A mixed storm of snow and rain is forcast to hit the New York City area Monday into Tuesday. The storm is predicted to bring dangerous driving conditions, and a small amount of snow.
In early 2016, a corruption scheme emerged inside the D.C. office of Rep. Yvette Clarke (D-Brooklyn). One-tenth of her taxpayer-funded Congressional office budget — $120,000, or enough for eight computers for every staffer — disappeared.
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A winter storm will bring a mix of rain and snow to the tri-state area Saturday evening – with mostly rain expected in the city, but significant snow and ice likely to the north and west.
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Schools in the Five Towns are on lockdown by the Nassau County Police as they search for a dangerous man roaming the area with a gun. UPDATE: Lockdown has been lifted, and one person is in custody.
Car Menorahs have become the norm, and even a fad. There are different styles and configurations, different materials and sizes. Now they are not only found on private vehicles, but a viral photo shows that even the New York Police Department has adopted the car Menorah.
The NYC Health Department has banned unvaccinated children from schools in certain area codes of Brooklyn. The move comes after an outbreak of the Measles in the Orthodox Jewish community continues to spread.
The New York City office of Emergency Management has released a cold temperature advisory for New York City. Temperatures are forecasted to be below freezing through the weekend, with a chance of snow flurries this week.
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The famous mapping app Waze, which was originally created in Israel, has released its car pool app called Waze Carpool in New York City.
With close to 90 percent of election districts reporting, unofficial election results show the race in the New York Primary Gov. Andrew Cuomo staving off a challenge from political upstart Cynthia Nixon. In the race for Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul defeated Jumaane Williams. In Crown Heights political newcomer Zellnor Myrie defeated the incumbent Jesse Hamilton.
The New York State Chaplain Task Force has opened recruitment and is now concentrating on the Crown Heights community in Brooklyn.
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For the third time in as many weeks, New York City and the surrounding areas are bracing once again for another potentially dangerous storm – that can bring up to 12 inches of snow and high winds in the city. Emergency alerts and travel advisories have been issued.
At a Friday rally in front of 26 Federal Plaza Congresswoman Yvette Clarke compared government agencies to the Gestapo, and likened Trumps’ policies to those of the Nazis, drawing swift and bitter condemnation.
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City public schools will be closed tomorrow ahead of what is expected to be a severe winter storm that is expected to include strong winds and lots of snow. Neighborhood schools have announced closures and local organizations are urging residents to take extra care and use caution.