Manhattan DA Announces $58 Million Effort To Prevent CrimeManhattan District Attorney Cy Vance is awarding millions to community-based programs in an effort to prevent crime.
Cuomo Vows To Protect Affordable Care Act From Republican RollbackGovernor Andrew Cuomo has vowed to defend the Affordable Care Act from a Republican rollback.
Pedro Hernandez Convicted Of Killing Etan Patz, Boy Missing Since 1979Jurors deliberated over nine days before finding the 56-year-old guilty of murder during a kidnapping.
4 Hurt When School Bus Jumps Curb On Upper East SideIt happened around 8:15 a.m. at 85th Street and Third Avenue.
Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman's Lawyers Say Jail Conditions Are Too StrictGuzman, who has repeatedly been imprisoned and escaped in Mexico, appeared Friday in a federal court in Brooklyn.
$22 Million In Heroin, Fentanyl Seized In Bronx Drug BustAuthorities in the Bronx have taken down a major drug trafficking network, seizing 103 pounds of heroin and fentanyl, prosecutors said.
Schneiderman: 'Spectrum-Time Warner Is Ripping You Off'New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has filed a lawsuit against Charter Communications alleging that the cable and internet provider failed to deliver on promised internet speeds and reliability.
NYPD Patrol Cars To Get New Bullet-Proof Windows By Next Year, Officers To Wear Body Cams By 2019Mayor Bill de Blasio got a first-hand look at the new bullet-proof panels that will be installed on all NYPD patrol cars by next year.
Closing Arguments Begin In Retrial Of Pedro Hernandez, Accused Of Killing Etan PatzThe retrial for a man accused of killing 6-year-old Etan Patz in New York City 37 years ago is winding down.
East Harlem Toddler’s Death Ruled Homicide, Cops Seek Mother And Boyfriend For QuestioningIn another disturbing case for the NYPD, the medical examiner ruled that the death of an East Harlem toddler was homicide.
'This Is Un-American:' Bronx Leaders Vow To Challenge President Trump's Sanctuary OrderNew York City leaders are firmly against President Donald Trump's plans to cut off millions of dollars in federal funding to sanctuary cities.
Police Believe Victims Of Staten Island Double Murder 'Targeted'The double murder mystery turned the quiet Dongan Hills neighborhood into a crime scene covered with detectives.

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