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3 Injured, 1 Critically, in Upper East Side Blaze, FDNY Says

More than 100 firefighters battled a blaze on East 78th Street, the FDNY said.

Washington Heights »

Police Investigating Death of 5-Month-Old Boy in Washington Heights

The child was found unconscious in his West 180th Street apartment, the NYPD said.

Upper East Side »

Golf Coach Fatally Struck by Uber Driver on Upper East Side

Wesley Mensing, 27, a golf coach in New Jersey, was killed while crossing East 62nd Street, police said.

Washington Heights »

Uptown Hospital Plans to Double ER Size to Alleviate Long Wait Times

New York-Presbyterian Hospital says it is making changes after complaints of long wait times.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Friends of Playwright Killed in Fire Raise Over $42K for Surviving Husband

Michael Cohen, Daniel McClung's husband, was still recovering in the hospital as of Tuesday.

Inwood »

Man Shot in Torso in Second Inwood Assault Thursday Morning, Police Say

A man was shot in the torso near Academy Street and Vermilyea Avenue, the NYPD said.

Washington Heights »

Former Mayor David Dinkins Hospitalized for Pneumonia

David Dinkins, 86, is expected to make a full recovery.

Upper East Side »

Man Found Unconscious on Madison Avenue, Cops Say

Police are looking for help determining the man's identity, police said.

New York City »

Ed Koch Moved to Intensive Care

Former Mayor Ed Koch has been moved into intensive care, his spokesman said.

New York City »

Hillary Clinton Released From Hospital After Blood Clot Scare

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was discharged from the hospital Wednesday evening.

New York City »

Legendary Cosmo Editor Helen Gurley Brown Dies at 90

Legendary Cosmo editor Helen Gurley Brown died at 90 on Monday, Hearst announced.

Upper East Side »

Real-Life 'Grey's Anatomy' Stars New York-Presbyterian Hospital Staff

New York-Presbyterian's daily dramas are part of an ABC News documentary series debuting July 10.

Upper East Side »

For Underserved Communities, Faith-Based Health Lessons

A new program at New York-Presbyterian Hospital uses scripture to help teach about heart disease.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Edgecombe Avenue Shooting Leaves One Dead, One Critical

One man was killed and another wounded in a shooting on Edgecombe Avenue on Dec. 17, 2011.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Nurses Might Strike at Major City Hospitals

Thousands of nurses at some of the city's major hospitals might stage strikes this holiday season.