The suspect was arrested Nov. 7. Police said he first eyed the victim at Resorts World Casino.
Queens College conducted a study to determine the best use for the abandoned rail line.
Residents say that cracks in the sidewalk create a safety hazard.
More than 15 city dentists are participating in a buyback program for Halloween candy.
This week's top stories include a 100-year-old math teacher and the closure of six Pie Face locations.
The proposed QueensWay would feature a fitness station, food concessions and a rock climbing zone.
Officer Diana Kaouris has been on the force for six years, and is now assigned to the 102nd Precinct.
The Queensway plan calls for basketball courts, learning gardens and a recreational center.
A forensic anthropologist determined that the bones were human remains.
Manhattan-bound trains will skip 104th Street and 88th Street in Queens until early January.
The bones were found in front of a private home in Queens, police said.
During a recent trip to Liberia, Mahmoud Ideraabdullah was in close contact with man who died of Ebola.
The cameras are intended to increase safety after a string of sexual assaults and robberies.
The publisher of two Queens newspapers was arrested Thursday after a dispute with a neighbor.
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