90 Degree Temps in Store as Tri-State Sizzles

The tri-state is bracing for blazing summer-like heat and humidity to cap off the month of May as forecasters say Central Park will experience...

Number of NYC Flu Cases Higher Than in Past Years

New York City's hospital emergency rooms are seeing more cases of the flu than they have in the past few years. That's according to...

NYC Emergency Management Issues Travel Advisory For Tuesday Morning Commute

The New York City Office of Emergency Management today issued a Travel Advisory for Tuesday, February 17, 2015. The National Weather Service has issued...

NYC: Light Rain/Wintry Mix Expected Late Tonight Through Tomorrow Afternoon

SYNOPSIS The NYC area will experience a mix of rain, sleet, and snow before changing to rain by the Wednesday morning commute with temperatures remaining...

Report: Spike In Crime At NYC’s Large Parks

Crime was reportedly up in large parks across the city last year. Citing New York City Police Department figures, the Wall Street Journal says...

VIDEO: New Attack Ad Goes After Quinn’s Efforts To Save Village Hospital

For the second time this month, an independent group is using a television ad to attack Democratic mayoral candidate Christine Quinn. The 30-second ad...

NYC Firm Hit Hard On 9/11 Gives $10M In Sandy Aid

The New York City brokerage firm that lost 658 employees in the Sept. 11 terror attacks announced that it will “adopt” 19 schools in...

Visitors To Met Museum In NYC Sue Over ‘Deceptive’ Admission Fee

Visiting the venerable Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City can be a transformative experience for any art lover. And best of all,...

Sen. Smith, Five Others To Be Arraigned In Political Corruption Case

Amid a growing perception that corruption is a serious problem in New York, six politicians are up for arraignment in a case that alleges...

NYC’s New 911 System Crashes for 12 Minutes

The city's revamped 911 computer system crashed Wednesday afternoon, suddenly shutting down hundreds of screens and forcing phone operators to scribble emergencies on slips...

Setting For Chokehold Case: NYC’s Outsider Borough

Whether it's geography, demography, politics or a certain chip-on-the shoulder attitude, there are multiple degrees of separation between Staten Island and the rest of...

After Push from Assemblyman Goldfeder, DOT Approves Speed Bump on Mott Avenue in Bayswater

Far Rockaway, Queens—In response to Assemblyman Phillip Goldfeder’s (D-Far Rockaway) request for traffic calming devices on Mott Avenue, which at times becomes a dangerous...

Study: NYC Better Than LA At Cutting Kids’ Obesity

A new study shows New York City is doing better than Los Angeles in the battle against childhood obesity, at least for low-income children. From...

New York Hotel’s Plan To End Room Service Could Gain Following

Plans by one of the largest hotels in New York City to jettison room service could spur other hotels to scrap the luxury to...

Poll: New Yorkers ‘Embarrassed’ By Weiner, Spitzer

People may be inclined to vote for Anthony Wiener and Eliot Spitzer, but they want to do it behind the curtain. Sixt Eight percent...

Hikind Says Education Investment Tax Credits in Good Shape – Calls on Governor Cuomo...

As Albany continues to work toward a final New York State budget, Assemblyman Dov Hikind (D-Brooklyn) says that Education Investment Tax Credits—his keystone issue—are...

Bloomberg Urges Mayors To Press Congress On Guns

New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg wants the nation's mayors to pressure members of Congress to support President Barack Obama's gun violence proposals and take...