Williams says she will play the U.S. Open this year in pursuit of her 24th Grand Slam title.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Tuesday the U.S. Open tennis tournament will be held on its scheduled dates starting in late August — but without spectators — as part of the state's reopening from shutdowns caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Professional tennis tours have been suspended since March because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Artist Jorge Gerada is painting a massive mural on the ground in Flushing Meadows–Corona Park.
In Arizona, a burgeoning Asian American community fields xenophobic calls about a planned night market featuring Asian street foods. In New York, a dim sum restaurant owner worries he won't make rent. In the San Francisco Bay Area, a local Asian American-owned restaurant chain is mulling temporarily shuttering one of its properties because of the downturn in trade.
Thousands of miles away from the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak in China, businesses in Queens are feeling the economic impact as well.
The fear of the novel coronavirus appears to have affected business in Chinatown.
A piece of plywood from the facade of a building in Queens fell onto a pedestrian, killing her.
Carlos Beltran, the new manager of the NY Mets, reportedly resigned Thursday in a sign-stealing scandal.
The NYPD says at least five people, including three infants, were stabbed at an overnight day care center in Queens.
In a little more than three months, the 2018 U.S. Open will kick off celebrating its 50th anniversary. But it'll also be ushering in a new era when it opens the brand new Louis Armstrong Stadium. As workers put on the finishing touches, one detail is clearly evident: the retractable roof. So when there are rainy days in August, tennis will still be played.
When the Ganesh Temple was consecrated 40 years ago, it got a cold reception from its neighbors in Flushing, Queens.
The year is 1694, five years after the British passed the Toleration Act allowing some, but not all, religions that dissented from the Church of England to practice out in the open. That freedom was extended to include a small English colony in what is now Flushing, Queens. There, the Religious Society of Friends erected a meeting house.
At 6:16 a.m., an MTA bus with passengers on board was making a right turn when a charter tour bus registered to Dahlia tours, and driven by Raymond Mong, came barreling through the busy intersection, hitting the city bus with such force that it spun around facing the opposite direction. The impact also destroyed Kennedy Fried Chicken on the corner.
A pedestrian, a passenger, and the driver of a tour bus were killed in a collision with an MTA bus in Flushing, Queens, Monday morning, police said. The Daliah tour bus was traveling east on Northern Blvd. when it crashed into an MTA bus turning onto Northern Blvd. from Main St. at about 6:15 a.m., officials said. One bus also struck a building, sparking a fire. Firefighters got the fire under control a short time later.
This security camera video shows a Daliah tour bus, traveling east on Northern Blvd., crashing into an MTA bus that had just turned onto the boulevard from Main St. One bus also struck a building, sparking a fire. A pedestrian, a passenger and the driver of the tour bus were killed.
The collapse of a huge tree in Central Park raises questions about the health and safety of other large trees around the city. Fox 5 spoke to an expert about how you can tell if a tree in your neighborhood might be in trouble.
Finding something for the whole family to do this summer can be a little challenging. No problem -- Fox 5 has few ideas all in the same place in Queens: Flushing Meadows-Corona Park. The park is steeped in history. It was the site of two World's Fairs and also the first temporary headquarters of the United Nations.
A southern pudu fawn born at the Queens Zoo a few weeks ago is on display to visitors, the Wildlife Conservation Society announced. She was born April 29 and weight one pound, the WCS said. But pud...