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Midtown »

The governor described the crash scene as one of the worst he has seen.

West Farms »

The intersection of East 177th St. and Devoe Ave. will get improved passage to the Bronx River Greenway.

Astoria »

Snowdonia will take customers to Captain Lawrence Brewery in Westchester May 10 for a tasting and tour.

Upper West Side »

Durst, who has long fought off suspicion in his wife's disappearance, wants to subpoena prosecutors.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Actress and dancer Joanne Nosuchinsky beat out 200 other competitors in the weekend event.

New York City »

About 200 contestants will compete for titles at this weekend's Miss New York USA Pageant.

Upper West Side »

Women are flocking to a class that asks them to act like jungle animals in the quest for buff bods. 

Riverdale »

When Lucius Crawford was arrested, police found the body of a 41-year-old woman in his bed.

New York City »

Drivers faced hours-long lines at gas stations across the five boroughs following the super storm.

New York City »

A spokeswoman for the Ironman Championships said the competition will go on as scheduled.

Eastchester »

Two women were hurt when they were hit by a stolen car in The Bronx Sunday.

New York City »

The 144-year-old race may be run in Long Island, but it's a big part of New York City history.

Meatpacking District »

Mary Kennedy's family held a private ceremony for her at the Meatpacking District hotel on Monday.

Fort Greene »

It's heavy metal and military boots for the "jeerleaders" of Gotham Girls Roller Derby.

Harlem »

Philip Ward admitted to decapitating his wife Veronica Bowen in 1989, prosecutors said.