Wake Held For Brooklyn District Attorney Kenneth ThompsonA wake was held Friday for Brooklyn District Attorney Kenneth Thompson, who died Sunday after a hard fought battle with cancer.
Deadly Car Crashes Involving Teen Drivers On RiseExperts blame the spike on factors like speeding, distracted driving, lack of attention and lack of experience.
Italian Pride On Display At NYC's Annual Columbus Day ParadeThe parade kicked off at 11:30 a.m. on Fifth Ave at 44th Street, making its way north to 72nd St.
Girl Scouts Seek To Have Women Added To Bronze Statues In Central ParkThe Girl Scouts have joined an effort to break the bronze ceiling in Central Park.
James: ‘Struggle For Justice Continues,’ Public Advocate Says City Must Carry On Thompson’s WorkPublic Advocate Letitia James said it's critical that the city continues to carry out Thompson's work -- vindicating the wrongfully convicted, and not prosecuting low level marijuana offenses.
Mount Vernon Community Activist Claims He Was Targeted By Local Officials After Car Catches FireA Mount Vernon man claims he was targeted by local officials for his community activism after his car suspiciously caught fire Friday.
Schumer: Overhaul NRC Licensing For Radioactive MaterialsU.S. Sen. Charles Schumer is calling on the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to overhaul its licensing protocol for obtaining radioactive materials, citing a recent report that a fictitious company got a license for enough material for a dirty bomb.
AP Source: Agency Found NJ TRANSIT Violations Months Before Hoboken CrashFederal rail officials found dozens of violations during an audit focusing on NJ TRANSIT's safety and operations, months before a commuter train crashed, a U.S. official told The Associated Press on Saturday.
Nigro: Fallen FDNY Battalion Chief Michael Fahy A 'Rising Star'Michael Fahy, a 17-year veteran, was a father of three children and was the son of a fire chief.
Hofstra Prepares On Eve Of First Debate Between Trump, ClintonThe eyes of the nation and much of the world will focus on the debate stage at Hofstra University in Hempstead, Long Island Monday night.
Schumer: Photo, Video Must Be Added To Wireless Emergency AlertsU.S. Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) said Sunday that emergency alerts, such as the one urging cellphone users to be on the lookout for the Chelsea and New Jersey bombing suspect, need to include photos.
1 Held, 2 More Sought In Violent Yonkers Home InvasionYonkers police had a 42-year-old man in custody late Friday, and were searching for two other suspects, after a violent home invasion.

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