Off duty cop indicted in Brooklyn road rage shooting

The case marked the first time that the state attorney general prosecuted an officer for a shooting.

City combats Islamophobia with social media campaign

The city’s program will help promote equality.

New York student loan debt rising at rapid rate: Report

The student loan debt crisis is getting worse in the Big Apple.

City report shows progress among agencies

A drop in homicides, increase in graduation rates and other good news were part of the report.

Chelsea bombing injures 29

The city galvanizes following an explosion that injured 29 people.

Cops shoot cleaver wielding man near Penn Station

A tense situation in Midtown turned violent.

New York Public Library’s main reading room reopens in October

The landmark branch is ready to show off its makeover.

NYC’s Made in NY Writers Room to boost entertainment industry diversity

The city’s program aims to diversify writers’ rooms.

Brooklyn Pavilion Theater gets Hollywood makeover

The Brooklyn movie theater is getting the upgrade that people have been looking for.

Lower Manhattan economy rebounds past post-9/11 levels: Report

The borough’s hardest hit neighborhood from the attacks appears to be on the economic rebound.

‘Star Trek: Mission New York’ to celebrate show’s 50th anniversary

The sci-fi franchise has deep roots in the Big Apple.

Waldorf Astoria room reservations to end in 2017

The iconic Manhattan hotel’s days are numbered.

Oculus mall gets ready for anticipated debut

After years of work, the biggest shopping center for downtown Manhattan is ready for business.

‘New Brooklyn’ web comic series gives borough a starring role

A new comic book series explores the borough in a new light.

Lin-Manuel Miranda, Schumer fight online ticket bot scams

The Hamilton creator wants to even the playing field for theater goers.

Captain America statue makes Prospect Park debut

The Marvel superhero drew in huge crowds in Brooklyn.

High Line spurs jump in nearby home prices: StreetEasy

The West Side’s elevated greenspace created a halo effect around the neighborhood.

New York State Pavilion redesign contest winners revealed

The people have spoken and given their pics for the possible design of the Flushing Meadows structure.

Elmhurst Dairy to close after over 80 years of service

A nearly century old Queens staple is calling it quits after a rise in costs.

NYC groups head to Cleveland, Philly to give voice at conventions

Some of the city’s most active non-profits will be loud at both conventions to keep the candidates in check.