All city workers, excluding uniformed correction officers, will be required to have at least one dose by 5 p.m. on Oct. 29.
David Leacraft is seeking $5 million from Canon U.S.A. Inc. claiming the company deceptively forces consumers to buy ink cartridges in order to scan documents.
Eric M. Smith, now 41, appeared for the 11th time before the Board of Parole on October 5 and was granted release as early as Nov. 17
Lev Parnas, a former associate of Rudy Guiliani, is facing trial with co-defendant Andrey Kukushkinand related to alleged campaign finance schemes.
The Columbus Day Parade was back on in New York City for the 77th year after it was canceled last year due to COVID. More than 100 different groups marched up Fifth Avenue from the 40s to the 70s in Manhattan.
A memorial mass will be held Monday for Maria Ambrocio. The 58-year-old oncology nurse died after she was shoved to the ground by a mugger on Friday.
An airline passenger whose behavior aboard a flight Saturday prompted an emergency landing and evacuation at LaGuardia Airport was released with no charges filed.
The NYPD released body camera video of police officers from New York's 75th precinct as they helped to save a one-year-old baby who had stopped breathing.
Sandra Lindsay, who works as an intensive care nurse, was the very first American to receive a COVID-19 vaccine in December 2020.
The NYPD is asking for the public's help finding the man who walked off with $800 from a church collection box.
According to a report, the firefighters shared racist messages and memes on their phones mocking George Floyd and Black people.
New York’s health department issued an order for all health care workers to be vaccinated by Sept. 27, and the state has a plan to fill the positions for those who don’t meet the requirement.
A stabbing started with a man complaining about the amount of sugar in his coffee at a Manhattan McDonald's.
A lawyer for Allen Weisselberg — Donald Trump's indicted corporate finance chief — said he has a "strong reason to believe" more indictments are coming in an ongoing probe of Trump's real estate empire.
"New York is itching to end this mosquito problem and we are going to provide the dollars so we can scratch that itch," Schumer said.
Three tourists from Texas were arrested after attacking a hostess at Carmine's on the Upper West Side, said the NYPD.
Wrong stop. A drone making a "delivery" for prisoners at a jail in Virginia erroneously dropped the package full of contraband in a neighboring schoolyard, according to police.
The city's Health Department is investigating what it calls a "cluster of COVID-19 cases" linked to the Electric Zoo music festival on Randall's Island.
Gabby Petito, who is originally from Long Island, has been missing for several weeks. Her dad, Joseph Petito, appeared on Fox News on Wednesday morning, becoming even more desperate in the search.
Judge David Hurd in Utica has temporarily blocked the state of New York from forcing medical workers to be vaccinated after a group of health care workers sued, saying their Constitutional rights were violated.