NYC mayor: Schools won't open if COVID-19 rate over 3%
"We've fought so hard to come back from this disease. We're gonna be very cautious to not let there be a resurgence," Mayor Bill de Blasio said Friday.
De Blasio: 'Wrong time, wrong place' for NYPD arrest
Video of the arrest — showing several plainclothes officers at Second Avenue and East 25th Street grabbing and forcing a demonstrator into an unmarked minivan — provoked outrage from some.
Red Cross seeks volunteers to aid hurricane relief
Among those urged to apply for the new Hurricane Season Reserve Corps are health care workers and those who can help with emergency shelters and other tasks, officials say.
Victim of fatal Maine shark attack identified as NYC resident
Authorities in Maine said the woman killed in a rare shark attack off the state's coast was a 63-year-old resident of New York City.
Cuomo: LI improves enforcement of health laws
"They have been more rigorous…," Gov. Andrew Cuomo said, referring to both counties. Meanwhile, five staff members at a Dix Hills day camp tested positive for COVID-19, the director of the facility said.
Studies: 9/11 first responders at increasing risk of dementia
The Stony Brook University research found that workers who inhaled toxic dust at Ground Zero are at heightened vulnerability to developing dementia and other forms of memory loss.
Shea: Gunfire strategy runs into violent weekend
Despite new efforts to slow a surge in gun violence citywide, the weekend saw more shootings, including 10 homicides, police commissioner says.
Top photos from around LI, NYC from July 2020
From picturesque scenes of Long Island to the iconic sights of New York City, Newsday photographers capture images telling the ...
Cuomo to young New Yorkers: 'The virus can kill you' or you can spread it
He showed falling or stable week-over-week infection levels across all age groups, except those in ages 21 to 30, who went from 9.9% to 13.2% positives over the last two weeks.
Mike Francesa's WFAN timeline
Look back at Mike Francesa's career from his start in 1989 to his final regularly-scheduled show with WFAN.