Top NYC news: Woman, 81, hit and killed by bus; burned body found in storage facility

Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in New York City, from Bill de Blasio's possible bid for president to a woman allegedly stabbed to death by her father-in-law. 

Burned body, believed to be missing Staten Island teacher, found in storage facility: sources

The body, charred beyond all recognition, was wedged inside a large plastic bin and dumped at a Staten Island storage facility.

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Is Bill de Blasio running for president? Sure looks like it

He has traveled to three early presidential primary states, held $5,000-a-plate events for donors and hired a small-dollar fund-raising consultant.

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Woman, 81, hit and killed by bus in Lower Manhattan: NYPD

An 81-year-old woman was fatally hit by a bus in downtown Manhattan, the NYPD said.

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Uncertain Second Avenue subway plans have locals on edge: Report

People in East Harlem know there’s a new train coming – eventually. 

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Elderly man stabs daughter-in-law to death in Queens bloodshed: police

A Queens woman stabbed during a frenzied fight has died — and her 76-year-old father-in-law has been charged with murder, cops said Thursday.

Read the full story on the New York Daily News