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  • Mom Gets 16 Years For Fatally Beating Daughter With Mop

    Mom Gets 16 Years For Fatally Beating Daughter With Mop
    A Brooklyn mom accused of brutally beating her young daughter with a mop handle was sentenced Tuesday to a 16-year prison term. Florenica Vazquez, 38, pleaded guilty to beating Alejandra in October 2008 and leaving her to die on her bed. Alejandra's...
  • City Loses Nearly $50M In Property Tax Ruling

    City Loses Nearly $50M In Property Tax Ruling
    A federal appeals court has ruled against the city's demand that India and Mongolia pay $47 million in back property taxes. For years, the city has imposed and collected taxes on spaces it said was not being used for diplomatic purposes and often used...
  • Have You Seen The 'Ghost Stroller?'

    Have You Seen The 'Ghost Stroller?'
    Have you seen it? People who live near Prospect Park in Brooklyn are calling it the 'ghost stroller'. A photo on the web shows the 'ghost stroller' sitting in eerie silence at Union Street off 6th Ave in Park Slope. Just as suddenly as it appears --...
  • Cops, Mace And The Man Who Caught It All On Tape

    Cops, Mace And The Man Who Caught It All On Tape
    He goes by the pseudonym "Jay" and Tuesday night he stepped forward for his first on camera interview. "Jay" didn't want his face shown, or his full name used. However, he most definitely wants you to watch the controversial clip that's got a lot of...
  • Mocker Questions Congressmen about MTA Stimulus Funds

    Mocker Questions Congressmen about MTA Stimulus Funds
    A day after sending a letter to MTA Headquarters and Chairman Jay Walder, members of the United States House of Representatives from Long Island are responding to questions from PIX 11 News Reporter Greg Mocker. The letter from five U.S....
  • Local Actor Brings Film Series To Bed-Stuy

    Local Actor Brings Film Series To Bed-Stuy
    Ephraim Benton is trying to make a difference by bringing arts and culture to his Bed Sty community. Ephraim is an actor who had a small role in the Oscar-award winning movie "Precious." Tonight, he brought together the stars of the movie, including...
  • Wild Goose Chase? Prospect Park Repopulating With "Dead Birds Walking"

    Wild Goose Chase?  Prospect Park Repopulating With "Dead Birds Walking"
    A strange thing is happening on the shores of Brooklyn's Prospect Park Lake. Five weeks after federal wildlife agents slaughtered 400 Canada geese, new birds are moving in. The rapid influx of avian newcomers has Brooklynites wondering how effective the...
  • 17 Children Killed In India School Collapse

    17 Children Killed In India School Collapse
    A school building in India has collapsed killing at least 17 children. The building in Sumgarh, a village located in the Uttrakhand state collapsed following monsoon rains that have been disrupting the region for the past week. Khazen Das, state...
  • Bed Bugs Invade Times Square Movie Theater

    Bed Bugs Invade Times Square Movie Theater
    It appears that bed bugs are invading more then just the beds of New York City residents. The nasty night crawlers have taken up residence in Times Square's biggest movie theater. After complaints from several customers, the AMC 25 Theater in Times...
  • JetBlue All You Can Jet Pass Is Back

    JetBlue All You Can Jet Pass Is Back
    The All-You-Can-Jet pass has returned from Jetblue airways. This pass will allow an unlimited amount of travel to the jetblue customer over a period of one month. Jetblue launched the campaign last year at the same time in order to fill seats during...
  • Officials: NJ Fire Intentionally Set To Cover Up Murder

    Officials: NJ Fire Intentionally Set To Cover Up Murder
    New Jersey officials claim a fire in a Teaneck home -- that took the life of an elderly woman -- was intentionally set in order to cover up a murder. According to fire officials, the blaze broke out around 11 p.m. Tuesday at the home located on Alpine...
  • As Opposition Increases, Mosque Developer Refuses Relocation

    As Opposition Increases, Mosque Developer Refuses Relocation
    According to a statewide poll released Wednesday, a majority of New Yorkers remain opposed to resurrect a mosque as part of a planned Islamic cultural center just blocks from Ground Zero in Lower Manhattan. The poll also revealed that many saw the...