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May 23 2023
New York College Fires Professor Who Threatened Reporter With Machete
New York City’s Hunter College fired controversial professor Shellyne Rodriguez on Tuesday after she was caught on camera threatening a New York Post reporter with a machete. Post reporter Reuven Fenton tried to interview Rodriguez at her Bronx apartment on Tuesday after the professor made headlines for attacking an anti-abortion information table organized by students at her college. AfterMediaite
Apr 19 2023
1 dead, 5 injured after parking garage collapse in New York City—robot dogs called in for backup
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Feb 20 2023
4-foot alligator rescued from New York City lake
It’s no urban legend: An alligator was found in a chilly New York City lake on Sunday, far from the subtropical and tropical climates where such creatures thrive. ALLIGATOR IN FLORIDA FOUND WITH MOUTH TAPED SHUT IS RESCUED AND RELOCATED The 4-foot reptile was pulled from Prospect Park Lake in Brooklyn around 8:30 a.m. and taken to an animal care center and then the Bronx Zoo for medicalFox News (Online News)
May 19 2023
Another Death Linked To Eyedrops Recalled In New York
NEW YORK — A fourth person has died from a drug resistant bacterial infection linked to contaminated eye drops, according to federal health officials, and there are now 81 patients in 18 states, including New York. According to an updated alert from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as of May 15, the outbreak has resulted in four deaths, along with 14 patients who have sufferedPatch.com
Jan 18 2023
New York City now providing free abortion pills
New York City residents can now get abortion pills free of charge. The Department of Health and Mental Hygiene on Wednesday was set to begin dispensing the pills, which work as an alternative to surgical abortions, at a health clinic in the Bronx. Additional clinics in Brooklyn, Manhattan and Queens will also provide free abortion drugs by year-end, according to New York City Mayor Eric AdamsCBS News (Online)
Mar 22 2023
NJ brush fires disrupts Amtrak service between Philly, New York City
MIDDLESEX COUNTY, N.J. (CBS) -- The New Jersey Forest Fire Service is on the scene of two brush fires in Central Jersey Wednesday afternoon.
One is near an Amtrak line in Rutgers-New Brunswick in Middlesex County.
The fire spread to an abandoned train trestle, but is mostly out.
The other fire is happening in Matawan, Monmouth County.
Amtrak said that all serviceCBS News (Online)
May 05 2023
A man, identified as 30-year-old Jordan Neely, is placed in a chokehold by a fellow passenger on a subway train, in New York CityColorado Springs Gazette
Jan 16 2023
New York City mayor visits US border with Mexico
New York City Mayor Eric Adams (D) on Sunday visited El Paso, Texas, and the country’s southern border with Mexico as tensions over U.S. immigration policies grow. “No city deserves this. El Paso does not deserve this. Chicago, Washington, Houston, Los Angeles, New York — no city deserves what is happening,” Adams said at a press conference in El Paso, aired on local channel KVIA. “Our citiesThe Hill
May 15 2023
New York hotels evicting homeless veterans to house migrants
New York hotels are reportedly evicting homeless veterans to house migrants in their place. The swap would give the hoteliers an additional profit of $100 a night on average, a move that has angered veteran rights activists. The controversial practice was first reported by the New York Post. The nonprofit veteran organization Yerik Israel Toney Foundation told the newspaper that nearly two-Newsweek
May 04 2023
Man dies after being put in a chokehold by another rider on New York City subway, officials say. The DA is investigating
Manhattan prosecutors are conducting a “rigorous ongoing investigation” into the death of a man seen in video being put in a chokehold by another rider on the New York subway. Jordan Neely, 30, died Monday due to “compression of neck (chokehold),” a spokesperson for the New York City Office of the Chief Medical Examiner said. The manner of death was ruled a homicide, but that determination isCNN (Online News)