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Mayor Bill De Blasio Warns New York City's COVID Vaccine Supply Could Run Out Next WeekThe supply comes from the federal government, which expanded eligibility but without providing more vaccines.
Capitol Chaos: Court Documents Allege Rioters Aimed To Kidnap, Kill Elected OfficialsWhen it comes to the latest on investigations in our area, the New York City department of sanitation confirms it’s assisting the FBI as they look into a worker allegedly caught on camera at the riot last week.
Police: Woman Steals Postal Truck, Rams Into Parked Cars In BrooklynVideo shows one officer banging on the side of the truck while another officer jumps on a patrol car as the suspect tries taking off. But this time, she was trapped and officers quickly moved in to get her.
Vehicle Strikes Suffolk County Police Cruiser, Slams Into Long Island HomeThe officer was taken by helicopter to a nearby hospital.
New York, Connecticut Deploying Additional National Guard Members To Washington For Inauguration DayGov. Andrew Cuomo said in a statement Friday that the state is deploying 250 additional members at the request of the Secretary of the Army and the National Guard General.
Shocking Scene: MTA Bus Crashes Through Barrier And Dangles Over Cross Bronx ExpresswayThe MTA said the BX-35 bus was headed to a stop at 178th and Broadway when it somehow veered off the road.
Jets' Robert Saleh Makes History As NFL's First Muslim Head CoachThe Jets hired former San Francisco 49ers defensive coordinator Robert Saleh, who makes history as the NFL's first Muslim head coach.
Indoor Dining In New York City Remains Shut Down As Restrictions Are Lifted In Other Parts Of StateAt reopening restaurants, the indoor rules are 50% capacity and a maximum of four people per table. The state is doing this temporarily and reluctantly, and New York City is not included.