Possible landlord-tenant dispute leads to fire, damage in Canarsie, Brooklyn

Possible landlord-tenant dispute leads to fire, damage in Canarsie, Brooklyn

NEW YORK CITY (WABC) – A possible landlord-tenant dispute triggered a fire that injured a resident of a Canary, Brooklyn, home and a neighbor. A resident of the home on East 98th Street is believed to have set the fire just after 11:10 p.m. Thursday night and fled. A 32-year-old woman living there and a … Read more

Fire in Brooklyn: 6 firefighters injured, 12 became homeless in fire in an apartment in Williamsburg

WILLIAMSBURG, Brooklyn (WABC) – A fire with four alarms tore through a small apartment building in the Williamsburg part of Brooklyn, leaving a dozen people homeless on Thanksgiving. Heavy flames from the Devoe Street building lit up the night sky just after 11.15pm on Thursday. Firefighters arrived to find powerful fire on the top floor … Read more

Fire in Brooklyn: 6 firefighters injured, 12 became homeless in fire in an apartment in Williamsburg

WILLIAMSBURG, Brooklyn (WABC) – A fire with four alarms tore through a small apartment building in the Williamsburg part of Brooklyn, leaving a dozen people homeless on Thanksgiving. Heavy flames from the Devoe Street building lit up the night sky just after 11.15pm on Thursday. Firefighters arrived to find powerful fire on the top floor … Read more

The annual Thanksgiving breakfast in honor of families of fallen heroes returns to NYC

MIDTOWN, Manhattan – A warm-hearted tradition returned on Thanksgiving for the families of first-aiders who have died during their duty. The First Responder Children’s Foundation hosted its annual Thanksgiving Day Parade Breakfast at Bryant Park Grill. The event was canceled last year due to the pandemic. Families of fallen police officers and firefighters ate together … Read more

The annual Thanksgiving breakfast in honor of families of fallen heroes returns to NYC

MIDTOWN, Manhattan – A warm-hearted tradition returned on Thanksgiving for the families of first-aiders who have died during their duty. The First Responder Children’s Foundation hosted its annual Thanksgiving Day Parade Breakfast at Bryant Park Grill. The event was canceled last year due to the pandemic. Families of fallen police officers and firefighters ate together … Read more

NYPD chief Rodney Harrison retires at the end of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s term

NEW YORK CITY (WABC) – Rodney Harrison, a tough undercover officer who rose through the NYPD’s ranks from the cadet to Chief of Department, is retiring after the end of the de Blasio administration, the NYPD announced this morning. Harrison is a 30-year veteran of the New York City Police Department, whose career began in … Read more

New York natives and indigenous peoples focus on new exhibit at the National Museum of the American Indian

LOWER MANHATTAN (WABC) – The National Museum of the American Indian is located on the southern tip of Manhattan, an area that was once inhabited by the indigenous peoples of this region. So in a way, its latest long-running exhibition, “Native New York,” pays homage to the important past. The exhibition takes visitors on a … Read more

Warning graphics: Witness encounters shocking scene as car catches fire after Staten Island accident – Staten Island Advance

Warning Graphics: Witness encounters a shocking scene as the car catches fire after the Staten Island accidentStaten Island Advance Driver killed in burning accident on Staten IslandCBS New York Driver dies in violent accident after driving into Staten Island high school: police officersNew York Post ‘I just prayed all the time.’ The witness describes the … Read more

NYC Scaffolding: More than 540 miles of ‘eye-catching’ | 7 On your side examine

UPPER WEST SIDE, Manhattan (WABC) – The city is known as the Concrete Jungle. But it is also becoming known for the scaffolding that surrounds the concrete. If you lined up all the sidewalk sheds in town, they would stretch to more than 340 miles. No one knows it better than the parents on PS … Read more

NYC Scaffolding: More than 540 miles of ‘eye-catching’ | 7 On your side examine

UPPER WEST SIDE, Manhattan (WABC) – The city is known as the Concrete Jungle. But it is also becoming known for the scaffolding that surrounds the concrete. If you lined up all the sidewalk sheds in town, they would stretch to more than 340 miles. No one knows it better than the parents on PS … Read more