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Police Pored Over Hundreds of Tips and Video in Search for Avonte Oquendo

Investigators said they've looked at nearly 500 videos searching for the missing autistic teen.

Civic Center »

Stop-and-Frisk Ruling Stayed by Federal Appeals Court

Judge Shira Scheindlin, who ordered a federal monitor for the NYPD, was also removed from the case.

Long Island City »

Avonte's Mom Pleads for NYPD to Keep Searching

The family of Avonte Oquendo remain hopeful as the search for the missing teen enters its third week.

Long Island City »

NYPD Commissioner 'Not Hopeful' Missing Autistic Teen Will Be Found Alive

NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly told a news outlet he's not sure Avonte Oquendo will be found alive.

Long Island City »

Police May Scale Back Search for Missing Queens Teen, Kelly Says

The NYPD is reevaluating its search for Avonte Oquendo because there have been no credible sightings.

Upper East Side »

Columbus Day Parade Draws Crowds to Fifth Ave

Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Police Commissioner Ray Kelly and Governor Andrew Cuomo marched in the parade.

Elmhurst »

NYC Residents Planned to Send Winter Clothing to al-Qaida: DA

The defendants wired money and planned to ship clothing to the armies overseas, the Queens DA said.

Upper East Side »

Tipster Who Helped Break Baby Hope Case Didn't Reveal Mom's ID for Decade

The woman didn't share the information until she heard news reports on the anniversary of the death.

Midtown »

Lhota Accuses de Blasio of Wanting to Invite SUV-Chasing Bikers 'to Coffee'

The GOP mayoral candidate said frontrunner Bill de Blasio has no idea how to properly keep the city safe.

Rego Park »

Heartache But No Answers for Family a Year After Guardsman Killed by Cop

A year after Noel Polanco was killed by an NYPD detective, his mother and sister are still grieving.

Port Morris »

Biker Attack on SUV Was Inevitable, Uptown and Bronx Residents Say

Residents of Northern Manhattan and The Bronx have complained for years about unruly packs of riders.

Civic Center »

Bloomberg Asks Judge to Halt NYPD Monitor and Other Stop-and-Frisk Reforms

The city asked Judge Shira Scheindlin to put a stay on her earlier ruling on the police tactic.

Civic Center »

City Takes Next Step in Bid to Halt Stop-and-Frisk Rulings

The mayor's office is fighting a federal judge's ruling that found the NYPD violated rights.

Woodhaven »

Woodhaven Stabbing May Have Been Gang-Related, Cops Say

Police had originally said that Natasha Martinez, 17, was attacked at random.

Astoria »

Queens BP Candidate Peter Vallone Brands Himself as 'Superhero'

As borough president, though, Peter Vallone would be more like a cheerleader, he said.

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