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Brooklyn, a borough in New York, is home to a variety of ethnicities and cultures. The majority of residents in Brooklyn are of African or Caribbean dissent. The diversity found in Brooklyn can be attributed to the flooding of immigrants from all over the world during the mid 1800s. There is also an incredibly large Jewish community in the city. The Brooklyn Bridge is one of the oldest suspension bridges in the US. It connects the boroughs Brooklyn and Manhattan, which are separated by the East River.

Population: 2465326
Local Newspapers: Brooklyn Community News Brooklyn Daily Eagle New York Times
Local Sports Teams: Brooklyn Nets (NBA) New York Giants (NFL) New York Islanders (NHL) New York Jets (NFL) New York Knicks (NBA) New York Liberty (WNBA) New York Mets (MLB)
Local Colleges: Brooklyn College Medgar Evers College Brooklyn Law School Long Island University

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NY lawmakers may face tough decisions as pay raise limits outside income

State lawmakers who moonlight for big bucks could face tough career choices next year when strict limits on outside income are supposed to kick in. About of third of the 213 state legislators hold down second jobs, and of the 79 incumbents who represent New York City in Albany, 15 reported outside salaries.

Brooklyn man arrested for early morning rape, robbery in Brownsville park

Police issued surveillance footage of a man they've identified as Jason Lopez, the suspect in a Dec. 1 rape and robbery in Brownsville. Jason Lopez, 40, grabbed a 20-year-old woman on Herzl St. and Dumont Ave. in Brownsville around 2:20 a.m. Dec. 1 and dragged her into Betsy Head Park where he raped her and then stole her purse, cops said.

Feds: LI police chief texted about jewelry, meals, trips

Government exhibit in NYPD corruption case shows hundreds of text messages between Floral Park Police Commissioner Stephen McAllister and Jeremy Reichberg, a defendant in the bribery conspiracy trial in Manhattan federal court. Floral Park Police Commissioner Stephen McAllister is one of several uncharged police officials in an ongoing NYPD corruption trial who federal prosecutors allege provided favors in exchange for gifts.

Zarein Ahmedzay, one of three men who plotted NYC subway attack, gets 10 years

This court sketch shows Zarein Ahmedzay in court in New York on Jan. 8, 2010. Ahmedzay was accused of traveling with two co-defendants to Pakistan in 2008, where they joined al-Qaida and were sent back to the United States to conduct a suicide attack in the subways.

DA debuts dedicated Hate Crimes Bureau following spike in anti-Semitic, other biased crimes

Fighting hate: District Attorney Eric Gonzalez is creating an independent Hate Crimes Bureau in his office to prosecute bias-related incidents in Kings County. A dedicated team of prosecutors will now investigate hate crimes in Kings County, following a recent uptick in bigoted attacks against Brooklynites, the district attorney said.

Judge and court employees take part in East New York school career day

A few members of the Brooklyn court system took part in the first ever career day at Achievement First East Brooklyn High School. Pictured are court employees Yvonne Pritchett , Hon.

Cleaning man heads to prison for sexually assaulting client

A Brooklyn judge sentenced a cleaning service worker to 40 years to life in prison on Thursday for breaking into a client's home and sexually assaulting her. Romaric Guiebre was convicted after a November jury trial for returning to a female client's Bushwick apartment seven days after cleaning it to break in, terrorizing and sexually assaulting the woman.

Accident on Verrazzano causing extensive delays on Brooklyn-bound SIE

An accident on the lower-level of the Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge is causing extensive delays on the Staten Island Expressway. An FDNY spokesman said first responders received a call for a motor vehicle accident at 8:05 p.m., but could not provide additional information about the accident or related injuries at this time.

942-foot apartment-office building planned for Downtown Brooklyn

Rabsky hopes to build a 942-foot-tall building at 625 Fulton St. containing 902 apartments, 739,000 square feet of office space and an elementary school, according to The Real Deal . The public review process is scheduled to begin in January.

Sunset Park theater among arts groups Adams is funding

David Herskovits, artistic director of Target Margin Theater, says Borough President Eric Adams "walks the walk" when it comes to recognizing the importance of the arts in the borough. Photo by Kelly Lamanna When Borough President Eric Adams announced the cultural institutions he is providing funding for out of his capital budget, a Sunset Park theater company had a prominent place on his list.

Brooklyn Heights goes bright: Locals light neighborhood tree on Promenade

Revelers packed the Brooklyn Heights Promenade near Montague Street on Wednesday night to celebrate the season at the neighborhood's tree-lighting ceremony. But the annual event on the esplanade overlooking the East River lacked some of its signature merriment this year, due to the possibility that the city may turn the historic walkway into a six-lane speedway for no less than six years during the upcoming reconstruction of the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway 's crumbing triple cantilever, according to a local.

Straphanger makes citizen's arrest after hell breaks loose on subway

A subway rider made a citizen's arrest of a violent straphanger who repeatedly kicked a passenger on a Brooklyn subway train and hurled a racial slur at the woman. A subway rider made a citizen's arrest of a violent straphanger who repeatedly kicked a passenger on a Brooklyn subway train and hurled a racial slur at the woman.

Three men connected through a dating app found themselves in deadly triangle

The intricacies of a Brooklyn manslaughter case came to light on Wednesday as a sexual assault survivor gave shocking testimony in defense for a Pennsylvania man on trial for causing the death of an alleged rapist. After Assistant District Attorney Leila Rosini rested her case in the manslaughter trial against David Keegan Riotto Haigh, his defense attorneys presented the jury with an unexpected witness.

Rock Hall mania: Def Leppard members excited about band's impending induction

As announced earlier today, Def Leppard is among seven artists who'll be welcomed into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame at a ceremony March 29 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. The honor comes after the British rockers got the most votes in the Rock Hall's online fan poll, which prompted the band to post a video message on their YouTube channel thanking fans for their support.

Supreme Court judges host holiday party for court employees of Brooklyn

The Kings County Supreme Court held its annual holiday party for court employees on Wednesday. Pictured from left: Kim Smalley, Grace Machuca and Hon.

Measles outbreak in Brooklyn's Orthodox Jewish areas continues to climb

Measles is continuing to spread among ultra-Orthodox families in Brooklyn. Shown: Children gather on a sidewalk near school buses in Borough Park, one of the neighborhoods where the disease has been found.

Brooklyn Women's Bar Association past president added to Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy board

Michele Mirman was recently added to the Board of Directors of the Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy. Eagle photo by Mario Belluomo The immediate past president of the Brooklyn Women's Bar Association, Michele Mirman, was officially added to the board of the Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy during an election at Wednesday's board meeting.

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