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Ravenswood Houses Getting $4M Lighting Upgrade to Boost Security

The NYCHA complex will get new lights in its parking lots, walkways, building entrances and play areas.

Financial District »

CNN Reporters Arrested for Trying to Break Into World Trade Center

Two reporters tried three times Tuesday afternoon to access the building before they were arrested.

Financial District »

Skydivers to Be Charged for Last Year's Jump from 1 WTC, Sources Say

Four BASE jumpers who leapt from One World Trade Center last year will finally be charged, sources said.

Financial District »

Teen Climbs to Top of WTC After Breaking Through Security, PAPD Says

Justin Casquejo, 16, got onto the 104th floor of 1 World Trade Center, the Port Authority said.

Queens Village »

Security Tightened at Creedmoor Psych Facility After Killer Escapes

The convicted killer waltzed out by putting on a visitor's scarf, prosecutors said.

New York City »

Security Firm Sues 2 Ex-Top NYPD Officials With Close Ties to Ray Kelly

Two former top NYPD officials tarnished the reputation of a private security firm, a new lawsuit charges.

Civic Center »

Bill de Blasio's NYPD Security Detail Includes No White Officers: Sources

De Blasio's recently created NYPD security detail includes 10 officers, none of whom are white.

Greenpoint »

McCarren Pool's Calm Reopening Brings Tight Security and Second Chances

The pool reopened for its second year with a modest crowd and strict entrance rules.

New York City »

Tragedy Strikes 5-Boro Tour When Man Dies of Heart Attack

Michael Boren, 51, a salesman from Almont, Michigan suffered cardiac arrest on the Ed Koch Bridge.

Upper West Side »

Backpacks and Bags Banned at Sunday's Central Park Race, Organizers Say

New York City Road Runners asked runners and spectators to leave their bags at home.

Financial District »

Statue of Liberty Security Screening Moving to Ellis Island

Security for visitors to Liberty Island, reopening July 4, will move from Battery Park to Ellis Island.

Battery Park City »

Battery Park Security Tents Moving to Ellis Island in March, Report Says

The National Park Service plans to move the unsightly tents to Ellis Island, though the NYPD objects.

New York City »

NYPD Eyeing Drones to Monitor Crowds

NYPD Chief Ray Kelly talked stop-and-frisk and surveillance during an interview at the 92nd Street Y.

New York City »

Ending Stop-and-Frisk Will Cost Lives, Kelly Warns

Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said changing controversial police strategies would be dangerous for NYC.

East Village »

Cops Ramp Up Halloween Presence on Lower Manhattan's Darkened Streets

Police have ramped up patrols and added spotlights to make neighborhoods left in the dark more secure.

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