New York City officials said they shut down an illegal party of more than 200 people who were violating pandemic restrictions at a catering hall
The NYPD is searching for a man wanted in connection to the robberies of six Chinese-food delivery drivers in Queens over the last two months.
While most of us were bingeing Netflix or making a sourdough starter, a five-year-old from Queens has become a published author.
Critics of New York City's latest COVID crackdown protested Thursday, calling the measures unfair to the Jewish community.
New numbers show COVID-19 cases are improving.
An illegal rave was busted in Queens over the weekend.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo says the number of New Yorkers hospitalized with coronavirus is rising as authorities focus on limiting gatherings in COVID-19 hotspots.
New York City is using color coordinated systems to indicate where various coronavirus hot spots are in the city, but some are finding them confusing.
The Brooklyn Diocese and Jewish Orthodox leaders filed lawsuits against Gov. Andrew Cuomo over COVID-related closures.
A passenger flying with Southwest Airlines to Chicago has claimed that employees with the carrier made her cover up her outfit — after deeming her cleavage to be “lewd, obscene and offensive.”
The candidates for Congress in New York City's only swing district are slugging it out in campaign ads that direct much of their fury at a man who isn't on the ballot — Mayor Bill de Blasio.
While pre-COVID, the pantry served about 300 people weekly, now it's closer to 600.
The areas of New York where there are spikes of COVID-19 resulting in newly imposed restrictions have been color-coded by the governor's office on maps.
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.
Hundreds of New York City public and private schools were closed Tuesday in neighborhoods with flare-ups of coronavirus cases as city and state officials continued discussing the possibility of shuttering many businesses in those areas.
Three people were killed in a vehicle that lost control, flipped over and burst into flames in South Ozone Park, according to police.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Monday that all schools with the exception of religious schools will close Tuesday in coronavirus hots pots in New York City.
Business owners are holding out hope they can stay open despite rising coronavirus infections in their neighborhoods.
Many residents of New York City's Orthodox Jewish communities are reviving health measures they abandoned over the summer, such as social distancing and wearing masks.
Police are searching for a man wanted in connection to seven recent robberies and attempted robberies that took place in Queens.