The FDNY and NYPD released the identities of the nine adults and eight children who were killed in the Bronx apartment fire. The victims ranged in age from 2 to 50.
All 17 victims of the Bronx apartment fire were killed by smoke inhalation. Several residents remained in critical condition at local hospitals.
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.
For New York City Mayor Eric Adams, the fire in Fordham Heights that killed at least 17 people including eight children triggered memories of fire-related trauma he endured years ago.
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.
A scaled-back crowd will embrace the new year — and bid good riddance to another pandemic-marred 12 months — at the annual New Year's Eve celebration in Times Square.
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.
The list of COVID-induced closures, cancellations, and changes continues to grow in New York City. Apple has closed its locations in the city to in-store shopping.
The jury deliberating the fate of Ghislaine Maxwell at her sex trafficking trial requested a white board and different colored sticky notes Monday as it signaled that it had plenty of work to do after a long holiday weekend.
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.
21,027 New Yorkers have tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 24 hours, the highest number since January 14.
New York state's ethics commission has ordered former Gov. Andrew Cuomo to pay back the millions of dollars he is set to earn from his publishing deal for a book about his leadership during the pandemic. His lawyer calls the order "unconstitutional."
A homeless man was arrested in connection with setting fire to a Christmas tree display in midtown Manhattan outside the FOX News Channel, according to the NYPD.
Beginning Dec. 27, all private-sector employers in New York City must require that their employees be fully vaccinated for the coronavirus, announced Mayor Bill de Blasio.
The holly, jolly, best time of the year has gotten a light-filled launch. The towering Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center has been officially turned on.
Balloons, floats, marching bands, clowns, and performers — and, of course, Santa Claus — once again came to the streets of Manhattan as the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade was no longer confined to one block or sometimes pre-taped last year.
Mayor-elect Eric Adams promised Wednesday to be a practical and progressive mayor who will make the nation's largest city safer and more business-friendly.