New York Proposal Seeks Body Cameras For State PoliceA nationwide Associated Press survey found that New York State Police are the largest primary state law enforcement agency not equipped with cameras.
Brooklyn Lawmaker Introduces Bill Giving Prison Inmates The Right To Vote In New YorkState Sen. Kevin Parker of Brooklyn has introduced legislation that would give inmates still serving time inside the state’s prison system the right to vote in all elections.
Dem. State Senator Slammed For 'Kill Yourself!' Tweet To GOP AideKevin Parker's (D-21st) of Brooklyn, quickly deleted the tweet, but not before screenshots of the abusive message were circulated on Twitter.
New York Legislators To Push For Criminal Justice ReformsTwo dozen black and Hispanic state legislators promised Wednesday to press for New York criminal justice reforms, citing recent police killings of unarmed young men in the U.S.
Bloomberg Unveils Plans To Convert Kingsbridge Armory Into Massive Skating RinkThe 750,000-square-foot project is to include nine rinks on two levels. One rink would be designed to host hockey tournaments and ice shows.
City Leaders Call For Task Force In Tracking Down So-Called 'Numbers Killer' SuspectState Senators Eric Adams and Kevin Parker, along with City Councilman Jumaane Williams called for the assistance of FBI profiling experts to track down whoever is responsible for these apparently linked killings, they announced on Sunday.
Hockey Arena Planned For Kingsbridge Armory In The BronxNew York Rangers legend Mark Messier and Olympic gold medalist figure skater Sarah Hughes of Long Island have big dreams for the Kingsbridge Armony, which is currently a vacant fortress.
22-Year-Old New York State Senate Candidate Defends Hot Pink Campaign WebsiteThe 22-year-old Touro College law student from Brooklyn has a hot pink website with the slogan, "I'm Senator And I Know It" -- a spin on the hit LMFAO song "I'm Sexy and I Know It."
Convicted NY State Senator Loses 1 Leader PostNew York state Sen. Kevin Parker, who was convicted of a misdemeanor in a confrontation with a press photographer, has lost one of his leadership posts but keeps another one worth $9,000.
Rangel Wins Primary Despite Ethics Charges Voters have given embattled Harlem Rep. Charles Rangel another chance even though he faces more than a dozen ethics charges in Congress.