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Upper West Side »

The officer fell from his NYPD scooter last year while reportedly chasing kids in the park after hours.

Concourse »

David Terrell was accused of framing Pedro Hernandez for two Bronx shootings and terrorizing residents.

Chelsea »

The woman told security the man had been harassing her, but they didn't eject him, her attorney says. 

East Harlem »

The MTA blames last May's fire under the Metro North tracks along Park Avenue on the city.

Lincoln Square »

Friends of Damrosch Park claim Lincoln Center broke a settlement agreement by hosting the circus.

Midtown »

At least six patrons have sued the venue claiming they were injured while riding the bull, records show.

Williamsburg »

A landlord faces fines for a mural painted by Shepard Fairey.

East Williamsburg »

Irma Martinez was fired from her job for her pregnancy, according to a federal lawsuit. 

Chelsea »

A "dangerous setup light" left the model with second-degree burns and blisters, the lawsuit says.

Westerleigh »

The couple was earlier featured on Style Network's "Whose Wedding is it Anyway?"

TriBeCa »

Olga Cook, 30, was fatally struck at the intersection of Chambers and West streets on June 11, 2016.

Sutton Place »

A Sutton Place building owner said his line was cut just as a potential buyer was trying to reach him.

Sutton Place »

Pat Comunale, the victim's father, filed the suit against Jeffrey Rackover on Sunday.

Midtown »

West 51st Street bar Johnny Utah's claims to be home to the city's "one and only mechanical bull."

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The deli claims its building's owner failed to maintain the eatery's pipes.