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Rent-regulated Stonehenge Village tenants have been blocked from using the building's gym.
Staten Island's District Attorney Daniel Donovan said Tuesday that he will convene a grand jury.
Andy Henriquez, 19, died of a heart problem after awaiting trial for three years.
Second quarter data obtained by DNAinfo show 13,400 stops were made, down 7 percent from first quarter.
Raymond Morillo was released on $75,000 bail this week, the Department of Corrections said.
A judge is holding Franklin Reyes on $50,000 bail after he was indicted for petit larceny.
Chef Danny Bowien and his business partners sued the landlord of their shuttered eatery on Orchard St.
In 1991, four officers were indicted for the fatal choking of Federico Periera. They were exonerated.
U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara's report found alarming treatment of incarcerated adolescents at Rikers.
Attorneys for Daniel Straus' companies accused one of the subpoenaed NYU Law students of lying.
Mary Bright says Kwame Seku, a California amnesiac claiming to be her long-lost son, is the real deal.
The city's chief medical examiner said Garner died after being choked while police arrested him.
Bradley Ballard died after being locked alone in his cell for seven days, advocates say.
The program marks its 15th anniversary at the Queens Library this week.
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