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Two held for shooting of Brooklyn baby in pushchair Police have arrested Daquan Breland in connection with the shooting death of a toddler in New York Two men have been arrested in connection with the shooting death of a baby in a pushchair a week
A 29-year-old man falls after leap from the Manhattan side of the Brooklyn Bridge and survives. A distraught man looking to end his pain jumped from the Brooklyn Bridge late Wednesday afternoon, but survived the plunge, police said.
Anthony Weiner Puts On His Best Jamaican' Accent During West Indian Day Parade The last event former sexting Congressman Anthony Weiner should attend is a parade with tons of half-naked women...You know, because of his past sexting scandals, which at
3 September 2013 92 shares 7 View comments A fascinating new interactive map allows users to block-by-block compare the New York City of 1836 with the bustling modern metropolis that it is today. Back in 1836, New York was a much simpler construct
An official from the city's Department of Transportation is scheduled to check out the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge, after another fire took place on the span Monday morning. The fire department says a truck caught fire right before 10 a.m., but it is
Baby in pushchair shot dead in Brooklyn, New York New York police are hunting for a gunman who shot dead a baby in a pushchair. Antiq Hennis, one, was shot in the face as gunfire rang out in the Brownsville area of Brooklyn at 19:20 on Sunday evening
Todd Maisel/New York Daily News The Meat Barn Market on Nostrand Avenue and Avenue H, in business since 1975, whihc was recently purchased by Brooklyn College. Brooklyn College is moving ahead with plans to convert a butcher shop with mob ties into a
A group based in Queens and Brooklyn is trying to salvage everyday items that are usually tossed curbside so they can be reused...Inside a warehouse in Astoria, what could have been thrown into a dump somewhere is instead ready to have a new life. "
The Trust for Public Land and the Friends of the QueensWay announced Tuesday two New York firms have been chosen to create a design and feasibility plan that will transform 3.5 miles of the old Rockaway Beach Rail Line into an elevated park. The