According to the NYPD, Adnan Pelinkovic shot his mother, Minire Pelinkovic, 51 on Saturday evening inside of the family's home.
President Joe Biden approved major disaster declarations Monday greenlighting federal aid for people in six New Jersey counties and five New York counties affected by devastating flooding.
The Flagship Brewery Company on Staten Island has debuted an ale specifically brewed for the Tunnel to Towers Foundation.
New York City faced a deluge of flash flooding Wednesday night triggered by the remnants of Hurricane Ida — halting trains, shutting down an airport and stranding straphangers and shoppers in multiple areas.
Police were searching for two suspects wanted for shooting a teenage girl and a woman while they were inside a hair salon on Staten Island.
A group of New York City restaurants asked a judge this week to block the city's latest effort to curb the spread of the coronavirus, calling the city's mandate that customers show proof of vaccination "arbitrary, irrational, unscientific and unlawful."
A wood stork typically seen in tropical and subtropical regions migrated to New York City but died 10 days after it was first spotted on Staten Island.
Schools Chancellor Meisha Ross Porter is making a plea to all eligible students to get vaccinated as we learn of nearly 94,000 reported new pediatric COVID-19 cases across the country.
Police say officers shot and wounded a man who swung a metal pipe at them after behaving erratically and bolting from an ambulance on Staten Island.
Police in New York are investigating the murder of an elderly man found dead inside a Staten Island duplex with a disturbing message scrawled on his chest.
A boy drowned at a beach on Staten Island on Tuesday night. Police officers pulled him from the water and performed CPR but it was too late.
Hundreds of people's remains linger in a temporary morgue that was opened at the peak of New York City's battle with the coronavirus but is still operating over a year later.
A nearly stationary frontal boundary combined with a hot and humid air mass sparked some thunderstorms on Monday. A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for northeast New Jersey, most of southeast New York, and a small portion of southern Connecticut until 10 a.m. on Tuesday.
Police are hoping a video will help ID the person who attacked an MTA bus driver on Staten Island.
Staten Island University Hospital's Dr. Theodore Strange says COVID-19 cases are rising in neighborhoods along the south shore.
A temporary morgue that was set up in Brooklyn at the height of the city's coronavirus crisis in April 2020 is still in use today. About 200 bodies remain there.
Cops want to find the man seen firing two rounds in front of M & Z Deli in Graniteville on Apr. 22 at about 10:40 p.m.
In December, lawmakers in Washington finally passed a $16.1 billion relief package called the Shuttered Venue Operator Grant program, and help was on the way for theater owners across the country. Until it stalled.
Mayor Bill de Blasio's administration had hoped to vaccinate 5 million New Yorkers by June. But as of June 1, 4.3 million New Yorkers had been fully vaccinated.
New York City's eight public beaches will be open for swimming from Saturday, May 29, through Sunday, Sept. 12, 2021. Lifeguards will be on duty from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day.