NYPD Detective Steven McDonald Eulogized As Hero, 'The Real Superman'Steven McDonald, the NYPD detective best known for forgiving a teenage gunman who left him paralyzed in 1986, was remembered Friday as a hero who never gave in to self-pity and lived a full life despite his disability.
Past Year Saw Fewest Fire Deaths In A Century, Mayor And FDNY Commissioner AnnounceThe decline has been attributed to 9 percent fewer serious fires, and shaving response times by an average of five seconds.
NYC Had Fewest Shootings Ever Last YearMayor Bill de Blasio said it was the first time the city has been below 1,000 shootings "in the modern era for a single year in this city."
Officials Say NYPD Ready To Keep Times Square New Year's Eve Celebration SafeAs the final preparations are made in Times Square to welcome the millions of revelers, police are preparing as well.
Video: Broadway Stars Help De Blasio Celebrate His Accomplishments In 2016The video begins with de Blasio calling his wife to tell her he thinks a song is the "perfect way to wrap up all the things we've done this year."
Grand Juries Investigating De Blasio's Fundraising PracticesTwo grand juries have begun hearing testimony in state and federal criminal probes into Mayor Bill de Blasio campaign fundraising practices, WCBS 880's Marla Diamond reports.
De Blasio, HUD Secretary Announce Free Internet For Families In Bronx Public HousingMayor de Blasio and HUD Secretary Julian Castro announced that 5,000 families in Bronx public housing would receive free tablets and mobile internet service.
Report: NYC Booked $629 A Night Hotel Rooms To House HomelessThe report, issued Wednesday by Comptroller Scott Stringer, says the city booked 30 rooms at that rate on Sept. 19 and Sept. 20.
As Cold Weather Arrives, NYC Has Yet To Open 4 More Homeless Drop-In CentersNear-freezing temperatures Friday had the homeless flocking to the Mainchance drop-in center on East 32nd Street.
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.
NYC To Stop Retaining Records From People Applying For Municipal IDsCivil liberties advocates were concerned the new Trump administration would demand that ID NYC records be turned over to investigators searching for undocumented immigrants.
NYC May Have To Pay Bulk Of $35 Million Trump Security TabThe NYPD and Mayor Bill de Blasio requested $35 million as reimbursement for the additional police manpower and overtime. But congressional Republicans unveiled a spending bill that would give the city just $7 million.

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