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  • 4 arrested in series of attacks on Jewish men in Williamsburg

    WILLIAMSBURG, Brooklyn — Two men were arrested Wednesday night in connection to the attacks of Jewish men in Brooklyn earlier this week, police said. Deandre Diagle and Michael Bellevue were taken into custody and face charges of robbery and assault, police said. On Thursday, the NYPD announced the arrest of Devante McDougell, 17, and Elijah Hodge, 18, for the same incident. Diagle, 19, and Bellevue, 20, are accused of assaulting three Jewish men in three attempted robberies in Williamsburg Monday […]

  • Taking on tough topics on ‘City on a Hill’

    NEW YORK — It’s going down Sunday night on the season finale of “City on a Hill.” The show, which has been picked for a second season, is set in Boston in the early ‘90s when the city was struck with corrupt, violent crimes involving law enforcement agencies. Jill Hennessy, a star on the show, gives us a glimpse of what we can expect in the season finale and fills us in on what we might see next season. Catch […]

  • A taste of the food and wine experience

    NEW YORK — PIX11 is teaming up with USA Today for the second annual Wine and Food Experience to benefit City Harvest, an organization that helps feed more than one million New Yorkers. The event — all about celebrities, chefs, food and wine, will be hosted by PIX11’s Dan Mannarino. To prep our tastebuds for the big bash, Chef Gaetano Arnone from Otto Enoteca E Pizzeria gives us taste of some popular dishes. The event take place Sept. 7 from […]

  • Flint whistleblower on Newark water crisis: Lead levels ‘look as bad or even worse’ than Flint

    NEWARK, N.J. — Newark’s water crisis continues to boil over, as residents demand Mayor Ras Baraka step down. This, while Gov. Phil Murphy asks the federal government to step in and help as part of the city is urged not to drink from tap water due to elevated lead levels. The situation in Newark is being compared to what happened in Flint, Michigan. Virginia Tech professor and environmental engineer Marc Edwards helped uncover the Flint water crisis, and now, he’s […]

  • Running for adoption and foster care awareness

    NEW YORK — For 121 days, Noah Fredenberg ran across the country from Los Angeles to New York City to raise awareness for children in foster care. To raise money for the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption, Fredenberg kicked off his journey in April, and it finally came to an end Tuesday. Fresh off a day of rest, he tells PIX11 his story and why the foundation and cause is important to him.

  • Delta worker at JFK Airport dies on the job after being hit by tug

    NEW YORK — A Delta worker died after being hit by a tug at John F. Kennedy International Airport on Wednesday afternoon, officials said. The worker was hit at the Terminal 4 ramp side around 3:30 p.m., Port Authority officials said. “The Delta team is grieving today following the loss of one of our own,” a spokesperson for the airline said. “We are extremely saddened by the passing of a JFK below-wing employee and have extended our full support to his […]

  • Police in active standoff with shooter who has wounded six Philadelphia officers

    PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania — Police are in a standoff with a suspect who shot six officers on Wednesday in a North Philadelphia neighborhood. Two officers who have been trapped inside the house have been safely evacuated, according to the Philadelphia PD. Update: 2 PPD Officers who were in house with shooter have been safely evacuated by PPD SWAT. Suspect is still armed and inside house. Continue to avoid the area. — Eric Gripp (@PPDEricGripp) August 15, 2019 More than two hours […]

  • Epstein accuser sues his estate, ex-girlfriend under new NY law

    A woman who says she was raped by Jeffrey Epstein when she was a teenager is suing his estate and four of his associates. Jennifer Araoz sued Epstein’s former girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell and three unnamed members of his staff — the first of many lawsuits expected to be filed by Epstein’s accusers as a new state law went into effect Wednesday that opens up a one-year window for victims of long-ago sex crimes against children to take legal action. “Today is my first […]

  • A$AP Rocky found guilty in Swedish assault case, but won’t go back to jail

    STOCKHOLM — A Swedish court found American rapper A$AP Rocky guilty of assault Wednesday for his role in a June 30 street brawl in Stockholm, but he won’t serve more jail time. The artist, whose real name is Rakim Mayers, earlier pleaded self-defense and said he had tried to avoid a confrontation with two men who were persistently following his entourage. One of them picked a fight with one of Mayers’ two bodyguards, the rapper told the Stockholm District Court. […]

  • Another NYPD officer has died by suicide, the 8th in 2019

    NEW YORK — Another New York Police Department officer has died by suicide — becoming the eighth to do so this year and the sixth since June 5 — a law enforcement official told CNN. The 35-year-old was a seven-year veteran who temporarily was assigned to a detail surrounding Yankee Stadium. The officer left a note behind, the law enforcement official said. He was off-duty at the time, two law enforcement sources told CNN. Of the eight NYPD officer suicides, […]

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