Juliet Papa is an award-winning reporter for 1010 WINS Radio, the top-ranked all-news station in the nation.
Papa covers all aspects of news and delivers news in a multi-media format. It includes 1010 WINS Radio(AM) and http://www.1010wins.com, where her reports, blogs, and photographs appear.
She contributes to Reader’s Digest magazine and has contributed to The New York Times. Her published books are: The Mafia Handbook, Viking Penguin, 1993, and Ladykiller, St. Martin’s Press, 1995.
Juliet freelanced for WCBS-TV, has contributed to the ABC, AP, and CNN Radio Networks, and has appeared on CNN, MSNBC, and Court TV.
Her assignments have included the trials of Martha Stewart, Sean “Diddy” Combs, the Mafia Cops, and John Gotti Sr. and Jr. Recent celebrity interviews include Regis Philbin, Donald Trump, Derek Jeter and Joe Torre.
She has performed voice-overs for feature films and network television shows. She also speaks before business, education and civic organizations. The CBS-TV network show “48 Hours” highlighted her professional day.
Juliet is the recipient of numerous Edward R. Murrow and New York Press Club awards. She was inducted into the NYPD Honor Legion for acting as an intermediary in a hostage stand-off. In 2000, the Associated Press named her Reporter of the Year.
Papa is on the Executive Committee of the Inner Circle, a journalists group that writes and performs a charity political lampoon show each year. She is also on the organizing committee of the annual Artists/Writers charity softball game in East Hampton, NY.
Ten years after the 9/11 attacks, the need for vigilance and precaution remains paramount.
Many other customers said they felt cheated and that the free glass on the table suited them just fine.
Inspectors visited nearly 2,000 stores in all five boroughs and found inaccuracies on price tags, scanners and scales.
The Grand Army Plaza Park has apparently become a new hangout for the four-legged vermin as some locals can attest to.
This Sunday is the 30th Annual Dominican Day Parade and while it promises to be a day full of floats, music and fun, what officials say it won’t be is disorderly.
Police say the 41-year-old victim was jogging early Friday morning on the East Drive near 77th Street when 26-year-old Eusebio Molino allegedly approached her from behind, groped her and then took off.
Providence Hogan is hoping to avoid jail time by paying the $82,000 she stole over two years from the PTA at her child’s elementary school.
Pablo Negron, 26, was charged with attempted murder, assault and criminal possession of a weapon. Jose Rivera, 22, was charged with criminal possession of a weapon and tampering with evidence.
James Cromitie, David Williams and Onta Williams, the three men convicted of plotting to blow up local synagogues and shoot down military planes, have been sentenced to 25 years in prison in federal court in Manhattan.
DA Charles J. Hynes said the body shop caused “enhanced damage” to cars brought into their shop “thereby increasing the profit margin.”
There are some food wholesalers in the area who insist they hose down and use bleach, but the smell just doesn’t go away.
The Labor Department has released some grim numbers showing economic growth is slowing and unemployment is rising.
A Brooklyn man with a long rap sheet has been arrested in the brutal sex assault of an 85-year-old woman on the Upper East Side, police said.
There were dramatic developments Monday during closing arguments in the trial of two New York City Police officers accused of rape. The attorney for one of the officers said the victim is in it for the money.
Thirteen jurors have spent the last two and a half months contemplating the guilt or innocence of NYPD officers Kenneth Moreno and Franklin Mata.