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.
Dozens of baby finches have been found dazed or dead in a private park of an upscale Manhattan neighborhood.
Oscar Fuller, 35, was indicted on second degree assault charges in connection with the confrontation in the East Village that landed 25-year-old Lana Rosas in the hospital.
Braylon Edwards has been a star for the Jets, and he wants to keep it that way. He spoke as he left a Manhattan courthouse after a brief appearance in a drunken-driving case.
Former Gov. Mario Cuomo listened intently to the legal arguments in the courtroom Thursday. He has been appointed to work out an agreement between the trustee and the Mets owners.
Forty sanitation workers staged a work slowdown Thursday protesting work conditions at the West 57th Street facility, saying that while they work at a dump, they don’t have to work in it.
The billboard, located at the corner of Watts Street and Sixth Avenue, reads: “The most dangerous place for an African American is in the womb.”
Fernando Bermudez, who spent 18 years behind bars in an upstate correctional facility, will now try to get justice through the multi-million dollar suit.
Fourteen members of a violent street gang have been indicted after terrorizing central Harlem, officials announced Wednesday.
Aleksandr Kuznetsov, 54, was found stabbed numerous times in his Sheepshead Bay apartment shortly after 5 a.m., police said. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
New York City is hosting the event where police and firefighters from 70 countries will team up to compete in 69 sporting events that will take place one week before the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks.
Joy White said that she and Carlina White were like strangers and that she wants to spend time with her so they can get to know each other.
Police discovered a newborn boy dead Monday morning in a Coney Island apartment after his 14-year-old mother was taken to the hospital.
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all? According to New Yorker Magazine it’s Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
A former juvenile justice worker convicted of molesting teenagers at the Manhattan Family Court building has been sentenced to four years in prison.
Police on Staten Island are looking for a man and woman robbery team that viciously attacked an elderly couple as they were entering their home on Sunday night.