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   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 —...
 New NYPD officers salute at their graduation ceremony in December.  They’re New York’s Nicest. City cops have racked up fewer complaints from citizens so far this year compared to the same period in 2014, with some of the biggest drops involving...
   The note believed to be left by two convicted murderers who used power tools to cut through steel pipes at a maximum-security prison in Dannemora, New York, near the Canadian border, and escaped through a manhole. New York Gov....
   Kalief Browder committed suicide in his family's Bronx apartment after he spent three years as a teen in Rikers Island enduring guard beatings and solitary confinement without ever being convicted. Browder hung himself with a cord. A Bronx man who...
   Police say this man followed a woman into her Gramercy apartment and tried to rape her Saturday morning. A 25-year-old woman managed to fight off a creep who followed her into her Manhattan apartment and tried to rape her early...
   Linda Chaplin of Harlem is worried that the rising cost of rent will force people who grew up in her neighborhood to move out. Rent in Harlem has soared a whopping 90% since 2002. The rent is too damn high. Rent...
   Five people were injured when an out-of-control driver slammed a mini van through the front display window of a Queens supermarket on Tuesday, police said. The driver of the gray minivan, drove straight at the front window of the Pathmark...
   The 8-year-old son of a former MTA bus driver told his dad that he “broke his heart” when he killed his mother. In an emotional statement read Tuesday during the Queens Supreme Court sentencing of Carlos Evelyn, the child’s heartache...
   CHELSEA — The Department of Sanitation is replacing Chelsea's worn wire baskets with larger cans. City Councilman Corey Johnson allocated $70,000 for new green metal bins and more frequent waste pickups across Chelsea, Greenwich Village and Hell's Kitchen. He unveiled...
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