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3/30 CBS2 Thursday Morning Weather HeadlinesA much brighter start this morning, but cold with temps in the mid 30s in the city and upper 20s far N&W.
Killer Tide: How Authorities Hold Dealers Accountable For Deadly DosesShortly after Michael McMahon was elected Staten Island district attorney in 2014, a neighbor's child collapsed on his parent's front lawn and died of a heroin overdose.
Easter Candies Banned Across The Country Still Sold In Some City StoresWill there be something illegal in your kid's Easter basket this year? A popular treat -- banned in the United States -- can still be found widely available across the city.
Two Ex-Christie Aides Get Prison In 'Bridgegate' CaseBridget Kelly and Bill Baroni were convicted last November on counts including wire fraud, conspiracy and misusing the bridge for improper purposes.
Seen At 11: Making A Purchase On Facebook? You Might Get More Than You Bargained ForSometimes it's easy for consumers to be unaware of what they're in for, and it can end up costing them big time.
Drug Ring Distributed Synthetic Opioid Never Before Seen In NYC Market, Authorities SayThe Brooklyn District Attorney announced multiple arrests Wednesday in a narcotics distribution ring that sold a drug never before seen on the streets of New York.

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Carmelo Anthony Scoreless In The First Half As Heat Roll Over KnicksKristaps Porzingis had 20 points and eight rebounds for the Knicks, who were eliminated from postseason contention for the fourth straight season since winning the Atlantic Division in 2012-13.
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.
NBA Superstar Kyrie Irving Helps NJ Boy Battling Brain Condition Get Back In SchoolKids usually aren't excited about returning to school, but most kids haven't experienced what Spencer Joyner has endured.
Collins: Elbow Injury To Keep Steven Matz Off Opening Day RosterManager Terry Collins said Wednesday that Steven Matz will not be on the Mets' Opening Day roster due to an elbow injury.
AP Source: Referee Received Death Threats After Kentucky NCAA Tournament LossReferee John Higgins of Omaha has contacted law enforcement to report he's received death threats after Kentucky's loss to North Carolina in the NCAA South Regional final.
Joakim Noah's 20-Game PED Suspension Begins WednesdayNow that Joakim Noah has been cleared by doctors to play, he can officially begin not playing.

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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.
Snoop Dogg To Induct Tupac Shakur Into Rock & Roll Hall Of FamePharrell Williams will induct Nile Rodgers during the ceremony in Brooklyn next month.
NYC's Best Upcoming Charity Events For Spring 2017From fashion shows to masquerade balls and luncheons, we’ve compiled a list of charity events you won’t want to miss.

Best Of Boomer & Carton

Boomer & Carton Podcast & MOTD: March 29, 2017During Wednesday's highly anticipated "Moment of the Day," Cowboys' owner Jerry Jones was heard delivering the latest on the Tony Romo situation.
Boomer & Carton: A Much Calmer Jerry Recco Delivers The GoodsFollowing Tuesday's memorable meltdown of sorts, Jerry was much more even-keeled while handling his update business on Wednesday morning.
Boomer & Carton: Bowles Comes Off Badly, McAdoo Kinda Likes Geno, And Trump DeclinesJets' head coach Todd Bowles addressed the media Tuesday, and said some pretty interesting things about his team while revealing a little about himself in the process.

Best Of Mike Francesa

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.
Francesa: Todd Bowles' Lax Attitude Toward Player Punctuality AlarmingTodd Bowles said Tuesday he wasn't overly concerned about players showing up late to practices or meetings, remarks that got Mike Francesa all worked up.

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