NEW YORK (CNN) - Guerilla graffiti artist Banksy's latest work of art has popped up in New York.
It shows a young boy spray-painting the words "Ghetto 4 Life" across a gray wall in the South Bronx.
The boy is accompanied by a butler who has two additional cans of spray paint on a serving tray.
Every day this month, Banksy has been unveiling new works of art around New York.
But Mayor Michael Bloomberg is not pleased about it. He calls the graffiti "a sign of decay and loss of control."
Despite this, the NYPD says it's not looking for the artist.
A Kalamazoo County sheriff's deputy will not face criminal sexual conduct charges.
A candlelight vigil was held Wednesday night for an innocent bystander who was shot and killed in October.
Police say they haven't been able to find out which student was responsible after a Muskegon kindergartner was choked with his own scarf on the playground.