Queens Accident Victims' Families Demand Street Safety UpgradeFamily members of people killed in traffic accidents joined New York City Council Majority Leader Jimmy Van Bramer in calling for street safety improvements on Thursday.
Attorney: ‘Fearless Girl’ Statue Violates Bull Sculptor’s CopyrightThe sculptor behind the famed 'Charging Bull' statue in lower Manhattan, is pleading with the city to move the 'Fearless Girl'
Suspect In NYPD Impersonation Robberies Arrested The NYPD says a man that had allegedly been posing as one of their own in a Brooklyn robbery spree is in custody
Amtrak Restores Service At Penn Station As Commuters Endure Another Morning Of DelaysThe LIRR said it will operate on a reduced morning rush-hour schedule Friday, which impacts 14 trains.
Amtrak President Apologizes To Commuters, Says Full Rail Service Expected At Penn FridayAt a news conference Thursday, Amtrak's president and CEO Wick Moorman said he wanted to personally apologize to anyone inconvenienced by Monday's derailment.
New Legislation Takes Aim At Predatory Tactics In The Used Car IndustryCity officials announced new legislation Wednesday, that takes aim at unscrupulous used car dealers.
Correction Union Leaders Blast Proposed Closure Of Rikers IslandCorrection union leaders are blasting a report recommending the closing of the troubled Rikers Island jail complex.
Man Sentenced To Life Without Parole In Fatal Shooting Of NYPD Officer Randolph HolderTyrone Howard was sentenced to life in prison Monday for killing 33-year-old Officer Randolph Holder.
City Program Will Provide Transitioning Inmates With Education, EmploymentMayor de Blasio has launched a program to transition city jail inmates out with education, a skill, and a job.
New Report Card Grades Social Media Sites On Combating Hate, Terror TalkFacebook has received high marks on a report card that grades social media organizations on how they monitor terror-related and hate postings.
Man Charged In EMT's Death Waives Court Appearance As Emergency Responders Show SolidarityThe suspect, 25-year-old Jose Gonzalez, is being held without bail. He is charged with murder, grand larceny and operation a vehicle impaired by drugs.
De Blasio: Spring Will Usher In Dozens Of Vision Zero Safety ProjectsMayor Bill de Blasio announced that city would begin work on 'dozens of Vision Zero street redesign and construction safety project' -- it's part of a $1.6-billion safety push.

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