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De Blasio Pushes Legislation to Combat Legionnaires' Disease Outbreak
De Blasio Pushes Legislation to Combat Legionnaires' Disease Outbreak

A new law will require cooling towers to be registered and inspected for the disease. Read More...

Inspector Taking Over 40th Precinct Aims to Reduce Crime, Boost Morale
Inspector Taking Over 40th Precinct Aims to Reduce Crime, Boost Morale

Deputy Inspector Carlos Valdez has taken over at the precinct in the wake of a crime stats scandal. Read More...

Man Tries to Rape Woman in South Bronx Clothing Store, NYPD Says
Man Tries to Rape Woman in South Bronx Clothing Store, NYPD Says

The woman fought off the attacker after he assaulted her in the middle of the day.  Read More...

Rental Prices Dip in North Brooklyn's Older Units as Luxe Developments Soar
Rental Prices Dip in North Brooklyn's Older Units as Luxe Developments Soar

Rents for new developments rise in Greenpoint and Williamsburg, but not for older units, brokers say. Read More...

Anxiety Runs High at Packed Legionnaires' Disease Meeting
Anxiety Runs High at Packed Legionnaires' Disease Meeting

Seven have died and 81 others have been infected with the disease, officials said at Monday's meeting.  Read More...

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9 Unconventional Items Made From Wood

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Critics Want 'Real Discipline' For Officer Who Pushed Pregnant Woman
Critics Want 'Real Discipline' For Officer Who Pushed Pregnant Woman

The CCRB recommended the officer's vacation days be docked for acting improperly in the incident. Read More...

 

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