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  • Flash mob wedding proposal that the bride-to-be almost missed

    Ok… So, once you find someone, and you know he or she is the one… It’s time to pop the question. Right? Well, watch how one guy did it in Iowa…because his bride-to-be almost missed it!

  • Lionel: The new child abuse

    Lionel offers his commentary of “The New Child Abuse”

  • “Scuplt-Off” on the High Line reaches titanic proportions

    Chelsea residents took to the High Line on Sunday to enjoy the fresh snowfall. Friends of the high line held a “sculpt-off” today on top of Manhattan’s famous elevated walkway. The rules were simple: bring your own tools and don’t mess with the plants. Some went old-school with your basic carrot-nose snowman. Others went for a finely sculpted statue of liberty. The winners made a high-line snow version of the Titanic.

  • Icy Monday morning commute; more rain in the forecast

  • How to keep the romance alive; love advice from America’s longest married couple

    A true love story right in time for Valentine ’s Day. John and Ann Betar are the country’s longest married couple and if you think you’ve been married a while, you have nothing on them. The pair said their “I do’s” over 80 years ago. At 101 and 97 their secret to love is simple. Ann’s parents had arranged for her to marry someone else. The couple decided to elope. They have five children, 14 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren.

  • New video released of suspected LAPD killer after alleged triple murder

    Surveillance video has been released of the man police believe shot and killed three people including a cop. This is video of Christopher Dorner tossing out what is believed to be a magazine full of bullets and a military belt into a dumpster. The video was taken last Monday, the day after he allegedly shot an officer, his daughter and another woman. An auto sports owner recalls the moment his employee found the amo and belt in their dumpster. Police […]

  • Blizzard gas shortage reminiscent of Sandy

    The blizzard created some familiar scenes at gas stations. There were long lines at the pump, reminiscent of the days after Hurricane Sandy. On Long Island, more than ten percent of the stations ran out of gas by the afternoon on Friday as people tried to prepare for the oncoming storm.

  • Fire in Hempstead claims life of young boy, pregnant woman in critical condition

    A fire in Hempstead took the life of an 8-year-old Long Island boy. This apartment blaze sent 11 people to the hospital and took 300 firefighters to put out. Police say one of the injured is a pregnant woman who suffered a heart attack, she is in critical condition. The cause of the fire is unknown. 250 people are now homeless from the blaze.

  • NYC digs out and gets high marks for blizzard cleanup

    ASTORIA, QUEENS (PIX11)– Teenagers in Astoria are getting paid big bucks to shovel snow after the storm. In some cases up to $ 100 . Around the City drivers spent the day digging out their cars, some were successful others gave up. Meantime, the City is getting high marks for the cleaning up the snow. People in Astoria gave the City a B + for all its work.

  • More wet weather ahead

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