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SEE IT: Local TV crew attacked while covering crime in Miami Beach

“They started really coming on to Ebenezer and attacking him,” she told her colleagues in the studio. “At one point,…

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Alleged Times Square Gunman to Face Judge Thursday After Florida Capture

The 31-year-old man suspected of opening fire in Times Square on Saturday, wounding a 4-year-old girl and two other bystanders,…

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New York City Begins Offering Pfizer Vaccine To Kids Ages 12-15 After CDC Approval

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Children ages 12-15 can start getting Pfizer’s COVID vaccine at some 250 locations in New York…

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Self-proclaimed witch from Alabama charged with murder in connection with disappearance of Leila Cavett

On the same social media page, Ryan claimed to practice “Witchcraft, Knowledge of Self, Kemetic Kundalini & Chakra meditation, Kemetic…

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Cuomo OKs Vaccine for Kids 12-15 in NY ‘Effective Immediately’ as Shot Rates Fall

What to Know Tri-state governors are planning to start offering Pfizer’s vaccine to kids age 12-15 Thursday, a day after…

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AT&T Byron Nelson Preview: ‘If You Drive The Ball Long, You’re Going To Have The Advantage Around Here,’ Says CBS Sports’ Mark Immelman

(CBS DFW) — The AT&T Byron Nelson is the last event before the PGA Championship. That gives many of the…

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The First Official Mayoral Debate in N.Y.C.: What to Know

Weather: Sunny, with a high close to 70. Alternate-side parking: Suspended today for Solemnity of the Ascension and Eid al-Fitr.…

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Why Sexual Misconduct Is Unforgivable but Corruption Is Overlooked

A year ago, if you had asked anyone who has spent time around New York City politics who would next…

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How to Watch the First Democratic Debate in the New York Mayor’s Race

The first official debate between eight major Democratic candidates for mayor of New York City takes place Thursday night from…

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Reimagining the Justice System, From Inside the Mayor’s Office

Over the past year, civil rights protests have put American cities under pressure to rethink public safety. Even though calls…

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