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Central Park Carousel reopens after 18 months
The iconic ride reopened Saturday at noon.
Teen fatally shot in the face, 24-year-old shot in thigh on Lower East Side
Police say the teenager was shot at the intersection of Delancey and Suffolk streets.
Evening and overnight storms
Sunday will be cool and windy.
UWS music school begins to offer in person lessons again
In person classes return at the Bloomingdale School of Music.
In The Papers: Virtual outage, and lawn of the dead
Rocco Vertuccio takes a look at what's In The Papers on this Saturday, October 16, 2021.
Weather Explained: Why do leaves change color
There are a few factors that go into a leaf's vibrant colors.
Most mountain locations are seeing peak color in NYS
Great color to be seen this weekend, but will the weather cooperate?
Getting to the core of apple flavors
Tasty bites can be altered by the weather.
New research gives interactive look at sea level rise
Before and after projections show grim consequences of sea level rise.
Largest comet ever seen will pass through our solar system
It's something humans have never seen before, but it'll take a while to get here.
Mr. Ranger gets Lower East Side tribute
Broadway Blueshirts look ahead to new season and honor a legend.
NYPD: Teen grazed by bullet while boarding MTA bus in Harlem
It happened just before 10 a.m. Thursday at the intersection of 139th Street and Lenox Avenue.
Teen sentenced to 9 years to life in murder of Barnard student Tessa Majors
One of the teenagers charged in the stabbing death of Barnard College student Tessa Majors was sentenced Thursday.
Thomas Jefferson statue in City Hall could soon be history
The city’s Public Design Commission will vote Monday on removing the Thomas Jefferson statue from City Council chambers.
Jesse Malin brings punk rock roots to new record
Singer/Songwriter Jesse Malin has a new double album out called "Sad and Beautiful World."
Teen struck in head by stray bullet released from hospital
Kyla Sobers was struck in a Boerum Hill park on Oct. 1.
NYPD: Woman suspected of starting fire outside Brooklyn yeshiva
Investigators say surveillance video shows a woman pouring gasoline outside the the Yeshiva of Flatbush and lighting it on fire Thursday night.
Brooklyn woman to write first official Garífuna cookbook
The one-of-a-kind cookbook titled “Weiga/Let’s Eat” is her life’s mission.
Off-duty NYPD officer charged with murder in alleged love triangle shooting in Brooklyn
The shooting Wednesday night in Bensonhurst left one woman dead and another injured.
Police respond to community fears after BB gun attack in Crown Heights
Police are trying to find the person responsible for shooting a man with a BB gun in Crown Heights.
Bronx teens march against violence after 13-year-old boy shot
Bronx teenagers, parents and anti-violence advocates marched in a show of solidarity against a spate of stabbing and shootings.
NYPD: Teen arrested in Bronx playground shooting
The shooting last week in Hunt's Point left another teen hurt.
Man faces kidnapping charges after attempted abduction of Bronx toddler
Investigators say the suspect grabbed the girl as she was walking with a relative Monday.
NYPD: Teen stabbed multiple times in stomach in school library in Bronx
The NYPD says a teenage student stabbed another student multiple times inside a Bronx high school library early Thursday afternoon.
NYC public libraries have eliminated late fees. Here's why.
The move makes New York's library system the largest in the country to eliminate fines.
Department of Correction reports 13th detainee death this year
A Department of Correction detainee died Friday, the department confirmed.
Is recent extreme flooding in NYC a sign of a climate crisis?
The climate crisis has led to two instances of extreme flooding in New York City in less than a decade.
Proposed legislation seeks to legalize basement apartments safely
At least 11 people were found dead in basement homes in the aftermath of torrential flooding from Ida.
COVID tragedy spurs Queens woman into action on immigration reform
For one Queens woman, the loss she suffered from COVID-19 fueled her desire to give back and help her community.
Democrats seek to flip Queens City Council seat, the last one held by a Republican outside of Staten Island
Felicia Singh and Joann Ariola face off in a Democrat-dominated district long represented by a Republican.
Long-time Staten Island charity honors late founder at annual golf outing
The Have a Heart Foundation's annual golf outing continues as the charity honored the man who started it all.
COVID-19 vaccine mandates get a big thumbs down from Staten Island Council candidates in NY1 debate
Errol Louis moderates a debate on NY1 with three candidates looking to succeed Steven Matteo in the 50th City Council District on Staten Island.
Staten Island gym creates a space for everyone to reach their full potential
Uniquely Fit is a program supported by LaRocca Fitness in Charleston, Staten Island.
GOP fighting to hang on to Staten Island council seat in heated race
There’s a three-way fight for the seat being vacated by Republican Minority Leader Steve Matteo.
Staten Island's competitive general election races, including for borough president, set it apart from the rest of NYC
Republican Vito Fossella seeks a return to politics, facing off against Democrat Mark Murphy and Conservative Party candidate Leticia Remauro.
- Michael Lee
DC air traffic disrupted after American Airlines flight stalls near runway
Emergency crews at Ronald Reagan National airport in Washington, D.C. are responding do a jet that has been stopped in the middle of the airport's main runway
- Kyle Morris
Robert Durst placed on ventilator after contracting COVID-19
Robert Durst, a convicted killer who tested positive for the coronavirus, is now on a ventilator, according to a report from Los Angeles' Fox 11.
- Michael Lee
Ranchers launch effort to build own meat plants to fight against low beef prices
Ranchers are fighting back against big meat processers, launching an effort to build their own plants
- Kyle Morris
Texas deputy killed, 2 others injured in 'ambush' attack
Three Harris County, Texas deputies who were shot in an "ambush attack" early Saturday morning that left one of them dead, have been identified.
Woman raped on train as bystanders did nothing, police say
A woman was raped by a stranger on a commuter train in suburban Philadelphia in the presence of other riders who a police official said “should have done something.”