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Judge Postpones Restraining Order Ruling as Lyft Proposes Last-Minute Deal

A judge pushed back judgment on Lyft's restraining order to Friday so the two sides could compromise.

Upper West Side »

Teen Driver Who Killed 4-Year-Old Ariel Russo Could Be Charged as Juvenile

Franklin Reyes' lawyer said he hoped the accident would not follow his client all his life. 

Civic Center »

Myls Dobson's Alleged Torturer Indicted as Prosecutors Await Cause of Death

Kryzie King was indicted on felony assault and other charges as the boy's cause of death remains unknown.

West Village »

Pal Who Found Philip Seymour Hoffman Dead Sues National Enquirer for $50M

David Bar Katz is suing for defamation over a tabloid story that claimed he and Hoffman were lovers.

Sugar Hill »

Harlem Woman Sues to Kick 'Nuisance' Daycare Out of Her Building

Noisy kids in Denise Suares' landmarked building are affecting her health, she said in the suit.

Central Harlem »

NYPD Tries to Shutter One of City's Rowdiest Bars

PJ's Cocktail Lounge and Restaurant has been the scene of four shootings, including one last week.

Long Island City »

Avonte Oquendo's Mother Files Court Action for Access to Police Records

Vanessa Fontaine is seeking access to NYPD documents surrounding her son's disappearance on Oct. 4.

East Village »

Accused Drunk Driver Gets $1M Bail After Victim's Death, DA Says

Shaun Martin had his bail doubled after Akkas Ali died more than six months after an East Village crash.

Upper East Side »

Family of Killed Millionaire Can't Escape Tragedy

Barbara Fischler was allegedly killed by her deranged son. Two years later, her other son killed himself.

Upper West Side »

Accused Riverside Park Slasher Considering Insanity Defense, Lawyer Says

Julius Graham, who has referred to himself as "crazy," may enter use an insanity defense.

South Street Seaport »

Holdout Restaurant at Shuttered Pier 17 Gets the Boot by Judge

Simply Seafood will have to leave the shuttered Pier 17 mall after a long legal battle.

Financial District »

Boater Pleads Guilty After Deadly Crash Near Liberty Island

Richard Aquilone pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges of vehicular manslaughter and negligent homicide.

Upper West Side »

Judge Calls Crash that Killed Ariel Russo a 'Mistake' Before Granting Bail

A judge granted high school student Franklin Reyes, 17, $25,000 bail Thursday.

Greenwich Village »

Accused Anti-Gay Killer Tells Cops His Victim Was 'Acting Tough'

Elliot Morales, the man accused of shooting Mark Carson, pleaded not guilty to charges Tuesday.

Chelsea »

HuffPo Founder Arianna Huffington Accused of Wrecking Chelsea Pad

Arianna Huffington is being sued for allegedly wrecking the Chelsea apartment she leased.

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