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Three Bodies Found in Burned-Out Building in The Bronx, Cops Say

Police are investigating the deaths of three people found Monday in a building that caught fire Sept. 9.

New York City »

Fire Deaths Hit Record Low in 2012, Despite Hurricane Sandy Blazes

There were fewer fire-related deaths in 2012 than any year on record, officials said.

New York City »

Hurricane Sandy's Death Toll in New York Climbs to 41

The death toll from Hurricane Sandy continues to rise days after the storm passed.

New York City »

Hurricane Sandy's Death Toll in City Climbs to 40

Police found victims of Hurricane Sandy  in Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island.

Midland Beach »

Hurricane Sandy's Death Toll Reaches 30 in City

Police found victims of Hurricane Sandy in Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island.

Manhattan »

Traffic Fatalities Sink to Record Low, But Bike Deaths Higher

Traffic fatalities fell to a record low this year, but bike fatalities have been ticking up.

Midtown & Theater District »

Ray Kelly Warns Against 'Celebratory Gunfire' on New Years Eve

Police Commissioner Ray Kelly warned of the dangers of firing guns in the air to ring in the New Year.

Downtown »

Deutsche Bank Jurors See Footage of Fatal Fire

The video, taken by a morning show producer who lived across the street, was played in court on Wednesday.

Manhattan »

Hot 97's DJ Megatron Shot Dead on Staten Island

Rising radio personality DJ Megatron was reportedly found dead a block from his home Sunday morning after a fatal shooting.

Manhattan »

City's Rabid Raccoon Outbreak Under Control

Just one rabid raccoon has been discovered in Manhattan since September.

Manhattan »

Arizona Shooting Prompts Bloomberg to Renew Battle Against Illegal Guns

Mayor Michael Bloomberg has spearheaded a battle against against illegal gun sales.

Manhattan »

New Yorkers Said Farewell to Many Notable People in 2010

George Steinbrenner and actor Tony Curtis were just two of several notable New Yorkers who passed away in 2010.

Manhattan »

Graco Recalls 2 Million Baby Strollers After 4 Reported Deaths

The Graco baby stroller recall came Wednesday, after at least four infants were strangled by the strollers.

Harlem »

Man Dies Trying to Scale Harlem Apartment Building

He was trying to inch his way into a 13th floor apartment window using shoelaces and a belt.

Manhattan »

Mayor Michael Bloomberg Leans Toward Smoking Ban in Parks and Beaches, Report Says

The mayor may push to expand the smoking ban in an effort to improve public health and curb littering.

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