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Midtown »

Governor Attributes Deadly Metro-North Crash to 'Randomness of Life'

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

West Farms »

City Plans to Improve Intersection to Boost Passage to Bronx River Greenway

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

Astoria »

Astoria 'Brew Bus' Takes Patrons on Beer Tasting Road Trip

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

Upper West Side »

Real Estate Scion Robert Durst Tries to Subpoena DA Over Missing Wife

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

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

'Miss Hell's Kitchen' Set to Represent New York in Miss USA Pageant

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

New York City »

Big Apple's Beauties Vying for Miss New York USA Crown

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

Upper West Side »

Channel Your Inner Beast With Popular 'Primal' Exercise Program

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

Riverdale »

Man Confesses to Bronx and Yonkers Cold Case Murders, Police Say

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

New York City »

Gas Shortage Still Plagues New Yorkers After Hurricane Sandy

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

New York City »

Ironman Championships Gets Green Light After Sewer Pipe Break

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

Eastchester »

Woman Critically Injured by Man Driving Stolen Car in The Bronx

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

New York City »

Belmont Stakes Steeped in Bronx History

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 Mourned at Standard Hotel Memorial Service

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

Fort Greene »

Forget Cheerleaders, Meet the 'Jeerleaders' of Gotham Girls Roller Derby

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

Harlem »

Convicted Wife Killer Admits to Cold Case Murder of First Spouse

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