A state lawmaker is proposing clearer, more uniform sex offender residency laws after NBC 4 New York's I-Team discovered a discrepancy in the rules about how close sex offenders can live to schools. Read More
A pair of Brooklyn landlords who renters have said intentionally sabotaged their rent-stabilized apartment to drive them out were arrested Thursday morning on fraud charges, authorities say. Read More
A restaurant directly across the street from the site of the deadly March 26 gas explosion in the East Village was evicted Monday after its landlord discovered illegal tampering with the gas line and meters there, NBC 4 New York's... Read More
Four men accused of plotting to send U.S. residents overseas to fight for the Islamic State group appeared in court together for the first time Wednesday to face federal terrorism charges. Read More
Prosecutors have charged a fourth man in a New York City terrorism case involving recruitment by the Islamic State. Read More
Initial evidence recovered from the part of the basement that survived the deadly East Village explosion that rocked the city last month, killing two people and injuring nearly two dozen, shows signs of physical tampering with the... Read More
Several New York public schools are struggling to achieve vaccination numbers necessary for herd immunity despite generally high immunization rates, according to data obtained by WNYC radio. Read More
An American citizen considered to be a significant al-Qaida operative was brought to New York City Thursday to stand trial on terror charges for allegedly conspiring to kill U.S. military personnel and civilians in various attacks... Read More
The NYPD detective seen on video apparently verbally abusing an Uber driver in a roadside tirade earlier this week apologized Friday for his actions, telling NBC 4 New York in an exclusive interview that his emotions got the better... Read More
Two women accused of plotting to plant bombs in the United States, one of whom allegedly called Osama bin Laden her hero and praised the World Trade Center attacks, were arrested on terror charges in Queens by the Joint Terrorism... Read More
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A construction worker is in critical condition after falling down an elevator shaft in midtown Manhattan Tuesday afternoon, fire officials say.
A judge has ordered the 12-person jury in the Etan Patz murder trial back to the deliberation room after the jurors, deliberating for their fifteenth day, sent him a note for the second time saying they could not agree on...
An email accidentally sent to a New York Times reporter revealed that Mayor de Blasio experienced a common frustration faced by many New Yorkers: a delayed subway train.
Macy's Inc. has named its new discount stores Macy's Backstage, and says the first four test stores will open this fall in New York City and the surrounding area.
As many as 200 people held an in absentia funeral Tuesday in Peshawar, Pakistan for two men killed in Garland, Texas, Sunday after they opened fire at a cartoon contest featuring provocative images of the Muslim Prophet Muhammad...
The retired New York City correction officer who fatally shot a man in a Brooklyn subway station in March won't be charged in man's death, the Brooklyn district attorney's office announced Monday.