Councilman: More Than A Dozen Girls Reported Missing In The Bronx In Past 2 YearsCity Councilman Andy King (D-12th) was sounding the alarm Thursday, with more than a dozen girls having been reported missing in the Bronx in the last two years.
Petition Calls On MTA To Ban Alcohol AdsThere's a push to get rid of alcohol ads on city subways.
NJ Assembly Approves Proposal To Hike Gas Tax, Cut Sales TaxWith Republican Gov. Chris Christie's support, the Democrat-led Assembly has passed sweeping legislation to hike the state's gasoline tax by 23 cents per gallon, while cutting the sales tax from 7 to 6 percent.
Britons In New York City Sound Off On Brexit VoteBritish nationals and others in New York City are reacting after waking up to the news that the United Kingdom has voted to leave the European Union following a bitterly divisive referendum campaign.
NFL, Cirque Du Soleil To Team Up For Times Square ExhibitThe NFL is teaming up with Cirque du Soleil to create a new exhibit in Times Square.
Residents Concerned After Brooklyn Home Under Construction Slips Off FoundationCrews worked overnight to demolish the home on Beacon Court in Gerritsen Beach.
Trump Attacks Clinton's Record, Calls Her 'World Class Liar'In a speech Wednesday at his hotel in SoHo, the presumptive Republican nominee said the country's problems "can only be fixed by me,'' and not Clinton.
GOP Senator Seeks Bipartisan Support For No-Fly List Gun BanA moderate Republican senator is seeking support from both parties for a compromise to block guns from suspected terrorists.
4 NYPD Officers, 2 Others Charged In Corruption ProbeThe officers have been identified in court documents as Deputy Chief Michael Harrington, Deputy Inspector James Grant, Officer Richard Ochetal and Sgt. David Villanueva.
Greenwich Village Street Renamed In Honor Of Founder Of NYPD's Gay Officers Action LeagueOn Friday, the rainbow banner flew alongside the NYPD and American flags as the street sign honoring Sgt. Charles Cochrane was unveiled at Washington Place and Sixth Avenue.
Albany Lawmakers Seek Compromises To End 2016 SessionLawmakers had planned to adjourn Thursday but couldn't agree on the renewal of a policy giving Mayor Bill de Blasio control of New York City schools.
De Blasio Releases New Renderings Of Proposed Citywide Ferry SystemThe new system will provide service at 21 landings across six different routes and will integrate existing service from the East River Ferry system.

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