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The driver of a stolen vehicle fleeing from police in Brooklyn Thursday night slammed into an MTA bus — injuring nine of its passengers and the driver, authorities said. The  Read more

New York State health officials approved a license for an all-female Hasidic ambulance company to provide emergency medical service in orthodox Jewish section of Brooklyn. The application by members of  Read more

A livery cab driver charged with raping a 12-year-old girl in the backseat of his car allegedly threatened her with a gun and beat her unconscious during the vicious assault,  Read more

The body was spotted in the Buttermilk Channel tidal strait between Pier 12 and Governors Island just after 1:30 p.m. today, according to police. Read more

The suspects, 24-year-old Corey Smith and 36-year-old Elaine Carberry, were each charged with conspiracy to commit arson and arson for allegedly torching the homeless outreach van. Read more

Ten gun-packing ex-cons were hit with federal firearm charges in Brooklyn in just the past week — including several who were arrested for the gun crimes after being stopped for  Read more

A 29-year-old man was gunned down as he sat in his car in Brooklyn early Thursday — one of at least four people shot overnight amid a recent citywide spate  Read more

I scream, you scream — we all scream when this truck comes down the block. A scofflaw ice cream truck driver has made a twice-daily ritual out of plowing through  Read more

A man committed suicide in the parking lot of a Sears in Brooklyn, police said Wednesday. The man, whose name and age were not yet confirmed by cops, was found  Read more

In a letter to top city officials Tuesday, 34 District 15 administrators said they were “gravely concerned” about the scheduled reopening of school buildings next month. Read more

Sunset Park in Brooklyn is seeing an “uptick” in coronavirus cases — with 228 people testing positive for COVID-19 in the past two weeks, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Wednesday.  Read more

A livery cab driver was arrested for allegedly raping a 12-year-old girl in the backseat of his car in Brooklyn on Monday, police said. Rafael Martinez, 32, is accused of  Read more

Cops are asking the public’s help in identifying a man who allegedly exposed himself to a woman on a Q subway train in Brooklyn. Read more

A Brooklyn artist is arguing that his biting parodies of sweet treats should be protected by the First Amendment. Hershey wants Andrew Bell to stop selling his pricey, vinyl toys,  Read more

Three people were shot in separate incidents across Brooklyn early Saturday. The early morning gunplay began at 12:45 a.m. when a bullet grazed the arm of a 28-year-old as he  Read more

He was set free and allegedly went right back to shooting. A Brooklyn gang member, released without bail in May on an attempted-murder charge, participated in at least three drive-by  Read more

A staggering 25 percent of mail-in ballots cast in Brooklyn for June’s primary elections were declared invalid, it was revealed on Tuesday, as Mayor Bill de Blasio called on the  Read more

Hersch Meilich Grossman, of Borough Park, Brooklyn, died in an outdoor pool at Sahara Sam's Oasis Water Park in West Berlin, N.J. Read more

Tropical Storm Isaias claimed at least one New Yorker on Tuesday and critically injured another, authorities said. A man was killed in Queens when a tree wrenched loose by the  Read more

The top two floors of three-story Brooklyn building collapsed into a busy shopping corridor Tuesday morning, the FDNY said. The front of the structure on Bedford Avenue between North Fifth  Read more

Party like it’s COVID-19 — phase four. An illicit rave took place under the Kosciuszko Bridge in Brooklyn Saturday night, as bars and clubs remain on lockdown from the coronavirus.  Read more

No, that’s not the sky falling — it’s a piece of MTA equipment meant to prevent debris from doing just that. A pedestrian was injured when a wire basket installed to  Read more

A Brooklyn man whose June arrest went viral — prompting charges against a police officer accused of using an illegal chokehold on him — has been arrested for the second time  Read more

Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice Danny Chun handed Saveljevs 10 years for the hate-crime assault on Ann Marie Washington, plus another another two-to-four for attacking the officer. Read more

Mayor Bill  de Blasio rolled up his shirtsleeves to paint another Black Lives Matter mural on a city street Thursday, but offered no solutions to tackle rising crime as 10  Read more

Civil rights attorney and New School professor Maya Wiley, who served as Mayor de Blasio’s top legal counsel during a fundraising scandal, has filed paperwork to run for mayor in  Read more

A teen and two other men were hurt in three separate shootings in Brooklyn Wednesday — the second day in a row of statistical declines in shootings, cops said Thursday.  Read more

Three women have accused their former Brooklyn private school teacher of sexually abusing them over five decades ago when they were just 12 years old, new court papers show. Nancy  Read more

The 16-year-old boy who was fatally shot in a Brooklyn basketball court has been identified as a resident of the neighborhood where he was gunned down, according to cops. Kleimer Mendez, of  Read more

Little Davell Gardner was remembered for his infectious smile and the “sparkle in his eye” at his funeral Monday — two weeks after the bubbly 1-year-old was shot dead at  Read more

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