Brooklyn Professor Found Beaten, Stabbed To Death Inside His Own Home, Sources SayPolice said they found 28-year-old Mirzo Atadzhanov covered in blood in a closet. He was charged with murder and burglary.
Legal Secretary Amasses $9 Million Fortune, Gives Most Of It To StudentsA legal secretary who grew up in the Great Depression and quietly amassed over $9 million through decades of investments has donated most of it to needy students.
‘You Just Don’t Know What To Expect:’ Subway Attacks Leave Straphangers On EdgeThe NYPD insists the number of reported crimes on the subway is down 9.5 percent over last year. Still, many riders are uneasy.
Spring Storm: Man Struck By Lightning, Subway Stairs Become Waterfall, Flooding Reported Across New YorkVideo posted on social media showed the subway stairs at the 145th Street and Broadway subway station turned into a waterfall.
'Fair Fare' Proposal Pushes For Half-Priced MetroCards For Low-Income New YorkersA coalition of community leaders and lawmakers called for half-priced MetroCards for low income New Yorkers in the upcoming budget.
Critics Skeptical Of NYC's Long-Awaited Congestion Pricing PlanCongestion pricing is about to get its first real road test in Midtown Manhattan, but the roll-out is ripe with concerns and complaints.
NYPD: Officers Told Man To 'Drop It' Before Deadly Police-Involved ShootingPolice initially said officers had to make a split-second decision when they pulled up to Montgomery Street and Utica Avenue, where 34-year-old Saheed Vassell was shot and killed Wednesday night.
Students Explore Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Legacy At Special Exhibition On UWSFifty years ago, the man who dared to dream of racial equality was gunned down outside a motel in Memphis, Tennessee. But Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. brought generational change that carries on today.
Jewish Passover Celebration Begins At Sundown, Commemorating Liberation From Slavery In EgyptThe eight-day celebration marks the liberation of the Jewish people from slavery in Egypt more than 3,000 years ago. 
Students Prepare For Passover With Model Seder In New RochellePassover commemorates the freedom of the Jews from slavery in ancient Egypt more than 3,000 years ago.
Fake Deliverymen Take Nearly $200,000 In Loot And Cash In Mill Basin Home InvasionNearly $200,000 worth of cash and jewels were taken during a home invasion in Brooklyn.
LI Man Creates Dazzling Light Display To Help Make Boy’s Christmas Wish Come TrueThe 60-year-old Santa of sorts from East Patchogue hopes to raise enough donations to send a 9-year-old boy with a life-threatening chronic kidney disease on his dream trip.

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