Cameras, Laptop Stolen From Charity Group's Van In The BronxThousands of dollars worth of equipment was stolen from a van belonging to a charity organization dedicated to helping homeless veterans.
Trump Talks Russia, Obamacare, Border Wall, 'Fake News' And More In Press ConferenceThe incoming president, in his first news conference since late July, firmly pushed back on the media reports that Russia had obtained compromising personal and financial information about him.
Baby Girl Fights For Her Life After Being Found With Broken Bones In The BronxThe child's mother and father have both been taken in for questioning. No one has been charged with a crime as yet.
Feds To New Jersey: Blue Lines Painted In Support Of Law Enforcement May Confuse DriversMunicipalities across New Jersey that have chosen to honor law enforcement by adding a streak of blue to the middle of their roads have been advised by federal officials to stop the practice.
Early Morning Fire Rips Through 3-Story Building In The BronxThe three-alarm fire broke out in the basement of a restaurant called the Lotus Flame around 2 a.m. on Morris Park Avenue.
2 Men Arrested Following Police-Involved Shooting On Staten IslandIt all happened around 1:10 a.m. Thursday as an NYPD sergeant and a police officer were responding to calls about shots fired in the Charleston section.
LIRR Train Crashes Into Atlantic Terminal In Brooklyn After Operator Doesn't StopMore than 100 people were hurt Wednesday when a Long Island Rail Road train hit a bumping block at the end of a track at Atlantic Terminal in Brooklyn.
2 Men Dead In Separate Police-Involved Shootings In BrooklynThe shootings happened within a span of six hours and just miles apart in Brooklyn.
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.
Search On For Suspects In $6 Million Midtown Jewelry HeistIt happened around 10 p.m. Saturday as thousands of officers watched over revelers packed into Times Square for New Year's Eve.
Bigotry At The Bistro? Bartender Claims Boss At Bagatelle Said He Looked Like ‘Gay Porn Star’A Meatpacking District brunch spot could be met with a hefty judgement if one employee gets his way.
After Nearly 80 Years, Carnegie Deli To Serve Its Last Oversized SandwichThe restaurant on 7th Avenue is scheduled to close at midnight after a last full day of business Friday.

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