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Shooting victim refuses to back down after being struck during argument in Bronx

A tough-as-nails gunshot victim refused to back down during an argument in the Bronx — even after taking a bullet to the foot, newly released video shows. The surveillance clip shows the two men arguing outside 140 West Fordham Road in University Heights just before 3:15 a.m. Monday, according to cops. One of the men, sporting an Allan Iverson 76ers jersey, is seen pulling a gun and firing off a round, striking the 28-year-old man in the foot. The victim briefly stops in pain but then walks it off, leaving a trail of bloody footsteps as he limps toward the armed man, still arguing. Cops said the dispute started in Fokkus Room & Cucine nearby and continued out onto the street. The unknown gunman took off in a white sedan, cops said. The victim was taken to St. Barnabas Hospital by private means. No arrests have been made.
BRONX, NY
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Rialto detective's relentless effort leads to return of kidnapped teen, suspect arrest in New York

A Rialto family's pleas for the return of their teenage daughter, who had been kidnapped on her way home from school, were answered after a week-long search and the tireless efforts of one detective brought the 17-year-old home safely. When their daughter didn't return home from school on April 30, they quickly reported her disappearance to authorities. The case was immediately given to Detective Agnes Watson, whose relentless work revealed evidence pointing towards a New York man she identified as 24-year-old Elijah Clark."Detective Watson believed there may be some kind of foul play, or something was wrong," said Rialto Police Department Corporal...
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Robinson Cano Officially Signs With New MLB Team

Veteran second baseman Robinson Cano has signed a major league contract with the San Diego Padres, the team announced on Friday. The 39-year-old infielder was released by the New York Mets this past weekend. The Padres optioned right-hander Dinelson Lamet to Triple-A El Paso in order to make room for...
NEW YORK CITY, NY

Inside Selena Gomez and Post Malone’s wild ‘SNL’ afterparty

Cara Delevingne showed up to support her close gal pal Selena Gomez after “Saturday Night Live.” Following Gomez’s glittering hosting gig, she and Delevingne celebrated at the show’s afterparty at L’Avenue at Saks in New York City late Saturday. A spy tells Page Six exclusively that the pair “sat side by side throughout the evening, downing martinis and cheeseburgers,” before leaving at 3 a.m. to do even more partying at an after-after bash. The singer-actress and the London-born model, both 29, are longtime friends and even have matching rose tattoos. Delevingne also plays Gomez’s love interest in the upcoming second season of Hulu’s “Only Murders...
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First Alert Weather: Red Alert for thunderstorms, potential tornadoes

NEW YORK -- The CBS2 Weather Team has issued a Red Alert for Monday afternoon into evening due to strong and potentially even severe thunderstorms. The main concerns will be damaging winds, hail and possibly an isolated tornado or two. Heavy rain may also lead to ponding or flooding along roadways.LINK: Check the forecastThe rain is expected to push through from about 2 p.m. to 9 p.m., with the best chance in New York City expected for the afternoon commute.The greatest risk for severe thunderstorms will be just north and west of New York City, but the rest of the...
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NYC gunmen shoot two teen boys in the Bronx, cops say

Video captures the moment two gunmen opened fire, striking two teen boys, in the Bronx late Thursday.  The suspects were walking on East 197th Street near Decatur Avenue in Fordham Manor around 9:30 p.m. when they spotted a group — including a 14- and 15-year-old boy — at the end of the block, cops said.  Footage released early Friday shows the duo stealthily walking down the street with their handguns extended — and then letting off multiple rounds.  The pair, aiming at the group, struck the 14-year-old in the left arm and the 15-year-old in the left leg, authorities said.  They then took off, heading east on East 197th Street toward Webster Avenue.  The younger victim was taken to Jacobi Medical Center and the older teen to St. Barnabas Hospital, with each listed in stable condition.  No arrests were immediately made.  One of the gunmen is described as having a thin build, and was last seen wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, black pants and black sneakers. The other suspect also had a thin build, and wore a light-colored long shirt, light-colored pants, a black vest and white sneakers.
BRONX, NY

Former NYC mayor Bill de Blasio: "I got lost in the weeds"

NEW YORK -- Former New York City mayor Bill de Blasio is back to talking politics more than 100 days after leaving office.He was on the radio Friday and discussed some of the things he would have done differently as mayor."I realize I got lost in the weeds. One of the phrase I put in the op-ed really typifies it to me -- I mistook policy for popularity," de Blasio said.De Blasio recently wrote an op-ed offering up advice for Democrats ahead of the midterms.He encouraged staying engaged with the public instead of carrying out too much work behind closed doors.
NEW YORK CITY, NY

2 suspects accused of slashing, robbing man in Brooklyn

NEW YORK - Police are searching for suspects wanted for slashing and robbing a man in Brooklyn.The attack happened on April 18 near Futon Street and Bedford Avenue in Bedford-Stuyvesant.Video shows two men punching, slashing and robbing the victim as people walk by.Police say they slashed the 32-year-old man in the neck and took his jacket, backpack and camera.The victim was taken to a local hospital and is expected to be OK.Anyone with any information is asked to call the NYPD's Crime Stoppers hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477), or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782). You can also submit a tip via their website or via DM on Twitter, @NYPDTips. All calls are kept confidential.  
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Two men stabbed to death overnight in NYC, police say

Two men were stabbed to death overnight in the Big Apple — a 28-year-old attacked in Greenwich Village, and a 58-year-old in Queens, cops said.  The younger man, identified as Samer Abdalla, got into an argument with a group of men at West 4th Street and Sixth Avenue around 1:30 a.m. Friday when he was knifed in the torso, cops said.  Abdalla, of Bay Ridge, was rushed to Bellevue Hospital, where he was pronounced dead, cops said.  The men who had clashed with Abdalla fled before police arrived, police said.  No weapons were recovered, and no arrests have been made. Police did not have any...
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Caught on video: Mother, 4-year-old son toppled to the ground in Bronx robbery

NEW YORK - Police want your help finding the man who attacked a mother walking with her son in the Bronx. Police say it happened at 5:20 p.m. on May 4 on Grand Concourse and Anthony Avenues. Police say the woman was walking with her 4-year-old son when a man ran up behind her and pulled her hair, dragging her to the ground. Her son went down with her. The suspect then stole her $6,500 chain from around her neck. He ran off and got away on a green scooter. Both mother and son are OK. Anyone with any information is asked to call the NYPD's Crime Stoppers hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477), or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782). You can also submit a tip via their website or via DM on Twitter, @NYPDTips. All calls are kept confidential.  
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MTA bus involved in fatal hit-and-run in Staten Island

An MTA bus fatally struck a man in Staten Island early Friday and drove off, officials said. The man, believed to be in his 50s, was found just before 4:30 a.m. unconscious at the intersection of Forest Hill Road and Platinum Avenue, a block away from the MTA Yukon Bus Depot, cops said. The man, whose injuries appeared to be from a vehicle strike, died at the scene, according to police. A police spokeswoman said the vehicle did not stop and officials could not confirm an MTA bus was involved. A transit agency source later told The Post that the vehicle was an MTA bus. A spokesman for the MTA confirmed that a bus on the SIM10 line had struck a person at the same location and time but did not answer questions about it leaving the scene. “This was a tragic incident in which we are fully cooperating with the NYPD Collision Investigation Squad,” Frank Annicaro, acting president of MTA Bus Company, told the Post in a statement. Sources said the MTA provided police with front-facing cameras from the bus involved in the crash.
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Port Authority Will Regulate Airport Food and Drink Prices After Travelers Report $27 Beers

The Port Authority is regulating the pricing standards at three New York City airports after reports of airport restaurants charging $27 for a pint of beer. A tweet from last summer exposing a pricey beer at LaGuardia Airport resulted in new Port Authority policies on pricing at not only LaGuardia but also at John F. Kennedy Airport and Newark Airport, reports nj.com.
NEW YORK CITY, NY

NYC correction officer jumps to death from Verrazzano Bridge: sources

A city correction officer jumped to his death from the Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge Friday morning, according to officials.  Edward Roman, 38, was observed parking his car mid-span on the Brooklyn-bound side of the bridge and jumping into the water just after 6:30 a.m., cops and corrections officials said. NYPD divers were deployed and the victim was ultimately recovered by the US Coast Guard, cops said.  EMS responded to the Coast Guard base on Search Lane in Staten Island and rushed the man to Staten Island University Hospital North with life-threatening injuries, police said.  He was pronounced dead about an hour later.  “Edward Roman served this city and...
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Ben Simmons was petty on Twitter after 76ers got eliminated

Ben Simmons took a victory lap (if you can call it that) after his former team got eliminated from the playoffs on Thursday. The Brooklyn Nets star Simmons decided to be petty on Twitter, “liking” a couple of tweets dissing the Philadelphia 76ers and James Harden, whom Simmons was traded for in February. Simmons “liked” one tweet calling Harden “washed” and “out of shape” and another tweet from Skip Bayless criticizing Harden and saying that Simmons would eventually make their trade look foolish for the 76ers.
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