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  • Man arrested in fatal stabbing at wedding in Suffolk County

    COPIAGUE, NY — A wedding attendee was fatally stabbed Saturday night, Suffolk County Police said. Anyelo Rosario, 28, argued with another man at the wedding party around 8:20 p.m., police said. He was rushed to a local hospital, but he did not survive his injuries. It is not yet clear what the two men argued about. The other man, identified as Jose Collado-Nunez, 29, was arrested.  He faces a first degree manslaughter charge.    

  • Staten Island man dies in fire on his birthday

    CHARLESTON, Staten Island — A Staten Island man died in a blaze on his birthday, NYPD officials said. Anthony Carter, 62, was killed in the late night Saturday fire, police said. Firefighters rushed to the Pembrook Loop home just before midnight. Neighbors grabbed a hose and tried to help put out the fire. Fire marshals later determined the blaze was started by unattended candles. Carter’s 9-year-old son was injured in the fire, police said. He was taken to Staten Island University North Hospital for treatment […]

  • Woman tries to set man, church on fire in the Bronx

    WILLIAMSBRIDGE, the Bronx — Police arrested a 21-year-old woman Saturday morning after she allegedly tried to set a man and a church on fire in the Bronx. Eurasia Bryan allegedly poured rum all over a man in front of Ramah Christian Center on Fish Avenue around 11 a.m., police said. She tried to light a match and set him on fire. She also told people in the area she was going to burn the church down, police said. Police arrested the women […]

  • Cuomo asks Trump for help with ‘intolerable’ Penn Station situation

    NEW YORK — The situation at Penn Station is intolerable and requires federal assistance, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said Sunday. He wrote a letter to President Donald Trump asking for the federal government to recognize the conditions at Penn Station as an emergency. The station has seen frequent delays and derailments in recent months. “The negative impact of the state of disrepair at Penn Station has reached a tipping point,” Cuomo wrote. “As you know, the station is in deplorable condition […]

  • Tom Hanks takes on Upper East Side parking offender on Twitter

    UPPER EAST SIDE, Manhattan — Oscar-award winning actor Tom Hanks took a minute over the weekend to call out a car owner with a handful of parking tickets stuffed under the windshield wiper. “Sir? Move. Your. Car! Hanx,” he tweeted Saturday morning. Sir? Move. Your. Car! Hanx — Tom Hanks (@tomhanks) May 20, 2017 The NYPD responded quickly. Within two hours, NYPD Assistant Commissioner for Communication and Public Information Peter Donald tweeted a response to the “Sully” and “Forrest Gump” star. “Can […]

  • Runners get married in middle of Brooklyn half marathon

    BROOKLYN — Two runners paused halfway through Saturday’s half-marathon in Brooklyn, but it wasn’t because they were tired. Alexander Salazar and Krissa Cetner stopped six miles into the race at Prospect Park to tie the knot. “It was very surreal,” Salazar said. Cetner came up with the idea a few months ago while she was out for a run and Salazar, who also loves to run, thought it was a great idea. The two even joked about it as they ran the streets of […]

  • Man chases robbers out of Nassau County home moments after being woken by his mother

    FLOWER HILL, NY — A 28-year-old man chased two robbers out of his Hunters Lane home, Nassau County police said Sunday. Arsati Urbina, 20, and Dylan Silber, 17, allegedly entered the house through an open garage door, a police spokesperson said. A 61-year-old resident heard voices and woke up her son. He sprang into action and chased the men out of the house, police said. Urbina and Silber allegedly fled with cash, jewelry and other assorted items, officials said. Police spotted the man looking […]

  • 19 injured in massive Staten Island apartment fire

    STATEN ISLAND — Nineteen people were injured a a massive blaze early Sunday morning, an FDNY spokesperson said. The flames broke out at a Mill Road apartment building around 4 a.m. and quickly grew to a 5-alarm fire, officials said. It started on the building’s fourth floor and spread to the fifth and sixth floors. Fire Marshals later determined the cause of the fire was an unattended candle. A resident said the candle was knocked over by someone’s cat. Nine of those […]

  • Two men fatally shot in Bronx, Brooklyn

    NEW YORK — Two men were fatally shot overnight, police said. The first shooting happened around 9:30 p.m. in the Bronx, an NYPD spokesperson said. A 24-year-old man was shot in the leg and torso near the intersection of West 176th Street and Andrews Avenue. Police found the victim unconscious and unresponsive in the Morris Heights section of the Bronx, officials said. EMS rushed him to Bronx Lebanon Hospital, but he did not survive. A 35-year-old man was also fatally shot in Brooklyn just […]

  • Man hit by train in Queens, power shut down on Manhattan-bound track

    ASTORIA, Queens — A person was hit by a rush-hour train at the Broadway station in Queens Thursday evening, FDNY officials said. The man was taken to the hospital in critical condition, an NYPD spokesman said. No identifying information is available. Power was shut down on the Manhattan-bound track after the collision, which happened just before 5:40 p.m. As of 6:45 p.m., service had resumed with delays on the N and W lines between Ditmars Boulevard and Queensboro Plaza in both directions, the […]