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Brooklyn A thief stole $900 from a woman’s bank account by using her debit card at an ATM, cops said. The woman checked her balance on June 19 and discovered...  Read more


A Brooklyn councilman is calling on the MTA to drop its “exorbitant” $15 toll to drive into Staten Island — at least for a day — to celebrate the Verrazano-Narrows...  Read more

Top school officials dispatched an experienced administrator to help out a struggling Brooklyn high school — only to see the principal describe the helper as a “moron,” sources told The...  Read more

Brooklynites will get relief starting Monday when the R-train tunnel to lower Manhattan opens after a 13-month shutdown, the longest any MTA tube has ever been closed, officials said. The...  Read more

Even a top political ally of Mayor de Blasio thinks the city needs to stop shelling out big bucks to keep the NYPD posted outside his unoccupied Park Slope rowhouse....  Read more

Two men were thrown from a jet ski into choppy waters between Staten Island and Brooklyn just before nightfall Saturday — drifting apart and swimming to separate islands to spend...  Read more

Nobody’s home at Mayor de Blasio’s Park Slope house, but guards stay at the booth outside around the clock — at taxpayer expense. The curb-side guardhouse is staffed 24/7 by...  Read more

A police officer had a possible heart attack while in pursuit of a suspect in Coney Island late Thursday night, authorities said. Cops responded to 2007 Surf Avenue for a...  Read more

The R train will start running to lower Manhattan again Monday from Brooklyn after a 13-month shutdown for Superstorm Sandy repairs, transit sources told The Post. Service between Manhattan and...  Read more

A woman was sexually assaulted twice in one hour in separate incidents in Brooklyn — possibly by two pals who targeted the woman, a police source said. The victim was...  Read more

When a Brooklyn-born actress and her husband got three Big Apple investors to pump $68,000 into her one-woman, off-Broadway show — they had no idea how far off The Great...  Read more

A labor dispute at Cablevision escalated Thursday after the cable TV operator claimed its Brooklyn technicians voted to tune out their union — the Communication Workers of America. Cablevision said...  Read more

A body was found on a Coney Island rooftop and police are trying to determine whether it’s a 73-year-old woman who went missing from a neighboring building last month. “We’re...  Read more

A 14-year-old girl was heroically saved by two police officers when they prevented her from jumping off the Brooklyn Bridge Wednesday night, sources said. The teenager was on the middle...  Read more


You stealin’ from me? A real-life crime hit a Brooklyn movie set when thieves swiped $15,000 worth of Apple gadgets during filming for a comedy starring Robert De Niro and...  Read more

Brooklyn has such a cool-kid cachet these days, it doesn’t even need to be spelled correctly to spark a trademark battle. A group of book-boosting artists from Booklyn Artists Alliance...  Read more


A Brooklyn bank teller siphoned $80,000 out of customer accounts over 16 months so she could pay off bills including her student loan payments, prosecutors said Tuesday. Janese Ferguson, 27,...  Read more

A group of black Section 8 tenants in a rapidly gentrifying Brooklyn neighborhood claim that their landlord wants to swap them for “more affluent white tenants” by opting out of...  Read more

A tiny upstate New York village in the Catskills is waging a rampant anti-Semitic campaign to prevent members of Brooklyn’s Hasidic Jewish community from relocating there — and taking over...  Read more

A woman charged with bursting into a Brooklyn apartment with a gun and threatening to “execute” the occupants was angry the pad had been rented to them instead of her,...  Read more

An elderly church deacon driving to Sunday Mass with a plaque on her windshield that says, “God is my co-pilot,” fatally struck a homeless man in Brooklyn, witnesses and officials...  Read more

  A Brooklyn man charged with stabbing a friend may have dealt a fatal blow to his defense by texting threats to the victim as the man was being stitched...  Read more

A cop I know who has patrolled the streets of Brooklyn for six years joked that he must have been drunk the day he joined the New York City Police...  Read more

Brooklyn radio fans are fighting a pirate invasion — demanding a crackdown on illicit Caribbean, Hebrew and shock-jock stations hijacking the airwaves. Dozens of unlicensed shows operate in New York...  Read more

A sadistic Brooklyn day-care teacher locked terrified toddlers alone in a tiny, dark storage closet — and laughingly claimed it was a lesson in “how to survive,” according to the...  Read more

A Williamsburg hipster-hater who repeatedly faked 911 calls to his neighborhood’s noisy bars won a small reprieve when a judge gave him a two-month sentencing postponement, then set $50,000 bail....  Read more

Brooklyn ■ A crook siphoned money from a Bushwick woman’s bank account, according to police. The thief withdrew an unspecified amount of cash from the 40-year-old woman’s account at a...  Read more

A brazen Texas doctor groped a groggy woman on a flight from Dallas to JFK after she popped a Valium and nodded off, according to Brooklyn federal court papers unsealed...  Read more

Almost two years after Superstorm Sandy struck, Mayor de Blasio announced Friday that a storm-damaged Brooklyn housing project will get $108 million in federal relief, and said he expects Sandy...  Read more

  WASHINGTON — A Brooklyn solider who fought honorably during World War II will finally rest in peace 70 years after his final battle. The remains of Army Pfc. Bernard...  Read more

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