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  • NJ Man Accused Of Swiping $1.7M From NY State DMV

    NJ Man Accused Of Swiping $1.7M From NY State DMV
    A New Jersey man admitted Thursday in court to ripping off more than $1.7 million in vehicle registration fees he collected on behalf of the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles last year, PIX 11 News has learned. Glenn Fox, 58, of Marlboro,...
  • Mocker Gets Action: Rough Road Paved in Queens

    Mocker Gets Action: Rough Road Paved in Queens
    Less than 72 hours after PIX 11 News reporter Greg Mocker reported on a disastrously rough and pothole-laden road in Willits Point, residents, business owners, and motorcyclists are enjoying a smooth ride – on fresh asphalt. Mocker says the New York City...
  • 24-Hour Wind Advisory In Effect For NYC Area

    24-Hour Wind Advisory In Effect For NYC Area
    Coming off the heels of Thursday night's Nor'easter, the National Weather Service has placed wind advisories for New York, Connecticut and parts of New Jersey, The wind advisory is in effect from 6 am.m Friday to 6 a.m. Saturday for New York City, Long...
  • NJ Camp Counselor Arrested For Having Sex With Teens in Tent

    NJ Camp Counselor Arrested For Having Sex With Teens in Tent
    Authorities have charged a female camp counselor from Rhode Island with sexually assaulting two teenage boys in New Jersey. The Passaic County Prosecutor's Office says 23-year-old Jessica Fenton had sex with the 16- and 17-year-old in her tent. The...
  • NJ College Bans Alcoholic Energy Drink

    NJ College Bans Alcoholic Energy Drink
    A New Jersey college has banned a popular caffeinated alcoholic beverage fearing they could lead to what officials call "blackout in a can." Ramapo College in Mahwah took the action after nearly two dozen students were hospitalized for alcohol...
  • City Councilman Delivers Emotional Speech, Urges Gay Teens To 'Stick Around, It Gets Better'

    City Councilman Delivers Emotional Speech, Urges Gay Teens To 'Stick Around, It Gets Better'
    Councilman Joel Burns may not lead a life as salacious as some of the most over exposed celebrities - who somehow manage to get a daily spotlight in our culture's consciousness - but his message to gay teenagers is making strides of its own, and hopefully...
  • NYC Widow Wants Dead Husband's Sperm

    NYC Widow Wants Dead Husband's Sperm
    An NYC woman is seeking a court order to extract sperm from her dead husband so she can have the family she says he always wanted. According to authorities, Victoria Chege's husband, George Kamau, committed suicide on Monday in Norwalk, Conn. Chege...
  • JetBlue Unveils New Jets-Green Airplane

    JetBlue Unveils New Jets-Green Airplane
    The New York Jets and JetBlue together have created the latest homage to Gang Green -- an A320 Airbus painted green and white and adorned with the team's logo. The plane was unveiled Friday at JetBlue's Hangar 81 at JFK International Airport by Jets...
  • Who's Park Is It Anyway?

    Who's Park Is It Anyway?
    It's been holding down the corner of 109th Avenue and 171st Street in Jamaica, Queens for years. Neighbor Joe Green says it's a mess, "It used to look good in the 70s." No way to miss it, it's a mess, with broken benches, a rusted slide, and garbage...
  • Mental Evaluation Pushes Back Trial

    Mental Evaluation Pushes Back Trial
    There is another setback in the trial of the man who admitted to hacking an Upper East Side psychiatrist to death -- David Tarloff's recent behavior has prompted Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Edward McLaughlin to order a mental evaluation. Jury...
  • Tavern On The Green Reopens As Visitors Center

    Tavern On The Green Reopens As Visitors Center
    The sight of the once iconic Manhattan restaurant, Tavern on the Green, has evolved into a visitor center, gift shop and courtyard featuring upscale food trucks. The eatery, once located in Central Park at 67th Street and Central Park West, shut down...
  • Firefighters Battle Brush Fire In Staten Island

    Firefighters Battle Brush Fire In Staten Island
    A brush fire in Great Kills Park was brought under control Saturday afternoon despite wild winds that caused it to spread. The two-alarm blaze broke out shortly after 1 p.m., according to fire officials. 25 fire companies from the area responded to the...