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It stinks: Are you smelling a funky odor on Staten Island?
New Dorp, Dongan Hills, Rossville, Annadale, Grasmere and Arrochar are among the many neighborhoods where people are reporting the smell, according to emergency radio transmissions.
Man wanted for Ridgewood burglary
It was reported to police that at approximately 7 a.m. on Sept. 6, the individual gained entry into 1541 Covert Street through an unsecured door. Once inside, he removed a small case from a desk.
VIDEO: Firefighter Suffers Seizure Behind The Wheel, FDNY Truck Damages 12 Vehicles in Brooklyn
The truck had been stopped at a traffic light when the driver suffered some sort of seizure. His foot hit the accelerator and the truck veered left, jumping a curb and slamming into a row of parked vehicles with such force, one of them went airborne.
Subways temporarily delayed, M train canceled between Queens and Manhattan after person is struck
NEW YORK - Several subway lines were delayed and there was temporarily no M train service between Queens and Manhattan after a person was struck Friday morning, according to the MTA. The MTA reported the incident on its website at 8:24 a.m. The condition of the person struck by a train at Grand Av-N
14-year-old faces life in prison for allegedly killing teen at Brooklyn basketball court: DA
BROWNSVILLE, Brooklyn — A 14-year-old faces life in prison for allegedly shooting a 16-year-old boy dead at a basketball court in Brooklyn, the Kings County District Attorney announced Thursday.
Rap superstar Cardi B hands out free winter coats in Brooklyn
Crowds gathered in Brooklyn on Thursday night to get a free winter coat from rapper Cardi B. The rap superstar handed out coats to children and parents near the Marlboro Houses in Gravesend. Hundreds of kids waited for hours for their idol to arrive. The giveaway came at a good time as a freeze warn
New York City blackout of 1977: Photographs Show What The 1977 Blackout Looked Like From The Streets
On Wednesday, July 13, 1977 a series of lightning struck on the power lines and infrastructure led to a cascade of shutdowns, power failures and overloads. The entire Con Edison system powering New York City shut down completely. Traffic lights went dark, elevators stalled, subways ground to halt. T
24 huggable pets you can rescue this weekend on Staten Island: Oct. 20-21
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- As always, there are dozens of animals in the care of dedicated volunteer animal rescue groups, just waiting for forever families to rescue them.
Gun found in Brooklyn elementary school bathroom
"Weapons of any kind have absolutely no place in our schools, and NYPD immediately responded and safely recovered the item, which was found after dismissal. All students and staff are safe."
School Bus Driver Loses Control, Slams Into Several Parked Cars In Brooklyn
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork)— A school bus smashed into several parked cars after police say the driver lost control Thursday afternoon in Brooklyn.Investigators say the driver suffered a medical episode prior to the crash.The bus struck several parked cars before coming to a stop near the corner of Bedfor
NYPD: Elderly Woman Grabbed, Thrown to Ground in Pelvis-Breaking Attack at NYC McDonald's
An elderly man attacked an elderly woman at a Bronx McDonald's, breaking several of her bones, apparently for no reason, police say and surveillance video shows. The attacker, who is described as having grey hair, walked up to an 87-year-old woman inside the fast-food restaurant on 149th Street in M
NYC Weather: Weekend Chill Comes With Gusty Winds
Overnight showers could follow a sunny, cool Friday with a high temperature near 60 degrees, the weather service says. A small chance of rain will loom into early Saturday afternoon and return from that evening to early Sunday morning, the weather service'sforecast shows.
VIDEO: Man Shot At Point-Blank Range On Brooklyn Street
The suspect is believed to be a man wearing a dark colored hooded jacket, dark colored jeans, black sneakers, purple Latex gloves and a black ski mask.
10 Things to Do this Week in NYC: October 19th – October 25th
As the cool autumn weather finally sets in, you can start getting in the Halloween spirit with a moonlit cemetery tour, help out local public schools by buying hand-made desserts or go inside a historic Jazz Age movie palace. All this and more is happening this week in New York City. Check out our U
Cardi B Opens Up About Child Birth Breaking Her Vagina & What She Would Do As Mayor Of NYC
After cursing TMZ out on her social media,Cardi Bhit upJimmy Kimmel Liveto talk all about the paparazzi, motherhood, and what she didn’t know about childbirth. The “Get Up 10” rapper claims her daughter,Kulture Kiari, “broke” her little lady parts.
Out-of-Control School Bus Smashes Into Parked Cars
An FDNY truck smashed into a row of parked cars on a street, sending six firefighters to the hospital. Ray Villeda reports.(Published Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018)
Motorcyclist, 48, dies after he wipes out and skids down Queens street, crashing into parked car
Cops investigate scene of fatal motorcycle crash on 197th St. near 119th Ave. in St. Albans Sunday. (Vic Nicastro for New York Daily News) A 48-year-old motorcyclist who wiped out and skidded down a Queens street, crashing into a parked car, has died, officials said Thursday. Maurice Giles, 48, was
Police: Woman Struck By Hit-And-Run Driver In South Ozone Park, Queens
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) –Police are searching for the driver who struck a woman early Thursday morning in Queens.It happened shortly before 6 a.m. near Rockaway Boulevard and 103st Street in South Ozone Park.The 44-year-old woman was taken to Jamaica Hospital, where she was listed in stable condition.
NYC high school, college on lockdown over report of gun
The investigation is ongoing, and so far, no one is in custody and no weapons have been recovered.
Trial Set To Start In Death Of CT Man Killed After Night Of Partying In NYC
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) - A trial gets underway Thursday in the death of a 26-year-old Connecticut man who authorities say was stabbed to death following a night of partying in Manhattan. Joseph Comunale's body was found buried in a shallow grave in Monmouth County, New Jersey, in November 2016. (Cred