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Woman Fatally Stabbed In Great Neck
According to authorities, a 60-year-old woman was stabbed in a North Road residence at approximatley 3:52 p.m. She was taken by Nassau County Police Ambulance to a local hospital, where she was pronounced deceased by a hospital physician.
Angry Subway Riders Miss Stop, Attack Train Conductor: NYPD
Three people were captured on video attacking a subway conductor in Brooklyn over the weekend, apparently angry they'd missed their stop, and police are now looking for the assailants, authorities say.
Video shows group cursing, shouting at NYPD officers in the Bronx
In the video, which takes place in the stairwell of an apartment building near Westchester and Union avenues in the Bronx, at least three men are heard yelling profanities repeatedly at four officers from the 40th Precinct, as the officers walk down the stairs after having responded to an unrelated
Man Found Dead Near Bryant Park, Police Say
MIDTOWN MANHATTAN, NY — The NYPD is investigating the death of a man whose body was found across the street from Bryant Park, police said.
NYPD Ordered to Give Shooting Records To Dead Teen's Family
Mr. Haste followed Mr. Graham from the store. Two other team members, Andrew Jarvis and Tyrone Horne, broadcast over the radio that they saw Mr. Graham with a gun, Mr. Haste testified at his departmental trial. They insisted this was the case even when questioned by the Sergeant in charge of the uni
Furious straphanger beats up subway conductor
“This young gentleman came up on me yelling and screaming, and before I could say anything he was throwing punches at me,” Credell said in a statement released by the TWU.
Beloved Brooklyn deli saved by gift from production company
And one year later, she still is. Krystyna Godawa is still working, still making her famous chicken cutlet sandwiches. And what may be the best pierogis this side of the East River.
Democrats Reject NYC Mayor de Blasio's PAC | Breitbart
According to a Politico survey, most prospective Democratic senators “wouldn’t accept the mayor’s aid even if offered.” There is little love lost between de Blasio and his party, who alternately view him both as too liberalandtoo conservative. There is also the small matter of pastprobesinto his fun
The New President of Kingsborough Community College in Brooklyn
Kingsborough Community College enrolls more than 15,000 students. The campus is very diverse with Asian Americans, African Americans, Hispanics, and Whites, all making up at least 14 percent of the student body. African Americans are 27 percent of all enrolled students.
DeGrom, backed by 5 Mets HRs, tops Severino, Yankees 8-5
New York Yankees' Luis Severino delivers a pitch during the first inning of a baseball game against the New York Mets Monday, Aug. 13, 2018, in New York. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II) Photo Credit: AP
Teen Walking Home From Concert Killed in Hit and Run: Police
Connor Lynskey, 18, and his friends were walking along Sumner Road in Darien, about 30 miles east of Buffalo, the Genessee County Sheriff's Office said. Country star Jason Aldean played the Darien Lake Amphitheater Friday night.
Video shows man being robbed at gunpoint in the Bronx: police
The wanted individual is about 22 to 27 years old, approximately 5 feet, 8 inches to 5 feet, 10 inches tall. He was last seen wearing a white t-shirt, black shorts and a black baseball cap.
‘Get the f–k out my building’: Cops harassed after responding to apartment fight
Warning: Graphic languageVideo footage captured several people in a Bronx apartment building hurling obscenities at NYPD cops responding to a 911 call of a fight there, authorities said Sunday.“You p—y! You p—y!” a man holding the camera repeatedly barks at the officers as they walk down the stairs
Culture Pass used by thousands to snap up free museum tickets
New Yorkers have used their library cards more than 19,000 times in the last month for free access to museums, gardens and galleries through the new Culture Pass program, officials told amNewYork.
A secret millionaire with an MBA and a $1 million home in Brooklyn spends her days collecting cans for $20 at a time
The New York Post on Wednesdaypublished a profileof Lisa Fiekowski, a Brooklynmillionairewho collects cans as a hobby.Fiekowski owns more than $8 million worth of real estate aroundNew York Cityand has an MBA from the University of Chicago, the Post said.She says it's a good way to keep active, but
Rapper Cassanova Wanted for Vicious Beating of NYC Woman at Diner - VIDEO
“Casanova adamantly denies the allegation that he assaulted anyone. Any contention he did is totally false. We are in the process of conducting our own investigation into these false allegations.” Said Casanova’s attorney, Scott E. Leemon, in a statement toTMZ.
Mom Accused of Drunk Driving With Toddler, Baby in Car
Amanda Guzman, 25, of Brooklyn, was charged with two counts of Leandra's Law, or aggravated driving while intoxicated with a child in the car, Nassau County police said. She was also charged with endangering the welfare of a child and driving while intoxicated.
[VIDEO] The Heartwarming Moment A NYC Subway Rider Hands Over His Phone
As the adult continues to fiddle with his phone, the young boy looks on, periodically chirping in with advice.Suddenly, the man looks over and hands his device over to the little passenger beside him.Davis later posted the exchange to her Facebook page, where it has already garnered more than 27,000
Innocent bystander shot in Queens: cops
A 63-year-old woman was shot in her ankle as she walked on Queens sidewalk Saturday afternoon, police said.The woman was walking on 165th Street near Jamaica Avenue when a gunman started firing in front of a 99-cent pizza shop, according to police.The woman, an innocent bystander, felt a sharp pain
Hedge-funder goes from millionaire to missing homeless person
An eccentric former hedge-fund millionaire has gone from living in the Waldorf Astoria to being a missing homeless person that the police are trying to locate safely, The Post has learned.Paul Greenwald, 70, was reported missing after leaving Bellevue Hospital in Kips Bay at about 2 a.m. on Saturday