Afters weeks of deliberations, a mistrial was declared in the Etan Patz Case.
The taxi driver was hit with a $500 fine for striking 9-year-old Cooper Stock last year.
A model tied to Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi claimed Weinstein grabbed her breasts and thighs.
DA Cyrus Vance Jr. kept his 2009 campaign promise to open an Uptown office.
James Dixon was indicted for killing Nettles in Harlem nearly two years ago.
Up to 50 inspectors and contractors were expected to be arrested Tuesday, sources said.
Sixteen employees of HBD and DOB received cash, cruises and cars to erase building code violations.
Gigi Jordan was convicted of manslaughter Wednesday, but was not convicted of murder.
Rachel Noerdlinger was required to disclose her relationship to the Department of Investigation.
Two companies allegedly hired people off Craiglist to forge safety reports at construction sites.
Said Salim, 42, told investigators that he had probable cause to arrest two men during a stop in Harlem.
Javon Burgess, 36, sold guns to an undercover detective outside the Bronx Zoo five separate times.
In memory of two volunteer officers killed in 2007, state Sen. Brad Hoylman wants a new law.
Sam Esposito had been accused of making anti-Semitic remarks in a separate incident.
Michael Pena's lawyer said mobsters, terrorists and serial killers get less time in prison than he did.
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