Mayor Bill de Blasio is vowing to learn from mistakes made in New York City's response to this week's snowstorm.
New York City police are blanketing midtown Manhattan with temporary surveillance cameras as one of many security measures being taken to protect visitors for the Super Bowl.
The cameras will supplement a network of permanent surveillance cameras that provide live feeds to monitors at an NYPD command center. Officers there watch for possible terror threats and other suspicious activity.
The brother of a man who died after collapsing during a run in a New York City park has died days later, also while jogging.
The Daily News says 60-year-old Peter Berry collapsed and died while running in Central Park on Sunday.
His half-brother, 68-year-old Rynn Berry, went into cardiac arrest during a New Year's Eve run in Prospect Park. He died 10 days later on Jan. 9.
The men's last surviving brother called it "a shock for the family." A memorial service was set for Monday at St. James Church in Manhattan.
New York City Schools Chancellor Carmen Farina (fah-REEN'-yah) has announced that schools will be open on Wednesday.
Forecasters are now calling for up to 14 inches of snow in Philadelphia and southern New England, and up to a foot of snow in New York City -- followed by bitter cold temperatures.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo plans to establish a watchdog group to protect students from predatory lenders.
On the brink of a financial surplus for the state, Governor Andrew Cuomo outlines his election-year budget today. [Buffalo News]
New York City's new mayor marked Martin Luther King Jr. Day by talking about economic equality.