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GRIDLOCK SAM: When getaway traffic and sports events’ congestion collide

Sunday, August 25 - Saturday, Aug. 31 ALTERNATE SIDE PARKING RULES ARE IN EFFECT ALL WEEK On the eve of Labor Day weekend, record traffic volumes collide with getaway traffic and multiple sports events. Traffic congestion will peak on Thursday and Friday afternoons so if you can get away after... go to Article >

GRIDLOCK SAM: When getaway traffic and sports events’ congestion collide

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Sunday, August 25 - Saturday, Aug. 31 ALTERNATE SIDE PARKING RULES ARE IN EFFECT ALL WEEK On the eve of Labor Day weekend, record traffic volumes collide with getaway traffic and multiple sports events. Traffic congestion will peak on Thursday... read more

Firefighter unions endorse Elizabeth Crowley for Queens borough president

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The Queens borough president’s race is heating up with endorsements from two firefighters’ unions. The Uniformed Firefighters Association (UFA) and the Uniformed Fire Officers Association (UFOA) are supporting former Councilwoman Elizabeth... read more

Steven Matz gives up first-inning homer in first Grapefruit League start

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Steven Matz may still have to battle for a spot in the Mets rotation. The left-handed pitcher made his first spring training start Sunday by giving up a solo home run in the first inning. The 28-year-old’s second pitch of the game was smacked out... read more

Third passenger of Diamond Princess cruise ship quarantined for coronavirus has died, Japan health officials say

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A third person who was aboard a cruise ship that was quarantined in Japan amid the coronavirus outbreak has died, according to health officials. Japan’s health ministry said Sunday that an 80-year-old man became the latest Diamond Princess... read more

U.S. aircraft from World War II found in Pacific Ocean

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A trio of U.S. planes which were shot down in the Pacific Ocean during World War II has been found after going missing for 76 years. The planes, two SBD-5 Dauntless dive bombers and one TBM/F-1 Avenger torpedo bomber, were lost during Operation... read more

University of Utah overhauling security following students’ murders

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The University of Utah is overhauling its campus security programs in the wake of two students being murdered in Salt Lake City. The decision was prompted by the deaths of Lauren McCluskey and Mackenzie Lueck. McCluskey, 21, was shot and killed... read more

TSA’s use of TikTok social media app raises concerns about Chinese spies

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A social media app owned by a China-based company should not be used by a government agency that oversees security at U.S. airports, Sen. Chuck Schumer griped on Sunday. The Transportation Security Administration has over the last year taken to... read more

Luke Voit realizes how much his injury last season held him back

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PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. — Luke Voit did not even know just how bad he felt. The Yankee first baseman tried to push through a sports hernia for most of last season, but struggled. He was left off the roster for the American League Championship Series... read more

Extraordinary rainbow snake discovered at Florida national forest, making history

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Now that’s a colorful creature. A hiker in Florida recently came across a highly uncommon rainbow snake in the Ocala National Forest, according to the FWC Fish and Wildlife Research Institute. The momentous discovery of the multi-colored serpent... read more

21-year veteran firefighter dies from 9/11 related illness, brother died at Ground Zero

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Daniel Foley spent 11 days searching for his brother’s body in the aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. His brother, Thomas Foley, 32, also a firefighter, had died battling the blaze. Almost 19 years later, Foley, a retired 21-year FDNY... read more

Miguel Andujar is just happy to be able to play again (even if it was in a spring training game)

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PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. — Miguel Andujar has not played in a game since May 12, 2019. The Yankees one-time starting third baseman who had surgery to repair his labrum and missed all but 12 games last year, did not care it was an hour-and-a-half road... read more