The grisly discovery was made when police responded to a 911 call shortly after 2 p.m. in Jamaica and found the body of a 22-year-old woman lying in a bed on the second floor, according to sources.
The 15-year-old boy was riding on top of a northbound No. 7 train car when police believe he struck his head on an unknown object.
Dramatic footage from the scene shows officers and paramedics lifting the teen off the train car roof and laying him down onto the subway platform.
Police found the teenage subway surfer just before 6:10 p.m. atop a southbound No. 7 train on the elevated tracks at the 111th St. station on Roosevelt Ave. in Richmond Hill, cops said.
A man from Portugal and a Brooklyn woman were busted for spray painting graffiti on subway cars in Queens, the NYPD said Thursday.
“It’s unreal. It’s like we are in the Bible Belt,” said David Kilmnick the president and CEO of the LGBT Network, a nonprofit that fights for the rights of LGBTQ people and their families in Queens and Long Island.
Dozens of parked cars were left with smashed windows during an overnight seven-block Queens vandalism spree, cops said.
A man was snoozing under the unoccupied Ford F350 at Maurice Avenue and 53rd Drive – just outside Mount Zion Cemetery in Maspeth -- when the motorist returned and ran him over, police said.
A city Correction Officer spotted a flipped-over vehicle on the side of the road as he drove home from Rikers Island last week and sprang into action to help a complete stranger — or so he thought.
The bizarre tragedy unfolded just outside Mt. Zion Cemetery on Maurice Ave. near 54th Drive in Maspeth about 6:50 p.m. Tuesday, cops said.
Mayor Eric Adams on Tuesday defended public school lunches after many students spoke out about the less-than-appetizing meals -- claiming those complaining just aren't used to "healthy" food.
A caller who said he was angry at his girlfriend for posting nude photos of him online threatened to blow up St. Francis Preparatory School in Fresh Meadows, Queens.
Teen calls in bomb threat to Queens high school, says he’s angry nude photos of him were posted online
Students at St. Francis Prep on Francis Lewis Blvd. in Fresh Meadows were evacuated shortly before noon Tuesday after the teenager called in claiming he had planted a pipe bomb in the school, cops said.
Queens District Attorney Melinda Katz avoided questions on The Post's bombshell report revealing she used her security detail to help her run errands.
A Queens man has been arrested after a bag of human bones was found in the basement of a home he lives in, cops said Monday.
Heartbroken friends recount how girl, 16, drowned at Queens Rockaway Beach after dad’s warnings: ‘We were all...
As temperatures soared to an unseasonable high of over 90 degrees, victim Diaka Kourouma, 16, and friends from the Bronx decided to go swimming at Rockaway Beach, even though none had ever been there before.
Queens District Attorney Melinda Katz tasked her publicly funded security detail with helping her move — similar to Mayor Bill de Blasio’s documented misuse of his protection team.
Victim arrested for opening fire during fatal shootout outside Queens catering hall involving apparent assault rifle
Dwayne Whyte, 28, is charged with attempted murder, attempted assault and gun possession for allegedly firing a gun during the clash in a parking lot outside a banquet hall in Ozone Park about 5 a.m. Sunday.
Sources familiar with Katz’s routine told The Post that members of her security detail also had been hauling flat-screen TVs, groceries and dry cleaning around for her.
Queens homeowner who found woman’s remains hidden in son’s basement apartment trying to ‘wrap head around’...
Gilbert Legendre, 65, made the morbid discovery in his Laurelton home at 138th Ave. near Carson St. Saturday afternoon.
The violence started as an argument in a parking lot outside a banquet hall on Cross Bay Blvd. near Desarc Road in Ozone Park about 5 a.m., cops said.
Three men were shot Sunday morning -- one fatally -- by a gunman firing what appeared to be an assault rifle during a dispute outside a Queens catering hall, cops said.
Keegan Bradley was in his element. He was in a place he had always dreamed of being since he was a sports-junkie kid growing up in Vermont.