Two young children were found trapped inside a hot car parked in the Bronx, banging on the windows as they sat in the sweltering heat, police say. Police say an officer was driving on Barnes Avenue in Morris Park when he noticed someone hitting a car...
A German shepherd and 22 puppies are adjusting to life outside of an SUV after they were rescued this week in the Bronx. The dogs were found living in a Mercedes belonging to a veteran who is believed to be mentally ill. The woman was living in the car with the dogs.
A boy was seriously hurt after tumbling out of a second-floor window in Jersey City Friday evening, police and witnesses say. The child fell out while playing near the window of his home on Rose Avenue, according to a witness. He landed on his knee and also hit his head on the ground, the witness said.
A 27-year-old man has been charged with attempted rape after authorities said someone broke into an 8-year-old East Harlem girl's room and tried to sexually assault her. Juan Barreto, 27, is also facing charges of burglary and child endangerment in the July 7 attack.
A group of kids living in New York City public housing are getting free swim lessons, thanks to a program started by the organization that wants to build a public pool on the East River. Plus Pool is providing swim lessons with the help of New York City Housing Authority and Convent of the Sacred Heart.
About 300 people took to the streets of New York City to protest the recent police shootings in Louisiana and Minnesota, just one day after five police officers were killed and seven others wounded during a protest in Dallas. The protesters gathered in Manhattan's Union Square Friday night and chanted "hands up, don't shoot" and "no justice no peace."
The NYPD said it's monitoring a deadly sniper ambush on police officers in Dallas, an attack that came as thousands in New York City and across the U.S. protested a pair of fatal police shootings of black men this week.
Officials are investigating the horses of the so-called Outerbridge Cowboy who caused a traffic jam while trotting across a New York City bridge Monday. Doc Mishler, 80, of Ulster County, caused a traffic jam on the Outerbridge Crossing when he rode a horse across the bridge with another, unmounted horse, part of an effort to raise awareness about childhood hunger.
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