The 14-year-old girl was shot in the leg while she was walking home from Benjamin Bennett High School.
An 11-year-old boy was struck and injured by a Metropolitan Transportation Authority bus in Brooklyn Sunday afternoon.
A 23-year-old Brooklyn man is dead, after his car slammed into the back of an MTA bus in Cypress Hills.
A 76-year-old man was shocked Wednesday night than an assailant would brutally attack him after he was only trying to wake a child who was with the attacker on a subway train.
The NYPD said the uniformed officers were on patrol when they saw two men banging on a lobby vestibule door at the Cypress Hills housing complex, so they stopped to see what was going on.
Police have launched a search for four teenage boys and/or young men who set up meetings on Facebook with younger boys, only to rob them when the meetings took place.
The Cypress Hills Local Development Corporation set up a fundraiser, which has already pulled in nearly $3,000 to help keep the music program.
It took 200 firefighters and 54 units more than 15 hours to battle the blaze at the old commercial building on Atlantic Street in Cypress Hills.
A sharp-eyed cabbie spotted the 2-year-old wearing nothing more than a diaper around 2 a.m. in Cypress Hills.
Police say an off-duty cop witnessed the driver of another car take off on foot after slamming his car into a divider and then a light pole near Jamaica Avenue.
He valiantly captured the alleged gunman who shot and killed his partner and on Friday, the NYPD honored its newest detective.
A Brooklyn gun buyback conducted on Saturday netted 182 weapons. The count includes 58 semi-automatic handguns, 1 sawed-off shotgun, 2 assault rifles, and a variety of other firearms
Those who turn in working guns will receive a $200 bank card, no questions asked and you do not have to give your name.
Though the suspects were not required to appear in court, they showed up and were met by a sea of blue.
When asked how his union and other police officers would respond following such a tragic loss, PBA head Pat Lynch responded, saying they would “step in where Peter would have been” and “try to be the shoulder to cry on.”