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The Bronx is an ethnically diverse borough within New York City. It has been the subject of several songs by a variety of artists including Regina Spektor ("The Bronx"), Fat Joe ("Bronx Tale"), and Jennifer Lopez ("Jenny from the Block"). Notable people that have resided in the Bronx have included poet Edgar Allen Poe ("The Raven"), director Woody Allen (Annie Hall, Vicky Cristina Barcelona), and several musical talents such as Billy Joel, Carly Simon, Remy Ma and Kool Keith.

Population: 1332650
Local Newspapers: Bronx Community News Bronx News New York Times
Local Sports Teams: New York Giants (NFL) New York Islanders (NHL) New York Jets (NFL) New York Knicks (NBA) New York Liberty (WNBA) New York Mets (MLB) New York Rangers (NHL)
Local Colleges: State University of New York Maritime College Monroe College College of New Rochelle Mercy College Fordham University

Zip Codes associated with bronx, new york: 10451 10452 10453 10454 10455 10456 10457 10458 10459 10460 10461 10462 10463 10464 10465 10466 10467 10468 10469 10470 10471 10472 10473 10474 10475
Towns/Cities near bronx, new york : Mt Vernon Westchester Village Schuylerville Morrisania University Heights Washington Heights Yonkers Manhattan

The Bronx News
NYPD Bodycam Vid Shows Man Say 'Shoot Me' Before Being Shot

NYPD officers fatally shot a 52-year-old man in the Belmont section of The Bronx following a violent encounter between the man and his landlord. Wale Aliyu reports.

Brookfield Place's 5 Borough Challenge: Best Brews of NYC: 14...

One of NYC's most dynamic public spaces, Brookfield Place New York's Winter Garden, will embrace two dozen local breweries for the first-ever craft beer competition on site. All five boroughs are represented, including global heavy-hitters like Brooklyn Brewery and smaller producers like Staten Island's Killsboro Brewing Company .

Mabou Mines presents 6 Days of Performances with SUITE/Space Artists

From March 27-April 1, Mabou Mines is proud to present the work of its 2018 SUITE/Space artists in a festival-like setting-two performances each night for 6 nights in a row-in the newly renovated, state-of-the-art Mabou Mines Theater. The inaugural SUITE/Space artists, Tariq Al-Sabir, Tamar-kali, Davalois Fearon and Sanaz Ghajar, work in a variety of disciplines and share Mabou Mines ' commitment to breaking new ground in form and content.

Tennant Creek NT toddler allegedly assaulted

'Someone has to be held accountable': Friends and family of girl, 2, who was rushed to two hospitals on different sides of Australia for emergency treatment after being 'raped' by a 24-year-old man say authorities ignored warnings Authorities were repeatedly asked to look into the wellbeing of a Northern Territory toddler who was allegedly raped last week, family and friends have claimed. The two-year-old girl from Tennant Creek was flown to the Alice Springs Hospital on Friday before being rushed to the Women's and Children's Hospital in Adelaide , where she was placed in an induced coma because of the severity of her injuries.

Federal employee faces discipline for pulling gun on vehicle owner

A federal employee busted for pulling a gun on a vehicle owner while helping his cousin with his auto-repossession business in The Bronx is now facing discipline at work, officials said Tuesday. "USCIS holds its employees to the highest standards of legal and ethical conduct and takes allegations of wrongdoing seriously," according to a statement from the agency.

Erik Visits an American Grave, Part 207

Baldwin was born in 1924 and was raised by his mother and an awful stepfather. Avoiding his enormous, poor, and abusive family, Baldwin spent as much time in libraries as he could and of course, he was a genius so he picked up everything he could.

ICE agent accused of pulling gun on man, then having him arrested

An ICE agent allegedly pulled a gun on a man whose car was being repossessed by the agent's cousin in The Bronx, then had the victim arrested on bogus charges, a high-ranking police source said Sunday. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent Omar Castro was accompanying his repo-man cousin to collect a car late Saturday when the owner, Christopher Jackson, tried to stop them.

Could DNA advances finally bring justice for Worcester mum who was murdered on the motorway?

IT was one of the most haunting images of any crime scene. The sort that might be used on the front cover of what Americans would call a dime store detective novel to add mystery to a murder plot.

Fat cops are weighing down the NYPD

The NYPD is being dragged down by overweight cops - and the brass isn't doing anything about the ballooning problem, police sources told The Post. "We really are the world's largest police department," said one veteran cop who's worked in Manhattan, Brooklyn and The Bronx.

Ewwww. Daddies!?

Kids see plenty of offensive things at school-but when did fathers become one of them? Ask New York's Department of Education. As far as its officials are concerned, nothing can damage a child more than hosting a special event for dads.

Police Sergeant Acquitted in Killing of Mentally Ill Woman

A New York City police sergeant was acquitted of murder by a judge on Thursday in the fatal 2016 shooting of a bat-wielding, mentally ill, 66-year-old woman in the bedroom of her Bronx apartment. The death of the woman, Deborah Danner, became a flash point in the national debate over whether police officers are too quick to shoot people and whether they are adequately trained and sufficiently conscientious in their dealings with people suffering from severe mental illness.

Brooklyn legislators push for mandatory black-history education

State lawmakers and city activists rallied Wednesday in support of a bill that would require black history studies in every New York school. State Sen. Jesse Hamilton and Assemblywoman Diana Richardson, both Brooklyn Democrats, said they want to see the legislation reach the governor's desk in the coming weeks.

Ex-colleague: All obese cop did was 'f--king eat'

Jose Vega, whose weight more than doubled from 180 to 395 pounds during his 17 years on the force, was known to routinely scarf down entire roast chickens or multiple slices of pizza during meal breaks, cops said. Vega also helped himself to double servings of yellow rice and beans, washed down with lots of soda, especially Pepsi, sources said.

Mayor announces plan to phase out Rikers Island jail

Mayor de Blasio on Wednesday announced an agreement with the City Council to open or expand jails in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and The Bronx as part of a plan to phase out the troubled island-based jail in the East River. Under the deal announced with Council Speaker Corey Johnson, a new jail would be sited at 320 Concord Ave .

The Bronx Is Back, Baby

Home prices in the once-battered borough are at a record high; 'Mott Haven reminds us of SoHo 30 years ago and Dumbo 15 years ago' Following in the footsteps of Queens, Hoboken and Jersey City, the Bronx-especially the gritty, once scorched South Bronx-is attracting new interest from renters and buyers priced out of Brooklyn and other trendy areas.

City selects Bronx location to build new jail

After increased pressure from inmate advocates and Gov. Cuomo, the de Blasio administration Wednesday announced a plan to build a new jail in the Bronx and renovate three existing facilities off of Rikers Island. The NYPD Tow Pound in Mott Haven will be home to a new facility as part of the city's plan to create smaller and safer jails.

NYPD Is Now Required to Return Personal Property Seized During Arrests More Quickly

A large immigrant-led coalition held a rally at Washington Square Park against what they say is the city's collaboration with federal immigration authorities on Feb. 11, 2017. The NYPD will now have to return property it takes from individuals it arrests faster as part of a court-ordered settlement of a lawsuit alleging unconstitutional retaining of personal possessions, such as cash and cell phones.

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