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  • Two Firefighters Charged In Brooklyn Bar Brawl

    Two Firefighters Charged In Brooklyn Bar Brawl
    Even though 3 firefighters turned themselves into authorities Thursday morning in connection with a Brooklyn bar brawl, only two of them will be charged, police said. According to authorities, firefighters Ryan Warnock, Michael Reilly and Christoper...
  • Ponzi Scheme With Porn Twist Busted In Brooklyn

    Ponzi Scheme With Porn Twist Busted In Brooklyn
    A Brooklyn money manager was arraigned in court Tuesday after authorities charged him with operating a 30-year $45 million Ponzi scheme that allegedly pumped investors' money into a pornography mail order business. Philip Barry, 52, of Bay Ridge, is...
  • 8th District: Jerry Nadler

    Congressman Jerrold Nadler represents New York's Eighth Congressional district. The Eighth, one of the most diverse districts in the nation, includes Manhattan's West Side below 89th Street, Lower Manhattan, and areas of Brooklyn including Borough Park,...
  • Small Businesses Can Make It Through Tough Times

    New York, NY -- The mayor Tuesday announced the expansion of aid to small businesses that are struggling to start up or even survive in our shaky economy. Glenn Thomson spoke with one couple that was able to start their business with the help of the...
  • 13th District: Tim Cochrane

    Timothy J. Cochrane, the son of a New York City Police Officer and one of eight children growing up in the Cochrane residence, grew up in the Sunset Park section of Brooklyn. Following the lead of his father to put his family and his country first, Tim...
  • Santa Gets A Parking Ticket

    BAY RIDGE, N.Y. - A certain New York City traffic cop will most likely find a big lump of coal in her stocking come Christmas morning. Santa Claus, a.k.a Chip Cafiero, was handing out toys and candy canes from a horse drawn carriage on Black Friday...
  • MTV's 'The City' and 'The Real World: Brooklyn'

    New York is a puzzle to be solved, or be defeated by. So it goes on "The City" and "The Real World: Brooklyn," both of which have recently premiered on MTV, a network that for years never thought to present itself as anything but an insider. With these...
  • Brooklyn Doc Charged in Steroid Bust

    NEW YORK, N.Y. (WPIX) -- Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes announced Tuesday the indictments of Dr. Richard Lucente, his clinic and a pharmacy on charges of illegally supplying steroids to bodybuilders and weight lifters. The 76 count...
  • Third Child Left on School Bus in 6 Weeks

    QUEENS, N.Y. (WPIX) -- For the third time in six weeks, police are investigating an incident involving a child or disabled adult left unattended on a school bus in New York City. Authorities say on Wednesday morning, police responded to a report of a...
  • NYPD Cop Accused Of Driving Drunk, Killing Pedestrian

    NYPD Cop Accused Of Driving Drunk, Killing Pedestrian
    An off-duty cop has been arraigned on charges of DWI and vehicular manslaughter after he allegedly drove drunk, and killed a pedestrian hailing a cab. Police say Vionique Valnords, 33, was struck shortly after 1 a.m. Sunday at East 56th Street and Avenue...
  • Schools open, but few kids show up

    Facing long, cold walks, circuitous car pools and mammoth traffic jams, hundreds of thousands of city students and their teachers stayed away from the classroom Tuesday, derailed by New York's first transit strike in 25 years. Despite a two-hour...