Carol D’Auria

Brooklyn Man Assaulted In Possible Hate CrimeThree Hispanic men are facing hate crime charges after allegedly beating up a black man in Brooklyn, officials said.
Agreement Reached Over Funding For MTA's $26.1 Billion Capital PlanCuomo, de Blasio and MTA Chairman Tom Prendergast announced on Saturday that the state will pick up $8.3 billion of the $26.1 billion tab, while New York City will commit $2.5 billion.
Thousands Of Charter Schools Supporters Rally In BrooklynThousands of people in red T-shirts filled Cadman Plaza on Wednesday as the event got under way.
Amtrak Train Heading To Washington Via NYC Derails In VermontSeven people were being treated at area hospitals, Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin said.
Surveillance Video Captures Borough Park Home ExplosionAnother woman was killed and several people were injured after the blast blew off the entire front of the three-story Borough Park building.
Woman Killed In Borough Park House Explosion; Natural Gas SuspectedThe three-story home is located at 4206 13th Ave. in Borough Park.
Global Citizen Festival Rocks Central Park To Raise Awareness For Ending World HungerElena, of Nyack, scored a ticket and said world hunger is an issue she is passionate about.
Students At ‘Our Lady Queen Of Angels’ In Harlem Prepare To Meet The PopeWhen the planning began for the Pope's trip to New York he made it known that he wanted to get an up close look at an inner city Catholic school.
Cab Driver Shot, Killed In Bronx After Violent Weekend Across NYCA cab driver was shot and killed in the Bronx early Monday morning after a violent weekend across New York City that left seven others dead.
Bodega Association: 1,700 Bronx Stores Busted For Selling K2A representative of a bodegas association said Monday that merchants who sell K2, or synthetic marijuana, in their stores should be shut down.
Queens Dad Upset Over School Bus Service For Autistic SonThe father of an autistic boy is raising complaints about school bus service in Queens.
U.S. Attorney: 10 Charged In New York City Synthetic Marijuana 'K2' CrackdownNYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton said the synthetic marijuana was flooding the streets, harming teenagers in public housing and the homeless in city shelters in particular.