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.
In a risky move for the defense, Officer Franklin Mata, accused of covering for his partner, took the witness stand and told a much different story than anyone had heard to that point.
A leading New York City construction company and four executives have been charged with bilking banks, The Economist magazine and other clients out of more than $30 million through an overbilling scheme.
Mamdou Balde, 21, was transported to Lincoln Hospital and is in critical but stable condition. Balde was shot multiple times. He was hit in the arm, foot and groin.
The updated system will be in place by next week and consists of just two warning levels: elevated and imminent.
Owes, 17, was all smiles after the Abyssinian Baptist Church posted her $25,000 cash bail. The former Deerfield Academy prep student will go on trial in September.
Police discovered the body of 27-year-old Larisa Prikhodko and her mother, 57-year-old Tatyana Prikhodko, at 2299 East 13th St., while responding to a missing persons report.
George Villanueva pleaded not guilty at his arraignment Thursday in the death of Officer Alain Schaberger as his mother fell to her knees proclaiming her son’s innocence while dozens of police officers crowded the courtroom.
According to detectives, he follows his victims from the train onto the platform or street, engaging them in conversation before displaying a gun or a knife.
The friends of a woman, who accused two NYPD officers of raping her in December 2008, testified that the alleged victim was intoxicated and couldn’t stand on her own.
Coello will be back in court Friday to be arraigned on the charge of second-degree murder.
Before jury selection began Tuesday, the judge in the case dismissed 12 official misconduct charges. The other major charges remain intact.
Propective jurors groaned during the selection process Monday as the judge told them how long the trial could last. Only 18 of 130 people said they would be willing to participate.
Senate Republicans in Albany are also hoping to bring mixed martial arts (MMA) to the state for what they believe could be millions of dollars in annual tax revenue.
Prosecutors say a Maryland man posed as a diplomat from the Dominican Republic in a fund-raising scam brought to light by a New York state senator.
Producers on Wednesday confirmed that “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” would be delayed. Again.