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Still More Cats To Be Rescued In UWS Hoarding Case - It turns out, the recent rescue involving more than 20 cats left abandoned in an Upper West Side apartment -- is not yet over.
L.I. Hospital: Reused Insulin Pen Part May Mean Hepatitis, HIV Risk For Patients - The South Nassau Communities Hospital has advised that some patients who received injections from an insulin pen should get tested for hepatitis and HIV.
Seen At 11: Yik Yak, Anonymous Texting App, Stirs Up Controversy - With the help of the app Yik Yak, nameless users across the country are making shooting and bomb threats, causing school lockdowns and even evacuations.
Benefit Concert Held To Support Filipino Communities Recovering From Typhoon Haiyan - Musical superstars performed at Madison Square Garden on Tuesday night, in support of Filipinos who are still working to piece their lives back together in the aftermath of typhoon Haiyan.
Community On Edge Following Groping Incident In Nutley Park - The incident happened just before 5 p.m. on Thursday. The suspect came up from behind a woman and touched her inappropriately, authorities said.
Real Estate Agent Accused Of Affair At Client’s Home Countersuing Over Tapes - A real estate agent accused of using a client's home to hide an affair is countersuing the homeowners, claiming they tried to extort money in exchange for not releasing the home's surveillance tapes.
Officials: 19 Cases Of Measles Identified In Outbreak Across Upper Manhattan, The Bronx - Officials now say that they have seen 19 cases of measles in an outbreak that took place across parts of Manhattan and the Bronx.
Attorneys Weigh In On N.J. Ruling About Keeping Fathers Out Of Delivery Rooms - Attorneys weighed in Tuesday after a New Jersey judge has ruled that a mother can forbid her child’s father from being in the room when she is in labor.
School To Be In Session On 2 Saturdays In Fort Lee, N.J. - Students in Fort Lee, N.J., will miss out on the opportunity to sleep in, or watch their favorite cartoons, on a couple of Saturday mornings this month.
Passengers Sound Off On Twitter As Amtrak Train Stalls In Connecticut - An Amtrak train got stuck – reportedly for over four hours – in Cos Cob, Conn. Tuesday, and passengers sounded off about it on Twitter.
UConn, Police Investigate Claims Of Hazing Against Sorority & Fraternity - The Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority and Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity were temporarily suspended on Monday from all activities on campus pending the outcome of UConn's investigation.
Activists Fight To Keep Control Of Lower East Side Community Garden - Representatives of a children’s community garden on the Lower East Side have filed a lawsuit, attempting to stop a developer from doing away with part of it for a new building.