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Despite Criticism, SantaCon Participants Say Bar Crawl Is Fun & Good For BusinessesAt the base of the Flatiron Building, more than 1,000 people kicked off the event in a bright, glittery and loud fashion, CBS2's Dave Carlin reported.
After Unseasonably Warm Start To Season, Cold Weather Sets InTemperatures fell below freezing across the Tri-State Area on Friday night for the first time since last winter.
Police Release Video Of 3 People Who Punched Livery Driver, Stole His Car In Crown Heights, BrooklynThe 33-year-old male driver arrived at Schnectady and Saint Marks avenues on Sunday Nov. 27 around 4 a.m. to pick up passengers.
Teen Stabbed In Leg In Tribeca, 1 Suspect Turns Himself InPolice said the 17-year-old victim arranged to sell clothing to a teenage girl at a skate park in Tribeca.
Man Dies In Single-Car Crash Into HomeAuthorities say James A. Burke was driving a 2003 Ford Ranger pickup truck eastbound on East 3rd Street just before noon when his vehicle veered off the road, went through a fence, and struck the home at 36 East 3rd street.
Bumble's Back! Prized Snowman Returned, Thieves ChargedSeveral Seton Hall University students are charged with receiving stolen property.
Arrest Made In Shooting Of NY Corrections Officer, WifeWCBS 880's Myles Miller reports that Shea Roberts, 24, was arrested on Friday by the Queens Violent Felony Squad only a few doors down from where police say he and another man pushed their way into Henry Wright's Jamaica home in an apparent home invasion.
Department of Sanitation Issues 'Snow Alert' For SundayThe agency specifies that this is not a forecast, but it indicates the potential for a snow event.
Authorities Participate In Active Shooter Drill At JFK AirportThe Port Authority is conducting an emergency response exercise at JFK airport until 3 p.m. Saturday.
Pedestrian Safety A Top Priority For Westchester County TownFeiner received 75 reflective armbands from the Automobile Club of New York. He gave them away for free, but police have ordered more.
Upper East Side Christmas Display Causing A StirLawyer Nick Wilder is suing his neighbor, socialite Lisa Maria Falcone, for setting up what he says is nonstop holiday music blaring from a display outside of his apartment building on East 67th Street.
Staten Island Free Toy Store Open For BusinessFor the fifth year in a row, a Staten Island nonprofit is opening a holiday toy store where everything is free.

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