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Blocked bike lanes a big problem in Manhattan and Brooklyn.

Blocked bike lanes a big problem in...

Vehicles illegally blocking bike lanes are most rampant in downtown Manhattan and in Brownstone, Brooklyn, according to new data. Lanes in areas like the West Village, Boerum Hill and Park Slope, have received the highest...

Most NY construction fatalities caused by safety violations

Most NY construction fatalities cau...

As the state’s construction boom continues, worksite accidents and fatalities have risen right along with New York City’s ever-changing skyline. Between 2011 and 2015, construction worker fatalities in New York state...

CareerCast Identifies Low Stress and High-Stress Professions for 2017

CareerCast Identifies Low Stress an...

Enlisted Military, Firefighters, Pilots Have Most Stress: Sonographers, Research Analysts, Audiologists Are Low Stress Jobs with Promising Outlook Carlsbad, CA (January 12, 2017) – If you thrive on stress, working as a...

NYPD Det. Steven McDonald dead at 59; lead inspiring life after 1986 shooting paralyzed him

NYPD Det. Steven McDonald dead at 5...

NYPD Det. Steven McDonald, who became an iconic symbol of courage, faith and forgiveness after getting paralyzed 30 years ago on the job, has died. McDonald, 59, died shortly after 1 p.m. Tuesday at North Shore University...

FDNY breaks records with fewest fire deaths in 100 years, improved response time

FDNY breaks records with fewest fir...

The FDNY announced a “record-breaking, historic achievement” on Monday. The department improved its response time to fires and other life-threatening emergencies and fewer people died in fires last year than in a...

Second Avenue subway draws thousands of riders for New Year’s Day opening

Second Avenue subway draws thousand...

When folklore became fact, there were 48,200 people to bear witness. That’s the approximate number of curious commuters who ventured down into the three new Second Avenue subway stations for their opening Sunday, according...

Safety in numbers

Safety in numbers

In three days, we’ll learn just how safe 2016 actually was for New York City. A fair bet? We just had the lowest-crime year in memory, an applause-worthy achievement for the NYPD against the grim national grain. Through...