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Bedford (Bronx, New York)

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  • Rikers Correctional Officer, Employee and Inmate Planned to Rob Drug Dealers' Stash: Report

    Rikers Correctional Officer, Employee and Inmate Planned to Rob Drug Dealers' Stash: Report
    A Rikers Island correctional officer, employee and inmate are charged with conspiracy to rob a drug dealer, according to a month-long investigation. The Drug Enforcement Task Force announced Thursday that a special task force named the REDRUM unit seized...
  • RFK Jr.'s Account Of Abuse By Deceased Wife An Attempt To Make Him Look Good?

    RFK Jr.'s Account Of Abuse By Deceased Wife An Attempt To Make Him Look Good?
    Are revelations about the estrangement of Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. from Mary Richardson Kennedy, his wife, a shocking look into a strained marriage in which the son of the famed senator was the victim of abuse at her hands? Or is it a case of eyebrow-...
  • Brooklyn Gun Buy-Back Program Nets 108 Firearms, Some Loaded

    Brooklyn Gun Buy-Back Program Nets 108 Firearms, Some Loaded
    The first NYPD Gun Buy-Back Program of 2012 took place Saturday in Brooklyn's Crown Heights section. Police say the public turned in a total of 108 firearms at the Bedford Central Presbyterian Church on Dean Street. Here's a breakdown of what was...
  • Toxins Shut Down Bronx School

    Toxins Shut Down Bronx School
    The doors are shut, but teachers keep shuffling in and out of the Bronx New School in Bedford. To passerby, it might be a sign that administrators are gearing up for a new school year. But, the hustle and bustle is all misleading. In fact, the city said...
  • Subway Fire, Water Main Break Snarl Subway Commute

    Subway Fire, Water Main Break Snarl Subway Commute
    A fire and water main break are making it difficult for commuters to get home Friday night. A fire in the West 8th Street-NY Aquarium subway station is affecting service on the Q, F and B lines -- the one-alarm fire broke out in the relay room that...
  • Sex Attacker Targeted Woman, 77, At Her Job

    Sex Attacker Targeted Woman, 77, At Her Job
    Police are looking for a brazen man who sexually attacked a 77-year-old woman in the middle of the day. Just after noon on Wednesday, the suspect, described as a black male, 5'0"-5'10", walked into the woman's place of employment in the Bedford-...
  • 2-Alarm Fire Breaks Out Inside Montefiore Hospital

    2-Alarm Fire Breaks Out Inside Montefiore Hospital
    Police and over 100 firefighters are on the scene of a 2-alarm fire that broke out inside a Bronx hospital Wednesday afternoon that left at least two injured. According to fire officials, crews are responding to the blaze inside Montefiore Hospital in...
  • Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively Wed in Secret Ceremony

    Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively Wed in Secret Ceremony
    CHARLESTON, S.C. -- It's official for Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively -- the secretive couple, who have been dating since 2011, tied the knot on Sunday evening. According to People, the pair tied the knot at Boone Hall Plantation in Mt. Pleasant, S.C....
  • William Jorden dies at 85; onetime journalist wrote about U.S. foreign policy, then helped craft it

    William Jorden dies at 85; onetime journalist wrote about U.S. foreign policy, then helped craft it
    William Jorden, a former New York Times reporter who became a State Department specialist on the Vietnam War as well as U.S. ambassador to Panama, and who wrote a definitive account of the 1978 Panama Canal treaty negotiations, died of lung cancer...
  • Sheldon J. Segal dies at 83; scientist led development of long-lasting contraceptives

    Sheldon J. Segal dies at 83; scientist led development of long-lasting contraceptives
    Sheldon J. Segal, who led the team that developed Norplant, Jadelle, Mirena and other long-lasting contraceptive agents that are used by more than 120 million women around the world and who promoted the idea that women did not have to have monthly...
  • McCain's victory opens up the GOP race

    John McCain's comeback victory in New Hampshire on Tuesday puts the Arizona senator back in contention in a Republican presidential race that still doesn't have a clear front-runner, but he faces a series of challenges. McCain split registered...
  • Just park it here

    IF there's anything worse than driving in Los Angeles, it's parking in Los Angeles. Finding a place to curb your wheels in some of the area's hottest shopping districts is as rare as that empty stretch of freeway -- and just as memorable. Discover the...