Police probe pair of weekend shootings

Police are investigating separate shootings that left two men dead in the Bronx and Staten Island.

Just after midnight yesterday, police responded to a 911 call of a man shot in the Tremont section of the Bronx.

Authorities later identified the victim as Ray Rosello, 20 of the Bronx. Rosello was pronounced dead at St. Barnabas Hospital.

Hours later on Staten Island, police responded to another 911 call of a man shot on Alpine Avenue. The victim, 33, was pronounced dead at the scene. His name was not released pending notification of his family.

There have been no arrests in either shooting.

Teen accused of fatally stabbing dad

A Brooklyn teen was charged yesterday with stabbing his father to death inside their Kensington home.

The Hassan Razzaq, 19, was charged with second-degree murder and criminal possession of a weapon, police said. Razzaq is accused of stabbing his father, Mohammad Razzaq, 56, in the neck.

An argument in the East 3rd Street home they shared, near Ditmas Avenue, took a turn for the worse about 10 p.m. Saturday, police said. Razzaq ran, police said, but they caught up with him a short time later.

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Razzaq was awaiting arraignment yesterday.

City Hall, Uber push their agendas on cabs

The war of words between Uber and City Hall on a proposed black and livery car cap escalated during the weekend, while labor unions and civic groups prepared to push back against the app company today.

The City Council proposed two bills last month to limit new for-hire vehicles, as well as to study Uber's impact on traffic. Uber, which strongly opposes the bills, has been using its app to urge users to send messages to City Hall that say the legislation would worsen waits for passengers and take away job opportunities.