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Emotional words as 2 men charged in marijuana grow house explosion that killed FDNY chief are sentenced
Garivaldi Castillo, 33, and Julio Salcedo, 36, were defendants in an unusual hearing. It's rare that a person is held criminally responsible for conditions that cause the death of a New York City firefighter, according to the Bronx District Attorney's Office.
Local man rescued from base of Great Falls in Paterson
Onlookers near the base of the falls lined up on McBride Avenue to catch a glimpse as two dozen fire fighters, police and other first responders pulled the man, who police identified as a city resident, up a sheer concrete wall. Missing his shoes and wearing only one sock, the man had hung on to som
Man Fatally Stabbed in Neck on Bronx Street: NYPD
A man has died after being stabbed on a Bronx street during an argument just after midnight Friday, police say.The 55-year-old victim was arguing with two other men near East 196th Street and Briggs Avenue when he was stabbed in the neck, police and neighbors said.Responding EMS found him unconsciou
4 shot, 2 stabbed on Bronx sidewalk
Six people were injured, one critically, after four were shot and two were stabbed in the Bronx early Saturday morning, and three suspects were taken in custody.
Woman clinging to life after bloody fracas outside Bronx lounge
One 24-year-old woman was shot in the head, a 22-year-old man was shot in the leg, a 25-year-old man was stabbed in the head and a 21-year-old man was stabbed in the back during the fracas, cops said.
N.J. nanny who abused infant and broke her leg has been found guilty
The Somerset County Prosecutor's Office announced Friday that Laura Gonzalez, 39, of Paramus, had been found guilty.
More mosquitoes in N.J. carry West Nile. Here's the counties where the most were found.
To add injury to insult, more of the mosquitoes aretesting positive for West Nile virusinNew Jersey this season. And, this spike is expected to continue for the coming weeks, according to state health officials who are warning residents to take precautions.
Pearl River School Calendar 2018-19: First Day Of School, More
PEARL RIVER, NY — The first day of school in Pearl River is September 5 — and whether you and the kids are looking forward to the new school year or are dreading the end of summer, you'll want to mark the date on your calendar ASAP. The Pearl River School District has released its 2018-2019 calendar
Man with slit throat found lying on Bronx street
FORDHAM MANOR, Bronx (WABC) --It was a gory scene in the Bronx - the result of a violent altercation playing right out in the open.Police say a 55-year-old man with his throat slit was found lying on the street in Fordham Manor.Investigators say the argument started on East 196th Street at Briggs Av
Maywood, Hackensack PDs seek public help on duo stealing credit cards
On July 3, the credit cards were allegedly stolen from gym patrons at Hackensack University Medical Center Fitness and Wellness Center on Route 17 and the Retro Fitness in Hackensack, said Maywood Detective Matt Parodi. The suspect who allegedly took the credit cards would then hand them off to anot
Two wounded in early morning shooting in Paterson's 3rd Ward
The shooting took place at about 3:30 a.m. on the dead-end block of East 37th Street, near 20th Avenue, authorities said. Other details of the crime have not yet been released by authorities.
Paramus Man Charged In Fatal Hit-And-Run Boat Crash
PARAMUS, NJ — A borough resident was charged in connection to a fatal hit-and-run boating crash from 2016 that resulted in the death of a man, authorities announced.
Jilted by married man, she struck back with bat and blackmail: police
JERSEY CITY-- A jilted paramour who wasn't ready to end her relationship with a married man smashed his jaw with a mini baseball bat and extorted $5,000 by threatening to tell his wife all the steamy details, authorities said.
Murphy levels with commuters on eve of Route 495 lane closures | Video | NJTV News
“Let us not kid anyone. This is the very definition, the quintessential good news, bad news story,” said the governor at a press conference Friday morning in North Bergen.
Man wanted for stealing iPhone from 8-year-old in the Bronx
The boy told Eyewitness News he told the man, 'he didn't know,' and turned to go into his apartment complex.
Metro-North engineer William Rockefeller operated erratically before fatal crash: Lawyers
Sen. Charles Schumer, speaking at the Brewster train station, says the MTA is behind schedule in installing Positive Train Control to automatically stop a speeding train before it crashes, Monday, Nov. 20, 2017.Tania Savayan/lohud
Serial Bank Robber Admits Holding Up Fort Lee, Hasbrouck Heights Branches, Targeting Englewood
A serial bank robber from the Bronx admitted Wednesday that he held up banks in Fort Lee and Hasbrouck Heights and was planning to hit another in Englewood when federal agents captured him.Eddy Cruz, 42, also admitted during a plea hearing in U.S. District Court in Trenton that he robbed a PNC Bank
Metro-North asked NJ Transit not to cancel remaining express train
Instead, the train — which only makes stops in Rockland en route to Secaucus Junction and Hoboken Terminal — has been axed three times this month, leading to crowded conditions and a miserable morning commute.
Pregnant reality star Lyric McHenry, 26, found dead on Bronx sidewalk
BRONX — Lyric McHenry, a reality star, producer and social media activist, was found dead on a sidewalk in the Bronx early Tuesday morning, according to multiple reports. She was 26.
Dirty cop admits to taking bribes, ferrying cocaine for informant
A dirty NYPD cop admitted Tuesday to taking bribes and ferrying cocaine for an informant posing as a drug dealer in exchange for six years in prison.Johnny Diaz, 48, wearing an orange prison-issue jumpsuit, took the plea deal in Manhattan Supreme Court before Justice James Burke.“Are you pleading gu