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Open casket nightmare: Family files lawsuit against Brooklyn funeral home

NEW YORK -- A Brooklyn family says they are perpetually in mourning, not only over the loss of their loved one, but because of the way they had to say goodbye to her.As CBS2's Lisa Rozner reported Tuesday, they are suing the funeral home because they don't want this to happen to anyone else.With just flowers and a photo of 37-year-old Regina Christophe, it was not the goodbye her family wanted.They hired McManus Funeral Home on Avenue N shortly after her death on June 24, but asked for a funeral date two weeks later so family could fly in for...
BROOKLYN, NY
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Trump says he took the Fifth in New York civil investigation

NEW YORK (AP) — Former President Donald Trump invoked his Fifth Amendment protection against self-incrimination as he testified under oath Wednesday in the New York attorney general’s long-running civil investigation into his business dealings. About an hour after arriving at Attorney General Letitia James’ Manhattan offices, Trump announced that he “declined to answer the questions under the rights and privileges afforded to every citizen under the United States Constitution.” “I once asked, ‘If you’re innocent, why are you taking the Fifth Amendment?’ Now I know the answer to that question,” the statement said. “When your family, your company, and all the people in your orbit have become the targets of an unfounded politically motivated Witch Hunt supported by lawyers, prosecutors and the Fake News Media, you have no choice.” During more than six hours at the office building, Trump used Truth Social, the social media platform he founded, to review the decor — “very plush, beautiful and expensive” — and to suggest the attorney general was squandering time investigating him instead of attending to crime in New York.
MANHATTAN, NY
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Bleach Thief Whacks 70-Year-Old With Hammer in NYC Laundromat Attack: Cops

A 70-year-old employee at a Brooklyn laundromat was beaten with a hammer as he tried to stop a suspect from stealing from the business, according to police. A man entered the Aqua Wash Laundromat on East 98th Street in Brownsville on Aug. 4 just before 5 a.m. and went to the rear of the business, where merchandise was sold. He tried to take items without paying, police said, which is when the worker approached and attempted to stop him.
BROOKLYN, NY
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Woman says she was attacked, her dog fatally wounded in Prospect Park

NEW YORK -- A woman says she and her dog were attacked in a park in Brooklyn and days later, the dog died.She shared with CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis how this changed her perspective on city safety."My world is shattered. My dog was my world," the woman named Jessica said on Tuesday.The devastated dog mom didn't want to face cameras as she described her unexpected last days with her beloved 2 1/2-year-old adopted pup, "Moose.""It's one thing when your dog dies when they're old and you can make peace with that, but he was not. We had so much more time,"...
BROOKLYN, NY
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Fishs Eddy NY – One Of The Best Kitchen Stores In New York City

As one of the best kitchen supply stores in NYC, Fishs Eddy is a kitchen supply store located in Lower Manhattan’s Flatiron District neighborhood, not too far from Empire State Building. It’s a small, fantastic neighborhood kitchen store offering a series of high-quality kitchen items that feature both old...
NEW YORK CITY, NY
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When Will Honey Boo Boo Get Weight Loss Surgery?

Alana "Honey Boo Boo" Thompson plans to get weight loss surgery after turning 17 later this month. The reality star will celebrate her birthday on Aug. 28. She is considering going through the medical procedure shortly after that. In a sit-down interview with Entertainment Tonight last month, Mama June's youngest...
QUEENS, NY

Two more sharks spotted at Rockaway Beach as ‘scary’ sightings, attacks surge in NY

The latest “Jaws” sequel is playing out at Rockaway Beach. In yet another shark sighting in New York this summer, two of the sea beasts were spotted swimming in the waters off the Queens beach on Monday, according to ABC 7. “It’s scary, I’ve never heard of sharks being out here like this before,” one beachgoer told ABC 7. Drone footage captured last Wednesday showed a shark feeding on bunker fish 150 feet from the shore off Beach 73rd Street — in just one of 15 shark sightings caught on video that day. Shark attacks have been extremely prevalent this summer, with multiple...
QUEENS, NY
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An Exclusive Drive-Thru Featuring NYC's Hottest Restaurants Is Coming to Brooklyn

New York foodies, this one's for you. American Express Gold and Resy are bringing the fan-favorite event Resy Drive-Thru to the Big Apple in September. On September 16 and 17 only, New Yorkers will get the chance to dine under the stars and by the city's skyline in one of Greenpoint's most iconic spots, the Greenpoint Skyline Drive-In.
BROOKLYN, NY
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‘It does truly feel good to hold one’: Stamford beverage companies launch canned espresso martini

STAMFORD — Two Stamford-based beverage startups have been working together for several years. Now, they finally have a collaboration that customers can find on the shelves of local wine-and-spirits stores. This week marks the launch of Moonlight Barista, a nitrogen-infused espresso martini that combines The CoreBev Group’s Cylinder Vodka...
STAMFORD, CT
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Wing it On! Opens First New York Location

Wing It On!, the fan-favorite wing joint known for its always fresh, never-frozen, all-natural wings ’n wiches, has announced the opening of its first location in New York. Situated at 854 West Montauk Highway in Copiague, the new Wing It On! location offers dine-in, takeout, curbside pick-up and third-party delivery. Fans can call ahead, order online, or through the Wing It On! mobile app.
COPIAGUE, NY
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UK club baron’s NYC plans spark uproar among Upper East Side residents

A posh members-only club that a London nightlife impresario has planned for Manhattan’s Upper East Side has sparked a ruckus among the neighborhood’s well-to-do residents.  The fear of drunken millionaires spilling out of the prewar condo tower at 828 Madison Ave. with their chauffeured limos idling and clogging the otherwise tranquil streets, animated a virtual community board meeting last week, according to local reports. The meeting to approve the as-yet-to-be-named club’s liquor license application “was supposed to be a slam dunk,” one observer told Side Dish. Instead, it quickly descended into a heated debate between residents, with those supporting the club being mocked...
MANHATTAN, NY
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