SI Live: NYPD officer shot on Staten Island receives warm send-off as she leaves hospital

By Kyle Lawson
September 18, 2019

Doctors say it could take up to a year for Police Officer Vanesa Medina to recover from being shot in the hand Tuesday while attempting to arrest a domestic-violence suspect in Stapleton.

NY Daily News: Cop wounded in shootout with slain Staten Island suspect leaves hospital to thunderous applause from NYPD colleagues

By Rocco Parascandola, Thomas Tracy, Esha Ray and Larry Mcshane
September 18, 2019

The NYPD officer wounded in a Staten Island shootout with a gun-toting ex-con left the hospital Wednesday to the raucous cheers of her fellow cops — as officials revealed the weapon used against her was an NYPD gun stolen in 2016.

City Limits: City Offers Advice to Immigrant Communities Ahead of Trump’s ‘Public Charge’ Rule

By Fernando Martínez
September 18, 2019

City officials and advocates are reaching out to immigrant communities to provide information about the Trump Administration’s pending “public charge” rule. The policy, which could potentially take effect Oct. 15, seeks to make it harder for some immigrants to get their residency permit or a visa if they receive social benefits or are likely to do so in the future.