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NYU students express dismay over intruder getting into residence hall

NEW YORK -- An NYU student is speaking out after an unsettling encounter with an intruder in her Lower Manhattan dorm.It's not the first time this month an incident like this was reported in campus buildings.CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis spoke with the university and students on Sunday."It was, honestly, horrific," student Khafira Freeman said.Freeman, a junior, was describing her experience last Sunday evening, when a man got into her residence hall on Lafayette Street. She said he bypassed security, jumped the lobby turnstile, entered the elevator, and followed her onto her floor."I hid in the laundry room. He opens the door...
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New York Post

Knicks roll with Cam Reddish over Quentin Grimes down the stretch

With the game on the line, arguably the Knicks’ best perimeter defender was on the bench. After helping limit Ja Morant to eight points and four turnovers in the first half, Quentin Grimes didn’t get a crack at him in the fourth quarter of the Knicks’ 127-123 loss to the Grizzlies.
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THEN & NOW: The Trolley in Stockbridge

Over 90 years have passed since the last electric trolley car rumbled on rails from Pittsfield to Great Barrington. At its peak in 1917, the local trolley company—known as the Berkshire Street Railway—was one of the largest in the United States. It operated 170 miles of track that extended from Canaan, Conn. through Berkshire County, and into the neighboring states of Vermont and New York.
NBC Dallas-Fort Worth

Kids Online Safety Act May Harm Minors, Civil Society Groups Warn Lawmakers

Dozens of civil society groups urged lawmakers in a letter on Monday against passing a bill that aims to protect children from online harm. They warned the bill itself could actually inflict further danger on kids and teens by encouraging more data collection on minors and preventing access to topics like LGBTQ issues.

The only horse to ever get penalized in an NCAA football game was an NJ resident

New Jersey has had more than its share of equine stars, winners of all the major stakes, including many that captured the Kentucky Derby. But few have captured as many hearts as Lord Nelson, whose achievements may not number a derby but do include the distinction of being the only horse ever to receive an official football penalty in an NCAA football game.

'It's a scary world' | Mother of teen killed in road rage incident disheartened by recent shooting

SAN ANTONIO — A San Antonio mother is disheartened, alarmed and scared after learning of Saturday's road rage shooting on Southeast Military Drive. Police said 70-year-old Roberto Huron veered into a Walmart parking lot after being shot by another driver during a fit of rage. The driver, 46-year-old Donyell Moton, is now charged with murder in his death.

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ALTOONA — This week during practice Canton coach Tyler Sechrist said he saw fire in his players eyes. On Saturday the Warriors let that fire loose, rolling to a 42-13 win over Northern Cambria during the PIAA, Class A football quarterfinals. “These seniors, they know it’s their last rodeo,”...

November 28 has a variety of activities in Downtown Maryville

Makers’ Monday and the lighting of Maryville’s downtown will usher in the Christmas spirit on Monday, November 28. The event will begin at 4 to 7 pm, with several pop-up shops of local home-based businesses offering their wares and services in the Northside Mall, Meyer Automotive and A Step Ahead Dance Studio. Then at 5:45, Nodaway Chorale will perform on the Courthouse lawn and the Courthouse Christmas lighting will be turned on at 6 pm. Santa will arrive in the Maryville Pocket Park, Third and Main plus carriage rides will be offered during the evening, and the Grinch will be announced.