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  • Eight dead, more hospitalized after Missouri tourist boat incident

    Eight people are dead following a mass casualty incident Thursday night with a “tourist-type boat involved” in Missouri, officials said. Stone County Sheriff Doug Rader confirmed 31 people were on a Ride the Ducks boat when it crashed, FOX4KC reported. Several people were taken to a hospital, the department said, without elaborating on their conditions. At least six patients are being treated at CoxHealth Medical Center in Branson, Missouri, hospital spokeswoman Kaitlyn McConnell said. She didn’t comment on the nature of the victims’ […]

  • Common adopts an NYC classroom, presents $10k to school

    Grammy winning recording-artist and Oscar winning actor, Common, took a break from his busy schedule to surprise the students of PS 111 in New York City. Partnering with Burlington Stores and Adopt-A-Classroom, Common and his mom – a retired school teacher — presented a $10,000 check to the school. The money will be used to buy sorely needed school supplies for the students. According to Adopt-A-Family, teachers spend on average over $700 out of their own pockets just to supply their students […]

  • $7.5 million in heroin, fentanyl seized in massive Bronx drug bust; 5 arrested

    SOUNDVIEW, The Bronx — An estimated $7.5 million worth of heroin and fentanyl was seized in a massive raid at an alleged drug packaging mill in the Soundview neighborhood of the Bronx Wednesday night, according to the city’s Special Narcotics Prosecutor’s Office. Scales, strainers, grinders and other equipment to needed to process the narcotics for street-level distribution was also found, including more than 100 different ink stamps for branding individual dose envelopes with names like “Dexter,” “Death,” “100%,” “UPS,” “Heartless” and “Super […]

  • Man convicted in J’Ouvert killing of Cuomo aide Carey Gabay

    BROOKLYN, N.Y. — A man was convicted Thursday in the killing Carey Gabay, an aide to Gov. Andrew Cuomo who was caught in gang crossfire hours before New York City’s West Indian Day Parade in 2015, prosecutors said. Kenny Bazile was found guilty of second-degree manslaughter and second-degree criminal possession of a weapon. “This defendant took part in a shooting war amid hundreds of revelers, cutting short the life of Carey Gabay and putting many others in danger,” Brooklyn District Attorney […]

  • Report of shots fired outside Brooklyn school: police

    BROOKLYN, N.Y. — Police responded to a call of shots fired outside a Brooklyn school Thursday, authorities said. A call came in about 1:20 p.m. reporting shots fired outside 2950 W. 25th St., the location of P.S. 288. Officers are on the scene and canvassing. No additional information was immediately available. This is a developing story. Refresh this page for updates.

  • Billy Joel to play his 100th show at Madison Square Garden

    NEW YORK — Piano Man will play perform the 100th time at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday night. Billy Joel, 69, first performed there 40 years ago. “I couldn’t think of a better way to peak in my life than this,” he said at an event designating July 18 as “Billy Joel Day” from now on. “I just want to thank all of you.” Governor Andrew Cuomo honored the occasion. “Billy Joel is not only one of the greatest entertainers of our time, but […]

  • Watch: 12 suspects in ‘Junior’ killing appear in court

    CONCOURSE, the Bronx — The indictments of 12 men accused of killing Lesandro “Junior” Guzman-Feliz are expected to be unsealed as they appear in court Wednesday. A law enforcement source tells PIX11 News investigators have accounted for “everyone on video.” The source told PIX11, “We have all four drivers; we have all four cars” involved in the chase and getaway. “Everybody on video we identified. Everyone who took part was busted.” On June 20, the 15-year-old was brutally attacked outside […]

  • Watch: Formal indictments announced in killing of ‘Junior’ Guzman-Feliz

    NEW YORK — Formal indictments against the 12 alleged gang members accused of killing 15-year-old Lesandro “Junior” Guzman-Feliz were announced Wednesday. Police Commissioner James O’Neill and Bronx District Attorney Darcel D. Clark made the announcement after all 12 murder suspects appeared in court. The alleged members of the Trinitarios gang are accused of attacking Guzman-Feliz on June 20 — chasing down the teenager, who they pulled out of a bodega before beating and repeatedly stabbing him, ultimately using a machete to […]

  • Summer bummers solved: Products that can protect, repair you during the summer months

    NEW YORK — The summer weather can wreak havoc on your body from head to toe. Beauty Expert, Bahar Takhtehchian, reveals products that can protect and/or repair the wear and tear women endure during the during the summer months: Summer Bummer: Dry, flaky, red, irritated face Solution: Meg Cosmetics Two Step Soothing and Brightening Jelly Mask $21 for box of 5 sheets Summer elements like the sun, wind, AC, and sun exposure can make your skin dry, flaky and red. This overnight mask soothes […]

  • Flooded subways, roads cause delays during evening commute

    NEW YORK — Tuesday’s downpour snarled traffic and trains during the evening rush. When two inches of rain fall in two hours, things will happen despite the drains that are built to handle water. New Yorkers will keep going through the storm. Here’s how the storm impacted the commute home or flight out of New York or New Jersey as reported on PIX11 News at 5 p.m. during the height of the rain: These alerts were issued Tuesday afternoon: Subway: Severe […]