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NEW YORK, June 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Black Radio Network (BRN) and its principals today filed suit in New York Federal District Court, charging the New York Police Department violated the minority news service's civil rights by denying the renewal of its working press credentials. BRN had been fully accredited by the NYPD for the past 40 years while serving radio stations with daily newsfeeds.
The New York Police Department's proposed law that all banks have bullet-proof barriers is being challenged by Canada's Toronto Dominion Bank. TD has 73 branches in the city since acquiring New Jersey-based Commerce Bancorp last year for $8.5-billion, and is lobbying against the proposed security feature, the Globe and Mail reported Thursday. TD Bank spokesman Neil Parmenter told the newspaper the clear barriers the NYPD wants to protect tellers from robbers have drawbacks. There's no...
New York Police Department officials said the city is spending nearly $1 million to purchase and maintain typewriters for the police force. City officials signed a $982,269 contract last year with New Jersey typewriter manufacturer Swintec for the purchase of manual and electric typewriters during the next three years and last month the city inked a $99,570 deal with New York's Afax Business Machines for maintenance on the typing machines, the New York Post reported Monday. NYPD sources said...
The New York Police Department says it did not receive any complaints about a block party featuring outdoor fetish and bondage play. The June 21 party, between 10th and 11th avenues on West 28 Street, was attended by several thousand people who sources told the New York Post each paid $10 to enter. Videos
Data released by the New York Police Department shows summonses for public urination have increased while marijuana possession busts decreased. Court summons counts from the past four years released by the department show there were 4,161 public urination summonses issued between July 1 and Dec.
By Christine Kearney NEW YORK (Reuters) - An Egyptian immigrant turned police informant testified on Tuesday how he infiltrated a New York mosque, even winning a seat on its board, in one of the first post-September 11 terrorism investigations by police to end up in federal court.
By Cynthia Littleton LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - "Deadwood" creator David Milch is developing a new HBO cop drama with his former "NYPD Blue" collaborator, Bill Clark.
By Jesse Hiestand LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - New York actors on shows like "Law & Order" have been warned not to buy or carry police costumes because they risk arrest under a suspected shift in city policy.
In July 11 item from New York headlined "UPDATE 1-Cell phone service resumed in two New York tunnels" please read in paragraphs two and six ..."Metropolitan Transportation Authority."..
(Corrects name of Metropolitan Transportation Authority in paragraphs two and six.) NEW YORK (Reuters) - Cell phone service resumed in two of four busy New York commuter tunnels on Monday after it was shut off amid heightened security concerns following last week's deadly blasts in London, officials said.
- A ceramic container used inside a fuel-fired kiln to protect pots from the flame.