A 64-year-old man was pushed onto the subway tracks in Manhattan as he tried to break up a fight between two others on Saturday, police said. The incident happened about 2:40 p.m. on the northbound 6 train platform at 125th Street, cops said. The victim, who was not hit by a train, was taken to Harlem Hospital with a cut to his leg. Police said a man had been taken into custody and charges were pending.
A Villager has been sentenced in connection with an incident involving a juvenile girl in a golf cart near a children’s park at Lake Sumter Landing. Joseph Sal Perrette, 62, of Village of Osceola Hills, was placed on probation for one year after pleading no contest to a charge of battery last week in Sumter County Court.
Moment gang of hammer-wielding robbers wearing ski masks smash their way into LA jewelry store before making off in getaway car
A bystander caught the moment 11 thugs smashed their way into a Los Angeles-area jewelry store and made off with handfuls of loot. According to a statement from the Manhattan Beach Police Department, the robbery took place around 7:00 pm at Pasha Fine Jewelry on Manhattan Beach Boulevard in wealthy, laid back beach community on the outskirts of Los Angeles.
NEW YORK -- New York City continues to do what it can to get guns off the streets.A gun buyback event was held Saturday afternoon at the Soul Saving Station Church in Harlem. It was hosted by the Manhattan District Attorney's Office, the NYPD and a nonprofit.The nonprofit said this was their most successful buyback event after collecting 76 weapons."There's everything from rifles to pistols to shotguns, but I mean, even the stuff that's replicas, any of it would be something that you wouldn't want to meet in the dark alley at night," an NYPD official said."We're taking our community, working together to keep us safe, not just for this summer, but beyond," Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg said. Residents were allowed to turn in up to five weapons in exchange for pre-paid gift cards from $50 to $500, depending on the type of gun.
Here's video of an armed robbery going down in broad daylight in an affluent Southern California beach town ... with thieves pulling off a smash-and-grab in front of shocked bystanders. As you can see, nearly a dozen people in ski masks are cleaning out a jewelry store ... then they...
NEW YORK (PIX11) — High school student Kyara Villa, 15, went missing on Thursday, not long after she took a Regents exam at The High School of Fashion Industries in Manhattan. “I don’t know how to start this but my heart is broken and I am in disbelief,” the girl’s mother, Crystal Espaillat, wrote on […]
One of the former owners of New York's Studio 54 has revealed he's planning to end his own life in July. Mark Fleischman owned the iconic Manhattan club, but has been dealing with a mysterious illness since 2016. Now 82, Fleischman tells the New York Post that he's choosing to "end the party."
'Seinfeld' and 'Friends' had a lot in common. Both shows were set in New York City, and that's how an episode of 'Friends' created a 'Seinfeld plot hole.
When NYC Pride Parade kicks off on Sunday, it will be a contingent from Planned Parenthood leading the way. NYC Pride is set to host its first in-person Pride Parade since 2019 as thousands of attendees are ready to take to the streets of lower Manhattan with the Roe v. Wade decision fueling the fight for human rights and amplifying the message at this year’s event. The march, which first started in 1970, will begin at noon at West 25th Street and Fifth Avenue continuing to 8th Avenue. NYC Pride announced Planned Parenthood will be the first contingent to march in the parade...
Arch Companies is pleased to announce 100% of units have been sold at 550 Metropolitan Avenue. The property is a newly constructed boutique luxury residential condominium development in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The project team included Arch Companies as the developer, Charisse Chassen of SERHANT as the sales agent, AB Architekten as architect, and Veronica Mishaan served as interior architect and designer.
It’s hard to understand why New York sees its summer as the low season. The rich may vanish to the Hamptons, but for the rest who stay to soak up the sun in its parks and waterfront, there’s a real sense of joie de vivre in the city.
MANHATTAN, KS. (KSNT)- Trevor Hudgins is getting an opportunity to do what he has dreamt of doing since he was 5-years old: Play basketball in the NBA. The Manhattan, Kansas native signed a two-way deal with the Houston Rockets Thursday night after going undrafted. “I’m very blessed,” Hudgins said. He tells 27 News he knew […]
Spending two days in New York? The Big Apple is truly a one-of-a-kind destination, and that’s why I’ve put together the perfect 2-day NYC itinerary. Believe me, it’s incredibly easy to head out into the big city with aspirations of doing and seeing it all. And having those great expectations are a wonderful starting point for the perfect 2 day New York trip.