Jay Dow

Black Friday Shopper - New York, NY - Nov 25, 2011 (credit: Michael Nagle/Getty Images)

Evening Numbers Dash Hopes: Black Friday Not As Good As Last Year

They skipped Thanksgiving dinner, they braved the elements and they waited in line for hours all for a piece of the Black Friday action.


Photo released by officials of suspected terror suspect Jose Pimentel. (Credit: Kristen Artz/Flick/NYCMayorsOffice)

Sources: Terror Suspect Wanted To Blow Up A Bomb On The USS Intrepid

Jose Pimentel was behind bars Monday night, being held without bail because, officials say, he had grandiose plans to blow up people and places in the metropolitan area, including the Intrepid Air and Space Museum.


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2 Injured After Jumping From Burning Building In Hamilton Heights

The fire broke out on the third floor of a four-story apartment building just before 4 a.m. on 147th Street and Amsterdam.


Occupy Wall Street returns to Zuccotti

OWS Protesters Re-Populate Zuccotti, Vow To Last Test Of Time Without Creature Comforts

In a four-page ruling, Supreme Court Justice Michael Stallman said that the protesters’ first amendment rights didn’t entitle them to camp out in the plaza indefinitely.


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Tyler Clementi’s Parents Visit Rutgers For First Time Since Son’s Suicide

Joseph Clementi says his family is on a mission to not only raise awareness of cyber-bullying, but to encourage students to be more responsible in their personal and digital lives.


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Residents On Edge In Tenafly After Series Of Burglaries

There have been six incidents in Tenafly over the last four weeks, generally in the same section of town.


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$25K Reward Offered For Info In Shooting Death Of Off-Duty Newark Police Officer

A robber approached Det. Michael Morgan as he was talking with a dancer outside the Sunrise Gentlemen’s Club in Paterson. Police believe there was a struggle, and Morgan was shot in the side.


Storm Damage In Closter, New Jersey (credit: CBS 2)

Closter, NJ Residents Blaming New York Utility For Power Woes

Some residents in Closter are accusing their power company of a snow job.


Bronx police officer Jose Ramos, left, appears with his attorney John Sandleitner in Bronx state Supreme Court in New York, Friday, Oct. 28 2011.  (credit: AP Photo/Richard Drew, Pool)

16 Officers Plead Not Guilty In Alleged NYPD Ticket Fixing Scandal

Fellow police officers packed the courtroom and stood outside to see the accused stand before the judge.


The NYC ME ruled the death of 6-month-old Amaan Ahmmad an accident. (credit: Facebook)

Brooklyn 6-Month-Old Amaan Ahmmad Who Died After Antibiotic Overdose Laid To Rest

Amaan went into cardiac arrest and was declared brain dead after receiving an adult dosage of an antibiotic.


The NYC ME ruled the death of 6-month-old Amaan Ahmmad an accident. (credit: Facebook)

ME Rules Death Of Brooklyn 6-Month-Old ‘Accident’ Resulting From Antibiotic Overdose

Ahmmad was taken to Brookdale Hospital by his parents, Ummay Sultana and Amain Ahmmad, for treatment for fever before being given what was ruled an accidental adult dose of the antibiotic azithromycin.


Main Street Station in Flushing - Queens, NY - Oct 25, 2011 (credit: Mike Xirinachs / WCBS 880)

MTA Canning Trash Bins At Some Subway Stations

What’s a trash-toting subway commuter to do without a garbage can?


Robert Durst

Look Who’s Here: Confessed Killer Robert Durst Buys Property In Harlem

Durst shot his elderly neighbor in the face in 2001, dismembered his body and dumped the pieces into Texas’ Galveston Bay.


The Brick House Restaurant in Wyckoff (credit: CBS 2)

Police Warn Of Sexual Predator In Wyckoff

As police in Wyckoff search for a sexual predator who attacked a woman Tuesday night, they are warning women to be on alert, saying, the best protection against being the next victim is the knowledge that it could be you.


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Bert Ammerman, Brother Of Pan Am Flight 103 Victim, Finds Relief In Gadhafi’s Death

As reports of Moammar Gadhafi’s death flooded the airwaves Thursday, Bert Ammerman took a moment to reflect.