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Robbers Swipe $100,000 in Jewels During Robbery at 80 Bowery

Police are looking for two men who robbed a jewelry store yesterday afternoon, firing at least one shot before fleeing.

Suspect Arrested in Robbery, Attack at Seward Park Liquors

Police made a quick arrest in a violent robbery and assault that happened at Seward Park Liquors on Sunday afternoon.

Devin Brown Sentenced to Nine Years For Brutal Beating on the Lower East Side

A 24-year-old man has been sentenced to nine years in prison for an attack on a woman near Sara D. Roosevelt Park last year.

Police: Argument Over K2 Led to Fatal Stabbing in Sara D. Roosevelt Park

A 70-year-old suspect has been arrested in the fatal stabbing of a young man in Sara D. Roosevelt Park Saturday afternoon. Police believe the violent incident started with a dispute over the drug K2.

Sheldon Silver Sentenced to Seven Years in Prison

The once powerful Lower East Side assemblyman, Sheldon Silver, was sentenced today to seven years in prison after a federal jury this past spring convicted him on public corruption charges.

Six Years Later, No Arrest in the Shooting of a Cop on the Lower East Side

It has been six years since a police officer nearly lost his life in a shooting at the Seward Park Extension public housing complex on the Lower East Side. As The Daily News reported yesterday, cops are no closer to finding the shooter.

Lower East Side Man Sentenced For Fatal Stabbing of Sister in Eldridge Street Apartment

A 60-year-old man, Chuen Lau, has been sentenced to 19 years to life in prison after pleading guilty to the brutal murder of his sister in their Eldridge Street apartment.

Followup: Sheldon Silver’s Second Conviction on Corruption Charges

On Friday afternoon, a Manhattan jury found Sheldon Silver guilty of federal corruption charges.

Sheldon Silver Convicted on All Counts in Second Corruption Trial

A Manhattan Jury has spoken. Former Lower East Side Assemblyman Sheldon Silver has been found guilty in his second trial on federal corruption charges.

Federal Jury is Deliberating Sheldon Silver’s Fate (Updated)

It's the first full day of deliberations for the jury in the retrial of former Lower East Side Assemblyman Sheldon Silver.
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