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11:49 AM - Tuesday, September 02, 2014
21 hour ago - newyork.cbslocal.com
Colorful floats, elaborate costumes, politicians and merrymakers filled Brooklyn's streets Monday for the annual West Indian Day Parade, a massive Caribbean celebration that was marred by a fatal shooting nearby before the official festivities . . .
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5 hour ago - newyork.cbslocal.com
School zone speed cameras are back in operation in Nassau County after a the program's initial roll out in July led to the dismissal of thousands of tickets.
7 hour ago - newyork.cbslocal.com
A Delta Air Lines flight from LaGuardia International Airport to West Palm Beach, Florida, was diverted to Jacksonville because of an argument between two passengers Monday night.
8 hour ago - Top Stories - NY1.com
After five weeks of using shuttle buses to get between Brooklyn and Queens, G train riders finally have the whole line back as the MTA finishes around-the-clock work fixing equipment damaged by Hurricane Sandy.
3 hour ago - newyork.cbslocal.com
The 81-year-old comedian went into cardiac and respiratory arrest last Thursday while undergoing a vocal cord procedure at a private Upper East Side clinic.
8 hour ago - New York on HuffingtonPost.com / Emma Gray
Celebrity women: they're just like us. They eat pizza! They take selfies with their best friends! They wake up with mascara smeared under their eyes! And they run the risk of having their naked bodies splashed all over the Internet without thei . . .
11 hour ago - NY Times
What you need to know for Tuesday: sweltering weather, Penn Station upgrades its bleak dining options, and spearfishing off the Rockaways.
8 hour ago - New York on HuffingtonPost.com
Drawn in thick marker along the map of upstate New York, the line snaked down the Niagara River and zigzagged east to outline a swath of Buffalo and its surrounding neighborhoods.
3 hour ago - newyork.cbslocal.com
An Internet video purports to show the beheading of U.S. journalist Steven Sotloff by the Islamic State group.
4 hour ago - newyork.cbslocal.com
The New York Post reported Monday that cops in the 63rd and 69th precincts were ordered to ignore illegal liquor sales inside three Brooklyn junkyards where open-air parties were being thrown.
8 hour ago - cityroom.blogs.nytimes.com / Kate Thorman
Metropolitan Diary: Reading secretly over a man's shoulder on a crowded No. 3 train, a rider became fascinated by his personal email message.
7 hour ago - Top Stories - NY1.com
NY1 takes a look at what's in today's New York City newspapers.
7 hour ago - Top Stories - NY1.com
NYPD precinct commanders are being required to a take a training course in social media at John Jay College, five months after a failed Twitter campaign to post pictures of city police officers resulted in users posting pictures of alleged poli . . .
9/1/2014 - Gothamist / Jen Chung
A man was killed after he and his wife returned to their Staten Island home last night and came face-to-face with an intruder. According to the Staten Island Advance, "The terrifying discovery resulted in a struggle, police said, and ended wit . . .
9/1/2014 - newyork.cbslocal.com
Atlantic City's newest casino and its costliest failure has begun its two-day shutdown. The $2.4 billion Revel Casino resort closed its hotel at 11 a.m. Monday. The casino will close at 6 a.m. Tuesday.
5 hour ago - NY Times
A team of mathematicians and engineers has calculated that if taxi riders were willing to share a cab, New York City could reduce the current fleet of 13,500 taxis up to 40 percent.
5 hour ago - New York on HuffingtonPost.com / Lisa Capretto
On Sept. 11, 2001, Dan Trant left his home on Long Island and arrived at his office on the 104th floor of the World Trade Center. He was in the North Tower when the first plane struck the building below his office that morning, and immediately . . .
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