City Passes New Laws Restricting Hookah BarsNew York City has a set of tough new laws designed to crack down on hookah bars and keep kids away from the smoke.
National Park Service Withdraws From Ceremony Dedicating NYC's First Permanent Pride FlagThe National Park Service suddenly withdrew sponsorship of New York City's first permanent Rainbow Flag, which now flies high near the historic Stonewall Inn.
Comptroller: 1 In 7 New York State Bridges Are Structurally DeficientHundreds of bridges across New York are in bad shape, and it is not clear if the money to fix them will be available.
Deadline Looms To Declare Party Affiliation For Next Year's New York PrimariesThere's a critical voter registration deadline coming up this week for next year's elections for governor and state legislature in New York.
Hate-Filled Letter With Swastika Mailed To New York City Businesses, InstitutionsSeveral businesses in New York City are the targets of hate.
Dozens Arrested In Scheme To Make Phony Parking PlacardsMayor Bill de Blasio and the NYPD previously promised to crack down on the abuse of parking placards – both of the real and fake varieties.
Chelsea Bombing Suspect Ahmad Khan Rahimi Back In Court For Day 2 Of TrialThe 30-year-old was removed from courtroom Monday after interrupting opening statements.
Hoboken Train Crash: One Year LaterOne year ago Friday, a NJ TRANSIT train plowed through a barrier at the Hoboken station, killing a woman standing on the platform and injuring more than 100 passengers and crew.
Bullying, Safety Concerns Persist After Deadly Stabbing Inside Bronx SchoolThe deadly stabbing inside a classroom at a Bronx high school on Wednesday, has many wondering about anti-bullying efforts in city schools.
Civil Rights Act Must Cover Sexual Orientation As Well; Attorney SaysThe second circuit court of appeals in New York City has been hearing arguments in the case of a New York man who was fired because he's gay.
Worker Charged After Fatal Stabbing At Harlem Convenience StoreThe incident took place on West 145th Street and Lenox Avenue just before 9:30 a.m.
Drone Hits Army Helicopter Flying Over Staten IslandTwo Blackhawks with the 82nd Airborne out of Fort Bragg, North Carolina were in the city on duty for the United Nations General Assembly.

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