Officers lost the coyote’s trail near Grant’s Tomb in Riverside Park on Wednesday morning, but planned to do periodic patrols throughout the day.
A coyote in Riverside Park — located in New York City — is loose and authorities are trying to capture the wild animal. Police say the coyote was seen at about 5 a.m. Wednesday morning near the Hudson River between 96th and 79th streets at the park, CBS News reports. Show More Summary
New York City police are searching after receiving reports of a coyote on Manhattan's Upper West Side. Police say it was spotted around 5 a.m. Wednesday at Riverside Park along the Hudson River,... To view the full story, click the title link.
A coyote was spotted earlier this morning in Riverside Park, and he was wily enough to get away from the cops. [ more › ]
NYPD Emergency Service Unit officers stalked the critter through Riverside Park with a tranquilizer-dart rifle and catch-poles on Wednesday.
A volunteer at an Upper West Side after-school program was charged with raping a student, police said.
A worker at an Upper West Side after-school program was arrested Tuesday for allegedly luring a 14-year-old student to his home and raping her.
A controversial "poor door" hasn't deterred New Yorkers from applying for an affordable apartment at a new Upper West Side development. More than 88,000 people applied for a mere 55 low-priced units... To view the full story, click the title link.
The Upper West Side building that made "poor doors" a policy issue has been flooded with low-income New Yorkers trying to get inside. The developer claims that over 88,000 applications for the 55 affordable housing rental units have been received so far. [ more › ]
88,000 people applied for the 55 affordable rental units available at the Upper West Side "poor door" building. The condo features 219 luxury river-facing condos, and 55 street-facing units for those who earn 60 percent or less than the median income. Given the city's overpriced housing market and the overcrowding of... More »
This morning, Iona Costello and her 14-year-old daughter Emily were found wandering around New York City’s Upper West Side after disappearing nearly three weeks earlier in a manner that was ripped straight from the pages of the next Gillian Flynn novel. Read more...
The Long Island mother and daughter who haven't been seen since March 30th were found in good health in Manhattan today. WABC 7 reports, "Iona Costello and her 14-year-old daughter Emily Costello, of Southhold, were located on the Upper West Side sometime after 4 a.m. Monday. The two were in good condition, and are being interviewed by detectives." [ more › ]
Two penthouses bracketing the Upper West Side between Central and Riverside Parks that the publisher William Randolph Hearst once called home are on the market simultaneously.
A new sales team and an interior redesign is all that Naftali Group's new Upper West Side condo development needed to jump start sales. In stark contrast to its initial launch last year—when... To view the full story, click the title link.
A former state narcotics agent who accidentally shot two strangers after a boozy night out on the Upper West Side took a plea deal Wednesday and was sentenced to 100...
Low wage workers staged a die-in outside of an Upper West Side McDonald’s on Wednesday afternoon as part of the Fight For $15’s efforts in calling for wages of $15/hour and a union. Jackie Martinick, a die-in participant and a prep cook at a New York City Wendy’s, described the realities of living on a fast food paycheck. Show More Summary
The cab driver who struck and killed 9-year-old Cooper Stock as he crossed an Upper West Side street while holding his father's hand in 2014 has been issued a $580 fine by a Manhattan judge. He will not face any jail time for taking the boy's life. [ more › ]
A red-tailed hawk was found dead on an Upper West Side street Saturday.
Meet Roberto Cabrera, a real-estate broker from the Upper West Side, the winner of this year’s New York Times N.C.A.A. basketball pool.
In 1913, print magnate William Randolph Hearst bought the entirety of The Clarendon, a 13-story, 62-apartment building in Manhattan's Upper West Side for the (these days) painfully modest price of $950,000. One hundred years and some change later, the...