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Bed-Stuy »

The city received a complaint about the camp in 2016, contradicting earlier statements, documents show.

East Village »

Queens cabbie Mark Maehle was fined $1,150 after he made pro-Trump, anti-immigrant statements. 

East New York »

A 74-year-old woman was left homeless for two months after her voucher was rejected, officials say.

Midtown »

A woman who listed her Trump Tower apartment on Airbnb broke the law, according to the city.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

A city judge said the Hell's Kitchen eatery must pay $10,000 to the customer and a $10,000 fine.

Flushing »

The ACS worker told the ex-client to go along with the plan or possibly lose her kids, a judge said.

Midtown »

Trump Tower illegally removed a public bench to build a kiosk selling campaign hats, the DOB said.

Meiers Corners »

Baqir Raza, 24, said another passenger who happened to be white got into the cab before Cynthia Jordan.

Midtown »

Baqir Raza didn't pick up Cynthia Jordan and her family, but let white women in his cab, a judge said.

Chelsea »

Taxi driver Mohammed Dahbi told the couple to stop kissing or get out of his cab, a decision says.

Park Slope »

Mohammed Hossen berated ex-Goldman Sachs bigwig Matthew DeMonte and his pregnant wife, a judge found.

Mott Haven »

Guard Jannae Harris trashed co-workers to her husband and provided information about them to him.

Civic Center »

Health Dept. worker Ronald Dillon was docked days for fielding customer service calls in a robot voice.

Long Island City »

The personal drivers of some of Manhattan's mega-wealthy have been accused of being illegal cabbies.

Long Island City »

Current and former Taxi and Limousine Commission inspectors said seizures are a fundraiser for the city.