Hello, Sailor: Fleet Week Kicks Off In New York CityNew York City welcomes thousands of sailors from May 25 through Memorial Day for the 28th annual Fleet Week.
Nassau University Medical Center Welcomes Mickey, A Falcon ChickThe 17-day-old chick is an only child.
Parents, Lawmakers Angry Over De Blasio's Decision To Skip State Senate Hearing On Control Over NYC SchoolsThe mayor said he didn't need to attend the hearing because he already spent four hours testifying to the same committee in Albany and said it's now time for lawmakers to vote.
Phil Mickelson To Forfeit Nearly $1 Million In SEC CaseThe golfer was not charged criminally in the case. As a relief defendant, Mickelson hasn't been accused of participating in the insider trading, but only of profiting from the scheme.
Fire Destroys Garden Center Under Metro-North Tracks In East Harlem; Service HaltedService was suspended into and out of Grand Central station on the Metro-North Railroad Tuesday evening after an extra-alarm fire broke out in a garden center beneath the elevated train tracks in East Harlem.
Family Fights To Keep NYPD Cop Killer Behind BarsOfficer Anthony Dwyer was just 23 years old when a suspect pushed him off a building after interrupting a robbery at a Times Square McDonald's on Oct. 17, 1989.
Police: Times Square 'Free Hugs' Guy Punched Woman When She Wouldn't Give TipA woman visiting from Canada was punched in the face by a man offering “free hugs” when she wouldn’t tip him in Times Square, according to police.
MTA Holds Second Hearing On Planned L-Train Service ShutdownThe second hearing on the planned rebuild of the Canarsie tunnel was well attended, but civil.
De Blasio Talks Low-Income Housing, Crime During Clermont Houses Town Hall On Tuesday night, Mayor Bill de Blasio hosted a town hall at the Clermont Houses with Bronx residents to discuss public safety.
NYPD Unveils Cars Outfitted With Bulletproof WindowsOn Tuesday the NYPD unveiled new equipment that will help keep police officers safe while on patrol in their cars.
Police: Hit-And-Run Driver Hits Taxi, Sends It Onto Curb And Into Pedestrians On UWSA hit-and-run driver rammed a taxi Monday afternoon, causing the cab to the curb slammed into four people on the sidewalk on the Upper West Side.
Prince Fans Pack Fort Greene Park To Screen ‘Purple Rain’Some people thought a cool, dreary April evening was the perfect time for a movie in the park.

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