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Inwood »

Long-Closed Dyckman Street A Train Stairwell to Be Repaired

The MTA is stepping in to fix the Dyckman Street A train station after the landlord failed to do so.

Brownsville »

NYPD Accused of Excessive Force in Arrest That Left Teen a Quadriplegic

Deion Fludd, 17, was paralyzed and later died after an arrest for fare-beating.

Cobble Hill »

Firm Picked to Run LICH Paid $95M to Settle Medicare Fraud Suit

Quorum Health was accused of inflating costs for 15 years, among other allegations, court records show.

Ozone Park »

Aqueduct Racino Worker Knocked Out by Falling Roulette Machine: Lawsuit

A Resorts World employee has suffered chronic headaches since being hit by the machine, she says.

Inwood »

Inwood Bakery Worker Was Paid Pittance for Grueling Shifts, Lawsuit Claims

Moraima Ortiz is suing Kenny Bakery, saying the owner paid her sub-minimum wages for 57-hour workweeks.

Times Square & Theater District »

Woman Burned by Hot Wax at Madame Tussauds, Lawsuit Says

A diehard Michael Jackson fan wanted to see a sculpture of the star and was scalded, she says.

Midtown »

Cipriani Got Stiffed $37K After Hosting Star-Studded Gala, Suit Claims

The European School of Economics owes $37,000 to catering giant Cipriani, according to a lawsuit.

Midtown »

Chetrit Sold $1.6M Condo Full of Mold and Mice, Resident Claims

Sarah Schottenstein said luxury developer Chetrit sold her a $1.65 million condo in awful condition.

Civic Center »

City Agrees to Pay $98M to Settle FDNY Bias Lawsuit

A group of black firefighters and the Justice Department accused the FDNY of discriminatory hiring.

Long Island City »

Battle Brewing Between LIC Bars Over 'Dutch Kills' Moniker

Cocktail haven Dutch Kills is suing newcomer bar Dutch Kills Centraal, saying the name is too similar.

Central Harlem »

Broker Settles Lawsuit Over Commission on Marcus Samuelsson's $2.9M Home

Laurent Delly introduced the chef to the property but said he was denied his share of the commission.

Lower East Side »

Activists Sue Developers to Take Control of Community Garden

Members of the Children's Magical Garden are suing to be declared owners of the green space.

Kips Bay »

Co-op President Accused of Cutting Waitlist Fights for 4-Bedroom Apartment

Mark Andermanis is fighting to keep his four-bedroom apartment at East Midtown Plaza.

Central Harlem »

Charter Schools Boss Eva Moskowitz Demands 'Educational Justice' From City

Moskowitz fought back after the city blocked a plan to co-locate three Success Academy schools.

Morris Heights »

Domestic Violence Victims Wait Up to a Decade for Emergency NYCHA Housing

Nearly 500 survivors are on the list for housing because they were abused, the agency said.

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