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Mount Sinai blasted for canceling vaccine appointments, NYPD Chief of Department Terence Monahan retires to take COVID-19 role and Lady Gaga offers reward for stolen dogs.
Lindsey Boylan, former Cuomo aide, pens bombshell essay detailing allegations of sexual harassment. Brooklyn boy rushing to catch school bus fatally struck as it pulls away. Mayor de Blasio says update on reopening NYC high schools coming ‘in the next few weeks.'
Retired NYPD cop assaulted officer at U.S. Capitol, prosecutors say, Bobby Shmurda gets released from prison and police arrest suspect accused of trying to rape two women in the Bronx
NYC movie theaters get green light, U.S. COVID-19 death toll surpasses 500K and an artist is beaten by a panhandler.
N.Y. COVID-19 rate drops to lowest level in months, House expected to pass new stimulus this week and a woman shopping at Marshalls in the Bronx is a victim of a disgusting sex crime
An NYPD office is seen punching a pinned man in Lower Manhattan, two shocking hit-and-run aftermaths in New York City, a new call for impeachment, and new double-mask guidance in NYC.
More re-opening allowances in New York state, some political fallout with the governor, the state of COVID variants here, a snow storm and a celebrity speaking out against more anti-Asian hate-crimes, this time in Queens.
An exclusive interview with one of the A-train subway stabbing victims, a Queens family mourns, and Cuomo sets sights on pot delivery
Overnight subway closures to scale back to 2 a.m. to 4 a.m., a father and son killed in fire and a man's head is bashed in with a bike lock at Grand Central.
Mentally ill homeless man confesses to subway attacks, Nicki Minaj's father reportedly killed on Long Island and a driver crashes into an MTA bus.
NYPD horses get loose in Brooklyn, Cuomo set to meet with Biden and an NYC personal celebrity shopper swindles Kevin Hart out of $1M in credit card purchases.
N.Y. arenas get green light to open, CDC says 2 masks better than 1 and a Häagen-Dazs thief gets stuck on a ledge with 10 pints.
New York gets another increase in vaccine supplies, Trump's impeachment trial begins and the Mets shore up their depth.
Immunocompromised New Yorkers can sign up for vaccines starting Sunday, NYPD cops were allowed to keep jobs after remaining in car before woman's murder and NYC middle schools will reopen later this month.
NYC sees more snow, the Mets sign a center fielder and a robbery is stopped with a quick 911 call.
LIRR worker, whose father was Gambino hit man, slapped with overtime fraud and conspiracy charges, Trump team rejects testimony request and Cuomo and de Blasio spar over second dose usages.
Video shows a man accused of molesting an FDNY medical technician was actually having a seizure, a Manhattan animal shelter looks to find homes for animals during COVID outbreak and a mother of a son killed by a subway sues the MTA.
NYC digs out from biggest blizzard in 5 years, 6 people shot during storm and Cuomo says local governments can decide whether to vaccinate restaurant workers
A massive nor'easter wallops NYC, snow clearing subway trains get their day in the limelight and Cuomo defends himself against questions regarding his COVID response.
Worst blizzard in 5 years expected to hit NYC, a car crashes into a bus and an elderly woman and her son found dead in a luxury apartment.
An off-duty NYPD cop is charged with soliciting explicit videos from 46 minors and encouraging the children to hurt themselves. N.Y. undercounted nursing home COVID deaths and eldercare sites failed to follow safety protocols, A.G. James says. A Bronx anti-violence activist is charged with murder.
Cuomo to pitch NYC indoor dining plan, NYPD has made more than 400 gun arrests this year and City Council members say subway should run overnight.
An unemployed Harlem man shoots his mother over argument about his laziness, President Biden increases vaccine supply to states and de Blasio says schools will return to 'full strength' by September.
Cuomo eyes easing restrictions, NYC will fall short of vaccination goal and MTA pays tribute to workers lost to COVID-19.
Bandits strip an unmarked NYPD car for parts, U.S. surpasses 25M COVID-19 cases and the Yankees trade for Jameson Taillon.
Biden activates Defense Production Act to boost vaccines, a 'serial killer' handyman is busted for allegedly killing three elderly women in Brooklyn and Woody Johnson is set to return to Jets
Joe Biden is sworn in as the 46th president, Democrats gain control of the Senate and NYC cancels vaccine appointments.
Biden holds a vigil for 400K killed by coronavirus, feds say a U.S. soldier plotted an ISIS attack on NYC and NYC testing sites are running short of rapid COVID-19 tests.
A retired FDNY firefighter faces charges in Capitol riot, Cuomo says he'll stay in Albany during inauguration and an 8-year-old boy shoots himself in the Bronx.
N.Y. senators tout monetary help coming to the state, Biden set to reverse many Trump orders when he takes office and a man is shot and killed at a recording studio.