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Pharmaceutical Exec Balanced Her Checkbook as Her Child Lay Dead, DA Says

Prosecutor Matthew Bogdanos described Gigi Jordan as a heartless killer during opening statements.

Columbus Circle »

Mom Who Abandoned Baby Girl on Subway Platform Indicted by Grand Jury

Frankea Aleasha-Dabbs was indicted by a grand jury for leaving her 11-month-old on a subway platform.

East New York »

Man Accused Of Killing 6-year-Old Boy Has Outburst in Court: Report

Daniel St. Hubert, 27, was indicted for killing 6-year-old P.J. Avitto and wounding Mikayla Capers, 7.

Brooklyn Heights »

Bocce and Shuffleboard Coming to Pier 2 This Week

Piers 2 and 4 of Brooklyn Bridge Park will officially open on May 22.

East Village »

Attacker Was High on Molly Before Beating 68-Year-Old to Death, Mom Says

Jamie Pugh, 20, was high on Molly when he beat a 68-year-old to death last week, his mom told DNAinfo.

New Springville »

Rep. Grimm Steps Down from House Committee After Indictment

The Staten Island lawmaker temporarily resigned from his post on the committee.

Midtown »

De Blasio Defends Child Welfare Reform Despite Resistance from Judges

The mayor denied claims that caseworkers skip court hearings and fail to file paperwork.

Chelsea »

Man Wanted to Die After Learning He'd Fatally Hit MTA Bus Driver, NYPD Says

Domonic Whilby told police he wanted to die after being informed he killed an MTA bus driver.

Midtown »

Midtown Community Court Celebrates 20th Anniversary

The court is holding a cocktail party at the Morgan Library and Museum on Monday.

Washington Heights »

NYPD Undercover Charged in Road-Rage Case Set to Go Before Grand Jury

NYPD Det. Wojciech Braszczok and three other motorcyclists appeared in court Friday morning.

Midtown »

Veterans Initiative Unveiled at Midtown Community Court

The court, working with the VA, is tailoring a program for defendants who served in the military.

Cobble Hill »

Judge Issues Restraining Order Giving LICH One-Month Reprieve

Justice Johnny Lee Baynes halted plans to close the hospital until a hearing on May 2.

Cobble Hill »

Long Island College Hospital to Stay Open As Court Delays Decision

The court continued the restraining order on Long Island College Hospital's closure, Friday.

New York City »

Federal Stop-and-Frisk Rulings Could Spur Major Reforms, Experts Say

A judge's ruling Tuesday against the practice could be the first in a string of challenges to the policy.

Civic Center »

EMT Thought Prosecutor Was 'Going to Kill' Her in Alleged Attack

The EMT said she felt "defeated" by news that the felony charges against him are unlikely to stick.

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