Weapons Seizures, Bronx School Stabbing Bring Renewed Calls For More Metal DetectorsThere was more fallout Monday, from the fatal stabbing at a Bronx school.
‘My Son Is Dead,’ Mother Recalls Final Moments With Bronx Stabbing VictimHer pain is unimaginable. A mother sent her son to school never thinking it was the last time she'd see him.
92nd Street Y's Annual Street Fest Set To Take Over Lexington AveOn Sunday, Oct 1, the 92nd Street Y will take over several blocks of Lexington Avenue with its annual Street Fest.
Worker Falls To His Death At Lower Manhattan Construction SiteA worker has died after falling from a building under construction in Lower Manhattan.
Enough Fentanyl For 32-Million Fatal Overdoses Seized In Queens RaidAuthorities found enough fentanyl for 32 million deadly overdoses in a raid on a Queens apartment, making it the largest seizure of its kind in New York City.
Spectrum Blames Mass Outage In Brooklyn On Cable Slicing VandalsThousands of Spectrum customers lost TV, internet, and phone service on Friday morning.
Resident Unnerved By Anti-Semitic Graffiti On Front Door Of Riverdale HomeThe Anti-Defamation League condemned a piece of anti-Semitic vandalism that was found spray painted across the front door of a home in the Fieldston neighborhood of Riverdale.
Tightened Security For J'Ouvert Festival Faces Mixed Reactions From Revelers In BrooklynOne of the most vibrant events in the city celebrating Caribbean culture is seeing amped up security and closed roads as police try to curb the violence that has been seen in recent years.
FDNY Chief, Family Honored For Rushing To The Rescue of Drowning SwimmerOyster Bay officials honored an FDNY chief and his family on Tuesday, for saving the life of a swimmer who was drowning in the Long Island Sound.
7-Year-Old Girl’s Cross-Country Tour To Thank Cops With Hugs Comes To Jersey CityRosalyn Baldwin, from Hammond, Louisiana, is on a mission to hug law enforcement officers around the country in all 50 states.
Officer Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Woman Inside Brooklyn CourthouseA Brooklyn court officer has been indicted on charges of official misconduct, for allegedly attacking woman in a public stairwell.
Changes Coming To Brooklyn's Annual J'Ouvert Celebration In Wake Of ViolenceNew York City officials have shifted the start of the annual festival celebrating Caribbean culture held before dawn each Labor Day on the streets of Brooklyn.

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