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  • Trio Steals $3,000 Worth Of Gaming Equipment From Toys R Us

    Trio Steals $3,000 Worth Of Gaming Equipment From Toys R Us
    Cops are searching for a trio reposnible for stealing gaming equipment from a Toys R Us in Suffolk County. On October 24, two female suspects acted as lookouts as a male suspect entered the storage area Toys R Us' Bay Shore location and removed over $3,...
  • 9/11 First Responders Agree To Settle WTC Lawsuits

    9/11 First Responders Agree To Settle WTC Lawsuits
    Over 10,000 ground zero workers who were exposed to toxic from the World Trade Center dust agreed to accept a multi-million settlement Friday, ultimately dismissing all their pending lawsuits against New York City. The near-universal acceptance of the...
  • Dance Troupe In Camouflage Causes Terror Scare

    Dance Troupe In Camouflage Causes Terror Scare
    A Florida dance troupe en route to an appearance on BET's live "106th & Park" show, caused a terror scare after they ditched their cars in the Lincoln Tunnel and tried to run to the Manhattan studio. Unfortunately for the dancers, the costumes they chose...
  • Queens School Bus Driver Charged With Sex Abuse

    Queens School Bus Driver Charged With Sex Abuse
    A 69-year-old school bus driver from Queens is under arrest Friday on charges that he sexually abused three young girls while driving to and from school. Nelson Painchault, of Corona, Queens, was charged with eighteen counts of first-degree sexual...
  • Seton Hall Student Changes Her Story

    Seton Hall Student Changes Her Story
    The Seton Hall University student who claimed she was raped in a campus parking lot while walking home, has changed her story, Seton Hall officials say. An email from the Student Affairs Office on Friday said that the student now claims she was not...
  • One Dead, One Arrested in Wrong-way Crash on Major Deegan Expressway

    One Dead, One Arrested in Wrong-way Crash on Major Deegan Expressway
    A drunk driver speeding the wrong way on the Major Deegan Expressway on Saturday morning was arrested after killing another driver in a head-on collision. The accident occurred around 3:45 a.m. just before the Fordham Road exit. Police say 26-year-old,...
  • Layoffs Temporarily Avoided After Newark Mayor Proposes New Plan

    Layoffs Temporarily Avoided After Newark Mayor Proposes New Plan
    The firing of 167 city police officers in Newark is still on hold and Mayor Cory Booker says it can all be avoided if police union members approve a new plan. The proposed plan includes officers giving up clothing allowances, overtime and stress pay....
  • Former Angels, Astros Manager To Mets

    Former Angels, Astros Manager To Mets
    It appears the Amazin's may have a new man in charge. A person with knowledge of the situation says the New York Mets has hired Terry Collins, formerly of the Angels, as their manager. The person spoke to the Associated Press on condition of anonymity...
  • Cops: Alert Worker Thwarts Robbery; Coworkers Bound, Pistol-Whipped

    Cops: Alert Worker Thwarts Robbery; Coworkers Bound, Pistol-Whipped
    An observant restaurant worker is credited for thwarting a robbery at a Secaucus eatery in which his coworkers were tied up and pistol-whipped early Monday morning. His quick action helped police locate and arrest three suspects. Police say employees...
  • Cops: Long Island Man Shot 8 Times Expected To Survive

    Cops: Long Island Man Shot 8 Times Expected To Survive
    A Long Island man is amazingly expected to make a full recovery after his attempted murderer shot at him eight times Sunday afternoon. Nassau County police say 36-year-old Richard Davidson, of Albermarle Road in Brooklyn, and the 43-year-old victim got...
  • Say Cheese: New Bus Lane Cams Will Cost You Big

    Say Cheese: New Bus Lane Cams Will Cost You Big
    The city government designed a new bus system to be by far the fastest in Manhattan. Now, if your car gets in the bus system's way, the city has designed another system that will cost you triple-digit dollars in fines. A series of video cameras is now in...
  • 986th First Responder Dies From 9/11-Related Illness

    986th First Responder Dies From 9/11-Related Illness
    A retired NYPD officer has become the 986th Sept. 11 first responder to die from illnesses he incurred while working at Ground Zero. Robert "Bobby" Ehmer, 47, of East Meadow, Long Island died Sunday after succumbing to a three-year battle with kidney...