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Long Island City »

Transit Group Collects Commuting Horror Stories in Push for MTA Funding

Riders Alliance will send the stories to state lawmakers, urging them to fund the MTA's capital plan.

Bayside »

Artist Paints New York Politicians, Including Gov. Cuomo, as Cats

Anthony Pego lives in Oklahoma but recently painted local New York politicians. 

East Elmhurst »

Cuomo Announces AirTrain to LaGuardia Airport from Subway, LIRR

The train will connect the aiport to the LIRR and 7 train via the Grand Central.

Midtown »

Cuomo Eyes Lifting Grand Jury Secrecy in Police Fatality Cases, Sources Say

The move would be designed to boost public confidence in the criminal justice system.

New York City »

Sandy Swept Away Man's Court Officer Dream Job

Robert Rice lost his job, his home and his hope for a better future in the storm.

New York City »

Cops Angry Over State's New Anti-Gun Laws

Law enforcement officials decry new rules that restrict ex-cops to seven-shot clips.

The Rockaways »

MTA Resurrects H Train to Aid Sandy-Stricken Rockaways

The MTA introduced temporary train shuttle service for the first time in its history.

New York City »

MTA to Consider Phasing in Subway Service

The authority is considering getting some trains at dry stations moving Wednesday.

Roosevelt Island »

FDR Memorial Park Unveiled on Roosevelt Island

The new FDR Four Freedoms Park will open to the public on Roosevelt Island next week.

East New York »

Hundreds of Juvenile Offenders Being Relocated Closer to Home

The Young Men's Initiative aims to improve outcomes for young black and Latino men.

Financial District »

Deal Reached to Resume Construction of 9/11 Memorial Museum

On the eve of the 9/11 anniversary, a deal was reached to restart construction on the Memorial Museum.

Woodside »

Sheldon Silver Wants New York to Become 'Yogurt Capital' of the World

Officials gathered in Albany for New York's first-ever "Yogurt Summit" Wednesday.

New York City »

Con Ed Ends Lockout Ahead of Severe Thunderstorm

Con Ed had announced it would allow workers to return to their posts before a storm slams New York.

Greenwich Village »

Pride Parade Celebrates First Anniversary of Gay Marriage

Hips gyrated from East 38th Street to Hudson Street Sunday for the 2012 Pride March.