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Dramatic Video Shows Lightning Strike Over Manhattan as Storm Brews

Dramatic video footage shows the moment lightning struck over Manhattan, New York, on Thursday, May 10, amid reports of a brewing storm.This video was captured by eyewitness Laurent Fanichet. Weather forecasters warned New York faced an increased risk of lightning strikes as the city faced a potenti


2 NYPD officers die in crash on officer's wedding night

Michael Colangelo, 31, of Huntington Station and Martinez, 39, of Hauppauge, were pronounced dead at the scene.

ABC7NY.COM - 2018-05-21 13:49:38

There's a class in NYC that teaches you how to make fancy chocolate desserts

Jacques Torres offers a personalized chocolate-making class that allows you to become a chocolatier for a day. Learn how to make a variety of different chocolate treats.


Brooks Brothers To Open At Empire Outlets - New York City's Only Outlet Center | forimmediaterelease.net

The 4,040-square-foot Brooks Brothers outlet will carry the upcoming Fall/Winter 2018 collection of tailored clothing, casual wear, outerwear and accessories for men, women and children making it a natural addition to Empire Outlets’ diverse and dynamic retail lineup. From its humble beginnings inNe

FORIMMEDIATERELEASE.NET - 2018-05-21 18:15:00

A restaurant in NYC makes interactive cocktails that incorporate fire, mace, and slingshots

We set out to try the whimsical and creative cocktails over at The Aviary, NYC. From slingshots to totem poles, The Aviary knows how to create an immersive drinking experience. The Office, which is a speakeasy inside The Aviary, holds the most expensive and rare spirits. We got to test them out.


Essex County 911: Fatal Bus Crash|Meth Smuggling|Missing Teens

ESSEX COUNTY, NJ — Find out why those sirens were wailing. Check out these recent police, fire and EMS stories in Essex County (click headline to read).

PATCH - 2018-05-21 12:00:00

NJ Transit rider tapes bus driver as he appears to count cash while driving

"NJ Transit is thoroughly investigating this incident, and we share the concerns of the customers who brought this matter to our attention." said Nancy Snyder, a spokeswoman. "We are committed to taking swift and appropriate disciplinary action upon the completion of our investigation."

NJ.COM - 2018-05-21 13:49:00

N.J. ShopRite that sold $315M Powerball lottery ticket to donate $30K bonus

Against a backdrop of gummy bears, birthday balloons and greeting cards, the owners of ShopRite of Hackensack accepted a $30,000 ceremonial check from theNew Jersey Lotteryon Monday as a bonus forselling a Powerball ticketworth $315.3 million.

NJ.COM - 2018-05-21 13:12:00

DEVELOPING ELIZABETH NJ: Gunfire Kills Man in Elizabeth

There is a homicide investigation underway as Union County authorities investigate a shooting that left a man dead in Elizabeth overnight.According to preliminary reports from authorities, the overnight shooting happened near a gentleman's club in the 400 block of Spring Street at around midnightRep


Hooked Annual Fishing Derby hits Duck Pond - Richard Robinson's best catch at the annual Secaucus Fishing Derby on Saturday May 9 wasn't even a living—or dead—thing. It was actually the fishing rod he'd lost while fishing in the pond a week earlie...

“A big catfish came and pulled it under,” said an amazed Robinson, 15, said after pulling out the rod and repeatedly exclaiming “Oh my God!” on Saturday. It had sentimental value to the Secaucus resident, who got it when he was 4.

HUDSON REPORTER - 2018-05-20 00:00:00

2 men shot multiple times in Jersey City, sources say

The shooting occurred at about 4 a.m. on Neptune Avenue, between Kennedy Boulevard and Romar Avenue, according to Joe Shine, a freelance photographer who was on the scene.


Around Montclair: 'Skinhead' Rant|Animal Shelter|Unity Tour

Patch reviews this week's top stories in Essex County (click headline to read article).NJ School Board Member Sorry For 'Skinhead' Traffic Rant (VIDEO)NJ Animal Shelter Director May Get Job Back After Alleged CrueltySouth Orange-Maplewood Ponders $127M Plan To Integrate SchoolsNJ Teacher Allegedly S


Essex County Narcotics Sweep Nets A Dozen Suspects

Newark – Acting Essex County Prosecutor Robert D. Laurino announced today that the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office Narcotics Task Force, which includes detectives from the Newark Police Department, along with local, state and federal agencies, executed seven search warrants this week in Newark, Eas


Man fatally shot on Brooklyn street

The unidentified victim, 36, was shot multiple times in the chest at 7:45 a.m. on Decatur Street near Thomas S. Boyland Street in Bed-Stuy, cops said.


South Orange Trustees Voted Unanimously to Notify BOE President of Board Member Traffic Stop - The Village Green

In thevideo, Lawson-Muhammad identifies herself to the police officer as a member of the Board of Education, mentions South Orange Village President Sheena Collum by first name and refers to the South Orange police chief as a “skinhead.”


UPDATE: 22-Year-Old Paterson Man Found Dead Inside Totowa House

Passaic County Prosecutor Camelia M. Valdes and Totowa Police Chief Robert Coyle announce that the body discovered at 340 Totowa Road in Totowa on May 15, 2018, has been identified by the Northern Regional Medical Examiner’s Office in Newark as Luis Rodrigues, a 22-year-old male from Paterson.Police


NYC Turkish Day Parade 2018: Start Time, Street Closures

MIDTOWN MANHATTAN, NY — One of the best things about New York City is that it's home to communities that can trace their lineage to hundreds of countries around the world. On Saturday, May 19, New York City's Turkish community will hold their annual parade in Midtown Manhattan.


Woman And Her 7-Year-Old Son Found Dead After Jumping From The Top Floor Of A NYC Hotel

Stephanie Adams, 47, jumped with her son, Vincent, from the top floor of the Gotham Hotel around 8:15 a.m., reported theNew York Post.


Protesters spite racist lawyer with live Mariachi band outside home

A Mariachi band triumphantly played at a protest Friday outside the home of the Midtown lawyer caught on camera hurling racist insults at Spanish-speaking restaurant workers. More than 100 people gathered in front of Aaron Schlossberg's abode on West 60th Street near 10th Avenue to wave signs, chant


Ex-Playboy model `jumps from New York hotel to death with...

The New York Post profiled Ms Adams in 2013, saying that she had by then written more than 25 self-help books, ran an online beauty products company and managed the finances in her husband’s office.