Truman Castillo, 32, was being questioned about an alleged sex crime involving a minor around 11:30 p.m. when he ran out the front door of the Brooklyn Special Victims Unit on Nevins Street.
Police said the suspect picked up four brass candlestick holders, valued at $3,000, and put them inside a light blue suitcase.
Several areas schools have delayed openings Wednesday, but New York City schools are scheduled to start on time.
A malfunction at a Con Ed substation in Queens created an arc flash of blue light that could be seen for miles.
Frank Valencia, 19, pleaded guilty to attempted aggravated murder of an officer and a weapons charge.
While many welcome the more-than-50-degree temperature swing, weather whiplash can come with some dangerous side effects.
Visiting hours were supposed to resume Monday, but were cancelled while authorities investigate a credible bomb threat.
Just before midnight Thursday, police responded to reports of gunshots near Myrtle Avenue and Harrison Street.
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Tri-State area residents woke up to extreme cold Thursday, with highs feeling like they were well below zero thanks to whipping winds.
Police are searching for Mohamed Saleh after he allegedly escaped custody overnight in Queens.
Con Edison said about 50 people were forced out of their apartments on what was a frigid Monday night and roughly 560 customers from at least two buildings were left in the dark.
A New York City Council committee is considering “panic buttons” for drivers of taxis, street hail liveries and for-hire vehicles. And another button — for passengers.
Nassau County police say 51-year-old John Joseph Finnegan Jr. engaged in sexual contact with a 10-year-old girl and inappropriate behavior with at least two other female students.
With temperatures in the teens and single digits, thousands of New York City Housing Authority residents have had to ride out this week’s bitter cold in their homes due to heating outages.
The mayor urged people to get their errands done Saturday during the day and get off the roads by 7 p.m.
A judge ruled that the restraining order blocking Manhattan congestion pricing on yellow cabs and for-hire vehicles will remain in effect until Jan. 31.