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Ever feel like there’s no money left over after paying bills? Ever wonder where your checks go after you stick them in the mail? A Kappock Street resident wondered that, too, until a few … more
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has signed a bill into law aimed to make law enforcement and first responders safer when responding to emergency calls. more
Police are trying to locate two males they say jumped a deliveryman on Sedgwick Avenue last month. more
For some people, coffee is life. Nothing will make them feel human until a cup of inky, hot liquid sleep is cradled tenderly between their mitts. more
One guy got so angry that his cabbie wouldn’t give him a cut rate on an early morning ride, he allegedly cut the driver instead. more
When many people think of store thefts, they think of men in balaclavas hitting jewelry stores for their merchandise. But instead of strands of pearls, in Kingsbridge, the high-dollar quarry is fancy cheese and deli meats. more
A 52-year-old woman returned to her 2015 Toyota Rav 4 parked on the corner of Riverdale Avenue and West 254th Street on the morning of Aug. 7. And to her dismay, she found somebody liked the bracelet she left in the vehicle just as much as she did. more
It seems like an ever-repeating pattern: A mass shooting happens. Talk of gun reform is ubiquitous. Politicians make grand speeches about legislation to either limit gun access or to strengthen Second Amendment rights. Bills are written that die in committees, and the issue is untouched until the next tragedy. more
Mental illness is not the cause of mass shootings. Period. more
Nothing says “tough dude with an attitude” quite like picking a fight with a fast food worker, flashing a knife, and riding off into the sunset on two wheels. more
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