With Brooklyn Boy On Life Support, 'Operation Care' Aims To Increase Awareness About Child AbuseBrooklyn's borough president says the educational campaign will explain how to spot signs of abuse or neglect and how to safely report them.
ACS Suspends 4 More Managers Over Death Of Zymere Perkins, 6Four more managers from the Administration of Children’s Services have been suspended in connection with the case of 6-year-old Zymere Perkins.
Comptroller Stringer Launches New Investigation After Harlem Boy's DeathLittle Zymere Perkins died Monday. Prosecutors said this week that a preliminary autopsy showed the boy had several broken ribs, old injuries and was severely malnourished.
Sources: 6-Year-Old Harlem Boy Struck Repeatedly With Broken Broomstick, Held Underwater In ShowerThe city's Administration for Children's Services was reportedly called five times since 2010, including once by a social worker at the boy's school.
Mother Plans Funeral For Myls Dobson; Caretaker IndictedOne week after 4-year-old Myls Dobson was found dead and beaten while under the care of his jailed father's girlfriend, the little boy's body has been claimed from the morgue.
NYC Seeks More Gay And Lesbian Foster ParentsThe executive director of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center said many gay New Yorkers don't realize that the city allows them to become foster parents.
8-Year-Old Foster Child Unwraps Donated Gift, Finds Teddy Bear Armed With PistolIt was a Christmas morning in Harlem that turned frightening.
Suspicions Abound As Number Of Red-Light Cameras On L.I. Is Set To DoubleThere is currently a warning out to drivers: the number of red-light cameras on Long Island is about to double. But some are wondering if the cameras are there to reduce accidents or to make money for the counties and companies that install them.
Exclusive: Family Says Mother Gave 6-Year-Old Son Deadly Dose Of Methadone And NyquilIn the Bronx, a mother is in police custody, accused of giving her son a deadly dose of drugs, including methadone. The family of Carlos Rios Jr. said his drug-addicted mother and ACS are at fault.
FBI Joins Search For Mom In Abduction Of 8 Kids From Queens Child AgencyPolice and federal authorities continue to search for a mother who allegedly abducted her eight children from a Queens foster care facility during a supervised visit.
Toddler's Death Prompts Changes At NYC's Administration for Children's ServicesThe changes include strengthening how the ACS monitors agencies contracted to help families deal with problems.
Ex-ACS Worker Charged In Brooklyn Girl's Death Speaks OutThe supervisor at the Administration for Children’s Services who was charged in connection with the death of a starved and beaten 4-year-old girl is speaking out.