So far, cops have made arrests in just four of the day’s nine murders, and in four of 22 other non-fatal shootings.
Flushing, your busway has arrived! The year-long pilot, debuting 6 a.m. on Tuesday, covers the northbound lanes of Main St. from Sanford Ave. to Northern … Continue reading
The man shoved to the tracks and a good Samaritan who tried to rescue him were saved.
Philip Smith, the beloved Brooklyn-born theater lover who climbed from movie usher to the chair of the Shubert Organization, the nation’s largest theater company, died … Continue reading
The nation’s biggest pro-gun group said it will restructure as a Texas nonprofit “to exit what it believes is a corrupt political and regulatory environment … Continue reading
The 11 men, including Gambino captain Andrew Campos, 51, operated a carpentry company called CWC Contracting Corp., through which they enriched themselves in cash payouts … Continue reading
“This is obviously troubling,” said Metropolitan Transportation Authority Safety & Security Officer Patrick Warren at a news conference about the 11:10 p.m. Thursday crash where … Continue reading
Shocking photos and video posted to Twitter showed the blue bus suspended over the Cross Bronx Expressway from an overpass just east of the Deegan … Continue reading
Covid surge plus protests equals good reason to stay home this weekend!
The blaze broke out just after 6:10 p.m. on the top floor of the building, on Montrose Ave. near Bushwick Ave. in East Williamsburg, and … Continue reading
Kymahli Lysius faces two robbery charges and two weapons possession charges in an indictment handed up Thursday in Manhattan Federal Court, officials said.
Eliseo DeLeon spent more than half of his life in prison for the Crown Heights robbery-gone-wrong killing of Fausto Cordero — and his confession in … Continue reading
Letitia James is expected to file a lawsuit against the NYPD today, demanding a federal monitor to oversee changes on how the department handles protests … Continue reading
At issue is the union’s request for a $1-an-hour pay raise and a 60-cent-an hour boost to fund their health care benefits at the same … Continue reading
Six of the 18 slots for Regional Manager in the Education Department’s Office of Students in Temporary Housing remain unfilled, advocates say.
Less than one-third of schools open for in-person learning offer five days a week of face-to-face classes for all their students — though almost all … Continue reading
2,500 rising Kindergarteners are offered slots to both citywide and district-based gifted programs each year based on their results on the exam.
A street redesign meant to ease the way for 11 MTA bus routes will stretch a half-mile along the northbound lanes of Main St. between … Continue reading
Police and federal officials descended on a home on 76th St. at Eliot Ave. in Middle Village on Tuesday night.
At a hearing in Manhattan criminal court, John Sheppard, 54, was charged with strangulation, assault, endangering the welfare of a child and unlawful imprisonment, and … Continue reading
The mayhem began about 11:45 p.m. Monday on the ninth floor of an apartment building on Webster Ave. near W. Gun Hill Road in Norwood.
Will Pepe, a laborer at Metro-North’s rail yard in Brewster, is due to appear in White Plains Federal Court on Wednesday morning, officials said. The … Continue reading
Acting Chief Yogananda Pittman announced the suspensions in a statement Wednesday. She replaces Steven Sund, who resigned following the agency’s disastrously anemic response to the … Continue reading
The young victim was walking with his brother along E. 86th St. near Second Ave., heading to a subway stop after leaving school nearby, when … Continue reading
Deputy Inspector James Kobel, 50, put in his papers Monday, after he was hit with a 30-day suspension without pay while the NYPD probes his … Continue reading
Bronx father-of-two Christopher Lewis, 53, was fatally stabbed just blocks from his Soundview home early Friday after an encounter with an unhinged man, cop sources … Continue reading
Paul Reed, 61, was arraigned from a hospital bed Monday where he is recovering from a gunshot wound he suffered on Jan. 6, when he … Continue reading
While massive outbreaks of coronavirus in the federal prison system have been documented, a handful of prisoners to have contracted the disease twice, a rare … Continue reading
The mother leaped off the 13-story building on W. 53rd St. near 11th Ave. in Hell’s Kitchen about 1:30 p.m., according to police.
Deputy Inspector James Kobel headed the NYPD’s Equal Employment Opportunity Division before a City Council investigation revealed in November he was allegedly posting under the … Continue reading
From the travel, tourism, hospitality and airline industries he influenced, condolenses poured in from around the globe for Gordon “Butch” Stewart, who died last Monday … Continue reading
Miya Ponsetto, 22, was flown back to New York early Saturday and marched into the 1st Precinct station house in Lower Manhattan.
“Sadly, one of the loudest voices fueling the anger, hatred, and violence that spilled out (Wednesday) is a graduate of our College, Rudolph Giuliani,” wrote … Continue reading
Police Officer Gloria Byrd was caught on surveillance camera, in uniform, tackling the younger female cop by the parking lot of the 25th Precinct station … Continue reading
The 2003 inductee of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists’ Hall of Fame was writing almost to the end.
Dylan Moreno, 16, was killed just seven blocks from home after losing control of the speeding sports car, with the vehicle ripped in half and … Continue reading
The riot by supporters of President Trump in the U.S. Capitol has emboldened Democrats to pursue new regulations of big tech companies they say have … Continue reading
Elaine Marie Carinci faces an internal review for making the threat against colleague Evan Gluck, the sources said. Carinci was upset because she has more … Continue reading
The man, believed to be in his 60s, barricaded himself inside a first-floor bathroom at the famed cancer treatment center at E. 67th St. at … Continue reading
Miya Ponsetto, 22, was arrested by the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department after a brief car chase on Thursday, sources said.
“After George Floyd was murdered, we passed a law to ban chokeholds and kneeling directly on people’s necks,” de Blasio tweeted Thursday. “I’ve seen the … Continue reading
Paul Reed, 61, and an accomplice were arrested after the Wednesday night confrontation in Brownsville.
Many city teachers realized they’d need to restructure their lesson plans to help students deal with the fallout.
The rioter shot and killed inside of the U.S. Capitol has been identified as an Air Force veteran from California.
Cops approached a van at the corner of Georgia Ave. and Pitkin Ave. about 8:50 p.m.
The 74-year-old priest, who serves at Our Lady of Mount Carmel on E. 18th St. in Belmont, was attacked at about 10:10 a.m. at the … Continue reading
First Lady Melania Trump’s chief of staff reportedly quit Wednesday in outrage over the riots at the U.S. Capitol.
Democrats also called for Pence to make the unprecedented move.
The blaze broke out just after 7 p.m., at a six-story building on Post Ave. near W. 204th St. It was still raging after 9:30 … Continue reading
David S. Mack, a real estate developer from Long Island, used his influence as a board member of affiliates of the MorseLife system of long-term … Continue reading
Khari Covington, 29, was busted Tuesday night, linked to at least five hate-crime attacks on women at the Morgan Ave. L train station in Bushwick … Continue reading
Talented young athlete Robert Williams was gunned down outside a notorious Queens hotel barely an hour after midnight on Jan. 1.
The corpse was floating in the water off the Canarsie Pier, near Canarsie Veterans Circle, just after 3:50 p.m., police said.
Dayquan DuBose, 22, was charged Monday with murder, assault, child endangerment and weapon possession in the Sunday night bloodbath on Putnam Ave. in Bedford-Stuyvesant.
The unusual sit-down between the country’s former top law enforcement official and Epstein’s last cellmate, a cooperator who confessed to participating in a drug ring … Continue reading
Dayquan Dubose, 22, started attacking family members inside their first-floor Putnam Ave. apartment, near Nostrand Aver. in Bedford-Stuyvesant, at about 6 p.m., police sources said.
Reinaldo Vega, 65, was standing on a Kips Bay street corner about 10:30 a.m. Dec. 10, selling loose cigarettes, when he got into an argument … Continue reading
Raistlin Ruther, 18, of Riverhead, took his blue kayak out from Jamesport about 8 a.m. Saturday and never returned, Coast Guard officials said.
Monica Goods was killed in the upstate town of Ulster after troopers stopped her father’s SUV for speeding on Dec. 22. State police said the … Continue reading
Bryan Thompson started his alleged rampage at the Canal St. and Varick St. subway station, slugging two men, ages 56 and 18, and a 39-year-old … Continue reading
Haiti-rooted Japanese professional tennis player Naomi Osaka was named Associated Press Female Athlete of the Year for 2020 — for overall stellar play, capturing her … Continue reading
The Daily News asked some city leaders, a cross section of big thinkers and big doers for some ideas that could help pull New York … Continue reading
Accused attacker Edward Guerrero, 28, faces misdemeanor assault and criminal mischief charges in the incident around 12:20 p.m. Friday on the Grand Concourse in Fordham … Continue reading
Nakeydra Kirkland was lying in bed on New Year’s Eve, counting down the moments to her birthday, when a stray bullet flew through her window … Continue reading
Tyshawn Vance, 21, charged in a state Supreme Court lawsuit filed Monday that he was thrown to the street after being pulled over on Aug. … Continue reading
The EMS crew was driving south on Marcus Garvey Blvd. near Quincy St. in Bedford-Stuyvesant just before 6 p.m. Friday, when the object punched a … Continue reading
Firefighters and police found the 34-year-old woman around 2:25 p.m. in a chute near the third floor of the Silver Lake Apartments on Victory Blvd., … Continue reading
The victims — Thelma Reid, 60, and Donovan Gibbon, 57 — were in a blue Nissan Rogue rolling past Rockaway Freeway and Ocean Crest Blvd. … Continue reading
Glenn Kurtzrock, who resigned from the Suffolk DA’s office in 2017, was stripped of his license for two years by the five-judge grievance panel overseeing … Continue reading
The troopers were responding to a domestic violence call on Yubadam Road in Portville — a western New York town just a few miles north … Continue reading
Sean Vance, 26, was sitting in a blue BMW sedan on Suthpin Blvd. at Linden Blvd. in Jamaica just before 7:30 p.m., when a gunman … Continue reading
Miya Ponsetto, 22, iof Sun Valley — and a former cheerleader at Simi Valley High School —has been named as the woman in an attack … Continue reading
Video released by the NYPD shows the bandit toting a long gun, standing next to an accomplice, the night of the Dec. 16 robbery. Moments … Continue reading
Deputy Chief Charles Scholl, who had more seniority than any other active-duty cop on the force, walked out of Coney Island’s 60th Precinct stationhouse and … Continue reading
A Bronx man who stole drugs paid for them with his life, according to a neighbor in the building where the killing occurred.
A Southern California woman has been charged with murder in the deaths of two boys she allegedly ran over in the fall, the Los Angeles … Continue reading
Police found Demetrius Riggins, 34, shot in the leg and chest on Lexington Ave. at Nostrand Ave. in Bedford-Stuyvesant, outside the Louis Armstrong Houses, at … Continue reading