A fire broke out in a three-story building at 846 Hancock St. Thursday morning, the FDNY said.
A controversy over a local Redskins team and the death of a homeless man's dog made news in New York.
An early-morning fire destroyed a three-bedroom apartment on West 124th Street, officials said.
Man was shocked at approximately 1:35p.m. in Congregation Yetev Lev on Clymer Street, officials said.
The burning car blocked incoming traffic on the Ed Koch-Queensboro Bridge Thursday afternoon.
The fire broke out at 306 East 171st Street Tuesday afternoon.
Melisa Mendez died after her apartment building was engulfed by flames, family said.
Borough President Eric Adams honored firefighters and paramedics who saved the lives of three boys.
Two firefighters were hurt in a blaze at Grand Sichuan on West 46th Street Tuesday night, FDNY said.
The fire erupted at 1:02 a.m. on the second floor of 25-88 41st Street, an FDNY spokesman said.
The blaze broke out in the three-story building at 1188 Greene Ave., the FDNY said.
Eight people suffered minor injuries after a fire broke out at Independence Plaza North, the FDNY said.
Two people were hurt when a Lillian Wald Houses apartment caught fire, the FDNY said.
A school bus caught fire on Woodhaven Boulevard after finishing its route Thursday afternoon.
A fire broke out in the Trans-Manhattan Expressway, filling the tunnel with smoke, witnesses said.
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