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New York City resident caused total confusion at LaGuardia Airport on Saturday morning as he walk in with a fake bomb.
Not a lot of people got a chance to see the Humpback whale that washed up on Monmouth Beach earlier this week.
Unlike our tornado warning last Sunday, yesterday a tornado touched down in the northwest tip of New Jersey. The winds ripped roofs off several barns, took down a silo, and uprooted trees as the tornado’s winds reached 120 m.p.h.
Tom Llamas breaks down ring of corruption in New Jersey.
Air pollution in the city might have a negative effect on our kids minds. Disturbing results from a new study made with hundreds of city kids, unborn to 5 years of age.
Mugger on the loose. He is attacking elderly on the East Side. See pictures of him here.
New York City Comptroller William C. Thompson, Jr. estimates that unemployment rate of New Yorkers will reach 400,000 by 2010. Thompson is challenging Bloomberg in the coming mayoral race.
New Yorkers first reactions to Michael Jackson’s death. From Time Square and Apollo Theater in Harlem.
A wave of shock and tears washed over the city Thursday night as New Yorkers mourned the sudden death of Michael Jackson with memories of how his music touched their lives.
Port Richmond community members are taking matters into their own hands. Last week they created giant warning signs not to play on the empty lot on the corner of Richmond Terrance and Park Avenue as well as Veterans Park. Environmental Protection Agency (PA) determined the presence of lead in the area in early April but still no substantial steps have been taken to calm worried residents. According to SILive Port Richmond Improvement Association requested the relocation of the bus stops bordering the lead-laced empty lot and the closing of the park until further soil tests can determine their degree of contamination.