Armed Robbers Target A Dozen Queens Stores

The NYPD is looking for two men they say are behind almost a dozen armed robberies in Queens. The most recent robbery happened Friday...

Exit Polls: Stringer Leads Spitzer In NYC Primary [9:10PM]

Polls have closed in New York City’s primary election, and interviews with voters show Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer is running ahead of ex-Gov....

Brooklyn: This Week’s B & Q Train Changes

The weekday changes to the B and Q lines continue this week, and each week through February 8, according to the MTA: Manhattan-Bound B Trains...

Scattered Showers and Thunderstorms Today

A weak low pressure over the mid-Atlantic region and an associated warm front will lift into the area today bringing scattered showers and thunderstorms....

Still Recovering From Sandy, NY Braces For Storm

Parts of the New York region still cleaning up from Superstorm Sandy are bracing for a winter storm that could blanket the Northeast with...

Brooklyn: Murder Rate Lowest Since 1960

Kings County District Attorney Charles J. Hynes today hailed the people of Brooklyn, the county’s elected officials and the New York Police Department for...

NYC: Mayoral Contender Bill De Blasio Slams Financial Firms Buying Up On Gun Stocks...

On the 3-month anniversary of the shootings in Newtown, Connecticut, Public Advocate Bill de Blasio challenged corporate investors and hedge funds that bought up...

NYPD Officer Shot During Struggle Makes Gun Arrest

A New York City police officer who survived a gunshot wound to the head arrested a man with a gun Tuesday just yards from...

Mayor’s Education Legacy An Issue In NYC Race

Mayor Michael Bloomberg has sought during his three terms to make the city's sprawling public school system a showcase for get-tough policies such as...

Pepper Spray Incident At Queens High School

At least a dozen students were medically evaluated Tuesday after pepper spray was released inside Jamaica High School in Queens, said fire officials. It is...

Muslims In Brooklyn Feel Backlash From Middle East Unrest

Some Muslims in Brooklyn are feeling a backlash from the unrest in the Middle East. The NYPD's Hate Crime Unit is investigating several incidents, including...

NYC:Showers & Thunderstorms Today, Threat of Rain Continues Through Thursday

Per consult with the National Weather Service: Warm and humid conditions will continue this week with a chance of showers through Thursday. Rain will be...

Utilities Discuss Sandy Challenges Before City Council

The City Council will try to get to the bottom of the power and communications issues that plagued the city during and after Hurricane...

Assemblywoman Rhoda Jacobs: Statement on Impending LICH Closure, the State of Brooklyn Hospitals

I am profoundly concerned about the devastating effects the closure of Long Island College Hospital (LICH)/University will have on the greater Brooklyn community, which...

Schumer Announces Major Security Improvement At The Statue Of Liberty

U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer released the following statement regarding the Department of Interior’s decision to change their security procedures to increase the safety...

Empire State Building Inches Closer To IPO

The company that controls New York's Empire State Building has garnered about three-quarters of the investor votes it needs to realize a plan to...

NYC Comptroller John Liu Says He’s Fed Up With Probe On Him

New York City Comptroller John Liu who’s running for mayor says he’s fed up with the three-year investigation into his campaign fund-raising. During a mayoral...

Suspect In Student’s Killing In Standoff With NYPD

New York City police officers are involved in a standoff with a suspect in the 2010 killing of a college student. NYPD spokesman Paul Browne...