Retired Corrections Officer Shot Outside Essex County BarAuthorities say around 2:00 a.m., police responded to reports of a shooting near the corner of Halsted Street and Tremont Avenue. Responding officers discovered a male and a female suffering from gunshot wounds.
Officials: NYC Traffic Deaths Drop To Record Low, Pedestrian Deaths UpMayor Bill de Blasio said Wednesday that the downward trend in traffic deaths shows his Vision Zero traffic-safety campaign is working.
Woman Tells Police She Was Raped By Cab Driver In BrooklynPolice say the man is between 20-25 years old and was driving a red mini-van at the time of the incident.
LIRR Passengers Describe Atlantic Terminal Crash As 'Total Chaos'The incident happened around 8:15 a.m. as the Far Rockaway train was pulling into the terminal.
Family, Friends Search For Brooklyn Bar Security Guard, Missing For Nearly 2 WeeksA search continued Thursday for a Brooklyn bar security guard who has not been seen in nearly two weeks.
Two 3-Year-Old Boys Found Wandering Streets Alone In Brooklyn, QueensPolice found two 3-year-old boys wandering the streets alone on two separate occasion in Brooklyn and Queens on Thursday.
NYPD Introduces New Dress Code Policies For Sikh OfficersWearing a turban is a religious requirement for Sikh men. Now, instead of fitting one uncomfortably beneath their department issued cap, Sikh police officers can simply place their shield on the turban.
Customers Wait In Long Lines For Fresh Cheese, Fish & Pasta In The BronxOne section of the city that may seem as busy as Times Square is Arthur Avenue in the Bronx.
Travelers Brace For Crowded Airports During Busy Holiday WeekendTravelers are being urged to pack extra time and patience as millions of Americans rush to be with loved ones this holiday weekend.
Fire Destroys North Bergen Furniture StoreVideo from the scene showed heavy flames and thick black smoke shooting through the roof at Kennedy Furniture on John F. Kennedy Boulevard.
Warm, Wet Weather On The Way SundayThe snow that blanketed New York City streets early Saturday morning didn't stick around long.
Shoppers Brave Snow, Crowds For Last Minute Holiday ItemsTime to shop for the holidays is running out, so there's no way a little snow and ice was going to keep people in New York away from the stores with just eight days to go until Christmas.

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