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Hero Crossing Guard Honored In Long IslandVirginia Leviner, affectionately known as Miss Carol, lost her life six weeks ago after she was hit and killed at the corner of Grove St. and South Franklin St.
Warwick Residents Take Sides Over Line Painted Along Suburb’s ‘Railroad Avenue’Some in Warwick thought they were honoring police officers, but the town turned it into something else, and many feel it's an insult.
Holiday Etiquette: How Much To Spend, How To Help The HostIt's time to brush up on your holiday etiquette so you stay off the naughty list this season.
Thieves Pose As Delivery Men, Rob Elderly Couple In Berkeley Township HomeDuring the busy holiday season, crooks are preying on people right at their doorsteps. Armed thieves pretending to be delivery men robbed a couple in their New Jersey home.
Oakland Officials Do Not Expect To Find More Fire Victims; Criminal Investigation UnderwayOne small section of the Ghost Ship warehouse still needs to be secured before workers can finish combing through the rest of the building.
Obama: National Security Strategy Is 'Breaking The Back' Of ISISDelivering his final major national security speech before leaving office, President Barack Obama addressed troops at MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, Florida.

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Victor Cruz On WFAN: Competitive Fire Behind Complaining About Lack Of TargetsVictor Cruz tried to play down his frustration Tuesday about not being targeted in the Giants' loss to the Steelers two days earlier.
Jayson Williams Calls Himself 'Coward' For Covering Up ShootingFormer NBA All-Star Jayson Williams has called himself a "coward" for his cover-up of the drunken accidental shooting death of a limo driver in 2002.
'Game Of Thrones' Author After Latest Jets Loss: 'Life Is Meaningless'"Those were not the Jets," Martin wrote. "That was the Weehawken High School Junior Varsity dressed up in Jets uniforms, surely."
Mets' Collins Says He'd Like Tebow To Play In 2017 Spring Training GamesTim Tebow could soon be in the same lineup with Yoenis Cespedes and David Wright.
Heisman Trophy Winner Rashaan Salaam Found Dead In Colorado ParkThe Boulder County coroner's office said Tuesday that it was still investigating the cause of the death of the 42-year-old Salaam.
Francesa: Jets Doing Their Part To Get Bowles FiredMike Francesa wasn't calling for Todd Bowles to be fired Tuesday, but he wasn't sticking up for the Jets coach, either.

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NYC Weekend Events: Festivals, Shows, Things To DoA roundup of the best events and things to do in New York City this weekend.
NYC's Best Charities, Drives Accepting Holiday DonationsIf you have a little extra cash on hand this holiday season, consider making donations to organizations that help those in need. Don't have money to spare? There are still plenty of ways to help others.
'Operation Santa' Kicks Off For 104th Year In New York CityThe holiday season program allows charity organizations and donors to help fulfill the wishes of children and families in need throughout the season.

Best Of Boomer & Carton

Boomer & Carton Podcast & MOTD: Dec. 6, 2016You'll certainly want to revisit Tuesday's highly anticipated "Moment of the Day" over and over. Why should you tell ya' friends, tell ya' friends? Well, because we heard what it sounds like when Craig has had just about enough of the Jets.
Boomer & Carton: Jerry Gets His Update OnJerry Recco was more than up to the task of updating the masses Tuesday morning and Craig was up to playing the role of savior of the Jets franchise.
Boomer & Carton: The Jets Do, What The Jets Always Seem To DoBy now, Jets fans are used to being on the losing end of things. But this 2016 squad is setting a new standard for futility.

Best Of Mike Francesa

Victor Cruz On WFAN: Competitive Fire Behind Complaining About Lack Of TargetsVictor Cruz tried to play down his frustration Tuesday about not being targeted in the Giants' loss to the Steelers two days earlier.
Francesa: Jets Doing Their Part To Get Bowles FiredMike Francesa wasn't calling for Todd Bowles to be fired Tuesday, but he wasn't sticking up for the Jets coach, either.
LISTEN: McAdoo Talks About Challenge Steelers Offense PresentsThe Steelers have arguably the most talented offensive triplets in the NFL today in quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, running back Le'Veon Bell and wide receiver Antonio Brown.

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