Michelle Bocanegra

Articles by Michelle Bocanegra

Dr. James McDonald has been serving as New York state’s acting health commissioner since January.

"The NYPD always remains prepared to respond to events," a spokesman for Mayor Eric Adams said, after the former president urged supporters to protest after claiming his impending arrest.

The agency issued a request for proposals for the “beautification of the 191st Street Tunnel” — months after graffiti and public murals in the tunnels were plastered over with white paint.

A 16-year-old student was shot in East Harlem just a few hours after another teenager was shot near an Upper West Side high school.

Lashawn "Suga Ray" Marston, an artist and member of the Western QueensCommunity Land Trust, says he has not eaten since his strike began on Feb. 28.

Any proposal Adams presented will likely be part of budget negotiations in the lead-up to a final plan due in June.

Overall, the number of pedestrians fatally struck by cars is down this year compared to last.

Rep. Nydia Velázquez is introducing legislation to ban source of income discrimination and penalize property owners who deliberately keep units off the market.

Two men who died of drug overdoses after leaving Manhattan gay bars last spring died by homicide, according to findings from New York City’s chief medical examiner.

The City Council was poised to approve a slate of bills even as e-bike delivery drivers voiced concerns.

Former Miami Dolphins coach Brian Flores claims the Giants used discriminatory practices in interviewing him.

The rupture lasted about two days and caused widespread disruptions in the New Jersey city.

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