The body of a missing 22-year-old college student visiting family in Jamaica was recovered from the Central Park Lake Wednesday after possibly taking his own life, according to the NYPD.
A trio of female filmmakers has come together to create a unique film, as they look to become leaders in an industry started by men.
Aereo, a technology startup company, is moving its Long Island City headquarters to Manhattan.
Police are looking to identify a suspect wanted in connection to seven jewelry store robberies across the city, including three in Queens. During each robbery, the suspect enters the store, armed with a handgun, and two to three additional suspects jump over the counter and take the jewelry, said cops. No injuries were reported during [...]
Cops are looking for a man wanted in a string of store robberies in Queens and Manhattan. During each incident, the suspect enters the business, simulates a firearm inside a black plastic bag and demands cash, according to police. The first robbery occurred on Tuesday, August 6, at approximately 7 p.m. at a Metro PCS, [...]
Police are looking for the suspects responsible for a string of robberies in Queens and Manhattan. The thieves, both males and females, have robbed a number of victims at gunpoint in the two boroughs at least eight separate times, authorities said. They usually work in pairs and have a pattern of approaching unsuspecting victims, displaying [...]
Starting Monday night, there will be service disruptions on the N, Q and R trains between the hours of 10 p.m. and 5 a.m for four consecutive weeknights, as part of the MTA’s Fastrack maintenance program: N trains run in Queens and Brooklyn only. Q trains run in Brooklyn and are rerouted via the D [...]
Authorities have arrested a man tied to a robbery spree where the suspects trick victims by telling them they have a flat tire, then steal property from inside their vehicles. Mario Gutierrez, 50 of College Point, has been charged with grand larceny for four out of 13 incidents that occurred in Queens. Two additional robberies [...]
Police have connected four recent grand larcenies throughout the city to 12 more that took place in Queens between August and February. During each incident, victims are approached by one of the three suspects who distracts the victims usually by informing them that their cars have a flat tire. When the victims go to inspect [...]
The lines have been drawn and they’re staying. New York City’s Districting Commission filed Monday, March 4 its final map to the City Clerk for approval. The final of three drafts had been submitted to the City Council on February 8, after which the legislature had three weeks to vote or the new districts would [...]