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SoHo »

Man Who Confessed to Killing Etan Patz Will Face Trial

There is sufficient evidence against Pedro Hernandez for the case against him to be heard, a judge ruled.

SoHo »

Suspect in Patz Case Released From Prison, Then Rearrested

Jose Ramos, a suspect in the disappearance of Etan Patz, served 27 years for molesting two other boys.

New York City »

Cops Find Only Garbage After Unsealing Coal Room in Etan Patz Search

Cops cut into a coal room in 448 West Broadway to search for clues in the Etan Patz case.

Concourse »

Cop Who Sparked Ticket-Fixing Scandal Charged in Murder Conspiracy

Jose Ramos and his wife Wanda Abreu were charged with conspiracy to commit murder.

SoHo »

It's 'Premature' to Say Pedro Hernandez Killed Etan Patz, DA Says

Manhattan DA Cy Vance said it was too early to say whether Pedro Hernandez killed Etan Patz.

SoHo »

Etan Patz's Family Skeptical About Alleged Killer's Confession, Sources Say

Wary after hearing several confessions in the past, Etan Patz's family doubts Pedro Hernandez's story.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Etan Patz Search Temporarily Suspended at SoHo Building

The "stain of interest" was found at 127 Prince St., where the FBI is searching for Etan Patz. 

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Etan Patz Investigators Begin Digging for Remains in SoHo Basement

FBI and NYPD remove concrete slabs from Prince Street basement in search for Etan Patz's body .

Manhattan »

Cops Suspected in Ticket-Fixing Scandal Face Bronx Judge

Hundreds of cops jammed the streets around the Bronx Hall of Justice in support of the 16 officers, sergeants and lieutenant who were indicted in the ticket-fixing scandal.

Manhattan »

17 Cops Indicted in Ticket-Fixing Probe, Face Arrest Next Week

Murray Weiss reports that the 17 cops who faced ticket-fixing criminal charges have been indicted and are expected to be arrested next week.

Manhattan »

Wait Continues for 17 Cops Targeted by Ticket Fixing Probe

Murray Weiss reports that 17 cops who face criminal charges in the NYPD's ticket-fixing scandal spent another day awaiting word on their fates.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Morningside Heights Nursing Home Aide Sentenced for Abusing Patient

The aide was sentenced to seven years for attacking a disabled stroke victim in a Morningside Heights nursing home.

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