Catalina Gonella

Articles by Catalina Gonella

The guard allegedly led the asylum-seeker to a locked office and forced him to perform oral sex.

Smoke is coming from Quebec, where more than 100 wildfires are still burning, affecting the city’s air quality.

The 56-year-old is accused of fleeing a traffic stop and recklessly driving his car through Midtown, leaving a path of destruction in his wake.

The 49-year-old is being held on unrelated federal drug charges and is waiting for arraignment.

On multiple occasions, the company prepared marinated chicken kebab skewers in a processing room inside N and M’s warehouse without federal inspection, officials say.

They delivered a strike notice to the hospital’s administrators almost two weeks ahead of time with the intention of giving them time to plan care for patients.

Yes, a lot more people were bit by sharks last year, but they're not out to get us, and their presence is actually good news.

The Staten Island Ferry slowdown continued for a second day.

The Department of Transportation tweeted Friday that boats would continue to run on an hourly schedule Friday, a significant slowdown form the normal rate of 15 to 20 minutes during rush hour.

222 Brooklyn Ave. was once the home of a murderer who led a notorious cult-like church out of the building.

Jamoure Harrell succumbed to his injuries on Monday, three days after being shot in a playground in an incident now deemed a homicide.

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