Water pipes in New York are old and crumbling. Could they affect the quality of the city's drinking water?
Inspired by the #metoo movement, a New York woman wrote a song about her experience of harassment on the streets and subway.
Thousands of high school students from New York City are mobilizing against guns. And quickly.
How mom-and-pop stores in Cobble Hill struggle and strategize to pay the rent
Loved ones and survivors gathered to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the bombing, which killed six people and an unborn child
Three players talk to NYCity Lens about how they are trying to change the team's fortunes.
A major change to the South Bronx's Jerome Avenue has been hard fought and controversial, but it is about to be approved
Days after the shooting in Parkland, Florida, a bullied teenager gets caught after saying he wanted to buy a gun online
A fourth NYC child has succumbed to this year’s epidemic, still on the rise, and schools are fighting back
This Astoria-based artist is giving a new meaning to metamorphosis in the modern age.
P.S. 50 Vito Marcantonio is proposed to close by the end of June due to poor test scores and declining enrollment. Students, teachers and parents will not leave without a fight.
At the New York Stock Exchange, veteran traders are taking the new volatility in stride
Alex Avdoulos’s hand quickly flicks leaves off of a stem of a flower. Within ten seconds she finishes a 12-inch stem as if it were nothing. Her cat, Lucy, purrs around her feet before hopping onto the front desk to greet customers. The front of the store is slowly filling with colorful bouquets of roses - white, pink, yellow, orange - that mimic a summer sunset instead of a bitterly cold February. But for Avdoulos, this is one of the best times of the year.
[caption id="attachment_19291" align="alignnone" width="1168"] The Petals and Roots storefront is decorated for Valentine's Day, their busiest
Testing during summer months found remnants of sewage in the river flowing downstream from Westchester
A former first grade teacher is using barbershops to close the achievement gap affecting young black boys.