Concourse »

Merengue Legend Axed Promoters After They Helped Her Get Visa, Suit Says

Fefita La Grande, who was banned from entering the U.S. for 13 years, also got help from Rep. Rangel.

Hunts Point »

Rikers Inmate Dies After Being Denied Food, Water and Medicine, Suit Says

Bradley Ballard, who suffered from schizophrenia and diabetes, died in his cell in September 2013.

Whitestone »

Gambino Associate's Grandson Arrested in Queens Shooting, Authorities Say

Robert Sasso was charged with shooting a friend near the Whitestone Bridge in late August. 

Mott Haven »

Police Body Cameras Welcomed in the Bronx

Mott Haven locals said the cameras will help improve relations between the neighborhood and the police.

Upper East Side »

Hoarder in Rent-Stabilized Apartment Died With $18M, Widow Says

Lewis David Zagor made a fortune investing, but he lived in an apartment full of boxes and tchotchkes.

Port Richmond »

Electrical Company Owners Convicted of Stiffing Workers Out of $273K

Ronald Bartiromo and Raymond D'Auria pleaded guilty to underpaying workers on two city projects.

Flushing »

Special Needs Pre-School Boss Gets 2 Years in Prison for Stealing Millions

Cheon Park used millions of dollars meant for special needs students to buy furniture and cosmetics.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Michael Grimm's Ex-Girlfriend Pleads Guilty to Campaign Fraud

Diana Durand, 48, pleaded guilty to using straw donors to boost Grimm's 2010 war chest.

Midtown »

Mom Arrested for Blocking Sidewalk While Waiting for Family to Use Bathroom

Chaumtoli Huq was arrested while standing in front of the Times Square Ruby Tuesday, court papers show.

Midtown »

What Happened in New York This Week: 8 Stories You Need to Read

Catch up on what happened during the week that was with this handy round-up.

Civic Center »

DA Drops Drug Dealing Charges Against Philip Seymour Hoffman's Friend

Robert Aaron Vineberg, 58, pleaded guilty to drug possession, which carries a lower penalty.

Upper East Side »

Subway Inn Stays Open While It Fights Its Case In Court

Veteran dive bar Subway Inn will stay open until a judge decides on a new closing date.

Claremont »

State Revokes Daycare License for Woman Arrested in Death of 20-Month-Old

The state revoked Athena Skeeter's license on Aug. 25, after Cardell Williamson died in her care.

Central Harlem »

Islan Nettles' Family and Friends Still Seek Justice a Year After Murder

A year after Islan Nettles' death, prosecutors still have not charged anyone, infuriating advocates.

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