Lawmakers: 6-Month Extension For Haitian Refugees To Stay In U.S. Is Not EnoughThousands of Haitian refugees living in New York were worried the Trump administration would send them back this summer.
'Everybody Was Just Running:' Witnesses Describe Chaos After Car Slams Into Pedestrians In Times SquareChaos erupted as a car plowed into pedestrians on a Times Square street at lunchtime Thursday, killing an 18-year-old woman and injuring 22 others.
MTA Token Booth Clerk Arrested After Allegedly Not Opening Gate For Officers Pursuing Robbery SuspectOfficers were chasing a suspect into a subway station, and when they reached the turnstiles, the token booth clerk did not let them in, authorities said.
Amtrak Could Move Trains To Grand Central To Ease Pain Of Summer RepairsBy now everyone knows that Penn Station will be backed up when Amtrak starts its big repair project.
Renowned Queens Music Teacher Faces Federal Sex Trafficking ChargesOliver Sohngen is the founder and director at the Long Island City Academy of Music.
City Council Members Discuss Renewed Plan For Law Banning Styrofoam ContainersThe courts said no two years ago, but New York City is trying once again to ban Styrofoam containers.
Schools Chancellor Reassuring Parents After Immigration Agent Turned Away At Queens SchoolSchools Chancellor Carmen Fariña is reassuring parents that all students are welcome after a federal agent showed up at a Queens school, inquiring about fourth grader's immigration status.
Connecticut Becomes Seventh State To Ban Conversion TherapyGov. Dannel P. Malloy signed legislation into law Wednesday, barring paid health care providers from engaging in the practice to change a minor's sexual orientation or gender identity.
Owner Of Brooklyn Construction Company Charged With Manslaughter In Worker's DeathOne worker was killed and two others seriously injured when a wall collapsed at a construction site in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn in 2015.
Con Ed Cleaning Up Oil Spill Along East RiverA transformer containing about 37,000 gallons of insulating oil failed Sunday afternoon at a substation on John Street in downtown Brooklyn.
Woman's Body Found Burned Beyond Recognition In East HarlemPolice believe a woman was killed at 1407 Park Avenue and then her body was dragged across the street in a garbage bag to another building, where they found it on fire.
Racial Disparity Seen In Use Of Handcuffs In Schools, NYCLU Study SaysCivil rights advocates have been looking over school safety data, and said they have found some troubling trends along racial lines.

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