#New York City

NYPD issues warning about pickpockets at holiday hotspots

NEW YORK -- The holiday lights are up, and pickpockets are out.The NYPD says while you're out enjoying the holiday season, thieves will be out too, looking for their next target.As CBS2's Jennifer Bisram explains, a special team with the NYPD is working to keep people from getting ripped off.CBS2 cameras were on the streets with NYPD's special pickpocket team Saturday."We are the troops on the ground. We follow these guys that are targeting victims to try to steal their belongings," NYPD Lt. Jonathan Cedeno said.Especially at holiday hotspots like Rockefeller Center, Saks 5th Avenue, Bryant Park and Times Square."The...
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‘Blue Bloods’ Ratings Revealed for Season 13, Episode 7

Ratings news for Friday night’s TV viewing is in and while it dipped in the demo rating, Blue Bloods managed to get the largest audience. Around 5.5 million viewers dialed in to see what was happening with the Reagan family and other New York Police Department officers. That demo, by the way, was at an 0.3 level. CBS’ other Friday shows, S.W.A.T. and Fire Country, held fast at a 0.4 demo. About 4.7 million tuned in for S.W.A.T. while 5.3 million watched the Max Thieriot-starring Fire Country.
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How She Doin'? Everything We Know About Wendy Williams' Chaotic Return To New York City

Wendy Williams' return to the Empire State was eventful, to say the least! After the former host of The Wendy Williams Show came back to New York City from a Malibu rehabilitation center for severe alcohol addiction in October, she wasted no time in getting people talking about her current state and what's next for her career. On October 18, the media mogul's representative Shawn Zanotti, confirmed Williams returned home from the treatment facility and was filled with hope for what the future holds. 'SHE IS GETTING THE HELP THAT SHE NEEDS': KEVIN HUNTER BREAKS DOWN IN UPDATE OF TROUBLED...

Man who shot Philadelphia Parking Authority Officer linked to separate New York City shooting

PHILADELPHIA, PA – A man who walked up to a Philadelphia Parking Authority officer and shot him from behind multiple times, execution-style in Philadelphia is also wanted for a shooting in the Bronx, police said this weekend. According to police, on November 25th, the man walked up to an on-duty PPA officer and shot him point blank from behind several times. The suspect then fled the scene. The city worker was shot in the shoulder and in the ear. Now, using video surveillance, police have linked the suspect to a shooting three days earlier in New York City. That shooting The post Man who shot Philadelphia Parking Authority Officer linked to separate New York City shooting appeared first on Shore News Network.

‘The joy and the magic’ of the Dyker Heights Christmas lights

DYKER HEIGHTS, Brooklyn (PIX11) — It’s considered one of the best New York City attractions during the holiday seasons. Dozens and dozens of Dyker Heights homes are decorated with larger-than-life Santas, snowmen, reindeer, nutcrackers and nativity scenes. “The lights are really cool, and there are so many, and there are bubbles everywhere,” Emily Casamento, 10, […]

He beat a woman at a Columbia University Protest, now the police need your help

NEW YORK, NY – Police in New York City are investigating an assault that took place Monday night in Manhattan. According to police, at around 7:50 pm, a 21-year-old woman was repeatedly punched in the head by an unknown male suspect in front of 535 West 116th Street. The attack took place during a protest Monday night at Columbia University’s Morning Side Heights campus. Police said the suspect repeatedly assaulted the woman until she lost consciousness and fell to the ground. The woman was standing on the steps at a building when the unknown male suspect punched her, then began The post He beat a woman at a Columbia University Protest, now the police need your help appeared first on Shore News Network.

Comic Hoy explores how far $100 bucks will go in New York City

(NewsNation) — Comic Frankie Hoy has become a TikTok sensation with his reports on how far $100 can take him in New York City. Hoy chatted with NewsNation “Prime” anchor Natasha Zouves about is project and the audience he has grown on social media. Watch the complete...

24 Hoboken + Jersey City News Stories You Missed This Week

Ringing in the holiday season is a magical time in Hudson County — and a busy one, so as always we’re here to cover the local news and bring you a weekly roundup of everything you might have missed in Hoboken + Jersey City. Catch up on all there is to know, including the following headlines: Jersey City firefighter becomes first female Deputy Chief; Union City Salvation Army thrift store catches fire; Hoboken’s annual tree lighting is happening this week; and so much more. Keep reading for all the news you missed this week in Hoboken, Jersey City, + beyond.

People in the News (12/04/2022): appointments, promotions, obituaries

The Brinson Foundation in Chicago has announced the selection of MICHAEL BARBER as a senior program officer. Barber previously was a member of the program team with the Spencer Foundation for six years, serving as a learning consultant, where he partnered with district and school leaders in Chicago Public Schools to connect research with practice.

Last Night’s “SNL” Featured a Chaotic Tribute to New York City

Watch enough sketch comedy and you might find yourself thinking about what the first germ of an idea was that set the whole thing in motion. Sometimes, it’s pretty clear – the Saturday Night Live sketch “Papyrus” drew its inspiration from the font used for Avatar, for instance. Watching last night’s “Hello Kitty” sketch, it’s nowhere near as clear — this is a sketch that goes to some thoroughly unexpected places over the course of four and a half minutes.

6 outstanding homes built in the 1940s

Nashville, Tennessee  Courtesy image The renovation of this 1946 five-bedroom home in Green Hills preserved many historic details. The house has original molding and wainscoting, oversize mullioned windows, a carved-wood staircase, and hardwood floors; a living room with French doors to a dining patio; a sitting area with fireplace; a dining room; and an open chef's kitchen with island. Courtesy image Outside are a covered back patio and landscaped front and back yards with extensive lawns and mature trees. $1,650,000. Will Reynolds, Park Realty/Luxury Portfolio International, (404) 984-3858. Washoe Valley, Nevada Courtesy image The 1946 Franktown Lightning W Ranch is a regional landmark. Buildings...