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Jimmy Carter Hospitalized With Fractured Pelvis After Falling In His HomeFormer President Jimmy Carter has been hospitalized with a fractured pelvis after falling in his Georgia home Monday night, a spokesperson said in a statement. This is the second time 95-year-old Carter has taken a fall at his home in Plains this month.
4 Men Charged After Witnesses Clash With Police Over Shooting On Upper West SidePolice said the shooter - 28-year-old Raymond Johnson - escaped from a cruiser while in handcuffs. He was wrestled to the ground in the middle of traffic. CBS2's Reena Roy reports.
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MTA, Bronx Officials Share Final Plans For Bus Service ImprovementsThe final plans for a redesign of the bus network in the Bronx were unveiled Tuesday.
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