Democrat Stacey Abrams says she can’t win the Georgia governor’s race, effectively ending her challenge to Republican Brian Kemp.
Just in time to get you into the holiday spirit, WLTW 106.7 Lite FM switches to its annual all-holiday music format.
Parts of the tri-state will see significant snowfall Thursday, bringing the area its first taste of winter five weeks before the season officially begins.
Hot 97 Street Soldiers hosted a NYCHA town hall community meeting in the Bronx.
The 125th Street Business Improvement District hosted its annual Harlem Holiday Lights Event Nov. 19th, on 125th street between Fifth and 12th avenues, commemorating its 25th year.
Harlem State Sen. Brian Benjamin, in partnership with Whole Foods Market, hosted his second annual Turkey Giveaway to help feed families this November.
As temperatures fall to below freezing at night in the city, residents in NYCHA are already battling with heating issues.
Harlem resident and retried government worker Robert Bailey is America's newest millionaire.
Marian Wright Edelman transitions from President of the Children's Defense Fund to President Emerita
Children's advocate Marian Wright Edelman is transitioning from President of the Children's Defense Fund (CDF) into the new role of President Emerita in the Office of the Founder.
Winter is more than a month away, but New York City could see several inches of snow this week, forecasts show.
Newark Mayor Ras Baraka thanked Amazon for considering his city as for its second headquarters in a statement released Tuesday.
Bill Cosby and his wife, Camille, sold one “iconic painting” from the couple’s world-renowned art collection to serve as “collateral for a loan from an art finance firm."
Buy From A Black Woman, Inc. (BFABW) has announced November 2018 as Buy From A Black Woman Awareness Month, celebrating and supporting black women business owners as a thriving, driving economic and social force.
NYPD release sketch of suspect in alleged subway hate crime that left Brooklyn mom with collapsed lung
A Flatbush woman was punched and stabbed in a random subway attack that was driven by hate
The NAACP issued the following statement regarding Mississippi Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith recent statement on being invited to a public hanging.
It was an afternoon that won’t soon be forgotten as the Ella Nixon Toy & Gift Drive (now in its fifth season) gave their first Ladies Who Lunch for Charity luncheon.
The New York Urban League is hosting its 32nd annual Historically Black Colleges and Universities Fair Nov. 10 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Denny Farrell Riverbank State Park.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday fired Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Georgia's hotly contested and potentially historic governor's race may not be over yet, with Democrat Stacey Abrams and Republican Brian Kemp awaiting the final accounting of absentee and provisional ballots.
New York will soon have its first Black Attorney General.
Republicans have retained Senate control for two more years, shattering Democrats’ dreams of an anti-Trump wave sweeping them into the majority.
Here are the results for the 2018 Midterm Elections.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo won his re-election campaign, beating Republican Marc Molinaro, among other candidates.
Election Day Problems: Reports of broken scanners, long lines and late poll-site openings in tri-state area
Not even two hours since the polls opened in New York and New Jersey, voters are reporting issues at polling sites.
New Yorkers can officially begin heading to the polls. NY polls will be open from 6 a.m. until 9 p.m.
Just one week after the murders of 11 Jewish congregants in Pittsburg, multiple hateful attacks in New York have the NYPD Hate Crimes Unit working to solve them quickly.
NPR is reporting that renown jazz trumpeter Roy Hargrove has died of a cardiac arrest at the tender age of 49.
Ovation, America’s only arts network, has begun featuring local Bronx and Brooklyn artists in public service announcements on all its platforms as a continued commitment to support and highlight the arts community and diversity.
The 2018 Anti-Corruption Awards celebrated the 30-year anniversary of Dr. Lenora Fulani’s groundbreaking 1988 independent presidential campaign in which she became the first woman and first African-American in U.S. history to get on the ballot in all 50 states.
The Determined to Educate, Inc. 10th annual Awards Fundraising Gala was held Thursday at the Second Grand Ballroom.
Tuesday, City Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez and City Council Member Carlos Menchaca held a news conference to denounce what they believe is a disregard of our U.S. Constitution.
Ntozake Shange, renowned and beloved poet, playwright, novelist, performance artist, essayist and educator, died in her sleep Saturday, Oct. 27, 2018.
Nassaun Jones, a fourth-grade student at West Middle Island Elementary School, said his art teacher recently made a racist remark to him in class.
Get ready to replace your weekly Target run with a more meaningful purchase.
Interim chair of NYCHA Stanley Brezenoff was in the hot seat again at a public hearing Tuesday.
President Donald Trump says he wants to order the end of the constitutional right to citizenship for babies of non-citizens and unauthorized immigrants born in the United States.
Reports indicate that Black playwright Ntozake Shange has died.
A shooter opened fire during a baby naming ceremony at a Pittsburgh synagogue on Saturday
Stefanie Joshua’s documentary ‘Bushwick Homecomings: The Record’ debuts at 11th annual Bushwick Film Festival
“Bushwick Homecomings: The Record,” a feature-length documentary by filmmaker Stefanie Joshua, had its debut screening Sunday, Oct. 14, on the closing day of the 11th annual Bushwick Film Festival at the Syndicated Bar Theater Kitchen, located in the Bushwick/East Williamsburg section of Brooklyn.
Recently Macy’s announced that Shawn Outler has been named EVP and chief diversity officer, effective Oct. 29, 2018. Outler was previously EVP, Licensed Businesses, Food Services and Multicultural Initiatives.
The Harlem School of the Arts Masquerade Ball tops a million in contributions for the second straight year
The Harlem School of the Arts Masquerade Ball and after-party was held Monday, Oct. 22, at The Plaza Hotel in New York City, hosted by Fox 5’s very own, Lori Stokes, who shared the podium with her 9-year-old co-host Jayden Hairston, one of HSA’s outstanding student ambassadors.
With the holiday season quickly approaching, City Harvest is asking all New Yorkers to pitch in and help fellow city residents.
Former New York City Mayor David Dinkins and his wife Joyce return to their former home in Harlem of more than 25 years at Riverton Square for the dedication of a new community center bearing their names.
Official Black Wall Street is making an even bigger effort to support Black-owned businesses this holiday season.
The Jackie Robinson Foundation (JRF) Scholarship program addresses the financial needs of college students and provides extensive, hands-on mentoring and support services
Multiple Manhattan buildings have been evacuated after police responded to a suspicious package in the area of Columbus Circle, CNN reports.
‘Potential’ explosives sent to Obama, Clintons’ homes days after billionaire NY philanthropist is targeted
The United States Secret Service intercepted two potential explosive devices earlier this week that were addressed to former President Barack Obama and the Chappaque home where Hillary Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, live
City Council Member Jumaane Williams and Assemblymember Michael Blake announce campaigns for Public Advocate
Brooklyn City Council Member Jumaane Williams and Bronx Assemblymember Michael Blake announce their plans to run for Public Advocate.
How bad is the affordable housing crisis in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn?
The search continues for an attacker who stabbed an Army veteran to death and left the vet’s father in critical but stable condition inside of a Harlem building Friday night.