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   Five arrested during anti-cop protest at Rockefeller CenterPhoto: AP Five protesters rallying against the police shooting death of a Chicago teenager were arrested Monday night near the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree. Four women and a man were busted at around 10...
   The city’s oldest standing bridge reopened on Tuesday, connecting Manhattan and the Bronx again for the first time since it was closed in the early 1970s. The High Bridge, which gives scenic views of the Harlem River to pedestrians and...
   Tayloni Mazyck outside her home in Bed-Stuy Monday. A 13-year-old girl who was left paralyzed by a stray bullet fired by a Brooklyn gang member faced her shooter in court Monday as he was sentenced to 17 years in prison. Tayloni...
   MANHATTAN — All eyes will be on Albany next week when the city's rent regulation laws and its 421a program giving tax abatements for new projects are set to expire. Both programs focus on maintaining or creating affordable housing —...
   Billions of dollars in repairs for the MTA have yet to be assigned to projects, according to a new report. Billions of dollars worth of repairs to the transit system in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy have yet to be...
   A Bronx ex-con with a long rap sheet — including a conviction for trying to kill a cop — died shortly after police used a Taser on him Monday while he was armed with scissors, authorities said. Mario Ocasio, 51,...
   More people are surviving being run over by 100-ton subway trains, statistics show. The number of riders hit by trains this year has soared almost 20 percent over last year, from 63 to 74 through the end of May —...
   An artist's rendering of Building 77, which is expected to create a total of 3,000 jobs in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. If all goes to plan, the Brooklyn Navy Yard will be home to 15,000 new manufacturing jobs by the...
   MANHATTAN — Parents will soon be able to track their kids' grades, attendance, state test scores and other information through an online report card that can be accessed from their mobile phones, tablets and desktops, Department of Education officials...
    Officials announced at a press conference at City Hall that door alarms will be installed at almost all New York City schools this year, as a result of Officials announced at a press conference at City Hall that door...
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