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Civic Center »

The duo posed as the pop stars' representation to defraud event organizers around the world. 

Chinatown »

The scammers allegedly took valuables and cash to "cleanse" victims of "evil spirits," officials said.

Kips Bay »

Andrey Ignatyev, 51, will face up to 25 years in prison at sentencing in Manhattan Criminal Court.

East Village »

Steve Johnson held 14 patrons of Bar Veloce hostage in 2002, shooting three of them, officials said.

Chelsea »

Authorities charged Eric Greenfield with grand larceny for embezzling cash from Penn South.

Union Square »

Authorities hope an indictment will help in capturing suspect Orlando Orea.

West Harlem »

Lamont Burson, 33, gets 3 to 9 years for prosituting a young girl.

New York City »

In a report issued on Wednesday, Liu said city taxpayers should be repaid $163 million for the system.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Artis Arthur, who was gunned down at the Juliet Supperclub, robbed club patrons for bling, sources said.

Manhattan »

Mayor Michael Bloomberg again praised Police Commissioner Ray Kelly and his chief spokesman.

Harlem »

More than a dozen members of a violent drug and gun gang in Harlem were arrested by the Manhattan District Attorney's office and the NYPD.

Downtown »

A lawyer representing hundreds of protesters called on the Manhattan District Attorney to dismiss all desk appearance tickets and summonses.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Murray Weiss reports that the Manhattan District Attorney's office is getting ready to dismiss charges against a man accused of a Union Square murder.

Manhattan »

Two Queens men allegedly plotted to use disguises in an attempt to blow up synagogues in Manhattan, officials said.

Harlem »

The former prep school student and accused gang gunrunner could be hurt if people think she's helping the DA.