Proposed 'Wall Of Shame' Could Help Subway Riders Identify Convicted Sex OffendersOn Monday Vallone will introduce a resolution to the City Council that will call for a 'wall of shame'; pictures of convicted sex offenders would be posted in the stations where attacks have occurred, and in stations near the offenders' homes.
Politicians, Public React To Ed Koch FuneralBagpipes played Monday as the casket of late former Mayor Ed Koch was carried out of Temple Emanu-El on the shoulders of NYPD pall-bearers and and was followed by mourners both connected and common.
Former NYC Mayor Ed Koch Dead At 88Spokesman George Arzt said Koch died at 2 a.m. at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia hospital of congestive heart failure. The funeral will be Monday at Temple Emanu-El in Manhattan.
City Council Considers New Rules For NYPD's Stop-And-Frisk PolicyNew York City police stops of hundreds of thousands of people each year are in the spotlight as city lawmakers consider setting new rules for the NYPD's stop-and-frisk practice.
De Blasio To NYPD: Start Providing Data On Crime In ParksNew York City Public Advocate Bill de Blasio is calling on the NYPD to provide data on crime in parks, in order to help prevent another sexual assault.
Lawmakers, Victims Want 'Subway Grinders' Labeled As Sex Offenders The lewd act involves rubbing up against unassuming commuters and now local lawmakers are demanding stronger penalties for convicted grinders.
Proposed Animal Abuse Registry Would Seek To Protect Pets From Abusive OwnersAn East Harlem man arrested for savagely beating his dog in an elevator, and an Astoria man who threw a Shar Pei out of a window are just two examples of shocking cases of animal abuse in the city.
Pigs Beware: Queens Councilman Peter Vallone Vows To Find YouQueens Councilman Peter Vallone got his hands dirty yesterday digging through a city garbage can on Astoria Boulevard to find out who illegally dumped household trash into the container.

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