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NYPD Officer Wounded In Bronx Housing Project Shooting Released From HospitalOne of two NYPD officers who was shot by a suspect in a housing project stairwell in the Bronx was released from the hospital on Friday.
2 NYPD Officers Shot In Melrose Houses In The Bronx, 1 Suspect DeadTwo NYPD officers were shot Thursday night in the Melrose Houses development in the Bronx, and one suspect was killed by an apparent self-inflicted gunshot afterward.
Cuomo Announces Free Zika Virus Testing For Pregnant WomenState health officials say they have received "numerous inquiries'' from pregnant women and medical professionals about the disease.
Pascack Valley Regional Schools Test Out Virtual School DaysThe school district will be getting feedback from teachers, parents, and kids.
Mamaroneck Students To Get Hands-On Learning For NH PrimaryJoe Liberti teaches AP U.S. Government at Mamaroneck High School and he's bringing 115 of his students to New Hampshire to get hands on experience.
Leaky Roof At Ramapo High School Raises Mold ConcernsA leaky roof at one school in Rockland County has students, parents and staff concerned about mold.
LGBT Group Eyes Purchase Of Anti-Gay Church Building In HarlemThe Atlah Church in Harlem is known for its anti-gay messages. Now a group that helps homeless LGBT youth wants to buy the church's building.
More Than 1,000 Longshoremen Walk Off The Job At Area PortsMore than 1,000 longshoremen walked off the job at area ports Friday afternoon.
Officials: Raccoon That Attacked NJ Boy Tests Positive For RabiesA raccoon that attacked a 6-year-old New Jersey boy earlier this week has tested positive for rabies, officials said Friday.
Mayor Bill De Blasio Set To Campaign For Hillary Clinton In IowaMayor Bill de Blasio is heading to Iowa on Friday to campaign for fellow Democrat Hillary Clinton.
New Staten Island Ferry To Be Named In Honor Of Staff Sergeant Killed In AfghanistanMayor Bill de Blasio said Michael Ollis jumped in front of a suicide bomber to save the life of a Polish soldier he didn't even know.
Critics Question Gov. Cuomo's Commitment To Funding MTA's Capital PlanTransit advocate Gene Russianoff is calling on the state to specify where it'll get the money it has promised to contribute to the MTA's capital plan.

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