Manhattan: 3 Companies First Tenants At Hudson Yards

Manhattan's Hudson Yards project has its first major tenants. Luxury retailer Coach, beauty company L'Oreal USA and the software company SAP will occupy the first...

NYPD Sort Through Alibis In Brooklyn Mezuzah Torchings

Police in Brooklyn have the man they were searching for in custody in connection with a Williamsburg hate crime investigation, but they say a...

Cyclist Received Bill For Damage To NYPD Car That Ran Into Him

The New York Post reports, however, that Justin Johnsen, a 31-year-old cyclist from Brooklyn, was billed $1,263.01 for a November accident in which a...

Williamsburg: Van Strikes, Injures Pedestrian On Sidewalk

Two people were injured Wednesday morning after a vehicle wound up on a sidewalk near a busy Brooklyn intersection. It happened around 11:00AM at Bedford...

Williamsburg: Elected Officials Congratulate NYPD Of Arrest Of Ruben Ublies

Following news that the person-of-interest in the mezuzah burning case, 35-year-old Ruben Ublies, has been apprehended, Speaker Christine Quinn, Council Member Stephen Levin and...

NYC: Peter Vallone Jr. Proposes Crackdown On Costumed Characters

New York City Councilman Peter Vallone Jr. introduced legislation Tuesday that would either ban or introduce tight regulations on costumed characters in New York...

Greenfield Grills MTA Over Raising Bridge and Tunnel Tolls and Poor Quality of F...

In light of the recent fare and toll increases instituted by the MTA on buses, subways, bridges and tunnels, Councilman David G. Greenfield questioned...

NYC: April Showers To Drop Temps

Showers and thunderstorms are expected to move through the tri-state area later Wednesday, bringing a cold front that will revert temperatures to the brisk...

Suspect In Mezuzah Torchings Arrested

10:40AM EST: Highly credible sources tell YWN that Rubin Ublies, the man suspected in torching more than 12 Mezuzos in Williamsburg, has just been taken into custody. Authorities...

Disgraced Weiner Confirms Possible Mayoral Run In New Interview

Former U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner, who resigned over a scandal in 2011, says he's weighing a run for New York City mayor this year. The...

Group Loses Bid To Block Facility Near LaGuardia Airport

Opponents of a waste-transfer facility near LaGuardia Airport have lost their bid to block the facility from being built. Friends of LaGuardia Airport say the...

Williamsburg: Suspect Wanted In Mezuzah Torchings Has Extensive Criminal History

Police are searching for a 35-year-old man in connection with the burnings of a dozen mezuzahs, Hebrew-inscribed parchments affixed to doorways of Jewish homes,...

NY: Indictment Against Ex-Assemblyman To Be Unsealed

The Bronx district attorney is scheduled to unseal an indictment against a former state assemblyman and an attorney says it is part of a...

Attorney: Corruption Probes Could Taint NY Jury

The lawyer for a mayoral candidate's former campaign treasurer says a rash of arrests in political corruption cases makes it likely that prospective jurors...

NYC To Pay Occupy Wall Protesters For Damaged Property

New York City has agreed to pay Occupy Wall Street protesters more than $100,000 for property damaged or lost when police cleared out their...

NYC Council: Change Plan For New Apts. In Housing

New York City lawmakers are pressing housing officials to set aside more affordable apartments if they follow through with an unusual plan to lease...

Williamsburg: Suspect’s Picture Released In Torched Mezuzahs

The NYPD has released a photo of a person of interest in the Williamsburg Hate Crimes. He's described as about 20 to 25 years...

Trial Of Bin Laden’s Son-In-Law Set For January In New York City

A federal trial for a son-in-law of Osama bin Laden accused of conspiring to kill Americans will begin in January in Manhattan, a judge...