Police: Man Groped Woman Through Bedroom Window In Brooklyn, Claimed To Be CopIt happened around 4:40 a.m. on May 12 at an apartment building near Clarkson and Rogers Avenues in Prospect Lefferts Gardens.
Caught On Video: 94-Year-Old Man Assaulted On His Stoop In QueensPolice are asking for help about a dispute that happened at 12:18 p.m. on 97 Street.
British Officers Skip Royal Wedding For Charity Run In Central ParkDozens of cops from across Great Britain took part in the annual half marathon benefiting Joining Against Cancer in Kids, raising money for neuroblastoma cancer research.
More Than A Dozen People Hospitalized Due To Drug Use In BrooklynPolice are investigating whether synthetic marijuana, known as K2, was involved.
‘History In The Making:’ New Yorkers Wake Up Early To Watch Royal WeddingNew York natives and Big Apple visitors alike made sure they were awake early Saturday morning for the royal wedding.
NYPD Investigating Whether 2 Random Slashings In Harlem Were RelatedPolice said around 5:45 p.m. Thursday, a 66-year-old victim was approached from behind on West 114th Street and then slashed on the left side of his face by a stranger.
Court Documents Outline Sexual Misconduct Claims Against Ousted Met Conductor James LevineThe Met fired Levine as its music director emeritus on March 12, citing evidence of misconduct, but it did not make public any details at the time.
10-Year-Old Greenlawn Boy Found After Going MissingA 10-year-old boy has been found after going missing in Greenawn, Suffolk County Police said.
What’s The Hold-Up Installing Public Restrooms In NYC?It can be challenging to find a public restroom in the city. There’s a plan to make that easier, but it seems to be on a 10-year bathroom break.
Prom Dress Drive Helps Less Fortunate Students Go Glam Without Breaking Bank In YonkersThe Maria Regina dress drive was inspired by Operation Prom, which gave away 2,000 dresses this year in Westchester County.
Mayor De Blasio Defends Plan To Raise Parking Meter RatesThe mayor said that while he cares about the working man, he's more concerned about congestion.
Coney Island Business Owners Say Construction Projects Keeping Customers AwayBusiness is down for store owners in Coney Island, who blame two separate construction projects. They say the work is blocking customers from getting to their shops and they've had enough.

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