Local Experts: Human Hand-Size Giant Spiders Can Soon Be On NYC Streets
Spiders the size of your hand that "balloon" across the skies on three-foot silken webs and hitchhike on cars, trucks, and buses are shortly to arrive in New York City. No, that's not a scene from the newest science fiction thriller. Though they have been moving throughout the country, giant Joro spiders are expected to soon arrive in New York City, according to experts.
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Diddy’s Legal Team Responds To Third Lawsuit Accusing Him Of Rape And Abuse, “Nothing But A Blatant Money Grab”
A spokesperson for Diddy is firing back against a third lawsuit filed against him upon claims of rape and abuse!. According to TMZ, a member of Diddy’s team says that the Bad Boy CEO is being unfairly targeted for financial gain. “These are civil suits with fabricated claims of misconduct from over 30 years ago, which are nothing but a blatant money grab. Mr. Combs is being unfairly targeted by anonymous accusers who lie for financial gain.
SUV Operator Drives Vehicle Into NYC Subway Entrance, Gets Stuck
In an unexpected turn of events, a driver maneuvers his SUV onto a sidewalk, only to end up lodged inside a subway station entrance. Friday morning in New York City offered a sight that left many scratching their heads. An SUV, not parked on the street or in a parking lot, but jammed in the entrance of a subway station. Yes, you read that right.
Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade 2023: Live Stream & Performances
This Thanksgiving, the streets of New York City will be alight with the annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, showcasing a myriad of performers and the iconic colossal parade floats.
NYC Library Cuts: No More Sunday Service
In light of Mayor Eric Adams' announcement of mid-year budget cuts to city funding, local libraries in New York City, including Brooklyn Public Library, Queens Public Library, and The New York Public Library, have been forced to make changes to their operational hours. As a result of these budget cuts, seven-day service will be eliminated across the city, including the end of Sunday service in most branches.
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NYC Landlord Charged With Brutal Triple Murder of Tenants, Girlfriend Walked Out Of Precinct
QUEENS, NEW YORK - David Daniel, the landlord charged with the gruesome triple murder of his tenants and girlfriend, was walked out of the NYPD 113th Precinct on Wednesday afternoon by police.
Deadly Dispute: NYC Landlord Stabs 3 Tenants To Death After 'Having Issues' With Them
QUEENS, NEW YORK - NYPD rushed to Milburn Street on Tuesday morning after a landlord walked into a local police precinct and told cops that he "did something bad" after having problems with his tenants. He has been charged with murder following the fatal stabbings of his three victims.
Call: Restore School Safety Agents
Staten Island elected officials from both political parties gathered in a press conference organized by Assemblyman Michael Tannousis (R-East Shore/South Brooklyn) to express their opposition to the cancellation of the school safety agent class. Mayor Eric Adams' office recently announced the cancellation of the class, which was initially reduced from 250 agents to 150 agents before being entirely canceled. While the mayor's office did not confirm if the decision was due to budget cuts, a hiring freeze has been confirmed. Assemblyman Tannousis emphasized that eliminating a class of new school safety agents at a time when the city is at risk of terrorism due to global conflicts is a poor decision.
David Daniel: NYC Landlord, Allegedly Takes Lives of Three Tenants in Queens Home Over Unpaid Rent
In a shocking turn of events, David Daniel, a 54-year-old landlord, walked into the 113th Precinct stationhouse on Tuesday and confessed to the brutal murder of his girlfriend and two tenants. The motive behind the horrific crime was revealed to be a dispute over unpaid rent.
Navigating the Ongoing Battle: What You Need to Know About COVID-19 Now
As we continue to coexist with COVID-19, it remains crucial for New Yorkers to stay informed and proactive in managing the ongoing challenges posed by the virus. Testing, treatment, and vaccination options continue to be available, ensuring that individuals, regardless of insurance status or financial ability, can access essential healthcare services. This comprehensive guide outlines key aspects of the current COVID-19 landscape, empowering individuals to protect themselves, their families, and their communities.
Updated COVID-19 Vaccines: Ensuring Protection for All Ages
In the ongoing effort to combat the evolving landscape of COVID-19, New York City is at the forefront of vaccine advancements. The city now offers updated COVID-19 vaccines for the 2023-2024 season, specifically designed to protect against newer variants of the virus. This comprehensive guide aims to provide essential information for residents, emphasizing the importance of vaccination for individuals aged 6 months and older.