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 1010WINS.com, where her reports 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.
Prosecutors have charged 29-year-old Gino Colella with 20 counts of selling a controlled substance and 30-year-old Robert Miller with 5 counts of the same crime.
Police say a Jersey City man stabbed his wife and her four children with a hunting knife after a domestic dispute Tuesday night.
Former NFL star Lawrence Taylor pleaded guilty Thursday to sexual misconduct and patronizing a prostitute, misdemeanor charges that carry no jail time but require him to register as a sex offender.
MTA chairman Jay Walder said the agency has reviewed vulnerabilities in the system and have improved weather monitoring, notification, and interagency coordination.
Four other people suffered minor injuries in the blaze at the two-story house in the borough’s Mill Basin neighborhood.
Fire officials said the blaze began in the back of the first floor apartment just before 6 a.m. on East 57th Street. There were no smoke alarms and officials said the outer and inner doors were double locked.
The Italian restaurant on E. 58th Street and Second Avenue is preparing for the week leading up to Christmas Eve and the Feast of the Seven Fishes.
The NYPD is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying two men who attacked an elderly man in Harlem last week.
Nearly a week after being mugged, a beloved Brooklyn bakery owner was shot dead just steps from his apartment building Tuesday night in Crown Heights.
Two teenagers have been charged with assault as a hate crime in connection with the attack of a Hasidic man in Williamsburg Monday night. Police said the teens also admitted to beating a yeshiva teacher on Thanksgiving.
Police went to the house at 345 Mosel Avenue at 1 p.m. Tuesday and found Josiah Taylor unconscious and unresponsive.
A noted New York City jeweler who decorated celebrities and collected baubles and art worth millions of dollars has been arrested.
The 13th annual New York Chocolate Show is underway at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Chelsea.
Federal authorities say two funds created to provide relief for cash-strapped Holocaust survivors were raided for more than $42 million with the help of several people who were supposed to administer the funds.
The twelfth miner rescued from Chile’s mine disaster arrives in Manhattan Thursday.