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FILE- In this March 3, 2009 file photo, television personality Greg Kelly, left, joins his father, New York City Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly, at the New York City Police Foundations 31st Annual Gala in New York. Prosecutors in New York say that have decided not to pursue charges against Greg Kelly following a woman’s claim that he raped her in October 2011.

NEW YORK — A son of New York City's police commissioner is returning this week to his job as host of a popular morning television talk show after learning he won't face criminal charges despite being accused of raping a woman.

Greg Kelly took a leave of absence after the allegations surfaced last month. He co-hosts "Good Day New York" on the local Fox affiliate WNYW-TV. The station confirmed Wednesday he would return Friday.

Kelly's dad is New York Police Department Commissioner Raymond Kelly. Manhattan prosecutors say in a letter to the younger Kelly's attorney there was no cause to charge him.

The woman says she met Kelly on a street and went out for drinks with him but was too drunk to consent to sex. Prosecutors won't charge her with false reporting.