New York City's 8.2 million people must have been in a good mood Monday. Police didn't receive a single shooting or stabbing complaint the whole day.
New York police said they're hesitant to classify the separate shooting deaths of three shopkeepers as serial killings even though the same weapon was used.
The New York Police Department said a pedestrian should not have been billed after he was struck by a patrol car.
A New York City nanny who allegedly killed two children in her care before attempting to commit suicide woke up in a hospital and asked about her own family.
A tiger in the Bronx Zoo's Wild Asia exhibit is not to blame for an attack Friday on a visitor who jumped into the enclosure, New York police said.
The social media site Twitter is being subpoenaed to reveal the identity of a poster who threatened a "Batman" style shooting massacre in New York, police said.
No bomb was found aboard a Delta flight headed for Spain on which wires protruding from drinking straws were found in a bathroom, New York police said.
New York City investigators searched the South Jersey home Wednesday of the man who has confessed to the 1979 killing of 6-year-old Etan Patz.
A Muslim group sued the New York Police Department Wednesday, asking a court to halt surveillance based on religion.
Police and FBI agents searched the basement of a New York apartment building for the remains of Etan Patz, a 6-year-old boy who went missing 33 years ago.