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  • Niese Struggles, Mets Fall to Angels 7-3

    Niese Struggles, Mets Fall to Angels 7-3
    Once again the Mets left their fan base with questions and scratching their heads after watching what occurred at Citi Field this past weekend. On one hand, New York was able to soundly defeat ace Dan Haren on Saturday, 6-1. Mike Pelfrey pitched a...
  • Yanks Look to Continue Hot Streak Against Defending NL Central Champs

    Yanks Look to Continue Hot Streak Against Defending NL Central Champs
    Despite being the top scoring team in the National League, the Cincinnati Reds have struggled mightily against American League opponents this season. The Reds are just 1-5 against the teams from the other league and have only scored 13 runs in the six...
  • Cops Searching For Man Who Sexually Assaulted 8-Year-Old

    Cops Searching For Man Who Sexually Assaulted 8-Year-Old
    Police in Flushing, Queens are on a manhunt for a child sexual predator this morning. Cops say around 6 a.m., a man sexually assaulted an 8-year-old child inside a home located on the block of 58th Avenue and 134th Street, near Corona Park. It's a...
  • 2 Bronx Kids Dead From Blunt Force Trauma, 2 Arrested

    2 Bronx Kids Dead From Blunt Force Trauma, 2 Arrested
    Two children died from blunt force trauma in two separate incidents on Friday and Saturday, and two people have been charged with murder Monday. Cops say 21-year-old Kim Crawford was arrested on Sunday for killing her 5-year-old son Jamar Johnson....
  • NJ Transit, Amtrak Service Restored After Transformer Fire

    NJ Transit, Amtrak Service Restored After Transformer Fire
    NJ Transit is reporting that all commuter service along the busy Northeast Corridor between Trenton and New York-Penn Station has been restored after being previously suspended due to a transformer fire at an Amtrack substation in New Brunswick early...
  • Nova Exceptional, Guides Yankees To Victory

    Nova Exceptional, Guides Yankees To Victory
    Ivan Nova has gone through the struggles of being a young pitcher in the Major Leagues as his first full season in the Yankees rotation could be defined as inconsistent. If he continues to pitch the way he did last night, however, that defining word...
  • NY Mets Gear Up To Host Oakland Athletics

    NY Mets Gear Up To Host Oakland Athletics
    Oakland will begin their visit to The Big Apple tonight as the Mets face the young West Coast team Tuesday 7:10 p.m. The Athletics recently fired manager Bob Green after his club went on an abysmal 5-26 stretch. They are beginning to see the benefits...
  • NJ Professor Arrested For Running A Prostitution Website

    NJ Professor Arrested For Running A Prostitution Website
    David Flory, a physics teacher at Fairleigh Dickinson University in New Jersey, was arrested Tuesday for running an online prostitution website, according to police. Cops arrested the New York City resident in Albuquerque, New Mexico on 40 counts of...
  • California Mom Accused Of Microwaving Her Baby To Death

    California Mom Accused Of Microwaving Her Baby To Death
    A mother in California was arrested and charged with murder on Tuesday for burning her six-week-old baby to death in a microwave oven, according to police. Ka Yang, 29, of Sacramento California claimed that her baby, Mirabelle Thao-Lo, died March 17th...
  • Cops Search For Driver Who Intentionally Ran Over Woman

    Cops Search For Driver Who Intentionally Ran Over Woman
    Just a week after Corrine Nellius, of Franklin, New Jersey, planned her daughter Tiffany Jantelle's 23rd birthday party, she is now planning her funeral. "It's so hard," Nellius told PIX 11 News. "My heart is broken, it's hatred, I'm destroyed inside."...
  • Residents Of Lower Manhattan Now Eligible for 9/11 Compensation

    Residents Of Lower Manhattan Now Eligible for 9/11 Compensation
    A new $2.8 billion program for those suffering lingering health effects from the 9/11 attacks will be open to more residents of lower Manhattan, potentially increasing the number of residents and passers-by who would be eligible for federal compensation....
  • Teacher Charged With Abandoning Infant Outside NJ High School

    Teacher Charged With Abandoning Infant Outside NJ High School
    Nearly two weeks after an infant was discovered abandoned outside of a New Jersey high school, police have charged a teacher with assaulting and endangering the 1-month-old. According to Hudson County Prosecutor Edward DeFazio, 37-year-old Tamara Reyes...