NYPD Increases Security In Wake Of London Attack; Tells Officers To Fire At Vehicle-Ramming AttackersThe NYPD is increasing security at high-profile locations across the city in wake of a deadly terror attack in London.
Man Arrested In Connection With Death Of 1-Year-Old Girl On Staten IslandThe girl was found unconscious in her Midland Beach home on Monday. She had hit her head several days earlier, according to her mother.
NYPD Traffic Enforcement Agent Faces Charges In Fatal Williamsburg Bridge CrashPolice say the car was traveling from Manhattan to Brooklyn on the bridge around 3:15 a.m. Thursday when it crashed into a barrier.
Schneiderman: ‘Operation Sticky Fingers’ Nabs 12 In Multi-Million Dollar Retail Theft RingAuthorities announced the indictment of a dozen members of a massive theft ring on Wednesday.
Temperatures Plunge After Snowfall; Nor'easter May Be Coming Next WeekA winter weather advisory is in effect for New York City, the lower Hudson Valley, Nassau and western Suffolk counties on Long Island. A winter storm warning has also been issued for eastern Suffolk County.
Search Continues For Suspects After Woman Falls To Death In The BronxPolice released surveillance video that they say shows the men running from the apartment building minutes after investigators say 43-year-old Maria Carolina Sanchez-Tiburcio plummeted to her death from a window.
De Blasio Announces Hiring For Soon-To-Launch Citywide Ferry ServiceOn Wednesday, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced hiring for some of the 200 new jobs that will be created by the Citywide Ferry Service.
$20-Million Seized During Drug Case To Fund Community Policing In QueensThe commissioner said recruits at the police academy will benefit from new tablets, training software, and equipment.
Christie Announces Increased Patrols At Religious Facilities Following Recent ThreatsNew Jersey political leaders showed their support for the Jewish community, condemning the rise of anti-Semitic threats and incidents.
Water Main Break Floods Court Street Subway Station In Brooklyn HeightsThe water main broke at Montague and Clinton streets around 3:15 p.m. Thursday.
Lou Reed Exhibit Lets Fans Take A Walk On The Wild SideLou Reed loved New York City, so it's no surprise that a collection of everything Lou would stay here.
Mayor De Blasio Unveils Plans To Combat City HomelessnessMayor Bill de Blasio outlined his plan to combat homelessness in the city Tuesday.

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