Opponents of New York's same-sex marriage law say they're "grateful" that a state Supreme Court judge in the Finger Lakes region of the state has allowed their challenge to the law to go forward.
A group of Latino and African-American police fraternal organizations wants the Department of Justice to look into alleged racial disparities in how the NYPD disciplines new officers.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg said the several anti-Wall Street thousand protesters who marched over the Brooklyn Bridge Thursday didn't really represent Occupy Wall Street.
Anti-Wall Street protesters tried to reclaim their confiscated items from the Department of Sanitation on Wednesday, a day after 26 truckloads of sleeping bags, tents, books and other belongings were taken by police during an overnight sweep of Zuccotti Park.
Faster buses are coming to 34th Street that allow riders to pay before boarding and provides access at both rear and front doors as a way to reduce delays.
The New York City marathon that winds through all five boroughs on Sunday is one of the biggest moneymaking events of the year for the city and its businesses, according to Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
An Albany bill that would allow the city to establish on-street parking permits for neighborhood residents has won the support of the City Council's transportation committee.
The U.S. Department of the Interior and the Bloomberg administration have agreed to come up with a master plan to improve the more than 10,000 acres of Jamaica in southern Brooklyn and Queens.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg said dozens of firefighters went to Zuccotti Park Friday morning to remove fire hazards from the anti-Wall Street encampment in Lower Manhattan.
A new report commissioned by the National Resources Defense Council and Riverkeeper stated that there are alternative energy resources available to replace Indian Point should the Nuclear Regulatory Commission not renew the facility’s license.
Residents of Woodside and Sunnyside, Queens are being warned to watch out for a sexual predator who has been riding his bike up to women and grabbing them from behind before fleeing.
A group of Upper East Side residents rallied Sunday to show their opposition to a plan to raze a playground to make way for a new building based on deal made over 25 years ago.
More than 100 people based in Queens have been indicted in an international identify theft probe after authorities said they bilked customers out of $13 million over a 16-month period.
The nation's prosecutors should follow New York's example by sending more juvenile offenders to rehabilitation programs close to home instead of locking them up, a new report indicates.
Major banks that do business in New York City aren't living up to their obligations under the federal Community Reinvestment Act — especially in low- and moderate income areas, according to a new report.
State environmental regulators formally issued draft regulations on Wednesday for the controversial gas drilling technique known as fracking in the gas-rich Marcellus Shale region of southern New York.
Standing water at curbsides is harming the quality of life and economy of Chinatown, community leaders claimed Friday.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg continued to defend his proposal to allow taxi street hails in outer-boroughs and the sale of additional medallions — even as the legislation remains unsigned by Governor Andrew Cuomo.
A new school year means 7,000 yellow buses rolling through the streets each day, moving 160,000 students. It also means confusion about bus routes, especially during the first few weeks of school. Hear parents’ stories and find out how you can get help if you’re experiencing trouble on your bus route.
New York State's chief judge said the state should no longer try 16- and 17-year olds as adults in criminal courts if they are charged with less serious crimes.