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Claremont »

VIDEO: Gunman Shoots and Pistol Whips Man Inside Bronx Bodega

The shooting happened early Saturday inside a bodega on Webster Avenue, between 170th and 171st Streets.

Flatiron »

Woman Uses Camera to Catch Handyman Breaking into Apartment, Police Say

A handyman of a Flatiron rental building was caught rummaging through wallets in a resident's bedroom.

Woodside »

NYPD Dubbed Mosques 'Terrorism' Groups in Surveillance Effort, Report Says

Cops labeled city mosques as terrorist groups to broaden their surveillance powers, the AP reported.

South Ozone Park »

New Video Released of Suspected Ozone Park Child Groper

The suspect sexually assaulted two 7-year-old girls in separate incidents on May 1, 2013, cops said.

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.

Washington Heights »

Councilman Wants 'Amber Alert' For Attacked Livery Drivers

City Couniclman Ydanis Rodriguez wants an alert to go out every time a livery driver is attacked.

Clason Point »

Gunman Caught on Tape in Bronx Double Shooting, Police Say

A gunman shot two men in Clason Point late Wednesday night, the NYPD said.

East Elmhurst »

Armed Robber Target Three Queens Laundromats in Three Days

Police are searching for a man who ripped-off three laundromats this week in North and East Corona.

Wakefield »

Police Release Surveillance Video of Suspect Who Stabbed Man at Bronx Hotel

Anthony Martino, 25, of Dorchester, Mass., was killed at the Metro Motel early Tuesday, police said.

Borough Park »

150 Cameras to Be Installed in Brooklyn for 'Leiby Kletzky' Security Plan

The initiative was named after the 8-year-old who was kidnapped and killed last July.

Crown Heights, Prospect Heights & Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

Cops Hunt for Bed-Stuy Shooting Suspects

Three men are wanted for shooting a 30-year-old man in front of 1591 Fulton St. on April 10, 2012.

South Bronx »

High-Tech Security Coming to Public Housing Citywide

NYCHA security upgrades, worth about $42 million, include new intercoms, cameras and electronic key tags.

Manhattan »

Blame Media, Turf Wars for Criticism of NYPD 'Spying,' Bloomberg Says

Mayor Bloomberg said that critics of the NYPD's counter-terrorism efforts are grandstanding.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Columbia Launches Investigation into NYPD Surveillance of Muslims on Campus

Columbia University is one of several universities to be targeted by NYPD counter-terrorism efforts.

Manhattan »

Kelly Accuses Mayoral Candidates of Forgetting the Lessons of 9/11

Ray Kelly criticized media organizations for describing the NYPD's surveillance efforts as 'spying.'