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East Harlem »

A landlord and his partner harassed a family for nearly a year to force them out of their home, DA says.

Civic Center »

Stefany Hernandez blew through the money in a matter of months financing a luxurious lifestyle

Lower East Side »

A 24-year-old was indicted on Tuesday for hitting and killing a pedestrian in the Lower East Side.

Morningside Heights »

Over 100 demonstrators marched in honor of Mohamed Bah along Broadway near NYPD headquarters.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Police Officer Michael Pena was found guilty of a vicious gunpoint sex attack on a 25-year-old teacher.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

An obsessed Madonna fan beat an illegal knife possession case on Tuesday.

Harlem »

Philip Ward admitted to decapitating his wife Veronica Bowen in 1989, prosecutors said.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Anna Gristina is due in court and her alleged accomplice, Jaynie Mae Baker, might contact prosecutors.

Harlem »

Jose Pimentel plotted to "harm" the U.S. government, according to an indictment filed by prosecutors.

Downtown »

The NYCLU asked a court to require the DA's office to release records from a housing security program.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Shele Covlin's estranged husband Rod Covlin, the prime suspect in her death, hired a defense attorney.

Downtown »

Tourist Meredith Graves, 39, is charged with bringing a loaded gun to the 9/11 memorial on Dec. 22. 

Downtown »

More than 700 Occupy Wall Street protesters are due in court this week to answer summonses.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Prosecutors have brought burglary charges against Denise Darbeau and Rachel Edwards, their attorney said.

Downtown »

The majority of Occupy Wall Street protesters who showed up in Manhattan Criminal Court Thursday vowed to take their cases to trial and not accept a dismissal deal from prosecutors.