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Mystery of disembodied leg found on NYC subway tracks likely solved — with a grisly explanation that’s not a crime: sources
A disembodied human leg found on Bronx subway tracks could be the partial remains of a man dragged for miles that were then hidden for days, according to police sources. Authorities were puzzled when a man’s left leg was discovered in the path of a northbound 4 train between the 167th Street subway stop and 170th Street subway stop around 1:30 p.m. Saturday. The leg was taken to the medical examiner’s office to be tested, but authorities believe it was separated from a man hit by a train miles away and days earlier, sources told The Post. Inmate viciously stabs fellow Gorilla Stone...
Exclusive: Unique approach to help those experiencing homelessness
NEW YORK -- A first-of-its-kind program in Coney Island is helping people who are experiencing homelessness.Jenny Medina, a mom of three, recently faced the biggest challenge of her life. "Because of my mental health, I kind of lost my job and I had no support system," she told CBS New York's Hannah Kliger. "So I turned into substance abuse... I was out of hope."Medina estimates that she was homeless for more than a year. Now, she sits in her private room, her favorite book in hand. "This is my sanctuary. This is where I come to pray. If I have to cry,...
Suspect in Arizona stabbings linked to murder of woman in New York
PHOENIX — A man suspected in two Valley knife attacks is wanted for a murder in New York City, and authorities are looking for potential connections to cases in other states, too. Raad Almansoori, 26, is wanted in New York for allegedly killing 38-year-old Denisse Oleas-Arancibia, who was found...
USPS hiring fair in NYC: Now filling City Carrier Assistant positions
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — The U.S. Postal Service is actively recruiting for City Carrier Assistant (CCA) positions throughout New York City. The postal service is conducting a hiring fair on Staten Island to fill immediate job openings. The event is scheduled for this Thursday, Feb. 23, and Thursday, Mar....
From Burger Flipper to Big Apple Empire: Paul Hendel's McDonald's Success Story
Forget the suits and stock tickers – in the 1970s, the hottest gig around belonged to the kids in McDonald’s uniforms. Paul Hendel was one of them. At 16, he was stoked to join the crew at his local Merrick, NY spot for the fries, friends, and a cool $1.85 an hour. It was just a way to make some cash before college, or so he thought.
First Alert Weather: Friday likely only day without sun over the next 7
Get ready for a break in the sunshine! Atmospheric River Lon brings a weakened wave of moisture, leading to a cloudy Thursday and a wet Friday morning commute. Expect a mix of rain and snow north of NYC, with less than half an inch of precipitation. Cold weekend ahead!
Inmate viciously stabs fellow Gorilla Stone Bloods gangbanger with Plexiglas blade in Rikers Island horror: DA
A Rikers Island inmate attacked a fellow Gorilla Stone Bloods gang member with a 7-inch homemade Plexiglas knife — leaving his victim needing life-saving heart surgery, authorities said Tuesday. Gangbaner Shane Delisle, 25, whose street name is “Bankroll” or “Swerve,” was indicted in the Dec. 20 attack in which he allegedly stabbed Charles Satterwhite multiple times in the chest and back until correction officers showered him with pepper spray, Bronx District Attorney Darcel Clark said. “This vicious attack was caught on video, which showed the defendant allegedly stabbing the victim multiple times with a piece of Plexiglas fashioned into a knife, causing...
KFC to give out ‘chizza’ for free at NYC pop-up ‘chizzeria’
NEW YORK (PIX11) – Chicken is normally a topping for pizza, but what if it was the bottom? KFC announced it will be celebrating the launch of its new menu item, a “chizza,” with a pop-up “chizzeria” at one of its New York City restaurants from Feb. 23 to Feb. 24. Fans will be able […]
Irate woman tossed out of NYC pet store for kicking puppy kennel ‘slaps the s–t out’ of tourist: ‘Welcome to New York’
A deranged woman ferociously slapped a tourist inside a New York City pet store over the weekend after she was told to leave for kicking puppy kennels, according to shocking footage and cops. The “unprovoked” attack Saturday afternoon in Citipups in Chelsea left the victim, a woman visiting from Texas, with a bloody nose, the store manager told The Post as authorities were still seeking the suspect Tuesday. Video captured by store manager Emilio Ortiz shows the disputative woman walking toward the exit before briefly turning to the tourist and smacking her on the side of the face. She then appeared to...
First Alert Weather: Partly sunny, mild afternoon
Get ready for a mild afternoon with partly sunny skies! While it's chillier by the water, a milder weather pattern is on the horizon. Kids enjoying midwinter recess can expect low 40s today, but watch for clouds rolling in. Plus, a sneak peek at love birds from our weather watchers!
NYC program could offer $15K annual support to migrant families
The city of New York has initiated a $53 million program that provides pre-paid credit cards to asylum seekers to help them purchase food, with a potential annual benefit of $15,200 for a family of four. The program is managed by the city's department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) and has faced scrutiny for its allocation of taxpayer funds.
Open Your Homes and Hearts: The Puppies Of New York, NY Need You!
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around new york..
Elderly Woman in Nursing Home in New York State Allegedly Choked Staff
An 80-year-old New York state woman in a nursing home is accused of physically attacking a staff member, says officials. New York State Police say the resident used a cord from a medical device, wrapping it around the neck of a nurse late Wednesday night. Police say the unruly octogenarian...
New surveillance footage shows suspects stealing $51k in merchandise from Gucci store
The video shows one of the robbers holding a gun as the trio stole $51,000 in merchandise.
Migrant suspect accused in attack on 2 NYPD officers expected back in court
NEW YORK (PIX11) – The migrant allegedly at the center of an attack on two NYPD officers in Times Square was due back in court Tuesday. Yohenry Brito, 24, will be in court for a surety hearing to look into the circumstances of his bond payment. He was initially held on $15,000 bail, but a church paid it last week.
When does daylight saving time start in 2024?
NEW YORK (PIX11) – The start of daylight saving time in 2024 is approaching, now just under three weeks away. Daylight saving time begins on Sunday, March 10 this year. Clocks will “spring forward” an hour at 2 a.m. that day, meaning we will lose an hour of sleep. The start of daylight saving time […]
Woman who struck, killed NYPD Detective Anastasios Tsakos sentenced to 27 years
NYPD officers packed the courtroom in a powerful show of solidarity as Detective Anastasios Tsakos' wife gave an emotional impact statement.
TikTok, Instagram ‘goaded’ NYC teen into fatal subway surfing stunt, shattered mom says in lawsuit
The mom of a Manhattan teen who died subway surfing last year claimed in a lawsuit Tuesday that TikTok and Instagram “goaded” her son into the deadly stunt by recommending videos to him of other kids climbing atop trains. Norma Nazario filed her Manhattan Supreme Court suit on the one-year anniversary of the death of her 15-year-old son Zackery, who hit his head and tumbled between subway cars while “surfing” on top of a J train as it rolled across the Williamsburg Bridge. The mom’s suit seeks unspecified damages from both social media companies and the MTA, which is accused of sitting...
New York City Sanitation Worker Arrested for Assault
New York, NY – On Tuesday, February 20, 2024, at 11:53 AM, an on-duty employee of the New York City Department of Sanitation was arrested and charged with assault within…
NYC weather: What to expect as storm approaches
NYC braces for a weather rollercoaster! Expect a sunny start with rising temps, but don't ditch the umbrella yet. Clouds roll in, with rain on the horizon by Thursday night into Friday. Weekend forecast: clear skies and cooler air, followed by a mid-50s warm-up next week with potential showers.