A wind-driven fire engulfed an apartment complex in Melville Saturday night, requiring assistance from at least 10 different departments. Photo Credit: Stringer News Service
A worker at a car wash was run over and killed Saturday morning by a driver who had come to clean his car, police said.
A 66-year-old bicyclist was struck and killed by a minivan that fled the scene, police said.
The MTA says it is getting results, especially when it comes to its on-time performance. Andrew Siff reports.
The NYPD is now leaving it up to drivers to report their own minor accidents on Staten Island. Drew Wilder reports.
An elementary school in Queens has partnered with the American Ballet Theater to teach students how to dance. Rana Novini reports.
A fire that appears to have started in an East Village bar tore through an apartment building on Monday. Wale Aliyu reports.
A man who was on trial for rape followed a woman onto a train and shot her and two others. Jonathan Dienst reports.
NYPD officials say mobile phone companies need to do more to help curb the black market for stolen cell phones.
The arrests and court appearances are ongoing following the university cheating and bribery scandal. Jonathan Dienst reports.
Police have arrested the driver who they say hit and killed a man walking on a crosswalk and then kept on going. Gaby Acevedo reports.
Babylon officials say they have busted four illegal massage parlors, including one that police say was offering prostitution services. Greg Cergol reports.
The NYPD’s Emerald Society has been rehearsing weekly ahead of the St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Gus Rosendale reports.
The recent college admissions scandal has sparked discussions about fairness on campuses. Adam Kuperstein reports.