Login for Bowdoin-only view | ?
NY Daily News
RSS Feed of NYDN stories.
Updated: 9 min 53 sec ago
A bulky cement truck drove off the side of the Hollywood Hills Tuesday afternoon. The unidentified driver managed to free himself from the wreckage before firefighters arrived. Authorities received a 911 call about the crash near 1845 North Crescent Heights Blvd. at 12:55 p.m.
FIGHT like a Brooklynite, sting like a Beep. Borough President Eric Adams pulled on gloves and joined boxing champ Paulie “Magic Man” Malignaggi and chef Dmitri Verteouris at Gleason’ Gym to fight childhood obesity.
The Bronx Bombers whipped the Mets in their own backyard in a Quinnipiac University “Big Apple Baseball Poll” Monday.
At a $5,000-a-week neurological institution, two caregivers were secretly recorded humiliating, hitting and cursing at a brain-damaged patient whose family hid a video camera near his bed because they feared he was being mistreated. They were right.
A late-night car crash transformed a fire hydrant into a veritable geyser, spewing water sky-high for about two hours.
While Wichita State's NCAA Tournament run didn't live up to expectations, it did inspire an amazing prank at the expense of Minnesota Twins pitcher Mike Pelfrey.
Chris Evans is ready to shed his superhero outfit. The 32-year-old "Captain America" star plans on moving away from acting For a different kind of role.
Christopher M. Miller was arrested Saturday after allegedly reenacting the same crime he committed at the Stride Rite store in Toms River in 1999.
The 6,000-square-foot Northern Blvd. headquarters has new flooring, work stations and common areas through a $275,000 donation from the anti-poverty Robin Hood Foundation.
Pimentel pleaded guilty last month to attempted criminal possession of a weapon in the first degree as a crime of terrorism.
The search for Jessica Heeringa has captivated Michigan’s North Shores community since the mom disappeared April 26.
A Texas teen boy’s sexual relationship with his married high school science teacher caused him such emotional distress that it ruined his planned career in the Marines and forced him to wreck thousands of dollars of school equipment because of ongoing stress and confusion, a new lawsuit claims.
Former Playboy bunny Kendra Wilkinson isn't feeling cover-worthy during her second pregnancy. "I'm in my third trimester and am feeling every little bit of it," Wilkinson, 28, wrote during a stint guest-blogging for People Magazine.
Crash investigators have determined that the Porsche carrying "Fast & Furious" star Paul Walker was traveling approximately 90 mph when it lost control on a California street and smashed into a light pole, killing the actor and his friend.
Eduard Nogay will always be looking over the Fort Hamilton volleyball court. Less than a year after his death from cancer, the former Fort Hamilton HS volleyball star’s number was retired on Monday, and a plaque featuring his smiling face over words of tribute was hung on a wall in the school’s gym.
There's a LeBron James connection, fears a player is making a big mistake by entering the NBA draft and questions surrounding a struggling city program.
A GOP Senate hopeful who cut her teeth cutting up pigs is claiming she’s uniquely qualified to gut spending in Washington. “I grew up castrating hogs on an Iowa farm, so when I get to Washington, I’ll know how to cut pork,” Iowa Republican candidate Joni Ernst says in an online campaign video released Tuesday.
A Temple University student said she was attacked by a group of young girls across the street from a Philadelphia police station on Friday — just minutes before the mob beat another 19-year-old student in the face with a brick.
A celebrated East Village brownstone with a retractable living room wall that opens onto the street is back on the market with a price cut.
St. John’s sophomore and former Big East Rookie of the Year JaKarr Sampson is declaring for the 2014 NBA Draft, he announced through the school on Monday. The Daily News spoke to several NBA scouts earlier this month and they estimated that he could be chosen as a late first-round pick or second-round pick.