New York

Brother, Sister, Third Man Arrested On Heroin Charges In BethpageA sister and brother, along with a third man, were arrested on drug charges during a traffic stop in Bethpage, Long Island this week.
Nuns Hope Public Can Help With Funds Needed For Repairs At 130-Year-Old Bronx MonestaryA group of nuns is splitting their time between praying, and fundraising. Corpus Christi Monastery in the Bronx is almost 130-years-old, and in need of repair.
Experts: Painkillers May Be Especially Addictive, Dangerous For TeensYoung athletes are often given powerful pain medication – and that can create some major problems.
Identity Thieves Target Unsuspecting Facebook Users With Enticing Financial OffersThere is a new social media scam taking aim at Facebook users. It recently targeted CBS2's Brian Conybeare.
Psychologist: Adults Who Engage In Internet Harassment 'Need Some Psychological Help'A new campaign has been launched to fight Internet harassment which has got a lot of people talking.
De Blasio On Hot Seat Amid Campaign Finance Probe SubpoenasCity Hall received subpoenas from the U.S. attorney's office in Manhattan and from the Manhattan district attorney's office, mayoral counsel Maya Wiley said Wednesday.

New Jersey

'A Minor Glitch:' New Jersey School Gives Wrong Standardized Test To 8th-Grade StudentsParents are upset over a mix-up with a standardized test as kids from one New Jersey school were given the wrong exam.
Bald Eagles Nesting In Hopatcong Could Delay Condo Development Until The SummerMore than 300 bald eagles call New Jersey home, some of the newest birds live in Hopatcong where construction is happening awfully close to the nest.
United Flight From Newark Makes Emergency Landing In Cleveland Due To Engine IssueA United Airlines flight from Newark had to make an emergency landing in Cleveland due to an engine issue.
NJ Police Investigate Whether 'Countdown Bandit' Is Behind Garfield Bank RobberyAround 9:30 a.m. Thursday, a man made off with $11,000 after robbing an M&T Bank branch on Outwater Lane in Garfield.
3 Months Later, Blizzard Sets Record In New York, Deletes Another In NewarkThe National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced the news Thursday after a review of the January storm prompted by questions about the accuracy of snowfall measurements.
Families Evacuated After Car Slams Into Plainfield, NJ BuildingIt happened around 10 p.m. Wednesday at the intersection of Watchung Avenue and East 2nd Street.

Connecticut

8 Mumps Cases Confirmed At Sacred Heart UniversityThere have been 17 probable cases, and eight confirmed mumps cases on the Fairfield campus since an outbreak in late March, according to school officials. The students have all fully recovered.
Malloy: Signing Democratic Budget 'Unimaginable' Without NegotiationThe Democrat predicted Thursday he will veto whatever the General Assembly passes before the session ends May 4.
Connecticut History Teacher Named National Teacher Of The YearThe honor by the Council of Chief State School Officers was announced Thursday. Jahana Hayes will be recognized by President Barack Obama at a White House ceremony on Tuesday.
80,000 Chickens Killed In Blaze After Electric Motor Overheats At Connecticut FarmNo people were reported injured in the blaze, which drew about 125 firefighters from 25 departments across the region.
Ford Recalls More Than 285,000 Vehicles; Multiple Issues CitedFord F-150, 2012 Expedition, Mustang, Lincoln Navigator, Explorer SUV, Ford-F Series Super Duty and 2016 Ford Fusion have all been cited.
Trump Sweeps All 5 Primary States; Clinton Takes 4, Sanders 1Donald Trump swept all five states that held Republican primary contests Tuesday night, but Hillary Clinton was held back from a sweep on the Democratic side by Bernie Sanders.

Entertainment

Katt Williams Arrested After Throwing Salt Shaker In Restaurant Dispute, Cops SayPolice say they arrested comedian and actor Katt Williams just outside Atlanta after he threw a salt shaker at a restaurant manager.
Schilling: ESPN Employs 'Some Of The Biggest Racists In Sports Commentating'Curt Schilling claims that “some of the biggest racists in sports commentating” work at ESPN.
CBS News: Prescription Painkillers Found In Prince's Possession When He DiedPrescription painkillers were found in Prince’s possession when he died at his home near Minneapolis, CBS News reports.
Report: WWE's Ric Flair Treated After Airport IncidentIt’s been a rough 24 hours for Ric Flair.
Prince's Estate To Be Temporarily Overseen By Trust CompanyBremer Trust was named special administrator of Prince's estate on Wednesday after an informal telephone conference with some of the musician's possible heirs and a judge.
LED-Equipped Pigeons To Illuminate NYC Skies In 'Fly By Night' Art EventAbout 2,000 homing pigeons will illuminate New York City's night sky in a project by Brooklyn-based artist Duke Riley.

Politics

John Boehner: Ted Cruz Is 'Lucifer In The Flesh'Former Speaker of the House John Boehner had some harsh words for Ted Cruz on Wednesday night.
Presidential Candidates Turn Their Attention To Next Stop On Primary Calendar: IndianaIndiana is up next in the race for the presidential nomination.
Committee Approves Bill Requiring Women To Register For Military DraftThe House Armed Services Committee approved a measure that requires women to register with the Selective Services and for the possibility of being drafted into the military.
Caitlyn Jenner Takes Donald Trump Up On Bathroom OfferCaitlyn Jenner has taken up Donald Trump's offer and used the women's restroom at one of his luxury buildings.
Ted Cruz Taps Carly Fiorina As Vice Presidential NomineeDespite being mathematically eliminated from clinching the Republican nomination, Sen. Ted Cruz has picked a running mate.
L.I. Senate Race Results May Not Be Final When State Legislature ReturnsIt was looking less likely Wednesday that the presumptive winner of a pivotal state Senate race on Long Island will take his seat in time for the Legislature's return to Albany.

Health & Well Being

8 Mumps Cases Confirmed At Sacred Heart UniversityThere have been 17 probable cases, and eight confirmed mumps cases on the Fairfield campus since an outbreak in late March, according to school officials. The students have all fully recovered.
Experts: Painkillers May Be Especially Addictive, Dangerous For TeensYoung athletes are often given powerful pain medication – and that can create some major problems.
20-Year-Old Cancer Survivor Stealing The Show At Vatican International Cancer ConferenceDoctors, patients and politicians are meeting at the Vatican to discuss breakthroughs and future treatments.
Study: Genetic Test May Allow Breast Cancer Patients To Avoid ChemotherapyWomen diagnosed with early stage breast cancer are often recommended to have chemotherapy, but a genetic test may now spare some women the misery.
Study: Rotating Shift Work Could Boost Risk Of Coronary Heart DiseaseThere are 15-million Americans who do some kind of rotating shift work, including overnights, evenings, and early morning shifts.
Seen At 11: DNA Test Measures Couple CompatibilityWhen it comes to relationships, there's no perfect formula to tell if that certain someone is Mr. or Ms. Right, until now.

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