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In Woodside, Queens, in an area known informally as Little Nepal, immigrants from the nation woke up to the grim news from back home.
Police captured a coyote in lower Manhattan on Saturday morning.
The March of Dimes’ March for Babies is Sunday. WCBS 880 is once again a proud sponsor of the annual event to raise money to help prevent premature birth.
Eva Casale, 50, is running 150 miles to raise $150,000 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
The mother said that thanks to the March of Dimes, Emma was given shots to help open her lungs.
The public garden and cultural center has a lot of special events planned to celebrate its golden anniversary.
Forty-two people have died from fentanyl-related overdoses in the past 15 months.
Sources told CBS2 someone made prerecorded calls to 911 threatening to blow up the Statue of Liberty. Police say Friday morning’s call used a computer-generated voice.
According to police, the suspect followed a 27-year-old woman into her Williamsburg apartment building on April 18.
Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Friday he believes the Metropolitan Transportation Authority has a “more respectful attitude” toward the state in the wake of various crises involving the Metro-North Railroad.
The City Council earlier this week proposed decriminalizing low-level offenses, and on Friday, NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton said he does not support such a move.
The Mets are the talk of the town. But the Yankees could steal the back pages by denying the Amazin’s their franchise-record 12th straight win Friday night.
Mary Pat Christie has been the family’s main breadwinner and reported earning more than $500,000 in the couple’s 2013 tax filings.
A Long Island man has pleaded guilty to murder and sex abuse charges in the death of an 18-year-old newlywed.
A New Jersey lawmaker wants to ban an organic herb fueling the latest drug craze among teens.