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I.M. Healthy Recalls SoyNut Butter Over E.Coli OutbreakTwenty-nine cases have been reported across 12 states, including New Jersey.
Crayola Unveils Retiring Color A Day Earlier Than PlannedDandelion is retiring from Crayola's 24-pack box of crayons. The announcement came a day earlier than planned.
Bill De Blasio Blasts Raiders Owner For Moving Team To Las VegasBill de Blasio is venting about a new tale of two cities: Oakland and Las Vegas.
Fatal Shooting At Service Area On NJ Turnpike In CranburyThe shooting took place just before 3 p.m. at the Molly Pitcher Service Area.
Nassau Cops Urge Vigilance As Doorstep Package Thefts SurgeNassau County Police are warning of an uptick in packages being stolen from the doorsteps of homes.
Police: Intruder Exposes Self, Tries To Get In Bed With Brooklyn WomanA man exposed himself and tried to get into bed with a woman after breaking into her apartment in Brooklyn, police said.

Latest Sports Stories

Kansas' Frank Mason III Wins AP Player Of The YearFrank Mason III, who led Kansas to its 13th consecutive Big 12 title, is The Associated Press' Player of the Year.
Bill De Blasio Blasts Raiders Owner For Moving Team To Las VegasBill de Blasio is venting about a new tale of two cities: Oakland and Las Vegas.
Hal Steinbrenner On WFAN: Yankees Can Contend If Things Break RightHal Steinbrenner says he believes this year's Yankees could be playing well into October and that the front office won't be afraid to be aggressive at the trade deadline if a move needs to be made.
Schmeelk: Tanking Helps, But Knicks' Luck In Draft Is More ImportantMath is math, which is why making the odds as favorable as possible is important in the season’s final weeks. It can’t be a bad thing. Finishing one game worse than the Timberwolves two seasons ago cost the Knicks a chance at Karl Anthony-Towns.
‘City Game’ Podcast: Melo's Reduced Role, The Improving Nets And MoreIn the latest episode of “City Game,” WFAN's brand new podcast focusing on the Knicks and Nets, hosts John Schmeelk and Steve Lichtenstein talk about the Knicks tanking, Carmelo Anthony's lack of enthusiasm and the improving Nets.
Yankees Set To Use Severino As No. 4 StarterLuis Severino has a lot to prove this season, and he's going to get ample opportunity to show he belongs.

Eat.See.Play

'Salt Bae' Sightings In NYC Make Splash On Social MediaRumor has it the social media sensation is scouting out locations for a new Manhattan steakhouse.
NYC's Best Late-Night Happy Hour Deals For Spring 2017Of course there are late-night happy hour deals in the city that never sleeps! Here are five of our favorite locales offering up bar bites, cocktails and sweet beer deal long after traditional happy hour ends.
Queens Rapper Nicki Minaj Makes Modeling Move With Wilhelmina ContractThe agency said in a statement Wednesday that it will work to further the six-time American Music Award winner's influence in fashion and beauty.

Best Of Boomer & Carton

Boomer & Carton Podcast & MOTD: March 30, 2017Thursday's highly anticipated "Moment of the Day" provided us with a rare glimpse inside the head of Al Dukes.
Boomer & Carton: It's All About That Recco ('Bout That Recco)When the spotlight shines upon him, Jerry Recco never wilts. And Thursday's effort was no exception.
Boomer & Carton: Knicks Are (Officially) Done, Matz Is Out And Familia Gets Off EasyThursday's show open started with the lowly Knicks, after Melo & Co. were officially eliminated from playoff contention on Wednesday night.

Best Of Mike Francesa

Hal Steinbrenner On WFAN: Yankees Can Contend If Things Break RightHal Steinbrenner says he believes this year's Yankees could be playing well into October and that the front office won't be afraid to be aggressive at the trade deadline if a move needs to be made.
Yankees' Cashman On WFAN: Announcements On No. 4 Pitcher, Right Fielder Coming Very SoonThe Yankees will be announcing some important decisions about their rotation and outfield very soon, general manager Brian Cashman said Wednesday.
Girardi On WFAN: Battle For Last 2 Spots In Yankees' Rotation Is Down To 4 CandidatesThe final two spots in the Yankees' rotation are a near dead heat between four pitchers, manager Joe Girardi said Tuesday.

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