At least twelve people were injured.
The DOT concluded that Ming An was an "imminent hazard to public safety."
The victim's husband went after her on the street in Chinatown.
Things got very cinematic at JFK yesterday.
Check out the colorful photos from yesterday's celebration.
Twelve were arrested last week on misdemeanor charges.
Well, she'd be Robin Hood if Robin Hood were xenophobic.
And only 5 percent of Little Italy residents are even Italian-American.
Someone doesn't seem to understand immigration law or irony.
The reclusive architect will show up at the reopening of the Museum of Chinese in America, the ‘pop-up park’ gets another month in Brooklyn Heights, and a pretty new footpath uptown on the High Bridge doesn’t mean you still can’t find drugs in the park! All in today's boroughs report.
In Chinatown, they have a special nickname for the assembly speaker, who represents the district.
There is a colorful beast of some sort climbing out of the East River. Plus, Harlem's eye-straining new condo, Chinatown's intra-hood Olympics smackdown, and the big-cabbage guy of Staten Island. In our Freedom Friday edition of the daily boroughs report!
But it will still be in Brooklyn — plus the much-mocked Prudential broker of Bushwick and the new urban prairies of Clinton Hill, all in our Friday boroughs wrap-up!
That delightful harpy harshes on Dumbo, Robin Quivers leaves Staten Island for the Upper West Side, and a white Seattle woman gets stuck in Harlem and lives to tell. That and more tales of the miraculous in our daily boroughs report.
A tourist treat in lower Manhattan, a vomit victim in Prospect Heights, and a paucity of pedagogy in Tribeca … all in our daily boroughs report!