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Peter Liang Terminated From NYPD Following Manslaughter Conviction In Death Of Akai GurleyPeter Liang, was found guilty of manslaughter and official misconduct in the death of Akai Gurley. Upon being convicted of a felony, Liang was automatically terminated from the NYPD.
DA: Building Owner, 4 Others Face Manslaughter, Other Charges In Deadly East Village ExplosionFive people, including the building owner, face manslaughter and other charges in connection with the blast that killed two people and left more than a dozen injured.
Jury To Decide Fate Of Rookie NYPD Officer Accused In Akai Gurley Shooting DeathA city jury continues deliberations in the trial of a police officer charged with fatally shooting an unarmed man in a public housing building stairwell in 2014.
Jury Begins Deliberating In Manslaughter Trial Of NYPD Officer Peter LiangOfficer Peter Liang is charged with manslaughter in the shooting of 28-year-old Akai Gurley in November of 2014.
18 Members Of Brooklyn Gang Indicted On Charges Of Shooting Up Streets During 'Hunting Expeditions'Eighteen alleged members of a violent street gang have been indicted for terrorizing and shooting up the streets of Brooklyn during "hunting expeditions," authorities said Wednesday.
Son Of Former Aide To NYC First Lady Pleads Not Guilty In Deadly Edgewater StabbingKhari Noerdlinger, 19, was arrested on aggravated manslaughter, possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose and hindering apprehension in the juvenile’s death, Bergen County authorities said.
Guardian Angels Return To Patrolling NYC Subways After Series Of SlashingsFounder Curtis Sliwa said there will be regular day and night patrols on the subways for the first time since 1994.
Queens Residents Still Frustrated As City Deploys Equipment To Clear Side StreetsCrews have been working steadily through the night in neighborhoods like Middle Village and Woodhaven.
De Blasio Warns New Yorkers: 'Be Ready For A Big Storm This Weekend'A blizzard watch has been issued for New York City, Long Island and parts of New Jersey from Saturday morning through Sunday afternoon with up to 12 inches of snow possible in some spots.
Police Interview Man In ISIS-Related Threat Against OfficersSources told CBS2 on Wednesday that police were interviewing a man in connection with a terror alert that went out to all officers earlier in the day.
City Pedicab Drivers Protest Over Proposed Carriage Horse PlanAngry pedicab drivers rallied at City Hall Tuesday to protest the plan, announced over the weekend by Mayor Bill de Blasio.
NYC Carriage Horse Plan Still Needs City Council ApprovalA deal to reduce the number of horse-drawn carriages and permanently move stables to Central Park will now go to the City Council for approval.

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