NEW YORK -- A group of local lawmakers are concerned over reports that the man accused of killing a restaurant delivery worker in Queens could be released on bail Monday.Glenn Hirsch, 51, is charged with stalking and murdering 45-year-old Zhiwen Yan in Forest Hills in April.READ MORE: NYPD: Glenn Hirsch charged with murder in deadly shooting of delivery worker Zhiwen YanLawmakers, including Congresswoman Grace Meng, say Hirsch poses a danger to the community and should not be released.The Queens District Attorney's Office says bail conditions include house arrest and electronic monitoring.
NEW YORK -- Sunday was the last day of early voting in New York.The Board of Elections estimates over 86,000 New Yorkers cast their ballots over the past nine days.In the race for governor, Andrew Giuliani, Rob Astorino, Harry Wilson and Congressman Lee Zeldin are facing off for the Republican nomination.On the Democratic side, Gov. Kathy Hochul is running against Congressman Tom Suozzi and Public Advocate Jumaane Williams.Web Extra: N.Y. Gov. Democratic Primary Debate | Republican Primary DebatePrimary Day is on Tuesday, and polls are open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.There is a second primary in August. CLICK HERE for our voter guide.
The unidentified man is an employee at a New York City store visited by the adviser to former President Donald Trump, police say. A man was taken into custody Sunday after he was alleged to have slapped former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani on his back, New York City police said.
DJ LeMahieu has the ultimate protection in the Yankees’ lineup, usually batting ahead of Aaron Judge.
LeMahieu’s game-tying home run in Sunday’s eighth inning set the stage for Judge’s latest accomplishment on his MVP résumé, a three-run blast to lift the Yankees to a 6-3 victory in 10 innings over the Astros in The Bronx.
LeMahieu’s seventh homer of the season came one inning after Giancarlo Stanton also had gone deep for the Yankees’ first hit in 16 innings since Friday night.
“The first little thing was Big G hitting the homer to get us our first hit. After that, business as usual....
Revelers attending the two biggest Pride parades in the nation were running panicked from perceived gunfire on Sunday - which police in both New York City and San Francisco said was a false alarm. With tensions at boiling point nationwide following Friday's repeal of Roe v Wade, and the angry...
The booming sound of fireworks sparked panic and fear at Washington Square Park on Sunday evening, sending parkgoers fleeing from the Manhattan green space.
The startling noise could be heard by hundreds who were enjoying the Greenwich Village Park in the sweltering heat at around 8:30 p.m., according to police sources.
Footage from the scene shows a massive exodus of people from the park after the blasts. Police sources confirmed that there were no shots fired.
The infamous downtown park, where marijuana is sold in plain view of police, was the location of a massive pro-choice rally on Friday.
One cop estimated there were 17,000 people in the crowd. Many were holding signs that said “Keep your laws off my body,” and “No uterus, no opinion,” while shouting chants like “My body, my choice.”
After the protest, the crowd marched up 6th Avenue. About two dozen people were arrested for blocking traffic at 42nd where they stopped and sat on the floor in defiance of cars attempting to drive.
Nearby, a protester appears to have broken a window and poured an unknown liquid on the floor at the Women’s National Republican Club on 51st street, photos show.
The Nets seemingly can’t get it together.
As Kyrie Irving’s time with the Nets continues to deteriorate, with the star Brooklyn guard giving his list of preferred destinations last week should the two sides not work out a contract, Durant is also reportedly distancing himself from the franchise at the moment.
Last Friday, Logan Murdock of The Ringer said on The Mismatch podcast that Durant hasn’t talked to the Nets in weeks.
“I don’t think Kevin is confident in the front office right now,” Murdock said. “I don’t know if he’s at the stage of leaving but there’s a big uneasiness from not...
Reggie Jackson shared an elevator the other day with Yankees fans, one of whom was telling his buddies how much he despised Jose Altuve.
“I hate that little sawed off SOB,” the gentleman proudly told his chums.
And that’s where Mr. October, now an Astros executive, entered the convo.
“He’s my favorite player,” Jackson told the fellow, before adding one comment. “You should be quiet.”
The fellow had one question for Reggie.
“You’re Reggie Jackson, aren’t you?”
“Yes, I am.”
And so, the guy took Reggie’s advice and shut up.
Now the rest of the Yankees faithful should follow suit.
It’s enough punishment already for Altuve regarding the Astros’...
Chicago and New York City linked up for an epic performance of Chance The Rapper and Joey Bada$$’ latest collaboration “The Highs & The Lows”. Dawning his classing baby blue 3 hat and a sweater to match, Chance relayed the struggles and hope so many go through on the daily. Brooklyn native Joey Bada$$ then joined him on stage to provide his passionate verse.
AEW makes it’s return to New York City at the Arthur Ash Stadium for AEW Dynamite and AEW Rampage GrandSlam events on September 21, 2022. The last time that AEW was in New York City saw former AEW World Champion Kenny Omega go to a 20 minute draw with Bryan Danielson in the opening bout of Dynamite.
After Tony Khan confirmed the show would return at some point this year, AEW officially announced their second-ever Grand Slam Dynamite & Rampage Sunday night. Their return to Arthur Ashe Stadium in Queens, New York, is set for Wednesday, September 21st for a live Dynamite with Rampage taped afterward. Tickets...
Count the New York Yankees as one of the many entities lined up to celebrate the late Jerry Garcia’s upcoming birthday. August 1 will mark what would have been the legendary artist’s 80th birthday and to celebrate, the Yankees are breaking out the bobbleheads. The first 1,000 fans to purchase a special event ticket for that night’s game against the Seattle Mariners will receive the collectible Garcia bobblehead figurine, adorned in a Yankees jersey, pinstripes and all. Portions of the ticket sales will also benefit the Grateful Dead’s longtime non-profit, Rex Foundation.
While gas prices remain a concern for many, there are those looking to get away somewhere for the summer. New York state has hundreds of miles of unique scenery, with plenty of forests, mountains, and state parks to visit here in the coming months. But is it really the best state for a road trip? The experts have weighed in, and this is what they found.
A young girl drowned in a backyard pool in Teaneck on Sunday. Responding police officers found the 7-year-old child at the bottom of the pool on Westervelt Place near Teaneck Road shortly after 6 p.m. They conducted CPR before escorting an ambulance to Holy Name Medical Center, where the girl...