A New York City police officer was arrested and charged with driving drunk this week – the third officer to be hit with DWI charges in a period of a week.
Police in Brooklyn are searching for the killer of a pregnant bride-to-be who was found stabbed to death inside of her Brownsville home on Saturday.
The NYPD is looking for two men wanted in connection with a robbery at a church in Brownsville.
Police commissioner Ray Kelly described the grant as a valuable tool to help measure which programs are working and which are not as effective.
New York City Schools Chancellor Dennis Walcott said an Educare center will open at P.S. 41 in the Brownsville section of Brooklyn next fall. Educare is a preschool program for at-risk children aged six weeks to five years old.
A 21-year-old man was fatally shot near his Brooklyn home.
Ronald Wallace was shot once in the back just before 1 a.m. Friday at the intersection of Tapscott Street and Blake Avenue in Brownsville, police said.
The shooting happened just before 1 a.m. Friday at the intersection of Tapscott Street and Blake Avenue in Brownsville.
Bullets grazed a 16-year-old boy, an 18-year-old boy and a 13-year-old girl. Witnesses said another 16-year-old boy ran around the corner and was shot in the arm.
Police announced that they have arrested two men in connection with a shooting that wounded six people in Brooklyn.
The shooting occurred near the intersection of Rockaway and Riverdale avenues just after 7 p.m. Sunday while several children were playing in the street.
Community leaders are banding together to encourage gun buyback programs across Brooklyn.
The shooting happened near the intersection of Rockaway and Riverdale avenues just after 7 p.m. Sunday as several children were outside playing on the street.
Six people have been taken to area hospitals following a shooting in the Brownsville section of Brooklyn.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg stood at the pulpit of a black church in a high-crime area of Brooklyn on Sunday to make a tough point: The New York Police Department policy of street stops would continue in a city where “96 percent of shooting suspects are black or Hispanic.”