High pressure will dominate the weather for one more day before moving offshore into the Atlantic Ocean. We can expect mostly sunny skies this afternoon with temperatures that will be above average. The high will be 62 in the city and low to mid-60s in the suburbs.
Many New Yorkers are sounding off about congestion pricing - saying it will make a dent in their wallets that they simply can’t afford.
One group of people who will feel the effects - are those living with disabilities.
Several families attended a menorah lighting ceremony in Roslyn Heights as they continued their calls to bring the hostages home.
A burglary crew is after prescription pills across, netting them big bucks in the Big Apple.
The suspects are accused of hitting at least twenty locations spanning three boroughs and five months.
On NY SportsNation Nightly, Figgy and Moose discussed the impact newly acquired Juan Soto will have on the Yankees.
Watch the video player for the full story and be sure to tune in to NY SportsNation Nightly weeknights at 7 p.m. on PIX11.
Thursday had a little taste of winter with some flurries falling across the region and temperatures failing to get out of the 30s.
Milder air returns for the next few days, but a potent storm comes in on Sunday, bringing heavy downpours and strong winds at night.
When word came down last night that the Yankees had finally acquired star outfielder Juan Soto from the San Diego Padres, the Yankees got back to being themselves.
Talent matters. Stars matter. Impact players matter.
It has been celebrated for more than 2,000 years, but now, with a war underway between Israel and Hamas; and with hate crimes on the rise, Hanukkah has a different feel for many people.
Fresh off a feisty fourth Republican Presidential Primary debate, former President Donald Trump made his first public appearance in a Manhattan courtroom.
He was not on the stage Tuesday, but the former President and his potential baggage loomed large as he stayed away to avoid the fray.
Small businesses make neighborhoods in the city feel like home, but many local shop owners are facing uncertain futures as new development moves in.
Lisa Combatti never wanted the violent events of Dec. 7, 1993, to define her life, so she sometimes—defiantly—took the 5:33 p.m. train from Penn Station on the anniversary of a gunman's attack that nearly killed her and her unborn child.
Monica Morales speaks with New York State Assembly Member Khaleel Anderson about SNAP benefit skimming scams impacting thousands of New Yorkers. Then, she is joined by the Deputy Director of Business Services and Special Events for the Greater Jamaica Development Corporation (GJDC) to discuss a new program that allows small businesses in southeast Queens to apply for grants.
One person was killed and another was critically injured after a driver allegedly beat them during an argument Thursday morning, according to the NYPD.