Suspect Sought For Robbing Chase Bank In Midtown EastJust before 2 p.m., cops say the man passed a note to a teller at a Chase Bank on 3rd Avenue near East 56th Street demanding money.
Construction Worker Found Dead Inside Elevator Shaft In Hell's KitchenFire and police units responded reports of an unconscious person at 555 10th Ave. around 7:15 a.m.
Teens Wanted String Of Duane Reade Toothbrush RobberiesPolice say the suspects hit at least four Duane Reade stores along the East Side in April.
Cops: Wrong-Way Driver Attempting To Evade Police Strikes Cyclist In Midtown ManhattanPolice say around 7:30 p.m. a sports utility vehicle turned off of 34th Street and began driving the wrong way on 7th Avenue, striking the cyclist.
Several Hurt, Including Eight Firefighters, In West Village 2-Alarm FireFDNY crews responded to reports of a fire in the mixed use residential building on Hudson Street just before 3:30 p.m.
Ballet Dancer Hailed As A Hero After Saving Man Pushed Onto Subway TracksAs a dancer with the American Ballet Theater, Grey Davis is paid to perform amazing leaps and lifts. This week, he's being lauded for a lift of a different kind.
Woman Slashed Aboard Subway In Midtown Manhattan; Suspect ArrestedPolice say the woman was slashed following an argument with another woman while aboard a northbound number 5 train just before 11 a.m.
Empire State Building Turns Tower Lights Off In Solidarity With Victims In Manchester AttackThe lights of the Colosseum in Rome and the Eiffel Tower in Paris were also dimmed Tuesday in remembrance of the victims in Monday's attack.
NYC Drivers Say Miles Of New Bike Lanes Leading To Traffic HeadachesIf you ask drivers, many will tell you it's become chaos in New York city because of miles and miles of bike lanes popping up in recent years.
Lawyers: NYPD Body Camera Policy 'Flawed,' Needs Federal ReviewPolice are set to deploy the first of 5,000 cameras at the end of the month.
Women's Groups: O'Reilly May Be Out, But Story Far From OverPressure on the network to fire O’Reilly had been mounting since the New York Times published a detailed report earlier this month of $13 million in settlements paid to five former employees by O’Reilly and Fox News.
Officials To Unveil 2nd Phase Of Penn Station-Moynihan Train Hall ComplexThe multi-phase project will transform the landmark Farley Post Office building into a new Manhattan home for Amtrak.

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