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The man yelled "Bomb!" and then "Boom" while the train headed from Brooklyn to Manhattan, police said. 

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The man brought the strangers back to his Bedford Avenue apartment and then fell asleep, police said.

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Locals opposing the proposed drop-in center say the neighborhood is oversaturated wth shelters.

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The food truck driver was threatened by a gun-toting man on Bedford Avenue on Aug. 8.

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Mayor de Blasio said the city would take a "very hard look" at Slate Property's role in the project.

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The group had previously robbed the teenage son of the victim, Gerald Cummings, police said.

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The new business from the owners of Williamsburg bar Lucky Dog will open its doors on Thursday.

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Police said Nicholas Batka, 28, ran his SUV onto a Williamsburg sidewalk, killing one pedestrian.

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The Clinton Hill-based studio opened a new, ceramics-focused location on Bedford Avenue this month.

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The five-story building will have room for retail and restaurants, plans filed with the city show.

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All three defendants are members of Brooklyn street gangs, Kenneth Thompson said on Wednesday.

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The new eatery comes from the owners of the popular cafe Brooklyn Kolache Co.

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Steffon Williams, 35, was transferred after a year of looking out for straphangers at the crowded stop.

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The incident happened this week on Bedford Avenue, police said.