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Minor crimes such as turnstile jumping could make immigrants vulnerable to deportation, O'Neill said.

East Harlem »

The men will received a total of $1,515 for their destroyed possessions. 

Melrose »

The plan would move the juveniles to the Horizon facility by the end of 2020. 

Jamaica »

Six students claimed they were victims of excessive force by school safety agents. 

Forest Hills »

A Kew Gardens mother hopes to spread awareness about the right to breastfeed in public.

Rego Park »

The majority of city schools don't report bullying despite a law aimed at boosting transparency.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The move comes after a federal judge ruled that the MTA must run an ad it fears might incite violence.

St. George »

Judge William Garnett denied motions to release testimony from the Eric Garner grand jury proceedings.

St. George »

A hearing about whether to release grand jury testimony has been moved to Feb. 5, the DA's office said.

St. George »

Judge William Garnett will hear arguments for the release on Jan. 29.

Long Island City »

The outcry follows DNAinfo's story about inspectors accusing innocent drivers of being illegal cabbies.

Union Square »

Reform advocates collected signatures from New Yorkers Saturday to expedite proposed changes.

Chelsea »

Instead, people seeking help at Gay Men's Health Crisis are directed to use a separate door.

Red Hook »

More than half of those surveyed said they have been stopped and searched by police.