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  • Drunk Knucklehead almost drives himself to AA

    Anyone who drinks and drives is definitely a knucklehead, but where one guy got caught might make him the ultimate knucklehead. Say hello to Donald Blood the Third. Cops say he had one too many on Christmas Eve and was busted for DUI But you’ll never guess where they found him. Blood was driving on the front yard of the Wilson House, a national historic site. Why is it historic, you ask? It’s the birthplace of the co-founder of Alcoholics […]

  • Outrage as hospitals test pregnant moms for drugs near low-income neighborhoods

    Expecting moms in New York are being drug tested in hospitals near low income neighborhoods.  But pregnancy advocates are calling the practice racist and discriminatory. “You cannot tell from a drug test if someone is fit to parent,” said Lynn Paltrow of the National Advocates for Pregnant Women. More than a dozen pregnancy wards across the city administer a marijuana test, without the mother’s consent.  According to the Daily News, the number of tests given to pregnant women varies from […]

  • NBC host under investiagtion after waving around illegal gun ammunition clip on TV

    NBC’s David Gregory is under investigation for using an illegal gun ammunition clip, as a prop. D.C. police are checking to see if any city laws were broken. Gregory held up the high powered gun magazine on meet the press. NBC news asked D.C. police for permission to use the prop, but the request was denied. Gregory held up the device while interviewing NRA honcho Wayne Lapierre.

  • Sandy: The Making of Superstorm

    On October 29, 2012, Superstorm Sandy blasted New York and New Jersey.  The storm altered our coastlines and our lives.  It would take weeks to get the power back, months to clean up the debris, years to rebuild our homes, and a lifetime our mourning continues for those lost at sea. Meteorologists Craig Allen, Linda Church and Mr. G break down what made the storm so power, and how we can prepare for another superstorm. Sandy was different Breaches, barrier […]

  • 9-year-old Bronx boy shoved off roof clinging to life

    The 9-year-old Bronx boy shoved off the roof of a five-story building in Morris Heights is barely clinging to life tonight. Freddy Martin’s on life support at New York Presbyterian Hospital, where he’s been since Friday night. Authorities say he was conscious long enough to ID 17-year-old Casmine Aska as his assailant. Aska is charged with attempted murder; his priors include assault and menacing.

  • LIE reopens after masssive snow drifts that trapped hundreds of cars are cleared

    The Long Island Expressway reopened Monday morning after snow drifts left from Friday’s blizzard were cleared. Eastbound exits 57 through 73 were closed to removed the massive snow drifts that trapped hundreds of cars on Friday. Many drivers were trapped for hours–some even over night, after the snow accumulated at rapid rates. Mike Gilliam reports.

  • Pope Benedict XVI announces resignation

    The Vatican announced moments ago that Pope Benedict XVI will step down on Feb. 28. Pope Benedict XVI told the Cardinals of the Catholic Church he is resigning because of his advanced age. The 85-year-old pope will turn 86 on April 16th. He was elected pope in 2005. We’ll be sure to update you as soon as we get more information.

  • NYC church leaders react to Pope Benedict XVI’s resignation

    Fr. Joesph Lorenzo, of the Church of Saint Anthony,  reacts to Pope Benedict XVI’s resignation. This marks only the second time in history for a pope to set down.  The only other occurrence was in 1415.

  • Smithtown streets still covered in snow as plows get stuck during cleanup

    The blizzard of 2013 dealt a cruel blow to a popular bowling alley on Long Island.   The center portion of the roof of AMF Smithtown Lanes collapsed under the weight of the heavy snow. Thankfully, no one was inside the building when the roof gave way on Saturday afternoon.  It was closed because of the storm.    Bowlers who stopped by were shocked and saddened to see the destruction of the place where they’ve enjoyed so many good times. […]

  • Popular bowling alley caves in under the weight of snow

    The blizzard of 2013 dealt a cruel blow to a popular bowling alley on Long Island. The center portion of the roof of AMF Smithtown Lanes collapsed under the weight of the heavy snow. Thankfully, no one was inside the building when the roof gave way on Saturday afternoon.  It was closed because of the storm. Bowlers who stopped by were shocked and saddened to see the destruction of the place where they’ve enjoyed so many good times. “When I […]