Latest News Stories

Suspect Dead, Two Officers Hurt In Florida ShootoutPolice say it is unclear if the officers shot the suspect or if he killed himself.
Annual MTA Ridership Down For First Time Since 2009MTA officials blame the 3% dip in weekend ridership on the rise of Uber and other on demand car service apps, in addition to weekend track work.
Democrats Convene In Atlanta To Elect New Party ChairThose voting in Saturday's race include hundreds of state party leaders, donors and activists who make up the Democratic National Committee and determine the party's direction.
Pedestrian Killed In Suffolk County CrashPolice say Cynthia Chorzempa, 62, of Holbrook, was crossing Ronkonkoma Avenue in front of 132 Ronkonkoma Ave around 8:00 pm when she was struck by a 2011 GMC Yukon.
Suffolk County Clerks Busted For Selling Booze To MinorsAccording to police, eleven businesses were checked for compliance with the law on Thursday evening between 7:00 and 10:00.
New Jersey Man Charged With Inappropriately Touching MinorAccording to authorities, members of the Mahwah Police Department and the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office Special Victims Unit received information on Thursday that the victim was groped by 33-year-old Christopher Grier.

Latest Sports Stories

Lin Returns To Starting Lineup, But Nets Fall To NuggetsGary Harris scored a career-high 25 points and the Denver Nuggets bounced back from successive losses to beat Brooklyn on Friday night, handing the inept Nets their 15th loss in a row.
Keidel: Why Not A Mayweather-McGregor Fight?A Mayweather-McGregor boxing match may offend purists' sensibilities. But it's entertainment, so let's just enjoy it.
‘Soccer In The City’ Podcast: The Preseason Winds DownThe guys also look ahead to NYCFC's opener at Orlando City and discuss the Red Bulls' tie with Vancouver in the CONCACAF Champions League, as well as FC Dallas, which appears to be in midseason form.
Long Snapper Zak DeOssie Re-Signs With GiantsLong snapper Zak DeOssie will be back with the New York Giants for an 11th season.
No Ligament Damage For Kristaps PorzingisKristaps Porzingis did not seriously injure his right ankle Thursday night in Cleveland, although the Knicks star is expected to miss some time.
Report: James Dolan Among Investors Behind Islanders Arena ProposalA group reportedly interested in investing in a new arena for the New York Islanders includes one very surprising name: Rangers owner James Dolan.

Eat.See.Play

NYC Food Truck Lunch: Shrimp Tempura Rice Bowl From Domo TacoThe worst thing is when the breading on tempura shrimp is soft and soggy. Luckily, that was not the case. The tempura shrimp was still crunchy, even with sauce covering most of the shrimp.
Doctors: Mild Winter May Mean More Trouble For Outdoor Allergy SufferersWhile most people are welcoming these warm winter temperatures, it also means some suffering for those with spring allergies.
NYC Weekend Events: Festivals, Shows, Things To DoA roundup of the best events and things to do in New York City this weekend.

Best Of Boomer & Carton

Boomer & Carton Podcast: Feb. 24, 2017We were treated to yet another stellar effort courtesy of the Dynamic Radio Duo on Friday.
Boomer & Carton: Jerry Loves Himself Some FridayJerry Recco treats every update with love and care, but for some reason every Friday he really shines.
Boomer & Carton: Knicks Do Nothing Off And On The CourtThe NBA trade deadline came and went on Thursday with the Knicks doing nothing. Boomer and Craig got things going Friday by concluding that Phil Jackson's inactivity speaks volumes.

Best Of Mike Francesa

Mike-i-Mation: Cork For SaleIn this animated clip from 2015, Mike Francesa can't believe that corks from bottles of champagne used in sports celebrations are being sold online. Check it out.
Terrell Owens On WFAN: After Character Debate, Hall Of Fame 'Doesn't Mean Anything To Me'Terrell Owens insisted Thursday that stories leading Hall of Fame voters to question his character have been overblown.
LISTEN: Francesa Cautions Charles Oakley Against Overplaying His HandJames Dolan and Madison Square Garden have lifted their ban on the Knicks great, but Oakley is demanding a public apology.

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