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NYPD releases sketch in 1993 cold-case killing of baby girl found in trash bag

CROWN HEIGHTS, Brooklyn — Police released a sketch Tuesday in the killing of baby girl found in a Brooklyn courtyard nearly 23 years ago.

The NYPD said a newborn was discovered inside a trash bag with a dish towel around her neck on Nov.  152 more words


NO FEE Studio - Beautiful Crown Heights Renovation $2,000 | Apt. ID 673852

The pictures say it all. This is a very nicely renovated studio apartment in a lovely prewar building. The appliances are all stainless steel, Recessed lighting, and a built-in murphy bed. 32 more words


Hundreds gather for funeral of slain Brooklyn activist Lavon Walker

CROWN HEIGHTS, Brooklyn — It was exactly one week ago on Sunday when Lavon Walker was sitting down and was gunned down in Miami.

Since then, police have found he was not the intended target of the shooting. 187 more words



It’s always a surprise to have the local news outlets contacting you about your work. I know some people are used to doing this, but strangely, despite having interviewed many people myself when I was doing COMIC BOX, it feels weird being the interviewee. 136 more words

CBS2 Exclusive: Nearly 23 Years Later, Police Seek To Solve Brooklyn Baby Girl's Death

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — More than two decades have gone by, and there is still no justice for a baby murdered just after being born in Brooklyn. 374 more words


Neighborhood outraged over seemingly racist bar name

CROWN HEIGHTS, Brooklyn — Dozens of Crown Heights residents demonstrated in front of the newest bar in their neighborhood because they say the name Crow Bar is racist. 215 more words


Tenants outraged over elevator upgrade fee despite building's disrepair

The conditions at Ebbets Field Apartments in Crown Heights are one thing. Many tenants complain about rats, mold, holes in the walls and broken elevators, but in June when they received a notice about getting a fee added to their rent for “elevator upgrades” the tenants could not believe what they were reading. 134 more words