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NYU students help city crack down on hookah bars
Students at New York University were engaged in some public health extracurricular activities during the fall semester, taking part in an undercover sting operation with the New York City health department. On Nov. 14, the students went to 13 hookah …
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Ferret Fanciers, Ruffled by Ban, Are Eager for New York City to Lift It
Since a bizarre incident in which Rudolph W. Giuliani verbally abused a ferret enthusiast on the radio a decade and a half ago, New York City's ferret owners have been dealing with two major problems. One: They are, technically, criminals. Two …
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N.J. man struck, killed by SUV in New York City
A New Jersey man died this weekend after he was struck by a Mercedes SUV in the Upper East Side of Manhattan, police said. A 30-year-old woman was also injured in the Saturday night crash. New York City police said Wesley Mensing, 27, of Scotch …
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St. Bernard sheriff's deputes attended funeral of murdered New York City
27 funeral of a murdered New York City policeman and said they were humbled by the experience. Martin and Cacioppo accepted the airline Jet Blue's offer to fly free two officers from any department to the services being held for NYPD officer Rafael Ramos.
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Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Arrive, and New York City Checks Its Tie
After weeks of planning, New York City welcomed the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on Sunday for a three-day visit, greeting Prince William and his wife, Catherine, with the blend of enthusiasm, sarcasm and bemusing antagonism that tends to tail the …
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Blaz OKs city judge who came under fire
New York State Court Officers Association president Dennis Quirk called the reappointment “a slap in the face to law-enforcement.” “This judge is a disgrace. She lets everybody go,” Quirk said. The December 22 appearance was the second time Johnson had …
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Electronics Must Be Recycled Effective Jan. 1, 2015 Under NYS Law
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — As the dawn of 2015 arrives, New York state residents are reminded that new rules will be enacted for the disposing of electronics. As CBS2's Tony Aiello reported, obsolete cellphones, computers and other electronics …
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Uber Adds E-Hail Taxi Fee for New York City Riders
In the future, that will almost certainly be the case if you use the Uber app to hail a taxi in New York City. The company on Wednesday said that it would begin charging a $ 2 “booking fee” for customers in New York City who hail taxis using Uber. The …
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Officers' Killer Took Aim at New York City of Today
New York City in the early 1970s was riven and dangerous, its ordinary criminal activity outdone by political violence. The attacks on the police officers had been carried out by elements of a radical group called the Black Liberation Army. “It's open …
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Two New York City police officers are shot and killed in a brazen ambush in
A gunman shot and killed two New York City police officers before taking his own life in a brazen ambush that played out on a quiet Brooklyn street corner Saturday afternoon, New York police said. Officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos were shot at …
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New York City Prices in Miami
Richard Meier has been an architect for half a century, and yet, the Pritzker Prize winner has never bought an apartment of his own design. Until now. Mr. Meier, who is based in New York City, was one of the first to buy a condominium at the Surf Club …
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Building Toward a Goal of Reducing Emissions in New York City by 80 Percent
On the eve of the People's Climate March in September, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced an ambitious goal: The city, he said, would reduce its greenhouse gas emissions 80 percent by 2050. The pledge was hailed by climate experts, environmental …
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