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Rosie O’Donnell Sparks Controversy on TikTok After Defending Casey Anthony's Innocence

Rosie O'Donnell watched Casey Anthony's new Peacock docuseries and had much to say about it. The 60-year-old comedian and TV personality took to social media over the weekend to share her thoughts on the newly released true crime series Casey Anthony: Where the Truth Lies, which aimed to offer previously unheard details about the tragic death of three-year-old Caylee Anthony.
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‘Torso Killer’ Richard Cottingham to admit to five more NYC-area slays

The infamous serial slayer known as the “Torso Killer’’ because of the way he carved up some of his victims is set to plead guilty Monday in the brutal murders of five Long Island women. Richard Cottingham, 76, is already serving a life sentence in New Jersey, where he was convicted of killing six other women between 1967 and 1980. The former computer programmer and once-married dad of three is now expected to admit to the 1968 rape and murder of dance teacher Diane Cusick, as well as the slayings of four other women in Nassau County in 1972 and 1973,...
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NYC’s plan to close Rikers Island jail complex is not going to cut it

If New York City closes the jail complex on Rikers Island, as it is slated to do in 2027, the “borough-based jails” erected in its place will leave the city with room for just 3,300 detainees. That’s nowhere near enough, I argue in a new Manhattan Institute report: Nearly 6,000 people are on Rikers right now, and with crime still rising, that population will only grow.  Some people aren’t convinced. Speaking to The Post, state Senate Correction Chair Julia Salazar (D-Brooklyn), a leading advocate of closure, claimed that the report didn’t consider how jailing fewer people for minor crimes might make...

‘Torso Killer’ Will Cop to Five More Murders: Report

A convicted serial killer and rapist who says he has murdered at least 100 women is expected to admit to the murders of five more victims after a DNA hit linked the killer to several unsolved crimes. Richard Cottingham, dubbed the “Torso Killer” for his tendency to dismember some of his victims, will reportedly plead guilty Monday to the 1968 murder of dance teacher Diane Cusick, along with the slayings of four other women on Long Island. Cusick was a mother who went out to buy dance shoes at the mall one day and never returned home. Sources told NewsDay that Cottingham will admit to 23-year-old Cusick’s strangling in return for immunity from prosecution in the other four killings. Cottingham is already spending life in prison after he was convicted of the murders of eight young women and girls but claims to have killed nearly 100 women across New Jersey and New York from the late 1960s to before his 1980 arrest.Read it at Newsday
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Activists call on Rancho Viejo to oppose Texas LNG

RIO GRANDE VALLEY, Texas (ValleyCentral) — Local opposition to a proposed Texas Liquefied Natural Gas project continues as environmental activists urge the town of Rancho Viejo to join other cities in voicing their disapproval of the gas plant. The South Texas Environmental Justice Network is asking the public to...
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Long Island’s North Shore Rail Trail Wins Quality of Life Award

Suffolk County Legislator Sarah Anker and County Executive Steve Bellone announced that the North Shore Rail Trail project is the winner of this year’s American Society of Civil Engineers Quality of Life Award, which has been accepted by members from the Suffolk County Department of Public Works. Legislator Anker...
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A Christmas Carol is coming to Shelter Island for one night only

For one night only, Broadway on the North Fork is teaming up with The Ram’s Head Inn to host an immersive, holiday dinner celebration. On December 10th, the theatrical production company will be performing its award-winning, one-man adaptation of Charles Dickens’s A Christmas Carol. Guests will witness this epic tale in an all-new telling while enjoying a decadent, three-course meal.

From CNBC to Bubbly Paws

MINNEAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec 5, 2022-- Bubbly Paws, a self-service dog wash and full service dog grooming salon, is announcing their 3rd franchise location in Florida, just outside Fort Lauderdale in Weston. This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20221205005336/en/ Bubbly Paws provides a self service dog wash and full service grooming salon in a bright, clean setting where it is fun to bathe your pooch! (Photo: Business Wire)
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What’s New in The Bahamas for Travelers This Holiday Season

If you’re excited about the holidays, but aren’t so thrilled about the chilly weather, you may want to opt for a non-traditional seasonal celebration in the Caribbean. While the thought of Christmas, Hanukkah or New Year’s vacations may not readily conjure mental images of warm breezes, sunshine and sandy beaches, there are plenty of festivities on the islands this time of year.

Man Found Dead In Parking Lot of Manorhaven Business

Police are investigating after a man was found dead in the parking lot of a Long Island business. Nassau County Police Sixth Precinct Officers responded to a 911 call for an unresponsive male in the rear parking lot of 146 Shore Road in Manorhaven at around 10:10 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 4.
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Long Island Music & Entertainment Hall of Fame Rocks Open

Long Island Music & Entertainment Hall of Fame Rocks Open. There’s a new museum on Long Island and it rocks! On Friday, November 25th, the Long Island Music & Entertainment Hall of Fame opened to the public for the first time. Spanning two floors, music fans and history buffs...