Bronx Karate Instructor Accused Of Sexually Abusing 7-Year-Old StudentA karate instructor in the Bronx was under arrest, accused of sexually abusing a child.
Senate Vote To Prevent Government Shutdown FailsA Republican-backed short-term spending bill to fund the government failed to pass the Senate on Friday night.
Extra Security In Place At New Rochelle High School Following 3 Violent Incidents Involving StudentsA forum is expected to be held at the school next week to specifically address additional security measures.
Man Hailed As Hero After Saving Woman From LIRR TracksA man is being called a hero for helping a woman who fell onto the tracks after she was attacked at a Long Island Rail Road station.
'A Beautiful Surprise': Teen With Special Needs Gets Gift Of Custom BicycleChildren with disabilities often need custom bikes, which can be expensive. 15-year-old Diego Munoz's face lit up with a bright smile when received his as a special, donated gift.
Task Force Unveils Manhattan Congestion Pricing PlanThe panel wants to charge drivers a fee to enter Manhattan south of 60th Street and will affect cars, trucks, taxis and all for-hire vehicles. 
One Man's Trash: Stop 'N' Swaps Offer New Yorkers A Different Way To RecycleThe old adage "one man's trash is another man's treasure" holds especially true at Stop 'N' Swaps, where discarded items that get dropped off are up for grabs. 
Demanding Answers: What’s Next For Residents Of Unsafe Bowery Building?Dozens of families have been forced out into the cold with nowhere to go because of safety concerns in their building.
Police Searching For Woman Caught On Video Stealing Tip Jars On Staten IslandPolice on Staten Island are searching for a woman who's allegedly been stealing tip jars.
Bed Bath & Beyond Announces Hudson Comforter Recall Due To MoldThe recall covers comforters sold between August 24, 2017 and Oct. 17, 2017. 
Officials: Identical Twins Found Dead In Brooklyn HomePolice found the badly decomposed bodies inside a building on Union Street at around 2:30 p.m. Friday. 
Woman Gets a Chance To Thank Firefighter Who Saved Her Life 16 Years AgoIt doesn’t happen often, but this woman was given a chance to thank the firefighter who saved her life 16 years ago.

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