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The Hartford CourantStephen Girasuolo wants you to know that "Orange Alert"is not a play about 9/11. But it has haunting echoes of that tragic date as it follows six troubled people who work around Ground Zero, living their present-day lives in a state of suspended...
Tribune NewspapersBorn on a battlefield in France during World War I and rescued by a U.S. soldier named Lee Duncan, a terrified German shepherd puppy would become the most famous dog in the world. Named Rin Tin Tin, after a popular French doll of the time, the dog...
Born on a battlefield in France during World War I and rescued by a U.S. soldier named Lee Duncan, a terrified German shepherd puppy would become the most famous dog in the world. Named Rin Tin Tin, after a popular French doll of the time, the dog...
pix11.comPeople who live in Hell's Kitchen say every night it feels like a mini-earthquake hits their Midtown Manhattan neighborhood. "You hear the glasses rattle and my table was moving, something was very wrong," said Hell's Kitchen resident Cindy Finch....
wpix.comThe son of a legendary, New York City mobster rubbed out in the 1970's is dead, the victim of a freak accident, according to the Associated Press. Police say actor Robert "Bobby" Spillane died Saturday, when the screen on a window in his sixth-floor,...
Tags: Crimes, Accidental Death, Crime, Law and Justice, WPIX
wpix.comThe city is looking to muzzle tour guides on board sightseeing buses, due to an uptick in noise complaints from pedestrians and residents, according to a report in The Daily News. A representative from the Consumer Affairs Department testified Monday...
Tags: West Village, Travel, Tour Operations Industry, WPIX
Police have arrested a man who confessed to fatally stabbing his roommate, and fleeing to Vermont. Justin Waller, 30, agreed to meet with investigators at a police station in Manchester, Vt. Friday, after authorities discovered he was staying at a...
Tags: Rentals, Crimes, Crime, Law and Justice, WPIX
Forum Publishing GroupJaime Edmondson has quite the résumé. A former Boca Raton Police officer who left the force to rejoin the Miami Dolphins cheerleading squad, with whom she had worked while studying criminology at Florida Atlantic University, Edmondson last year added...
wpix.comThree men, all of whom were victims of an alleged anti-gay bash, are claiming the New York City police officers who responded to the scene did not take the matter seriously. WPLJ DJ Blake Hayes, Broadway performer Danny Calvert and another friend claim...
The Associated PressTwo firefighters pleaded guilty Thursday to charges stemming from a blaze they set at a firehouse last October. Michael Izzo, 30, pleaded guilty to felony reckless endangerment for a promised sentence of one to three years in prison. He faced up to 15...
Yellow Medicine By Anthony Neil Smith Bleak House, $24.95 The stark cover art of Anthony Neil Smith's latest crime fiction offering—a road almost obscured by blowing snow—is the perfect visual for this novel about a far-from-ethical...
Most of us can't control the price of gas or how much we pay for a gallon of milk, but we can control where we buy clothing and even furniture, without sacrificing style. In fact thrift stores are getting more hip---not only because of the economy--...
Tags: The Salvation Army, Christianity
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