Queens Lawmaker Suggests Fast Lanes At NYC Bridges, Tunnels For Drivers Willing To PayThe plan would charge motorists for faster travel on bridges and highways that are already tolled.
NYPD: Woman Attacks 12-Year-Old Boy With His Own Hockey Stick In Staten Island ParkThe incident happened on April 13 as the boy and his friends were playing street hockey in a park near Crispi Lane on Staten Island.
Official Says No Signs Of Trauma On Prince's Body; Fan Tributes Continue To Pour InPrince's death Thursday sparked an outpouring of grief from fans, with tributes popping up around the country.
Postal Worker Sues NYPD For $100 Million After Detectives Allegedly Beat HimA U.S. postal worker is filing a lawsuit against the NYPD, after two officers were indicted for allegedly assaulting him.
No Jail Time For Ex-NYPD Officer Peter Liang In Stairwell Shooting Death Of Akai GurleyA rookie police officer is learning his fate following his manslaughter conviction in the accidental shooting death of an unarmed man in a darkened stairwell in Brooklyn.
Judge Denies Motion To Toss Manslaughter Conviction For Officer Peter LiangA judge on Thursday ruled against a motion to toss the conviction for former NYPD police officer Peter Liang.
Police: Woman Fights Off Attacker In Attempted Rape In The BronxA woman fought off a would-be rapist during an early morning attack in the Bronx, police said.
Water Main, Steam Leak Closes Street In MidtownThe leak took place at around 9:30 a.m. in front of 106 West 58th Street near 6th Avenue.
Animal Advocates Wonder Why Just Pups Stores Still In Business After Abuse ClaimsQuestions were mounting Thursday about how a New Jersey pet store owner was still in business, after being accused of keeping puppies in horrible conditions.
Driver Walks Away Without A Scratch After Massive Tree Crashes Down Seconds Before CollisionDashcam video caught a massive tree crashing on a two-lane roadway in New Jersey, leaving a truck with nowhere to go.
Controversy Brewing After United Nations Censors 'Israel Matters' ExhibitBefore the exhibit went public, the UN banned three out of 13 panels on Zionism, Jerusalem, and Arab Israelies, calling them "inappropriate."
Lawmakers Finalizing Deal To Move Mini-Casino From Belmont To AqueductState lawmakers in Albany are finalizing a deal that moves a proposed mini casino from Belmont Racetrack to Aqueduct.

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