Man Convicted Of Stabbing 2 Children In Elevator Gets 50 Years To LifeIn April, Daniel St. Hubert was convicted of murder and attempted murder.
Former Playboy Playmate Stephanie Adams Jumps Off Building With 7-Year-Old Son In MidtownIt happened at around 8:15 a.m. at the Gotham Hotel at 16 East 46th Street near Madison Avenue.
At Long Last, Post-Hurricane Sandy Fixes To Queens-Midtown Tunnel CompleteAfter Hurricane Sandy hit back in late October of 2012, the Queens-Midtown Tunnel was filled with salt water. Though both tubes were reopened about 10 days later, fixes went on for years.
Trucking & Delivery Association Pushes Back Against NYC’s Plan To Crack Down On CongestionOver the last 10 years, thousands of companies have gotten many of their parking summonses discounted through a city program. But come this fall, those perks will change.
Fast Bomb-Detecting Body Scanner Up For Testing At WTC PATH StationA new body scanning unit will be in place at the WTC PATH station, a first public test promising faster times to catch explosives, firearms and more.
Councilman Wants To Crack Down On People Who Toss Litter From CarsCity Councilman Steve Matteo says it’s no longer enough to organize cleanups. So he’s introduced a package of bills to crack down on littering.
Driver Charged In Crash That Killed 2 Children In Park Slope CrosswalkThe woman police say drove her car through a red light and killed two children has been indicted on charges of manslaughter, criminally negligent homicide and assault.
Jury Hears Opening Statements At Ex-NY Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver's RetrialHis first trial in 2015 ended with a guilty verdict and 12-year prison sentence but that conviction was reversed last July.
Convicted Cop Killer Herman Bell Released On ParoleDuring Bell's eighth parole hearing in early March, the state parole board approved Bell's release from Shawangunk Correctional Facility in Ulster County, determining "his debt has been paid to society."
NYPD: Suspect Wanted In Violent Queens RobberyIt happened just before 3 a.m. last Saturday in the area of 263rd Street and East Williston Avenue.
NYC Lawmakers Introducing Bills That Would Create Residential Parking PermitsThe New York City Council was introducing two new bills on Wednesday afternoon to require a permit to park in upper Manhattan.
School Walkouts Take Place In NYC, Nation To Mark Columbine AnniversaryMore than 2,700 walkouts were planned in all 50 states, including one at Washington Square Park in New York City.

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