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    More On: abbi jacobson ‘Broad City’ stars ‘snapped’ at gala photographers The ‘Broad City’ girls talk about why you shouldn’t touch your black friend’s hair Katie Couric’s kids take cue from ‘Broad City’ Abbi Jacobson came up with the best part of Ilana Glazer’s new show Abbi Jacobson is showing off some new bling. The “Broad City” star and her girlfriend of nearly two years, Jodi Balfour, are engaged, according to Entertainment Tonight. On Thursday, the pair made their red carpet debut at the premiere of Prime Video’s “A League of Their Own” in Los Angeles and fans noticed Jacobson was wearing a ring on that special finger. The newly engaged couple looked smitten as they walked the carpet hand in hand. Jacobson. 38, opted for a red, slightly sheer dress while her fiancée stunned in a pink, drop-waist gown. Balfour, 35, accessorized with one white and one red boot and red lipstick to color-coordinate with her leading lady. The actresses first announced they were dating in October 2021 after keeping their relationship a secret for...
    \u201cJust sent to me, a @ring camera captures a robbery on Skyline Dr in #DalyCity a high end watch was stolen and the victim was struck repeatedly with a handgun @DalyCityPD is currently investigating the robbery. The victim suffered minor injuries More detail are pending. #GothamSF\u201d — Stanley Roberts (@Stanley Roberts) 1659120300 KNTV said the victim was treated at the scene for his injuries. The station said no description was immediately available for the suspect who remained at large Friday. However, video showed the suspect appeared to be wearing a dark hooded sweatshirt, dark pants, and white sneakers. Daly City Mayor Rod Daus-Magbual said in a Friday statement in regard to the incident that the city has "zero tolerance for anti-Asian American and Pacific Islander attacks of any kind," KNTV reported. The mayor added that he's "working closely with our city's management and police department to ensure a thorough investigation," the station said. Anyone with information about the case is asked to call Detective Robert McCarthy at 650-991-8174, KNTV added....
    Violent crime has been skyrocketing in New York City since the pandemic. In one recent poll, more than three-quarters of New York City residents reported that they were fearful of becoming a victim of violent crime. A startling 70% of respondents also said that they felt less safe in NYC now than before the pandemic. Police are asking for the public's help in identifying the suspects. Here's a news video about the incident: Group Robs Teen of Shoes, ID at NYC Park While Others Pull Out Phone to Record | NBC New York www.youtube.com
    A 28-year-old man was stabbed dead in Jersey City over Memorial Day Weekend. Jawon Purcell was found with multiple stab wounds at 12 Bostwick Ave., around 1:50 p.m. on Sunday, May 29, Hudson County Prosecutor Esther Suarez said. He was pronounced dead at the scene at approximately 2 p.m.  The Cause and Manner of death are pending the findings of the Regional Medical Examiner’s Office. The Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office Homicide Unit and the Jersey City Police Department are actively investigating this case.  No arrests had been made as of Monday morning.  Anyone with information is asked to contact the Office of the Hudson County Prosecutor at 201-915-1345 or to leave an anonymous tip. All information will be kept confidential.
    KYIV, Ukraine -- Russian forces attacked along a broad front in eastern Ukraine on Tuesday as part of a full-scale ground offensive to take control of the country's eastern industrial heartland in what Ukrainian officials called a "new phase of the war."Ukraine's General Staff said Russian forces are focusing their efforts on taking full control of the Donbas region. "The occupiers made an attempt to break through our defenses along nearly the entire frontline," the General Staff said in a statement early Tuesday.The stepped-up assaults began Monday along a front of more than 300 miles (480 kilometers), focused on the Donbas regions of Donetsk and Luhansk, with the Russian forces trying to advance in several sections, including from the neighboring Kharkiv region.In southern Donetsk, the General Staff said the Russian military has continued to blockade and shell the strategic port city of Mariupol and fire missiles at other cities.On Monday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said in a video address that a "significant part of the entire Russian army is now concentrated on this offensive."Moscow-backed separatists have been fighting Ukrainian forces...
    A 73-year-old man in Manhattan fought off a thief who tried to steal his wallet more than once in broad daylight on Sunday in midtown -  suffering only minor injuries for his efforts.  The elderly man, who has not been named by the New York Police Department (NYPD), was purchasing lottery tickets at a convenience store on Eighth Avenue around 10:45 a.m. when he was approached by an unidentified male who tried to grab his wallet out of his hand.  The victim was able to shrug off the mugger off before leaving the store and crossing the street, according to the police department. But after the elderly man attempted to flee the scene, the bandit followed and tripped him at the end of the street's crosswalk, knocking him to the ground.    He then kicked the 73-year-old man several times before attempting to steal his wallet once again - but the victim held tight while bystanders stepped in to help. The brazen daylight attack comes as New York City is experiencing a major crime surge - with the New York Police...
    Police cruiser set on fire, Jeremy Dunklee; Raw surveillance video www.youtube.com And with the help of some Good Samaritans nearby, Kelly was able to catch up to Dunklee and detain him. "As I was calling it out on the radio, I said, ‘He just lit a patrol car on fire,'" Kelly recounted to WXMI-TV. "Some bystanders heard me. I think they were Ace Hardware customers. [They] just came out and assisted me with stopping him." Kelly told the outlet that one man cut Dunklee off with his truck and then got out of his vehicle to box the suspect. At the same time, another man ran over to assist. He allegedly grabbed Dunklee and wrestled him to the ground. "And he was about 6’2” or 6’3.” I’m 5’3," added Kelly. "So, I told him to get on the ground so it’s safer for me to put him into custody. He wouldn’t listen, so the bystander helped me take him to the ground, I handcuffed him, and then my partner came on scene." Dunklee was arrested and...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia is starting a new street cleaning program, but if you park in the city, you might have to move your car because of it. Street cleaning signs are popping up in a number of Philadelphia neighborhoods. Each one has a certain day and time slot on it. The time slots are when drivers won’t be able to park so crews can be out and clean the streets. READ MORE: FIRST ON 3: Philadelphia Board Of Education Announces Names Of 3 Finalists For District's Next Superintendent“This initiative helps to reduce trash and litter conditions in the city’s most vulnerable communities,” Acting Managing Director Vanessa Garrett-Harley said. “The areas selected have been identified as requiring additional city services to supplement cleaning efforts.” READ MORE: Giant Venomous Spiders Expected To Spread Rapidly Across East Coast, Experts SayThe program starts on April 4. Here is the list of impacted areas: *indicates areas with “no parking” signage installed as of March 9 North Central: Broad St. to 22nd St. from Glenwood Ave. to Diamond St.* Frankford: Bridge St. to...
    The victim was rushed to nearby Mount Sinai Morningside for treatment of his injuries. What else do we know about this? Sanitation spokesman Vincent Gragnani said that he was "relieved" to hear that the victim's injuries were not life-threatening. "We are relieved to hear that the injuries do not appear to be life-threatening,” he added. “This is an active investigation and we are standing by to assist our partners at NYPD in any way we can.”
    A New York City shooting in broad daylight left a 26-year-old man dead Tuesday morning. It happened near the intersection of 103rd Street and Third Avenue in the NYPD’s 23rd Precinct, at around 11:15 a.m., police said. Officers arrived to find the victim, identified as local resident Davantay Butts, with multiple gunshot wounds to his body, according to the NYPD. Paramedics rushed him to the Metropolitan Hospital Center, where he was pronounced dead on arrival. Officers arrived to find the victim, identified as local resident Davantay Butts, with multiple gunshot wounds to his body, according to the NYPD. (Citizen App) FALLEN NYPD OFFICER WILBERT MORA, WHO DONATED ORGANS TO SAVE 5 LIVES, HONORED AT ST. PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL The suspect is described as a Black male wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and green jacket, with tan pants and work boots. Shortly after the male victim arrived at the hospital, a 26-year-old woman walked in to Metropolitan on her own with a gunshot wound to her arm. It was not immediately clear whether her injuries were connected to the same shooting...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A shootout was caught on camera in broad daylight on a New York City street. It happened around 4:15 p.m. Thursday near East 164th Street and Grand Avenue in the Bronx. READ MORE: New York City To Deliver COVID Antiviral Pills To Eligible Residents Free Of Charge, Adams SaysSurveillance video shows two men running and opening fire on each other. READ MORE: Freezing Temperatures Complicate Blizzard Cleanup On Long Island; 3 Shoveling-Related Deaths ReportedStray bullets went through a nearby bedroom window and the windshield of a parked car. Police said there were no reports of injuries, but they are searching for the suspects. MORE NEWS: New Yorkers Race To Dig Out Their Homes And Cars Before Deep FreezeAnyone with information about the shooting is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477), or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782). You can also submit a tip via their website or via DM on Twitter, @NYPDTips. All calls are kept confidential.
    A series of unrelated carjackings in New York City's Midtown Manhattan took place within the span of one hour on Wednesday as the city faces a rise in car thefts less than two weeks into the new year, authorities said. The first carjacking happened on West 55th Street and Broadway at about 4:30 p.m. when a man threatened a driver with a Taser and stole a black Audi SUV, FOX5 New York reported, citing police. NYC SUSPECTS SMASH MAN WITH HAMMER, FIRE GUNSHOT DURING ARGUMENT AT BODEGA, POLICE SAY Part of the carjacking was caught on video and posted on the Instagram account WhatIsNewYork. The video shows the stolen car smash into a sedan head-on as someone who appears to be a police officer tries to stop the vehicle. The stolen SUV speeds away, leaving a trail of wreckage in its wake. A series of carjackings took place in Midtown Manhattan on Wednesday. January 22 (FOX5 WNYW) Police said the stolen SUV eventually crashed into a pole near Columbus Circle and the suspect fled on foot into the subway....
    DETECTIVES are hunting for a machete wielding gang after a teenager was rushed to hospital during a horror broad daylight attack.  A 16-year-old boy was assaulted by a group of people during the incident on Priory Queensway, in Birmingham, at around 3pm this afternoon.  4Officers are hunting for the knife wielding mobCredit: SnapperSK 4A teenager has been rushed to hospital after being stabbed in broad daylightCredit: SnapperSK Emergency services rushed the boy to hospital after suffering a knife wound, with one of the attackers believed to have been holding a large machete.  Cops believed that it was an “isolated” incident and there was no wider threat, with the boy not suffering from life-threatening injuries.  Officers remain at the scene of the incident as forensics scour the scene looking for evidence.  A West Midlands Police Spokesman said: "We’re investigating after a teenager was stabbed in Birmingham city centre this afternoon. "We were called to Priory Queensway just after 3.30pm to reports of violence involving a number of people. "It’s believed one was carrying a machete, and a 16-year-old boy was...
    One person was shot and killed in Jersey City in broad daylight Thursday. The victim suffered a gunshot wound to the head at 600 Communipaw Ave., around noon, according to sources and developing reports. The gunman apparently fled the scene on JFK in a dark blue Subaru, reports say.
    A car dealership owner slammed Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Fox News after his business was robbed in broad daylight Saturday. Gold Coast Exotic Motorcars Owner Joe Perillo said his business was robbed during the day Saturday while families were inside. “I was so amped up. I had so much anger in me and I started out by hating Mayor Lightfoot and hating Kim Foxx and hating the criminals,” Perillo said. “When I went on the news, I said enough is enough. Those two words resonated. The phone calls started ringing in my dealership. My friends, relatives, people that I didn’t know. People that could get a hold of my number and they were saying enough is enough. I never realized that it has gotten to such a boiling point and no one stepping out to say anything about it,” Perillo said. “They’re probably good people. They’re probably are trying to do good for the community. But they’re doing bad for the community,” Perillo said about Lightfoot and Foxx. Downtown Chicago has faced a 220% increase in shootings...
    Temple University student shot, killed during robbery near campus, police say www.youtube.com The tragic killing occurred only feet from the university's campus. In a statement, Temple's executive director for public safety Charlie Leone said, “This is a tragedy in every sense of the word," adding, "Our thoughts are with the victim’s family, friends and the entire Temple community during this tremendously difficult time.” "Gun violence continues to affect local communities, and especially young lives, across our city and our nation," Leone went on to say. "We fully understand concerns about individual safety, especially at a time when Philadelphia, like so many other U.S. cities, has experienced a sharp increase in violent crime over the past year." Collington's mother, Molly Collington, said her son was a political science major and history buff who hoped to help people by practicing law or getting into politics. She added that he was an Eagle Scout who loved fishing and enjoying the outdoors. “My son Sam Collington was and is our hero, and this senseless act crushes us," she added in a...
    A man was found naked and bleeding after being stabbed multiple times outside the lobby of an apartment building in New York City Friday.  The victim was discovered out in front of The Dorset Apartments on 99th Street and Third Avenue in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn around 2:50 p.m. Friday, according to police.  The NYPD responded to reports of a man bleeding.  The victim was found without clothes and suffering from multiple stab wounds in the chest and stomach.  The grim scene, captured by photographers, showed blood smeared all over the doors on the entrance to the building.  A man was found stark naked and bleeding after being stabbed multiple times in the lobby of an apartment building in New York City in broad daylight Friday  The grim scene, captured by photographers, showed blood smeared all over the doors on the entrance to the building The man was without clothes and suffering from multiple stab wounds in the chest and stomach He was discovered out in front of The Dorset Apartments on 99th Street and Third Avenue in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn...
    "One of those gangs has been targeting upmarket designer stores on the city's Magnificent Mile, whose businesses were hit by looting in summer 2020 during riots in the wake of George Floyd's murder," the Daily Mail report continued. Two of the gangs have reportedly targeted at least three Ulta stores in the city, and the third gang has reportedly been raiding drugs stores for cigarettes. According to a Tuesday report from WLS-TV, the thieves were able to get away with at least $10,000 in merchandise during the raid. A spokesperson for Ulta told the station, "At Ulta Beauty, the safety of our associates and guests is our highest priority. We are aware of the criminal activity at our Norridge store over the weekend and are cooperating with local police as they conduct the investigation. We are thankful that no one in the store was harmed during this incident and will continue to work with authorities and our security partners to ensure our stores are safe destinations for all." Authorities have not...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Made In America festival kicks off as planned on Saturday. But a massive cleanup effort is still underway on the Vine Street Expressway in Center City after historic flooding this week. Interstate 676 West between I-95 and Broad Street reopened early this morning. READ MORE: I-676 Between Broad Street, I-95 Reopens In Both Directions After Historic Flooding From Idas Remnants Crews were successful in getting the water pumped out of 676 between Broad Street and 76, but it will still be closed today in both directions until the cleanup is complete. There’s now a thick sludge, basically, a river basin left behind that they now have to clean. While the water may be gone, the city says it could still take days before this roadway is open. Not only do they have to clear the sludge, but they also have to make sure the roadway wasn’t damaged. The race is on to get the roadway opened because the Made in America festival starts later Saturday afternoon. The two-day event already shut down the Ben Franklin...
    An unidentified assailant opened fire in Philadelphia’s Germantown early Thursday evening, killing one person and injuring others, according to a local report.  The shooting broke out around 5:40 p.m., FOX 29 reported.  Police said a 28-year-old was shot in the head. He was transferred to Albert Einstein Hospital where he died. A 41-year-old man was shot in the shoulder and taken to a hospital where he was listed in stable condition, FOX 29 reported.  A 62-year-old is in critical but stable condition after being shot multiple times throughout his body. He was reportedly taken to the hospital in a private vehicle.  A 29-year-old man and a 28-year-old woman are listed in stable condition as a result of injuries sustained during the shooting.  No arrests have been made in the shooting.  PHILADELPHIA POLICE ARREST SUSPECT IN SHOOTING OF 4 PEOPLE NEAR CHEESESTEAK RESTAURANT Thursday's shooting comes amid a nearly 25% increase in both homicides and shootings generally in Philadelphia, according to data from the Philadelphia Police Department.  But despite the city's spiraling crime wave, Mayor Jim Keney has rejected the idea...
    Drivers in Falls Church, Virginia, are facing traffic headaches following an early morning water main break Monday. The break happened around 4:45 a.m. East Broad Street/Virginia Route 7 is closed from Fairfax to Cherry streets. MAJOR ROAD CLOSURE: E. Broad St (Rt 7/Leesburg Pike) closed from Fairfax to Cherry Sts for water main break. Avoid area, find alternate routes in #FallsChurch. #TrafficAlert @WTOPtraffic pic.twitter.com/Juny0uJzZQ — City of Falls Church (@FallsChurchGov) August 9, 2021 There’s no word on when it will be fixed, according to Susan Finarelli, spokeswoman for the City of Falls Church. Get the latest from the WTOP Traffic Center and 103.5FM.
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — More than a dozen people rallied outside the Baltimore City Public Schools headquarters calling for the immediate firing of Schools CEO Sonja Santelises. The group People Empowered By The Struggle is also calling for a fully elected school board. The residents included parents, grandparents and students expressing frustration with what they called a failed curriculum. READ MORE: Rocky Gap State Park To Welcome Sunflower Fans For Photos Saturday They are angry Santelises has gotten two raises despite the poor performance of elementary and middle school students. They claim that poor implementation of virtual learning during the COVID-19 pandemic didn’t help matters. HAPPENING NOW: People Empowered By The Struggle holding a rally outside #Baltimore City Hall calling for the immediate termination of BCPS CEO Santelises and a fully elected school board. @wjz pic.twitter.com/zaUMfp5V0i — Amy Kawata TV (@AmyKawata) August 3, 2021 “We need to be taken care of,” said Jordan Jones, a high school sophomore. “We need talking to. We need counseling.” READ MORE: Baltimore Police, Residents Connect For National Night Out In recent years, state law...
    A gunman in Brooklyn was seen on surveillance video opening fire in broad daylight, forcing passersby to flee the area, including a woman pushing a baby stroller.  Video footage shows a man wearing a black head covering and all black clothing opening fire on another man near the corner of Wyckoff and Hoyt streets around 9 a.m. Monday morning.  OFF-DUTY FDNY FIREFIGHTER BEATEN IN PARK; 2 TEEN SUSPECTS CHARGED WITH GANG ASSAULT A woman pushing a baby stroller is seen leaving the scene as bullets fly, and another man is also seen running from the area.  Police said a 53-year-old victim was shot in the foot and is being treated at a local hospital for his injuries.  The NYPD is asking the public for help identifying the suspect in the case.  CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP The incident comes after New York City saw an especially bloody summer last year with 205 shooting incidents in June alone when protests and riots spread across the country in response to the death of George Floyd. Shootings dipped down this...
    The 80-year-old former lawmaker was reportedly assaulted and robbed in broad daylight while taking a leisurely stroll near her home in Oakland's Jack London Square, KTVU-TV reported. Boxer said that she was pushed from behind by a young man who snatched her belongings before hopping in a getaway car.Earlier today former Senator Barbara Boxer was assaulted in the Jack London Square neighborhood of Oakland. The ass… https://t.co/r4DQ3tzQc5 — Barbara Boxer (@Barbara Boxer)1627337892.0"I was walking around this neighborhood that I love so much," Boxer told the local news outlet after the attack. She reportedly added that she had noticed a black sedan double-parked roughly 30 seconds before the assault. Then she saw a young man get out of the car. "I tried to cross the street and get away and he slammed me on the back and reached across me. He was behind me and grabbed my cellphone out of my hand," Boxer recalled. "I said how can you do this to a grandmother? I want to call my grandkids. Why are you doing this? He could care less and got...
    Surveillance video captured the moment a teen desperately tried to escape from a gunman who shot him in the leg on a street in Queens in broad daylight as violent crime in New York City continues to spiral out of control.  The incident took place on Sunday afternoon in front of a 99-cent store in Jamaica, Queens.  The suspect is filmed entering the store and then later catching up with the 16-year-old victim who tries to shield himself behind a brick column. The two appear to exchange words and at one point the victim shrugs his shoulders as if to ask: 'Why?' but he is chased relentlessly by the suspect who is holding a gun in his right hand. Eventually the teen victim tries to make a run for it but he is shot at close range in his right leg.  Scroll down for video:  Footage captures the moment a teen tries to escape a gunman who brazenly shoots him in the leg in broad daylight as violent crime in NYC continues to rise The suspect is captured...
    A shocking new video shows the moment a creep tried to snatch a 5-year-old boy off a Queens sidewalk as the child walked with his mother and siblings, cops say. The horrifying incident unfolded just before 8:45 p.m. Thursday near Myrtle and Hillside avenues in Richmond Hill, after an older model maroon sedan pulled up alongside the mother and her three kids, cops said. An unknown man jumped out of the driver’s seat, ran up to the little boy and grabbed him and shoved him into the back seat of the vehicle, the chilling footage shows. NEVADA WOMAN BREAKS INTO DENTIST'S OFFICE, PULLS 13 TEETH FROM PATIENT: POLICE The mother frantically ran over to the car and pulled the boy out through an open window before the vehicle sped off, the video shows. Cops said there was another unknown man in the passenger seat during the terrifying incident. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP Sources said the mother and her kids were heading to her husband’s job to bring him food when the near-abduction occurred. Police released photos...
    A Western Massachusetts man was found shot by police called to the area just minutes earlier. The unidentified man was found around 3 p.m., Wednesday, July 7, on Murray Hill Avenue in Springfield with non-life-threatening injuries, said Ryan Walsh, spokesman for the Springfield Police. The man was transported to an area hospital for treatment. No arrests have been made. The police department’s Detective Bureau is investigating. 
    More On: vietnam Ex-teacher pleads guilty to traveling overseas for sex acts with boys DraftKings stock falls after Hindenburg Research warns of ‘black market’ link Italian police arrest man who provided truck in 2019 UK smuggling deaths ‘Deeply disgusted’: NYC Vietnam memorial vandalized with swastikas, veteran insults HANOI, July 7 – Vietnam will impose tight movement restrictions in its commercial hub Ho Chi Minh city from the end of the week to tackle a coronavirus outbreak, its health ministry said on Wednesday, in some of its strictest curbs yet. The measures effective for 15 days from Friday include a stay-home order, a ban on more than two people gathering and a closure of public transport services, the ministry said. “Fighting the pandemic is fighting the enemy,” the city chairman Nguyen Thanh Phong said in a health ministry statement. “We have to accept to sacrifice short-term interests to prevent and fight the pandemic.” The measures were widely anticipated, with panic-buying seen around the city of 9 million people, the epicenter of the latest outbreak. State media reported unrest at a city jail where dozens of inmates were infected. The health ministry on Wednesday said...
    Footage captured three unidentified men stabbing a man in the back in New York City’s Midtown Plaza, according to the New York Police Department (NYPD). Surveillance footage showed three assaulters approach the victim Tuesday before assaulting him on the northeast corner of West 33rd Street and Broadway at around 12:18 p.m., according to Patch. One of the suspects’ stabbed the victim in the back with a sharp object. The unidentified victim was treated for a stab wound, pain, cuts and bruising at the Bellevue Hospital where he remains in stable condition, Patch reported. (RELATED: 82-Year-Old Man Assaulted, Has Cane Stolen In New York City Corner Store) Authorities are offering a $3,500 reward to anyone that reports the suspects’ identities or whereabouts, the NYPD tweeted Tuesday. The motive of the assault and whether the suspects’ knew the victim are currently unknown, Patch reported. WANTED for AN ASSAULT in the vicinity of West 33 Street and Broadway . #manhattan [email protected] on 6/29/21 @ 12:18 AM. Three males assaulted and stabbed a male victim .Reward up to $3500. Seen him ? Know who he...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — A carjacking spree from the West Loop to Humboldt Park on Tuesday left victims horrified and Chicago Police mystified – were the same gunmen behind them all? As CBS 2’s Jermont Terry reported Tuesday night, it seems we can’t get a break in crime. On Sunday, we had mass shootings back-to-back, and two nights later, we were back to armed carjackings in another part of the city. READ MORE: 1 Man Killed In Crash Involving 2 Trucks On I-294 Near 75th Street They were busy stealing vehicles from three victims in a matter of minutes Tuesday afternoon. Chicago Police stayed busy Tuesday in West Town as neighbors looked on in disbelief. The shock came after someone called 911 when gunmen took their car. The frightening scene played out where security cameras are visible, but that was not enough to deter the crooks from stealing the sport-utility vehicle at Huron Street and Washtenaw Avenue. At 4:12 p.m., a 35-year-old woman had been parked in the SUV there when the carjackers ordered out of at gunpoint and drove away...
    The Democratic frontrunner in the New York City mayoral race, Eric Adams, is to front $2,000 of his own money as part of a reward to catch the gunman who terrorized a Bronx neighborhood, along with two young children, on Friday afternoon. 'It tore me apart to watch those children scramble as gunshots were still going off,' Adams said at the scene of the shooting on Saturday.   'This is New York, not some third-world country. We can't be silent. Our silence is just as dangerous ... Our children must be safe.'  Eric Adams is offering a $2,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest of the gunman who opened fire near a pair of children on a Bronx sidewalk Shocking surveillance footage captured the moment two young children were trampled by a man as he tried to escape from a shooter who fired nearly a dozen bullets in the middle of a Bronx street and pointed his gun at the terrified kids  Shocking video that was released by the NYPD on Friday, saw a boy and girl,...
    Separate shootings in the Kansas City metropolitan area Tuesday afternoon claimed the lives of four people, including two 15-year-olds forcing an elementary school to lockdown and shocking families at a local park.  The first incident happened on the Kansas-side of the city when a 15-year-old was shot around noon in the 6600 block of Cleveland Avenue near Hazel Grove Elementary. The teenager was brought to an area hospital but died from his injuries. The suspect fled the scene in a vehicle before officers arrived and have not been apprehended, Kansas City, Kansas Police Department said in a statement.  Kansas City, Kansas police are probing the first homicide, while Kansas City, Missouri police are handling investigations into three others that all occurred in broad daylight, KMBC reported.  ALLEGED GANG MEMBER WHO MURDERED WISCONSIN GIRL WITH SCREWDRIVER CAUGHT IN MEXICO 12 YEARS LATER  Bullets began flying while a summer school program was in session and school officials placed the campus under lockdown as a precaution until the area was secured, KCTV reported. All students were inside the building at the time of...
    Police in New York City released surveillance footage Wednesday showing two suspects on a scooter viciously knocking over a cyclist in May.  The unidentified victim, a 63-year-old man, was riding his bicycle on Cabrini Boulevard in the Washington Heights neighborhood of Upper Manhattan on May 16 at around 3:45 p.m. when he was approached by two people on a scooter.  Video footage obtained by Fox News shows the pair striking the man with the scooter and kicking him, causing him to fall onto the ground near a parked van. The suspects did not stop.  CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP The man took himself to a hospital for treatment of abrasions to his hands and knees, police said. Authorities released the footage in an effort to identify the two riders. 
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Police say a man was shot in the face while delivering Amazon packages Monday in Brooklyn. Yellow crime tape marked the scene of yet another shooting in the city. This one around 11 a.m. near Dekalb and Wyckoff avenues in Bushwick. “It is like the pandemic has actually made people crazy it seems like,” Bushwick resident Tammy Murray told WCBS-TV’s Kevin Rincon. READ MORE: UPDATE: Arson Suspect Arrested in Connection with Destructive Antioch Fire Police said a man walked up to the Amazon truck and fired a single shot, piercing the passenger window. (CBS2) “It’s just like people just don’t care, they’re just doing it during the day. It just goes to show you how bad it is. It’s just wild,” said tourist Sabrina Santiago. Witnesses told Rincon there was some sort of fender bender, followed by an argument on the street. Police said the driver was sitting inside the truck when he was shot. The bullet grazed his face. Family of the 22-year-old victim showed up to drive the truck away. They told Rincon he was taken to...
    A street on Manhattan’s Upper West Side turned into a scene out of the wild west after two men opened fire on each other in broad daylight.  The New York Police City Police Department received a call Tuesday around 2:20 p.m. about a shooting in front of 210 West 103rd Street. Two unknown male individuals had confronted each other and fired "an unknown number of gunshots in the vicinity of one another," the NYPD said in a statement to Fox News.  (NYPD) Video camera footage of the shootout provided to Fox News shows either gunman firing indiscriminately then ducking behind parked cars before fleeing the scene.  Police said the first individual fled southbound on Broadway, while the second individual fled westbound on 103rd Street riding a go ped scooter.  Police did not provide further details. They are asking for the public’s help in ascertaining the whereabouts of the two suspects.   AS CRIME SURGES ACROSS THE US, LIBERAL CITIES ARE SEEING THE ‘CONSEQUENCES’ OF DEFUND THE POLICE: BRATTON The first suspect is a "dark-skinned male" between 18 and 22...
    Today’s feel-good story comes from the Deep Blue city of Atlanta, Georgia, where a city councilman who voted to defund the police had his car stolen in broad daylight. Last year, Councilman Antonio Brown voted to remove a cool $73 million from the Atlanta police budget. On Wednesday, while “attending a ribbon-cutting ceremony at an event in northeast Atlanta around noon … at least four kids jumped into his car and took off,” Fox News reported. BWHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!! This dumbass, who got exactly what he deserves, is currently running for mayor and described the car thieves as being between the ages of five and twelve. Five and twelve! The senior car thief was twelve. His partner-in-crime was a literal kindergartner! Brown said the thieves jumped in his vehicle Wednesday after he got out to speak with community leader Ben Norman. He noted his white Mercedes-Benz coupe has keyless push-to-start ignition and he failed to realize it had been started, reports said. … “One kid was in the driver’s seat. Ben attempted to open the door to get him out of the...
    An Atlanta city councilman who voted to withhold funds from the police reportedly had his car stolen Wednesday in broad daylight. The incident unfolded around 11:45 a.m., when Councilman Antonio Brown told officers he stepped out of his car to speak with someone, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported. Then, “several males entered his unlocked car and drove away with it,” police reportedly said. Brown told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution the thieves appeared to be kids and one “acted as though he had a gun.” “You don’t immediately think, ‘Oh, these kids are going to steal my car,'” Brown reportedly said. Brown told the outlet he grabbed onto the back of the car and was dragged down the street before he let go. Brown said the kids likely stole his car because of poverty, according to WSB-TV 2. “This is a generational poverty issue. These kids, it’s 12:30 in the afternoon. Why aren’t they in school? Why aren’t we enforcing systems to ensure that if they are not in school, they are in recreational centers.” Brown told the Daily Caller the kids were...
    An Atlanta city councilman – who is aiming to be the city's next mayor – had his car stolen by children in broad daylight Wednesday, according to reports.  Councilman Antonio Brown was attending a ribbon-cutting ceremony at an event in northeast Atlanta around noon when at least four kids jumped into his car and took off, FOX 5 of Atlanta reported.  "You don’t immediately think, ‘Oh, these kids are going to steal my car,’" Brown said, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.  WOMEN ACCUSE ATLANTA ACTING COACH OF HOLDING AUDITIONS FOR NON-EXISTENT STRIPPER ROLES ON POPULAR TV DRAMA Antonio Brown is seen Feb. 18, 2021, in Atlanta. (Photo by Prince Williams/WireImage) The incident occurred amid a recent crime wave in the city. Brown, who joined the city's mayoral race less than three weeks ago, is running on a campaign of "reimagining public safety," the paper reported.  Last year, he voted in support of an ordinance to withhold $73 million from the budget of the Atlanta Police Department. The ordinance was narrowly voted down.  Brown said the thieves jumped in his...
    When Eli Broad imagined the future of Los Angeles, he saw a thriving metropolis whose cultural and artistic resources matched the tastes, appetites and ambitions of its residents. As one of its wealthiest residents, he was able to shape and finance his personal dream of what Los Angeles should be. Grand Avenue, on the crest of the city’s former Bunker Hill, was perhaps his signature achievement. He helped pay for the Museum of Contemporary Art. He similarly financed the Walt Disney Concert Hall, and he built the Broad museum. Speaking at its opening in 2015, he declared Grand Avenue “the cultural center” of the city that “has become the contemporary-art capital of the world.” But even as he was crafting and executing his vision, the city was changing around him. Over the decades, a vast economic divide has opened up, polarizing communities and laying bare inequities in housing, income and opportunity. Broad’s death on Friday at age 87 leaves a conspicuous void in philanthropy and leadership. But many believe the civic leaders of Los Angeles’ future need to be different...
    The story of Eli Broad and Los Angeles has something of the dynamic of the unstoppable force meeting the immovable object. As a young man, Eli came to L.A., full of conviction and ambition and certitude, and arrived in a place that was famously — then and now — resistant to leadership. Broad would have been a leader wherever he landed. He was strong and visionary. He founded not one but two gigantically successful companies, both predicated on giving baby boomers what they needed as they grew older: their first homes and then insurance and retirement services. But he was drawn by opportunity, and he was at the head of a home building company that prospered with sprawl. Where else but L.A.? If Los Angeles suited his business ambitions, however, it challenged his emergent sense of leadership and power. He wanted to be big, and Los Angeles, unlike San Francisco, treats its leaders warily. In today’s California, a former San Francisco mayor, Gavin Newsom, presides as governor, a position no Los Angeles mayor has ever held. Just last week, former...
    When Eli Broad flew into Los Angeles International Airport in 1963 with his wife, Edye, the 30-year-old self-made millionaire was not impressed. “The ground below us called to mind the old saying,” he would later write, “‘Los Angeles is 100 suburbs in search of a city.’” When he died Friday, he was an 87-year-old billionaire who had a greater impact on his adopted home than perhaps anyone else in this city’s modern history. Broad left an indelible imprint on the city he once scoffed at, aiding in its transformation into a global city. He never held elected office but was one of Los Angeles’ most influential figures for crucial decades of growth, setbacks and rebirths. He took a prominent place in one of the city’s most desperate hours, in the mid-1990s, when an economic recession, the Rodney King beating and subsequent uprising and the Northridge earthquake left L.A. battered. It was also a moment when corporations that once called Los Angeles home were rapidly exiting, and by many measures he was the last of the succession of civic...
    Great Under Desk Footrests for the Office Jayson Tatum Scores Career-High 60 Points as Celtics Rally From 32-Point Deficit Billionaire developer and philanthropist Eli Broad has died. He was 87. © Provided by People Getty Eli Broad The entrepreneur died at Los Angeles' Cedars-Sinai Medical Center on Friday "after a long illness," Suzi Emmerling, a spokeswoman for the Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation, confirmed to the Associated Press. "As a businessman Eli saw around corners, as a philanthropist he saw the problems in the world and tried to fix them, as a citizen he saw the possibility in our shared community, and as a husband, father and friend he saw the potential in each of us," Gerun Riley, president of The Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation, told The New York Times Friday. Broad had retired from the Foundation in 2017, passing the reins to Riley. © Getty Eli Broad Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti also shared a touching tribute on Twitter. © Provided by People Getty Eli and Edyth Broad RELATED: Celebrities Who've Died in 2021 "Eli Broad, simply put, was L.A.'s...
    A man was rushed to the hospital in serious condition in a Jersey City shooting Wednesday afternoon. The incident occurred around 1:50 p.m., at 40 Stevens Ave., sources told Daily Voice. The victim suffered a gunshot wound in the side of his body, sources said. Meanwhile, authorities were apparently seeking a 2009 Nissan Rogue reported stolen in connection with the incident, sources confirmed.
    A video posted by the New York Post shows a black man wearing a head covering striking a New York City Police Department detective across the face with a rod. The man runs away as the detective recoils and is eventually taken into custody by pursuing officers. In broad daylight on Monday, a man, later identified as 25-year-old Akeele Morgan, approaches an NYPD detective from behind. As the detective is focused on his report writing, Morgan is seen in the video below to strike the detective in the face with a long white plastic rod, the Post reported. Welcome to NYC! Even as our Detectives investigate crimes they’re attacked by emboldened criminals, who have quickly realized there are no consequences for law breakers in our city. The DEA is calling for this violence to be fully prosecuted as we look to file civil charges. pic.twitter.com/3FuiBEEcE1 — Detectives’ Endowment Association (@NYCPDDEA) April 26, 2021 The incident occurred in Flushing, New York, around noon on Monday as the NYPD detective gathered information about a robbery. The detective is seen writing notes when the man sneaks...
    A PASSENGER, 20, was shot dead in broad daylight in New York City, while another man was killed after asking a stranger in a park if he was OK. The violence comes as shootings in the city have skyrocketed 257% from the same time last year, and a prominent police union is blaming Mayor Bill de Blasio. 5Police respond to the scene of a fatal shooting near Manhattan's Park Avenue on MondayCredit: Peter Gerber 5The police union has slammed Mayor de Blasio for the violence The Sergeant's Benevolent Association (SBA) took to Twitter to slam the mayor for the spate of violence that has unfolded on his watch. "Mayor De Blasio has allocated 30 million dollars to bring tourism to NYC. Welcome to the city of violence," the tweet says. "Shootings and homicides plague NYC and the numbers aren't final." In the week leading up to Monday, 50 people were shot across the city. Over the weekend alone, 31 people were wounded in 28 shootings and six people died. 5A street it blocked off after reports that a 20-year-old...
    A series of attacks on random strangers is putting New Yorkers on edge.  Although assaults were commonplace in the 1980s, a crackdown on the crooks who perpetrated such crimes saw levels drop making neighborhoods that were previously known as no-go areas, safe to walk around, even at night. But now, areas of the city which were generally thought to be safe, such as Midtown Manhattan, Chelsea and the leafy Upper West Side, have been locations where people have been punched in the head for no reason at all.  Some are describing the assaults as proof of the return of the so-called 'knockout game.'  Police in January released surveillance video of a man sucker punching a Catholic deacon inside a Bronx subway station in January. The first of many random attacks of 2021 In March, a 68-year-old man was left bloodied in a racially motivated attack on the subway  Two men were beaten up in the Bronx recently while one woman was knocked to the ground outside an Upper West Side subway station. 'My friend was screaming, ran to...
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