The city will pay more than $330,000 to six Occupy Wall Street protesters who accused police of blasting them with pepper spray back in 2011. 06:48 AM
The New York City Police Department has put out a surveillance photo of the man wanted for setting a police car on fire with fireworks in Brooklyn over the weekend.
06:35 AM
The FDNY says a deadly early morning fire that took place in a building on Nostrand Avenue in East Flatbush was accidental, saying it involves electrical cords or power strips.
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