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NEW YORK (AP) -- Between bridge and tunnel tolls, parking fees and the ever-present risk of getting a traffic ticket, it can already cost a mint to drive into Manhattan.
By PHILIP MARCELO, Associated Press
A man who numerous witnesses have said frequently waits outside or nearby Taylor Swift's Manhattan townhouse was arrested near her home for open warrants, admitting he was there to see the pop star, according to a law enforcement source familiar with the investigation.
John Miller and Celina Tebor, CNN
Four people are dead, including two children, and one person was critically injured in a stabbing in Far Rockaway, Queens, on Sunday morning, police said. Two police officers were injured responding to the home, where a fire also broke out, and the suspect is dead.
Naomi Eley, who plays trombone in the school's marching band, is one of the 185 members of the Great American Marching Band who will be marching in the parade Thursday.
Aaron Thomas, WRAL reporter
Protestors from 54 countries countries gathered in the streets to demand action against global warming ahead of a big climate summit and United Nations meetings in New York on Monday. WRAL climate change reporter Liz McLauglin has an inside look at the turnout, and the issues in the spotlight this week.
From New York to Alaska, Americans across the country paid their respects for those lost in the September 11 terror attacks.
NEW YORK -- Nothing is simple when it comes to Jon Batiste, a pianist, television personality, New Orleans musical scion and jazz-R&B-classical savant.
Ben Sisario, New York Times
In a dramatic scene, a construction crane atop a high-rise building in midtown Manhattan burst into flames and partially collapsed onto the street Wednesday morning, injuring 11 people, officials said.
Lola Fadulu and Amanda Holpuch, New York Times
Fashion's biggest night paid tribute to the late powerhouse Designer Karl Lagerfeld. The Met Gala is often called the Superbowl of fashion and celebrities and Hollywood's A-listers adorned the Red Carpet.
Caleb Simpson creates video tours of everyday people showing him their homes. His video content is like a mashup of MTV "Cribs" and "Humans of New York."
Mark Bergin, WRAL senior multiplatform producer
Caleb Simpson has 7.2 TikTok followers, 2.16 million YouTube subscribers, 1.3 million Instagram followers and 626,000 followers on Facebook as of April 25, 2023.
The search for New York City's first-ever "rat czar" has come to an end.
Sydney Kashiwagi, CNN
New York City officials unveiled three new high-tech policing devices Tuesday, including a robotic dog that critics called creepy when it first joined the police pack 2 1/2 years ago.
A sinkhole in the Bronx in New York City swallows a van on camera.
New York City marked the end of an era this week as the city's last public payphone was removed.
In the last two years, the New York City police department has solved 20 cold cases. New technology together with good old fashioned detective instincts can paint a remarkably vivid picture
Rockefeller center in New York City is known as a winter wonderland during the holidays, but now this December destination will also be a hot spot in the summer.
The NYPD has released more information about their search for subway shooting suspect Frank James.
Police are blocking off a New York street where they have found what they believe is a Uhaul van driven by the suspect in today's subway shooting.
NEW YORK -- For the past several weeks, Mayor Eric Adams has been exhorting businesses to get their employees back in the office, first making an appeal to conscience and then to cultural personality. Without a steady flow of commercial traffic, delis, restaurants, dry cleaners and all the remaining places that mix poke bowls while you wait on line will disappear, he has argued, endangering the livelihoods of hourly wage workers.
Ginia Bellafante, New York Times
After Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., said he could not support President Joe Biden's safety net bill, the Build Back Better Act, a leading House progressive, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, appeared on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" and took aim at the senator. PolitiFact checks her claim.
Louis Jacobson, PolitiFact reporter
The City Climb, an attraction opening Tuesday at 30 Hudson Yards, one of the city's tallest buildings. It gives thrill-seekers a unique perspective on New York that no observation deck could hope to match: No walls, no glass windows, no railings. Just skyline.
NEW YORK -- Brittany Brown and her friends were finishing an outdoor dinner in Chelsea recently when, from the corner of her eye, she thought she saw something move near the edge of their table.
Ed Shanahan, New York Times
NEW YORK — New York City took one of its most aggressive steps yet to increase vaccination rates in a city that was once the epicenter of the pandemic, requiring almost every member of the nation’s largest municipal workforce to get vaccinated by the end of the month or lose their paychecks.
Emma G. Fitzsimmons, Joseph Goldstein and Sharon Otterman, New York Times