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Elmhurst »

Video Shows Suspect Running from Scene of Daytime Killing, Police Say

Police released surveillance video from the Aug. 22 attack on Broadway.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Broadway Performers Find Strongest Love Backstage

Performing artists say the Great White Way can create the perfect environment for dating and love.

Inwood »

Inwood Mexican Restaurant La Pinata Closes

The popular Mexican restaurant closed on July 29, slightly more than a year after opening. 

Elmhurst »

Thai Chef at New Elmhurst Restaurant Got Cooking Tips from 'Soup Nazi'

The chef at Paet Rio has successful restaurants in Manhattan but has a more authentic menu in Queens.

Union Square »

Marchers Take to New York Streets to Protest Ferguson Shooting

Thousands of people marched up city streets to protest the shooting of Michael Brown.

Upper West Side »

Amsterdam Avenue Speed Limit Set to Drop to 25 MPH in Slow Zone

The speed limit along 134 blocks of Amsterdam Avenue will be reduced to 25 mph this November. 

Upper West Side »

MAP: 10 Most Dangerous Intersections for Pedestrians on the UWS

The data showed that failure to yield was the second leading cause of crashes. 

Washington Heights »

Broadway Slow Zone Begins Monday

Drivers will have to slow to 25 mph on Broadway from Columbus Circle to 220th Street.

Upper West Side »

Ex-Boyfriend Sexually Assaults Woman on UWS, Police Say

The woman was attacked on Broadway at 96th Street Wednesday, police said.

Washington Heights »

6-Foot-9 Rapist Arrested After Washington Heights Attack, Police Say

Jean Rodriguez was arrested Thursday after following a woman and attacking her in her home, police said.

Bed-Stuy »

Officer Arrests Three and Finds Loaded Gun on 1-Year NYPD Anniversary

A rookie officer caught three men, one of which had a loaded gun, in Bed-Stuy.

Upper West Side »

Mom Arrested After Abandoning Baby on Subway Platform, NYPD Says

Frankea Aleasha-Dabbs left her baby in a stroller at the Columbus Circle platform, police said.

Upper West Side »

Bookstore Workers Walk Off Job to Protest Fired Colleagues

Book Culture employees walked out of their jobs Wednesday to protest recent firings over a union vote.

SoHo »

'Wild Man of SoHo' Was Increasingly Hostile Before Scissors Attack: Locals

Residents said not enough was done to keep Richard Pearson, 49, off the streets.

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