As the lawsuit filed by Assemblymembers Nicole Malliotakis and Ron Castorina against the city over the de Blasio administration’s IDNYC progr
Separate police-involved shootings left two men dead several hours apart on Tuesday night and Wednesday morning, authorities say.
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The NYPD presented 2016's crime statistics Wednesday at the Brooklyn Museum.
Sean Richardson-Daniel threatened a stop work order unless he was paid $15,000, officials said.
Statistics released on Wednesday show that 2016 was New York City’s safest year since the city began keeping records on crime.
More than 100 people were injured when a Long Island Rail Road commuter train crashed and derailed Wednesday morning at the Atlantic Terminal hub in Downtown Brooklyn.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo's bold proposal to offer free tuition to undergraduates attending schools in the State University of New York and City University of New York systems is earning him straight A's from Brooklyn lawmakers. Under Cuomo's plan, announced on Jan. 3, students whose families earn less than $125,000 a year would be eligible for free tuition and state and city colleges and universities.
Sean Marks and his family lived in the six-bedroom mansion for less than four months before moving out.
Jackson Heights and Bushwick are among areas seeing more wealthy renters, a study found.
Acting Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez on Wednesday announced that a 31-year-old Flatbush man has been sentenced to 23 years to life
News 12 Brooklyn asked residents to tell about their favorite way to eat spaghetti.
BROOKLYN, N.Y.: A New York City commuter train derailed at a Brooklyn terminal after ramming into a bumper during Wednesday's morning rush hour, leaving more than 100 people with non-life-threatening injuries, city officials said. Dozens of emergency crews swarmed Atlantic Terminal after the Long Island Railroad train went off the tracks inside the busy transportation hub at about 8:30 a.m. local time, the New York City Fire Department said.
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See this story at BrooklynDaily.com.By Laura AmatoBrooklyn DailyNew Year, new Loughlin. The Bishop Loughlin girls’ basketball team struggled early in the season, but the Lady Lions are hoping to turn a page after the calendar flipped to 2017. The squad got off to a solid start on Jan. 2, taking down St. Joseph Hill 79–70 in a non-league matchup. “Hopefully it can make us play this way all the time,” Loughlin coach Chez Williams said of the win. “We can’t afford to take off plays — everything we do has to be consistent, and it has to be team-oriented.” The squad (2–5) came out firing on all cylinders, jumping out to a 23–16 …
A Brooklyn-based civil rights attorney and former Assistant District Attorney (ADA) Marc Fliedner announced on Wednesday that he has filed th
A Long Island Rail Road commuter train crashed at Atlantic Terminal in Brooklyn, New York, Wednesday morning, injuring 103 passengers, officials said. The worst injury is believed to be a broken leg, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said at a news conference Wednesday morning.
Mayor de Blasio held a separate press conference on NYPD statistics just a mile away from the scene.
See this story at BrooklynDaily.com.By Laura AmatoBrooklyn DailyIt was a headline-making year in Brooklyn high-school sports. There were championships and crushing defeats, a mixture of highs and lows that made the last 366 days (it was a leap year!) nothing short of memorable. Courier Life is taking a look back at the year in sports across Kings County — here’s the best of the best from 2016: Athletes of the Year Shamorie Ponds, Jefferson basketball The Orange Wave star wrapped…
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See this story at BrooklynPaper.com.By Colin MixsonBrooklyn PaperA police officer shot and killed an 18-year-old in Prospect Heights after cops claim the teen turned a .38 caliber revolver on officers on Atlantic Avenue in the early morning hours of Jan. 4, authorities say. Three plain clothes officers were driving on patrol near Grand Street when they heard shots ring out at 3:40 am, and found Vinegar Hill resident Joshua Martino firing the pistol inside a nearby bar, according to a report. After the police piled out of their vehicle and announced themselves, they say Martino made …
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See this story at BrooklynDaily.com.By Julianne CubaBrooklyn DailyPolice shot and killed a Canarsie man because he lunged at them with a kitchen knife inside his E. 99th Street home on Jan. 3. Officers responded to a 911 call that 63-year-old James Owens was acting in a “non-violent emotionally disturbed” manner at his home between Flatlands Avenue and Avenue J at about 9:30 pm. Owens’s sister let the officers in, but then Owens emerged from a back room, grabbed a 13-inch knife from the kitchen, and made for the police, authorities claim. One of the cops fired a Taser, but it “…
On Saturday, when the clock struck midnight and 2016 officially ended, many Americans were eager to see the close of a year that brought abou