New York

Police: Burglars Targeted Restaurants, Bars On Lower East Side, In ChinatownPolice late Monday were searching for two suspects in a string of burglaries targeting Lower Manhattan restaurants and bars.
Residents Say Construction Crew Has Been Forklifting Cars Onto The Curb In WilliamsburgA big development is causing big headaches in a hot Brooklyn neighborhood. Residents said a construction crew has shown contempt by forklifting their cars onto the sidewalk.
Newburgh Issues State Of Emergency Due To Chemical In WaterThe Orange County city of Newburgh has issued a state of emergency after a dangerous chemical was found in the water.
2016 Met Gala Explores Intersection Of Manmade, Machine-Made FashionHigh fashion and entertainment collided Monday evening at what some call the city’s the biggest party of the year.
Longtime Aide To Governors Andrew, Mario Cuomo Faces Federal InvestigationJoseph Percoco has been one of the governor's closest advisors and confidants for nearly 30 years. The former top aide also worked for Governor Mario Cuomo.
Westchester County Approves New Plan To Save Rye PlaylandWestchester County legislators on Monday approved a plan to ensure the future of the Rye Playland amusement park through a public-private partnership.

New Jersey

NJIT Student Killed During Armed Robbery At Fraternity In NewarkIt happened around 3:30 a.m. at the Tau Kappa Epsilon house on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard near the school's campus.
George Washington Bridge Overhaul Expected To Create Headaches In Bergen, Rockland CountiesThe George Washington Bridge is about to get a major facelift. It could cause traffic nightmares for drivers in Bergen and Rockland Counties.
2 Children Struck In Hit-And-Run In Sayreville, NJThe boys, 5 and 8, were hit while crossing Main Street to get to the Our Lady of Victories School at 7:48 a.m.
Stories From Main Street: Stevens Students Recreate Historic SteamboatA group of students have recreated a steamboat that was built when Thomas Jefferson was still president of the United States.
Christie To Require State's Schools To Test For LeadThe governor said Monday that he will ask the Legislature for $10 million to pay for testing in about 3,000 schools starting in the fall.
New Jersey Holds Hearings To Consider Later School Start TimesThe first meeting will be held Monday afternoon at Camden County College's Blackwood Campus.

Connecticut

Connecticut Tourists Arrested After Climbing Brooklyn Bridge, Sources SaySources told CBS2 the men told police they were climbing the bridge because they wanted to take photos of the sunrise.
CT Senate Approve Bill To Allow Minors Access To Medical MarijuanaThe Senate late Friday voted 23-11 in favor of the bill, which already passed in the House of Representatives. It now moves to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s desk.
New Evidence Suggests Ohio's 'Jane Doe' May Have Been From NY, NortheastThe woman, dubbed 'Jane Doe,' or the "Buckskin Girl" was found dead with wounds to her head in a ditch outside of Troy, Ohio on April 24, 1981, according to officials. She was discovered less than two days after she died.
TSA: Loaded Gun Found In Connecticut Man's Bag At LaGuardia AirportTSA officials said the gun was loaded with six bullets at the time it was confiscated.
8 Mumps Cases Confirmed At Sacred Heart UniversityThere have been 17 probable cases, and eight confirmed mumps cases on the Fairfield campus since an outbreak in late March, according to school officials. The students have all fully recovered.
Malloy: Signing Democratic Budget 'Unimaginable' Without NegotiationThe Democrat predicted Thursday he will veto whatever the General Assembly passes before the session ends May 4.

Entertainment

At Tony Award Nominations Tuesday, All Eyes On 'Hamilton'One thing practically assured on Tuesday is that the Broadway megahit "Hamilton" will get plenty of Tony Award nominations. The real question is how many.
Prince's Longtime Chef: Beloved Icon 'Wasn't Himself' During Final Months Prince's personal chef says the star was battling waves of sore throats and frequent upset stomachs in his final months.
CBS' 'The Talk' Wins Daytime Emmy For Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show CBS' "The Talk" received the Daytime Emmy award for Outstanding Talk Show in entertainment on Sunday.
Gospelfest To Showcase The Best In Gospel This SaturdayMother’s Day is just a week away and what better way to honor the leading ladies in your life than with songs from some gospel greats.
Summer Movie Season PreviewSummer movie season kicks off later this week as the sequel to “Captain America” heads to the box office.
Will Ferrell 'Not Pursuing' Comedy That Prompted Strong Backlash From Reagan FamilyWill Ferrell has decided to back out of his role as Ronald Reagan in a new film after the former president's family and other critics slammed the movie for being in poor taste.

Politics

Longtime Aide To Governors Andrew, Mario Cuomo Faces Federal InvestigationJoseph Percoco has been one of the governor's closest advisors and confidants for nearly 30 years. The former top aide also worked for Governor Mario Cuomo.
Mark-Viverito: Allow Puerto Rico To Restructure DebtNew York City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito said she wants Puerto Rico to have the ability to restructure its debt in the midst of a growing crisis.
Head Of Suffolk Dems: De Blasio Was Wrong In Fundraising MethodsThe head of the Suffolk County Democratic Committee had a terse message for Mayor Bill de Blasio Monday – “You’re wrong.”
Presidential Candidates Make Final Push In Indiana Ahead Of PrimaryPresidential candidates are making a final push for support in Indiana, which holds its primary on Tuesday. It's a critical contest, especially on the Republican side.
WATCH: Bill Clinton Booed, Shouted At During Campaign Stop In West VirginiaFormer President Bill Clinton drew boos and shouts from the crowd as he made a campaign stop in West Virginia coal country ahead of the state's May 10 presidential primary.
Malia Obama To Attend Harvard In 2017President Barack Obama's daughter Malia will take a year off after graduating high school in June before attending Harvard University in 2017.

Health & Well Being

New Jersey Holds Hearings To Consider Later School Start TimesThe first meeting will be held Monday afternoon at Camden County College's Blackwood Campus.
Marrow Donating Members Of The FDNY Don’t Need Ladders Or Hoses To Save A LifeSeveral New York City firefighters were honored Friday for saving lives, but this time it had nothing to do with flames or smoke.
Artificial Meniscus Replacements Could Mean An End To Chronic Knee PainWhen a torn meniscus is removed or wears away, doctors don't have a lot to offer short of knee replacement surgery.
‘ClassPass’ Users Say Recent Price Hike Is Giving Their Wallets A WorkoutA popular fitness membership known for making boutique studio classes affordable is getting backlash over a recent price hike.
8 Mumps Cases Confirmed At Sacred Heart UniversityThere have been 17 probable cases, and eight confirmed mumps cases on the Fairfield campus since an outbreak in late March, according to school officials. The students have all fully recovered.
Experts: Painkillers May Be Especially Addictive, Dangerous For TeensYoung athletes are often given powerful pain medication – and that can create some major problems.

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