Subway crime: NYPD arrest suspect in Queens subway turnstile robbery
The NYPD says they have arrested 61-year-old Rene Castellanos of Queens and charged him with grand larceny.
Serial shoe snatcher targets women on city streets
A serial shoe snatcher is stealing shoes off of women walking on the streets of New York City.
DEADLY FLOODING: Bodies pulled, others rescued in NYC, NJ storm waters
At least 13 people died in New York City, while at least 25 people died in New Jersey.
NYC flooding kills several residents of basement homes
The flooding from the remnants of Ida proved fatal for several New Yorkers living in a particularly vulnerable type of abode: the basement apartment.
NYPD: Woman punches, yells anti-Mexican slurs at victim in Queens
According to authorities, the victim, a 49-year-old woman was waiting for the bus on Woodhaven Boulevard when the suspect approached her, punched her in the head several times and made an anti-Mexican statement.
Mars Perseverance rover engineer credits Queens high school
Vishnu Sridharan grew up in Queens and went to Aviation High School. For the last three years, he has worked on the SuperCam for NASA's Perseverance rover.
Aggressive squirrels terrorizing Queens neighborhood
Highly aggressive squirrels are running amok in a neighborhood in Queens and have even attacked residents.
Truck carrying hundreds of propane tanks catches fire on LIE
A truck carrying propane tanks overturned and burst into flames on the Long Island Expressway on Tuesday morning.
Cuomo takes aim at houses of worship, mass gatherings in hot spots
Cuomo said the severity of shutdowns would vary by proximity to hot spots. The rules will take effect no later than Friday in parts of Brooklyn and Queens, sections of Orange and Rockland counties north of the city, and an area within Binghamton near the Pennsylvania border.
Parents in Queens push back against plans to diversify schools
Parents passionate about their children’s education packed a community education council meeting on Thursday in Jamaica, Queens for School District 28.
NYPD cops sickened in Queens
Several NYPD officers were taken to a hospital after being sickened inside a Queens apartment building Friday morning. Police received a noise complaint call around 2 a.m. After entering a fifth-floor apartment on Saunders Street and 63rd Drive in Rego Park, the officers were exposed to an unknown substance, according to Assistant Chief Juanita Holmes, the commander of Patrol Borough Queens North. The cops found a 39-year-old man under the influence of drugs. Holmes said the man was "irrational" and officers took him into custody.
Legionnaires' disease cases in Queens
More cases of Legionnaires' disease have been confirmed in New York City. Two Queens residents have the bacterial infection. The Health Department has been involved on multiple fronts, including going door to door to notify residents and hosting meetings.