Police say that Simon Martial, 61, a reportedly homeless man with an extensive criminal history, randomly shoved Michelle Alyssa Go, 40, onto the tracks, where she was struck and killed by an oncoming train.
An investigation was underway Tuesday into the deadly apartment fire in the Bronx that killed 17people. This, as some residents were allowed back in to retrieve their belongings.
The death toll was expected to rise in the horrifying building fire in the Bronx that killed at least 17 people including nine children. More than a dozen people remained in critical condition as doctors raced Monday to try to save their lives.
A judge dismissed the only criminal charge filed against the Former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo in connection with the sexual harassment allegations that drove him from office. It took place during a virtual appearance on Friday afternoon.
Even as COVID cases rise, preparations continue in Times Square for the most famous New Year’s Eve celebration in the world. Now, there are calls to cancel the event as have officials in other major cities.
Ghislaine Maxwell’s family members expressed their belief in her innocence after she was found guilty of luring teenage girls to be sexually abused by Jeffrey Epstein.
Westchester County District Attorney Mimi Rocah said that while there was evidence to conclude the conduct the women described did occur, the office could not pursue criminal charges.
A COVID-19 vaccine mandate for all private employers is now in effect in New York City. Also, New Yorkers aged 12 and older are now required to show proof of two vaccine doses to enter most indoor venues.
The Hospital for Special Surgery is facing a lawsuit from comedian Trevor Noah after he said a surgery left him feeling “sick, sore lame and disabled.”
New Year's Eve is less than two weeks away and while the fate of the big celebration and the crowds in Times Square are still up in the air due to a surge in coronavirus cases, the preparations continue.
The Radio City Rockettes are canceling their entire 2021 season due to COVID-19 cases.
A former office worker for financier Jeffrey Epstein testified she did not witness misconduct by Ghislaine Maxwell while working closely with her for six years.
A Fordham University lecturer was fired after allegedly mixing up the names of two Black students in his class.
Police have accused Marcello Molinari of murdering his wife, Melissa, by stabbing her 20 times after finding out she had allegedly been involved in an extramarital affair.
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul issued an indoor mask mandate Friday for all public places that do not require proof of vaccination.
A U.S. Coast Guard helicopter crew braved poor visibility and frigid rapids to reach a car partly submerged in water near the brink of Niagara Falls, then lowered a rescue swimmer on a hoist who pulled out the driver trapped inside. The woman did not survive.
"We retained a respected law firm to conduct the review, and have terminated him, effective immediately," CNN said in a statement.
Firefighters in upstate New York rescued a man who had gotten trapped behind a wall inside the Landmark Theatre.
New York prosecutors conducting a criminal investigation into former President Donald Trump's business dealings have convened a new grand jury to hear evidence as the previous panel's term was set to run out.
The Supreme Court seems ready to strike down a restrictive New York gun permitting law. But the justices also seem worried that a broad ruling could threaten gun restrictions on subways, bars, stadiums and other gathering places.