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McDonald’s worker dies after being shot in the neck by customer in dispute over cold fries

A worker who was shot at a McDonald’s restaurant in Brooklyn during a dispute over cold fries has died. Twenty-three-year-old Matthew Webb was shot in the neck by an angry customer outside the Bedford-Stuyvesant restaurant where he was an employee. Authorities confirmed on Friday that Mr Webb has been taken off life support, The New York Post reported. Mr Webb, a resident of Queens, was allegedly shot by Michael Morgan, 20, on Monday after Mr Morgan’s mother was served cold fries, police said. Footage obtained by police shows Mr Morgan engaging in a physical attack with Mr Webb, before...
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Suri Cruise, 16, Looks Lovely In White Linen Dress While Hanging With A Friend In NYC: Photo

Suri Cruise stayed cool in the New York City heatwave with a linen dress! The stylish teen, now 16, was spotted out and about in the breezy white number adorned with a subtle flower pattern on Thursday, August 4. She kept the summer white theme going with a casual tote bag on her shoulder and a well-loved pair of comfy sneakers. Suri was joined by a female friend, wearing a black dress, shoulder bag and sneakers as they explored the Big Apple.
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Couple leaps to their deaths in Bronx leaving 2 young kids behind: cops

A couple with two young kids leapt to their deaths in the Bronx, authorities said. The bodies of the man, 35, and woman, 28, were found in the rear courtyard of 2199 Cruger Ave. around 9:15 a.m. Saturday, police said. Detectives are “investigating all possible angles, double suicide, murder suicide,” police said.  “It looks like they jumped from the sixth floor,” an NYPD spokeswoman said. The man “may have had a mental health issue” that fueled the incident, a police source told The Post. He’d appeared angry Friday, neighbors and the building superintendent’s wife said — and Saturday was his birthday. “I heard some commotion, then I...

Adams furious after Texas governor bused dozens of migrants to New York City

NEW YORK -- A red state, blue state border war has erupted after Texas Gov. Greg Abbott sent dozens of migrants to the Port Authority Bus Terminal, taking advantage of New York City's right to shelter law as he fights with President Joe Biden over immigration policy. Mayor Eric Adams is furious and seeking federal help, CBS2's Marcia Kramer reported Friday. The Port Authority Bus Terminal became the scene of the crime - what city officials think is a political crime by Abbott.The Texas governor bused over 40 migrants - men, women and children - to New York City, his new drop-off...

Pete Davidson Celebrates Sister's Graduation Amid Kim Kardashian Split

Watch: Kim Kardashian & Pete Davidson Break Up After 9 Months Together. Pete Davidson is focusing on family amid his split from Kim Kardashian. On Aug. 5, hours after the former couple's breakup was made public, the Saturday Night Live alum's mother Amy Davidson posted an Instagram a selfie of herself with her son and daughter Casey Davidson at Pace University in New York City. Casey, 24, recently graduated from the college and Lennox Hill Hospital's physician assistant program.

Man, 27, dies on NYC subway tracks

A 27-year-old man died Friday when he made contact with the third rail on Manhattan subway tracks and was struck by a train, cops said.  Witnesses told police they spotted a man lying on the third rail at the Houston Street station around 7:30 a.m., cops said. It’s unclear how he ended up on the tracks.  A southbound No. 1 train then pulled into the station and struck the victim, cops said.  He was pronounced dead at the scene.

What to do if you spot a swarm of spotted lanternflies

JERSEY CITY, N.J. - More of the pesky spotted lanternflies are being spotted all over New Jersey and the Tri-State Area this summer. Officials say the population of the invasive bugs is exploding right now. CBS2's Nick Caloway reports that residents in Jersey City over the weekend saw that first hand. It was like a scene from a scary movie: Tens of thousands of spotted lanternflies descended on an apartment building in downtown Jersey City this week. "They really, like, swarmed our building," said Jersey City resident Ryan Zucker. By Friday, a few hundred of the pesky creatures remained alive. Zucker's puppy Willie likes to eat...

New Prison Photo Of Casanova Surfaces Online

Incarcerated Brooklyn emcee Caswell “Casanova” Senior is sitting in a federal detention facility after pleading guilty to racketeering and drug distribution charges earlier this year. Now, a new photo of Casanova behind bars has surfaced online. Cas seems to be in good spirits from the look of the...

4 families displaced, firefighters injured after Newark fire

NEWARK, N.J. -- Four families have been displaced after a fire in Newark.Firefighters were sent to the three-story residential building on Broadway just before noon Friday.Fire and smoke could be seen shooting out of the roof.Several firefighters were injured, but there's no word on the extent of their injuries or their conditions.The cause of the fire is under investigation.

4 injured after NYPD cops exchange gunfire with group at Queens house party

Bullets flew and scores of young people scattered during a chaotic gunbattle outside a Queens house party, shaken residents said. The violence erupted about 11:35 p.m. Friday at 219th Street and 130th Avenue in Laurelton, cops said. Plain-clothes officers in unmarked vehicles were watching the party because they feared there was a “potential for violence by some of the local street crews,” police said. That’s when four people rolled up and allegedly opened fire on the nearly 100 partygoers, some of whom shot back, said authorities, who added that the undercover officers also fired off 14 shots. In all, four people were hurt,...

Caught on camera: $2M in diamonds stolen from Bronx shop

NEW YORK - A brazen robbery at a Bronx jewelry store was caught on camera Friday afternoon.Police say that stolen jewelry was worth over $2 million.As CBS2's Alecia Reid reports, the robbery appeared to be all planned out. Witnesses say the thieves were in and out in less than a minute.The shutters at Rocco's Jewelry on Webster Avenue in Fordham Heights remain closed Saturday, but employees and detectives were inside.Newly released surveillance images show a man in a white t-shirt, black jeans and black hat get buzzed in around 2:30 p.m. He then holds the door open for three others...