New York

Artist Sends Pigeons Soaring Over East River, Fitted With LED LightsAn artist’s dream took flight Thursday night, as more than 2,000 pigeons soared over the East River outfitted in lights.
Seen At 11: Mothers Turning To Controversial Practice Of Giving Chiropractic Care For NewbornsSome mothers are turning to chiropractic care for their newborns, which some experts believe is dangerous.
CBS2 Exclusive: Staten Island Couple Recalls Encounter With Alleged Burglar In Search Of FoodA Staten Island couple had a strange encounter on Tuesday, waking in the middle of the night to find themselves face-to-face with a suspected burglar.
Police Question Nephew In Disappearance Of Retired Nurse From The BronxPolice Thursday night were questioning the nephew of a missing 69-year-old Bronx woman, after police sources said he said something potentially incriminating to a family member.
De Blasio Spokeswoman Karen Hinton To Step DownKaren Hinton, Mayor Bill de Blasio’s press secretary, will soon be leaving her post.
New York Times Co. Launches Partnership To Begin Shipping Recipe IngredientsThe New York Times Co. is known for delivering newspapers, but the company now wants to help deliver food to people's door steps.

New Jersey

Linden, N.J. Police Officer Charged With Distributing MarijuanaA Linden, New Jersey police sergeant was charged Thursday with distributing marijuana, prosecutors said.
Female Rutgers Student Attacked During Attempted Sexual AssaultA female student was viciously attacked at Rutgers University early Wednesday morning.
Manhunt Intensifies For Escaped Prisoner In Barnegat Township, N.J.Authorities said on Tuesday morning Arthur Buckel managed to escape from the Bayside State Prison Unit at Ancora Psychiatric Hospital in Winslow Township.
Christie Approves Law Making 'Upskirting' A Crime In New JerseyIt makes the act of publishing "upskirt'' images a third-degree offense punishable with up to five years in prison and a $15,000 fine.
NJ Lawmakers Unveil Bill Protecting Firefighter HealthThe Firefighter Cancer Registry Act would monitor the relationship between career-long exposure to dangerous fumes and toxins that voluntary and paid firefighters face on a daily basis all over the country.
Intense Hunt For Escaped Prisoner In Barnegat Township, N.J.An escaped prisoner may be in the Tri-State Area or trying to get there, authorities said Wednesday night.

Connecticut

Lawmakers Question Cost Of Covering Deficit In Connecticut State BudgetLawmakers in Connecticut will vote on the state’s budget next week in a special legislative session.
Powerball Jackpot Reaches $348 MillionNo one has won the full jackpot since March 2 and the multi-state lottery estimates Wednesday night's drawing will be worth $348 million.
Connecticut Chimp Attack Victim's Body Rejecting Face TransplantCharla Nash says doctors have decided to end an experimental drug treatment and put her back on her original medication in the hopes of reversing the rejection.
Connecticut Budget Deal Tackles $960 Million Deficit With Cuts, LayoffsThere is no tax increase in the latest budget deal between Democratic lawmakers and Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, instead the state will tackle a $960 million deficit with cuts and layoffs.
New Haven Man Pleads Guilty To Molesting 13-Year-Old In Church BathroomA New Haven man charged with sexually molesting a 13-year-old boy in the bathroom of a Bridgeport church has pleaded guilty.
Frozen Food Recall Expanded After Several Hospitalized From ListeriaThe products were sold at retailers nationwide, including Trader Joe's and Costco, with "best buy" dates bewteen April 26, 2016 and April 26, 2018.

Entertainment

Company Creates Pouch To Lock People's Cellphones During ShowsA startup company has created a pouch to lock people’s cellphones in for “no phone zones.”
WATCH: Gwen Stefani Joined By George Clooney, Julia Roberts On Carpool KaraokeWatch "Late Late Show" host James Corden and Gwen Stefani team up with George Clooney and Julia Roberts in this special edition of "Carpool Karaoke."
Caitlyn Jenner To Pose Nude On Cover Of Sports Illustrated, Report SaysCaitlyn Jenner is reportedly going to be posing nude for the cover of Sports Illustrated.
Prince To Be Inducted Into Apollo Theater's Walk Of FameThe late musician will join previous honorees such as Aretha Franklin and Michael Jackson when he's officially inducted during the Apollo's 11th annual Spring Gala on June 13.
Gwen Stefani, Mystery Guests To Join James Corden On Carpool KaraokePop star Gwen Stefani is making a very special appearance on "Carpool Karaoke" on the "Late Late Show" with James Corden tonight.
'Hamilton' Sets New Record With 16 Tony Award Nominations"Hamilton'' was nominated in virtually every category it could compete in, from acting to scenic design.

Politics

De Blasio Spokeswoman Karen Hinton To Step DownKaren Hinton, Mayor Bill de Blasio’s press secretary, will soon be leaving her post.
Lawmakers Question Cost Of Covering Deficit In Connecticut State BudgetLawmakers in Connecticut will vote on the state’s budget next week in a special legislative session.
Donald Trump: Oscar De La Hoya Is 'Absolutely Lying,' I Don't Cheat At GolfDonald Trump wants to make one thing perfectly clear -- he doesn't cheat at golf.
State Sen. Todd Kaminsky Being Asked To Return $50K Donation Arranged By Person Subpoenaed In De Blasio's Campaign Donations ProbeThe man who just succeeded the corrupt former state Senate majority leader is refusing to give back a big money contribution that was arranged by the person at the center of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s campaign donations probe.
Paul Ryan: 'I'm Just Not Ready' To Endorse Donald TrumpHouse Speaker Paul Ryan is refusing to support Donald Trump as the Republican nominee for president, insisting Thursday that the businessman must do more to unify the GOP.
Hempstead School District Won't Raise Budget Despite Overcrowded ClassroomsSchool budget votes are coming up and in many districts taxes are going down thanks to a state tax cap.

Health & Well Being

Seen At 11: Mothers Turning To Controversial Practice Of Giving Chiropractic Care For NewbornsSome mothers are turning to chiropractic care for their newborns, which some experts believe is dangerous.
Experts: For Healthy Older Women Pregnancy Can Still Be A Safe DecisionJanet Jackson set off a storm of speculation that she has now put to rest. She is in fact pregnant and she will be turning 50 in a little over a week.
FDA Brings E-Cigarettes Under Federal AuthorityThe Food and Drug Administration on Thursday released long-awaited rules that bring the burgeoning industry under federal oversight.
Hand Hygiene Day: Health Officials Say Clean Hands Save LivesHand washing saves lives. That's the message the World Health Organization is hoping to spread on Hand Hygiene Day, which is Thursday.
Some Worry Westchester County Isn't Taking Enough Action To Fight Zika MosquitoesSome experts predict mosquitoes bearing the Zika virus could hit the Tri-State Area this summer, and the northern suburbs in particular are taking action.
Pediatricians Divided Over ‘Cry-It-Out’ Style Of Sleep TrainingMost pediatricians think it's okay to let babies cry themselves back to sleep at 4 to 6 months, but a new movement says parents can sleep train babies at 2 months.

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