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Myles Miller

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New York, NY, United States

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Blue Line Bears honor fallen officers with teddy bears for loved ones

COLLEGE POINT, Queens— Miosotis Familia. Randolph Holder. Mark RIvera. Michael Williams. Christopher Christodoulou. Their names are forever etched in city history, as heroes who died in the line of duty. → Read More

Man charged with manslaughter in hockey stick beating death of Uber driver

CHELSEA, Manhattan — A 39-year-old man was charged with manslaughter after he allegedly beat an Uber driver, who later crashed, with a hockey stick, police said. Randolph Tolk, 68, and Kohji Kosugi argued near West Street and Horatio Street Saturday night, police said. → Read More

Fire kills 2 in Dyker Heights, arson suspected

DYKER HEIGHTS, Brooklyn — Roaring flames burst from the windows of an apartment building in Dyker Heights where two people died in a fire that’s being investigated as arson, sources said. → Read More

Two teens dead in Staten Island crash

BULLS HEAD, Staten Island — Two teens were killed Monday night when the car they were in crashed into parked cars, police said. The 19-year-old driver lost control, flipped and smashed into cars on Richmond Avenue, police said. His passenger, also in his teens, was killed in the collision. → Read More

Off-duty NYPD officer found not guilty in shooting death of Delrawn Small

NEW YORK — Officer Wayne Isaacs has been found not guilty in the shooting death of Delwran Small, according to the New York attorney general's office. The off-duty NYPD officer allegedly shot Delrawn Small, 37, on July 4, 2016, during a traffic dispute. → Read More

Fliers attack Sikh mayoral candidate, portraying him as a terrorist

HOBOKEN – A racist flyer has been circulating across Hoboken, attacking a mayoral candidate. A campaign volunteer for spotted the flyer on car windshields with the message “Don’t let TERRORISM take over our town!” with the picture of Sikh mayoral candidate, Ravi Bhalla - the first Sikh elected in New Jersey history. → Read More

After attack, resilient city rises to support runners

As Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand's senior adviser for national security, I spent a lot of time getting to know the vigilant, behind-the-scenes-work of the New York City Police Department to keep New Yorkers safe from planned terrorist attacks. → Read More

NYPD department surgeon taken into custody for alleged rape: sources

NEW YORK — An NYPD department surgeon allegedly offered to drive a women home from a bar after she said she was feeling sick Saturday night, but then took her to his home and raped her, police sources said. The two met at Delilah's Bar in Manhattan, police sources said. → Read More

Officials in boat rescue mom, son stuck in stalled car on flooded NJ street

KEARNY, NJ — A mom and her son were on their way home Sunday when their car stalled on a New Jersey street and then started to flood. They'd just come off of Route 280 when the car stalled. Water from the heavy rains quickly filled the car. → Read More

Human remains recovered in Freeport, 58 gang-related arrests made: police

LONG ISLAND – The Nassau County Police Department confirmed human remains were found in a wooded area in Freeport, Long Island. During a news conference Saturday afternoon, authorities said investigation is early on, but the death is likely gang-related. → Read More

MTA to announce replacement of Metrocards with ‘tap’ system

Say goodbye to the swipe. The MTA board is expected to vote for a proposal that would completely replace the Metrocard. The project, estimated to cost more than $570 million, builds a new system where straphangers will be able to use their phones or a scanner card to pay the fare rather than swiping a metrocard. → Read More

Man offering free hugs attacks another woman in Union Square

UNION SQUARE, Manhattan — The "free hugs" man with a history of harassing women is in custody again for attacking a woman in Union Square. The victim, who told her story exclusively to PIX11, said Jermaine Himmelstein attacked her when she refused to hug him. → Read More

Teacher arrested for alleged sexual abuse of student in Brooklyn

BROOKLYN, N.Y. — A Brooklyn teacher has been arrested on suspicion of sexually abusing a teenage student, authorities said. Mervyn Affoon, 65, faces charges of sexual abuse, forcible touching, criminal sex act and acting in a manner injurious to a child younger than 17, police said. → Read More

Man stabbed in the heart in Queens, walks into hospital: sources

QUEENS — A man was stabbed in the heart in Queens Monday night just blocks from a hospital, police sources said. He was on Macnish Street at the time, sources said. The victim walked into the hospital and was able to tell staff what happened, sources said. He was rushed into surgery. → Read More

Queens subway rider fights back after man slashes him in the face

ROCKAWAY, Queens — A 21-year-old subway rider was startled out of his exhaustion on the subway after a long day at Comic Con when a stranger slashed him in the face. Anthony Durden was on the A train early Sunday morning around 1: 30 a.m. He didn't even realize what happened at first. → Read More

Video shows man knocking out NYPD traffic agent in Staten Island

STATEN ISLAND — The New York Police Department has released street surveillance video that shows a man walking up behind a city traffic agent and punching him in the neck. → Read More

New York council members take a knee to support NFL players

MANHATTAN —City council members followed the lead of NFL players and took a knee on the steps of City Hall Wednesday. They called the protest of racial injustice a kneel in. "Protesting is probably the most American thing one can do," said Councilman Jumanne Williams. → Read More

Video shows moment buses collide in Queens

FLUSHING, Queens — Surveillance video shows the moment a charter bus collided with an MTA bus in Queens Monday, killing at least three people and critically injuring several others. The crash happened shortly after 6 a.m. at Main Street and Northern Boulevard in Flushing. → Read More

Fatal Flushing bus crash: What we know so far

FLUSHING, Queens — Speed appears to be a factor in a deadly collision in Flushing early Monday between an MTA bus and private charter bus. National Transportation Safety Board officials are headed to the scene, at Main Street and Northern Boulevard, to join the investigation, according to a spokesperson. → Read More

Baby, 1, dies after father leaves him alone in steamy Brooklyn bathroom: sources

KENSINGTON, Brooklyn — A 1-year-old is dead after his father apparently attempted to cure his chronic cough with a home remedy that included leaving the baby alone in a steamy bathroom, sources said Friday. → Read More