Astoria »

Former Queens NYPD Officer Convicted of Soliciting Prostitutes, DA Says

Luis Gutierrez tried to solicit two undercover detectives in a Wendy's parking lot in 2013. 

South Jamaica »

Man Charged With Making 11 Phony Bomb Threats in Two Weeks, DA Says

Philip Ngom, 64, called 911 eleven times in 16 days, prosecutors charged.

Greenwich Village »

NYU Expansion Project Clears Final Legal Hurdle and Will Proceed

The ruling by the state's top court ends a yearslong battle to block the project.

Civic Center »

Shouting Obscenities at Police Not Disorderly Conduct, NY's Top Court Rules

Court of Appeals reverses the conviction of Richard Gonzalez, who was arrested after yelling at police.

Financial District »

Staten Island's 'Angry Pacifist' Sues Trinity Church For Assault

The activist claims he was assaulted when he refused to leave the sidewalk where he was protesting.

West Village »

New Yorkers Celebrate Supreme Court's Landmark Gay Rights Ruling

The Supreme Court ruled that states couldn't bar same-sex couples from getting married.

West Village »

Supreme Court Rules Gay Marriage Legal Nationwide

States can no longer ban same-sex couples from marrying each other, the Supreme Court said.

New Dorp »

Michael Grimm Details 'Caring' Life in Bid to Escape Prison Time

Lawyers for Grimm filed a 138-page document urging the judge to sentence him to probation, not prison.

Civic Center »

De Blasio Hired More Police to Head Off Political Fallout, Sources Say

The mayor feared his second term would be doomed if crime rose and he did nothing, sources said.

East New York »

Judge Refuses to Toss Out Charges Against NYPD Officer Who Shot Akai Gurley

Officer Peter Liang must go to trial on reckless murder charges for accidentally killing Akai Gurley.

Washington Heights »

Man Who Stabbed Ex-Girlfriend Was In Middle of Custody Battle, Mother Says

Trevial Terry was arrested on Monday after he assaulted his former girlfriend and two co-workers.

East Elmhurst »

Class-Action Lawsuit Wins 'Historic' Reforms of Rikers Rules

The reforms include heightened surveillance and new rules for when officers can use force on inmates.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Officer Who Shot Akai Gurley Claims Brooklyn DA 'Biased' Against NYPD

The lawyers for the officer who shot Akai Gurley want charges dropped against their client.

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