Confessed serial killer Richard Cottingham targeted innocent women across the New York area, and there may be many more — he's claimed responsibility for scores of additional murders.
For 13 years, insurance worker Richard Cottingham stalked his female victims in New Jersey and Manhattan. By the end, the man known as the “Times Square Killer” was butchering prostitutes and setting their decapitated bodies afire, earning a second tabloid alias: “The Torso Killer.”
The 23-year-old victim, mother of a little girl, was suffocated and sexually assaulted in the Feb. 16, 1968, homicide — making her now the earliest known victim of the predator.
“Thank you for reminding the people of the world that we should never forget,” read the missive from nearly 2,500 relatives of those killed in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
Steve Quinn and little Ciara plan to celebrate a particularly poignant holiday with a walk through the park Sunday, only three months after the rare triple organ transplant.
The usual and unusual assortment of revelers were thrilled by the long-awaited return of Coney Island’s official start to the summer for the first time since 2019.
Searchers in the South Ozone Park wreckage located Devon Harripersaud, 23, in the early afternoon, ending the grim search for his remains.
The lessons go beyond snapping off a stiff jab or stepping up their footwork.
While the department has now launched an investigation, one of the cops already denounced the anonymous innuendo in a scathing Instagram rebuttal.
Passengers headed into LaGuardia, FlightAware reported they were facing average delays of nearly 2½ hours at the airports of their flights’ departures.
The tears flowed freely at the funeral for Ryan Wong, remembered one day after the farewell to his friend and fellow victim Daniel Persaud.
The singer/songwriter/would-be presidential assassin’s Brooklyn debut as a guitar-slinger was canceled by the Market Hotel in Bushwick, with the venue calling off the planned July 8 acoustic performance.
The reputation of once-renowned NYPD Det. Louis Scarcella took another hit with the latest legal rebuke of his crime-busting tactics.
Some 50 mourners, many dressed all in white, gathered at the Bergen Funeral Home to mourn the loss of Daniel Persaud, who perished five days earlier with a friend after the pair tumbled into the water from an outcropping of rocks in Broad Channel.
Heartbroken family members of the 13-year-old drowning victim were left to ponder the “what-ifs” Saturday as they prepared for a funeral.