Man Carrying Gas Can, Matches Arrested Near Rockefeller Center TreePolice have arrested a man who they say was carrying a gas can and matches and acting erratically near the Rockefeller Center tree.
Student Stabbed In Back Outside Mt. Vernon High SchoolOne student was taken to a hospital and another taken into custody after a brawl broke out inside the cafeteria of Mt. Vernon High School just after noon Wednesday.
New Rule Bans Smoking In Public Housing NationwideThe final rule prohibits lit tobacco products in all living units and indoor common areas, and all outdoor areas within 25 feet of housing and administrative offices.
Brooklyn Man Charged After 3-Year-Old Boy Found Brain DeadThe NYPD responded to a 911 call of a child in need of medical assistance at 2161 West 5th Street in Gravesend Monday afternoon at 4:20 p.m.
Trump To Fill More Vacancies As Recount Distraction LoomsWith his return to New York, President-elect Donald Trump faces a pressing need to set more of the foundation blocks of his presidency in place by filling vacancies for secretary of state and other top posts.
Travel Back In Time: MTA Rolls Out Vintage Buses, Train For Holiday SeasonRiders of a certain age will flash back to the 50s when they see the green and white bus that looks just like the one Jackie Gleason drove in "The Honeymooners" chugging along 42 Street for a few weeks.
Local Officials Fear Funding Cuts From Trump Sanctuary City ThreatsSome local officials have started gearing up for a fight, fearing that the president-elect may follow through on campaign promises to cut federal funding to sanctuary cities.
Scammers Have Been Targeting NYS Immigrants Since Election, AG SaysNew York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is warning immigrants in the state that scammers have been coming out of the woodwork since the election.
DNA Match Leads To Arrest In 2004 Murder Of Brooklyn TeenA Brooklyn teenager's final act of bravery has led to an indictment more than 10 years after her murder.
Attorney: NJ TRANSIT Engineer In Deadly Hoboken Crash Had Undiagnosed Sleep ApneaThe engineer of an NJ TRANSIT train that slammed into the Hoboken Terminal in September suffered from undiagnosed sleep apnea, the engineer's attorney said Wednesday.
Rutgers Professor Forced To Undergo Psychiatric Evaluation Over Anti-Trump TweetsThe NYPD received a request from the Rutgers police to check on adjunct professor Kevin Allred at his Booklyn home.
State Senator Thinks Timing Of Swastika Scrawled In His Building Was No CoincidenceNew York state Sen. Brad Hoylman (D-Manhattan) said Wednesday that he did not think the timing of swastikas that were found carved into an elevator in his apartment building was a coincidence.

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