Child Struck After Car Jumps Curb In BrooklynA child has been hospitalized after being struck by a car in Marine Park.
Officials Urge Caution After Pair Of Luring Attempts In Mount KiscoWestchester County Executive Rob Astorino said it's time parents make sure their children know what to do if they encounter a predator.
TSA Marks 'Lost And Found Day' At Airports Across The CountryThe Transportation Security Administration wants to help reunite you with your lost possessions.
Police Hunt For Up To 10 Suspects In Bronx RobberiesPolice are looking for up to 10 people in connection with two violent robberies in the Bronx last month.
Pope Taps Allentown, Pennsylvania Bishop For Rockville CentrePope Francis has named a new bishop for Rockville Centre, tapping the bishop of Allentown, Pennsylvania whose diocese is one of six undergoing a statewide grand jury investigation into clerical sex abuse.
Search On For 2 Men In Connection With Correction Officer’s MurderThe NYPD released video Thursday that they say shows the final harrowing moments of 25-year-old Alastasia Bryan's life.
NYC Food Truck Lunch: Ground Pork Banh Mi From The Banh Mi CartOn top of the ground pork were slices of cucumber, jalapeño slices and fresh cilantro. The jalapeño really added some heat, but they will be left off if you want mild instead of spicy. The fresh cilantro also left an unmistakable aroma and flavor, which we mean in the best way possible.
No One Hurt After Overnight Fire Destroys Home In HauppaugeThe blaze broke out around 2 a.m. Friday on Joyce Avenue.
Police Search For Duo Who Attacked Woman In Front Of Her KidsPolice said the man and woman punched the 38-year-old mother in the face and body and pulled out her hair.
De Blasio Calls Steam Burn Deaths Of Bronx Toddlers 'Freak Accident,' Vows 'Rigorous' InvestigationA multi-agency investigation is underway into the deaths of 1-year-old Scylee Vayoh Ambrose and her 2-year-old sister, Ibanez Ambrose, who were both severely burned by a steam leak in their apartment on Wednesday.
Hunter College Students Conduct Study To See If Chivalry Is Dead On The SubwayHunter College students studied 5,000 subway riders at 21 stations over the course of a month. They found that chivalry may not be dead after all.
Crowds Gather At Jackie Robinson Park For Glimpse Of Deer Hanging Out In HarlemWhatever you want to name him, New York City Parks' Urban Park Rangers are making sure everyone behaves.

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