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Police: 25-year-old man shot in Edenwald; shooter at large
A man is recovering in the hospital after being shot in Edenwald Sunday evening.
Prosecutors: 1 person killed in Newark crash
A deadly crash in Newark is under investigation. Essex County prosecutors confirmed one person was killed in a crash at the intersection of Clifton and Montclair avenues. A cause for the crash and additional details were not immediately available.
The Ultimate Pizza Experience: 3 Montclair Pizzas You Need to Try
1. Ah' Pizz - Montclair. Ah'Pizz is a vibrant and family-friendly restaurant, renowned for its fresh, mouth-watering pizzas that rival those in Italy. The welcoming ambiance makes it a perfect spot for special events and the kid-friendly pizza-making activities make it an ideal choice for children's birthday parties. Despite a few service hiccups, the restaurant maintains a consistent commitment to quality and taste, with a menu that caters to a wide range of preferences. The restaurant is also BYOB, adding to its appeal. Whether you're a local or a visitor, Ah'Pizz offers a unique, enjoyable dining experience.
Soundview: Woman Arrested & Charged in 2022 Hit & Run Killing Cyclist
Police announced on Friday, Feb. 23, that a 28-year-old woman from the Unionport section of The Bronx has been arrested following a 2022 “hit & run” collision in the Soundview section of The Bronx which resulted in the death of a 21-year-old male cyclist. As reported, police said...
NYPD identifies three suspects in fatal Bronx shooting
New York City cops have identified two men and a woman they believe are responsible for the fatal shooting of a subway straphanger last week in the Bronx. Justin Herde, 24, Betty Cotto, 38, and Alfredo Trinidad, 42, got into a fight with William Alvarez, 45, when one of them shot him onboard a southbound D train as it pulled into the 182 -183 Streets station at around 5 a.m. on Friday, police said. Alabama judge clinging to life after being shot by son with history of violence following heated argument: cops Alvarez, who cops said was not the “primary aggressor” had been...
Olinville: Police Appeal for Help Locating 9-Year-Old Boy Reported Missing
The NYPD is seeking the public’s help locating a 9-year-old boy reported missing on Friday, Feb. 23, from Olinville. Police said Sincere Furguson, 9, of 664 East 213th Street, Bronx was last seen on Thursday, Feb. 22, at around 1.30 p.m. at his home. They said he’s described as male, Black, around 4 feet, 7 inches tall, weighs around 85 pounds, has a dark complexion, brown eyes, black hair, and has a scar on his forehead.
Large fire at Clinton mall causes partial collapse at Walgreens
A large fire erupted overnight at a strip mall in Clinton on Route 22 causing a Walgreens to partially collapse. News 12 New Jersey's Kimberly Buk says it seems the fire department salvaged the businesses on the other portion of the strip mall. There is no word yet if there...
First Alert Weather: Major warm-up this week
Get ready for a warm-up! February's chill is fading as we anticipate spring-like temperatures to round off the month. With the weather lab recording 34°, expect a slight rise above average. Watch for a mix of clouds and sun, with highs reaching the 50s. Tune in for the full forecast!
NJ Transit raises $10K for bull rescued from train tracks
SUSSEX COUNTY, N.J. (PIX11) – The animal sanctuary that is caring for a bull who was rescued from train tracks was given a $10,000 check from NJ Transit. Ricardo the bull had escaped captivity back in December and ran down railroad tracks at Newark Penn Station, causing delays, officials said. NJ Transit sold Ricardo plush […]
WOW! Shop Rite Unveils The Ultimate Shopping Cart in New Jersey️
When you go shopping you don't want to get the "bad" shopping cart. You know the one with the wobbly wheels, it's a real pain in the butt. You have to pull and push just to get around the store. What if you had a shopping cart that is the best you ever used? They call it the "Cadillac of Carts". Sounds like your shopping day just got easier, right? Well the day might be getting closer, especially in Essex County.
New Jersey has a secret restaurant that was named one of the best in America
Think you've been to every restaurant in the Garden State? (That would be quite a feat) But think again. I just came across one that might be the most intriguing (or baffling) in the state. New Jersey apparently has a secret restaurant. I know what you're thinking, but trust me,...
Fordham Heights: Suspects ID’d in D Train Subway Killing as Neighbors React to Death of Victim
Three people sought in connection with a killing that occurred aboard the D train in the early hours of Friday, Feb. 23, have been identified by police, the NYPD said Sunday. One is in his twenties, one in her thirties, and one in his forties. Meanwhile, neighbors of the victim, William ‘AI’ Alvarez of Parkchester, have shared their reaction to his death.
Suspect in murder of nursing student entered U.S. illegally, ICE says
The suspect in the murder of Georgia nursing student Laken Hope Riley entered the U.S. illegally from Venezuela and had been previously arrested in New York, officials said Sunday.The suspect, 26-year-old Jose Ibarra, was arrested by U.S. Customs and Border Protection on Sept. 8, 2022, after he unlawfully entered the U.S. near El Paso, Texas, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement said in a statement.Ibarra was released by U.S. border officials pending a review of his immigration case, ICE said. He was arrested a little over a year later, on Sept. 14, 2023, by New York Police Department officers and charged...
Gang Leader Pleads Guilty to Racketeering and Firearms Charges in Newark
NEWARK, N.J. – In a significant development in the fight against gang violence and drug trafficking, Amir Warden, known by the aliases “Stamps” and “Killa,” a high-ranking member of the Rollin’ 60s Neighborhood Crips, entered a guilty plea to charges of racketeering conspiracy and illegal possession of firearms and ammunition. The plea was entered before U.S. District Judge Susan D. Wigenton on February 22, as announced by U.S. Attorney Philip R. Sellinger.
Trial for Brooklyn bishop accused of stealing parishioner’s retirement savings begins
BROOKLYN, N.Y. (PIX11) – The fraud and extortion trial of a Brooklyn bishop is set to begin Monday. Prosecutors claimed Lamor Miller-Whitehead looted a parishioner’s retirement savings and tried to shake down a businessman. The stolen funds were allegedly used to bankroll the lavish lifestyle of Miller-Whitehead, who investigators said was known to drive a […]
12 Alarming Surprises For New Yorkers Moving To Connecticut
About 80,000 years ago homo sapiens began migrating from the African continent to parts of Europe. Man's hunger for a better way of life remains, we are all in search of better, safer and happier lives. People are always looking for greener pastures and apparently, Connecticut looks super green to folks from New York City. You can do all the research in the world but nothing can compare you for the full Connecticut experience. Here are 12 Alarming Surprises for New Yorkers Moving to Connecticut.
What killed Flaco the owl? New York zoologists testing for toxins, disease as contributing factors
NEW YORK (AP) — New York City’s celebrity owl Flaco died from a traumatic impact, zoologists confirmed a day after he reportedly flew into a building, with further testing planned to determine if the Eurasian eagle-owl may have been sick. What happened in Flaco’s final hours is top...
Manhattan Man Sentenced to 20 Years to Life in Prison for June 2020 Burglaries in Uniondale
Nassau County District Attorney Anne T. Donnelly announced that a Manhattan man was sentenced yesterday to 20 years to life in prison for two burglaries that took place just seven days apart at a Uniondale boarding house in 2020. Kevin Carroll, 41, was convicted after a jury trial before Judge...
Robbers deliver Valentine’s Day beatdown to unlicensed weed shop clerk who tried to stop them
Three thugs who robbed an unlicensed cannabis store in the Bronx on Valentine’s Day mercilessly pummeled a hapless employee who dared to get their way, according to cops. The suspects entered Top Top 4 Walton at 1405 Walton Avenue in Mt. Eden around 1:40 a.m. on Feb. 14 and tried to grab marijuana products without paying, the NYPD said. When confronted by a 26-year-old employee, the unidentified perps began pummeling him with punches. NY should probe Google, Meta and others for allowing illegal weed shops to thrive: business owners The clerk wasn’t seriously injured, but isn’t working at the weed shop anymore, according to...
Inadequate NYC Child Welfare: Justina Morales's 1994 Demise Exposes System's Failures
Justina Morales, an eight-year-old girl from the Bedford-Stuyvesant area of Brooklyn, New York, met a tragic fate on New Year's Eve in 1995 at the hands of her mother's boyfriend, Luis Santiago. Despite her disappearance going unnoticed for over a year, her story gained attention through the media, shedding light on the shortcomings of the New York City child-welfare system.