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Power Outages, Lingering Debris Cause Mounting Frustration Across Tri-StateFrustration is mounting across the Tri-State Area between ongoing power outages and lingering debris from Tropical Storm Isaias.
Black Lives Matter Protester Turns Himself In To Police One Day After Six-Hour StandoffTwenty-eight-year-old Derrick Ingram is accused of shouting into a bullhorn that was aimed at a police officer's ear during a June protest.
Trump Signs Limited Executive Orders On Economic AidPresident Trump signed several executive orders pertaining to unemployment relief on Saturday, including extending enhanced unemployment relief benefits, but at $400 a week instead of $600.
Nonprofit Provides Hot Meals For Those In Need In Times SquareThe organization holds this event in Times Square every Saturday and says it will continue as long as needed.
NYC Begins Stopping Drivers Entering City In Crackdown On Quarantine EnforcementPeople coming from nearly three dozen states are required to quarantine for 14 days.
Jericho Residents Say Plans To Turn Old Hotel Into Homeless Shelter Were Done In Secret: 'We Need The Transparency'A spokesperson for Nassau County says the shelter is needed “in order to provide these important services for our neighbors in need, especially during these difficult times.”
Police Looking For Man Caught On Camera Suspected In Armed Robbery At Brooklyn DeliThe man went up to the counter at Munchiez candy store on Lenox Road, pulled out a black firearm, pointed it at the clerk and demanded cigarettes, according to police.
Man Wanted For Reckless Endangerment Opened Fire In Queens Neighborhood, Police SayPolice said the man got out of a black four-door sedan, fired three rounds from a handgun, got back into the car through a passenger door and fled.