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Brooklyn Saw More Seniors Killed by Cars Than Other Boroughs, Study Finds

More than 200 pedestrians ages 60 and older were killed in Brooklyn over 10 years, a study found.

Coney Island »

City Lifts No-Swim Advisory at Five Public Beaches

A day after finding the water had high levels of contamination, officials lifted the warning Thursday.

Coney Island »

No-Swim Advisory Issued for 5 Public Beaches Amid High Contamination

Coney Island, Manhattan Beach, Midland Beach, South Beach and Cedar Grove are all under an advisory.

Kensington »

Officer Shook Down NYPD Candidate for Sex and Cash, DA Says

An officer was indicted for allegedly asking a candidate for sex in exchange for helping her get hired.

Claremont »

NYCHA Community Centers Get Free Air Conditioners in The Bronx

Friedrich is donating 150 air conditioners to 38 NYCHA Community Centers across the city.

Concourse »

Ex-Giant Chris Canty Returns to The Bronx to Promote Healthy Eating

Canty, a Bronx native, was in the borough to promote healthy eating with the Food Bank..

East Elmhurst »

480-Pound Inmate Forced to Wear Sheets After Clothes Are Stolen, Claim Says

Inmate Freddie Harvin says his clothes were "irreplaceable" because of his size.

Park Slope »

NYPD Tells Officers to Keep Making Pot Arrests, Despite Brooklyn DA's Memo

Officers were told to keep enforcing the law, despite Thompson's vow to dismiss many marijuana charges.

Downtown Brooklyn »

NYC Lyft Launch Delayed Until At Least Monday, Attorney General Says

The state said Uber competitor Lyft would be operating illegally if it launched Friday as planned.

East New York »

NYPD Dragging Feet on Justice for Stabbing Victim Tanaya Copeland: Petition

Advocates and relatives of murder victim Tanaya Copeland, 18, want to see charges in her death.

Port Morris »

City Breweries Offer Seasonal Beers to Quench Summer Thirsts

DNAinfo compiled a list of some of the best summer beers from local breweries across the five boroughs.

Morrisania »

Bronx Added Most Supportive Housing in City Over Last Decade, Stats Show

The city has placed roughly 2,500 supportive housing units into the Bronx since 2005.

Bed-Stuy »

Career Criminal Makes Thousands by Complaining About NYPD: Records Show

Quandell Bell has filed a series of complaints against the NYPD, records show.

Greenpoint »

MTA to Increase G Train Service

Brooklyn and Queens riders can expect more trains.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Former Brooklyn DA Accused of Using Drug Money for Failed Reelection Bid

The Department of Investigation accused Charles Hynes of using seized assets to fund his campaign.

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