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  • Man charged with murdering 11-year-old girl also accused of raping her October 19, 2017
    A New Jersey man who was charged earlier this year in the stabbing death of an 11-year-old girl now also is accused of raping her, according to a grand jury indictment. Authorities in Monmouth County said Andreas Erazo, 18, of Keansburg, faces three counts of aggravated sexual assault on Abbiegail Smith – in addition to...
  • Legendary NYC news anchor Michele Marsh dies after long cancer battle October 19, 2017
    Pioneering TV newswoman Michele Marsh, who anchored newscasts for both WNBC and WCBS, died following a long bout with cancer, the stations said Wednesday. She was 63. Marsh joined Channel 2 in 1979, anchoring newscasts with the likes of Jim Jensen, Rolland Smith, Ernie Anastos and John Johnson. “My heart sank today to hear we...
  • School admins scolded for accepting glitzy gifts from teachers October 19, 2017
    Here’s one way to boost that annual review. Teachers at an Ozone Park elementary school showered administrators with annual holiday gifts — including pricey nail-salon vouchers, restaurant gift cards and even a Michael Kors handbag, according to a city agency. The New York City Conflicts of Interest Board issued stern letters to a principal and...
  • NYC’s most iconic buildings go orange in bid to woo Amazon October 19, 2017
    Mayor de Blasio doesn’t think the brightest lights of the Big Apple are enough to woo Amazon — so he turned them all orange. Officials lit up some of the city’s most iconic landmarks — including the Empire State Building and One World Trade Center — in Amazon’s signature color Wednesday night in a bid...
  • Charter school advocates rally for expansion October 18, 2017
    Hundreds of charter school parents, kids, and backers rallied in Brooklyn’s Cadman Plaza Wednesday to call for a large scale expansion of the sector. Representing operators including Achievement First, KIPP Academy and Success Academy, among others, the crowd lauded the sector’s high achievers and decried lengthy waiting lists. “Every child in Brooklyn — and across...
  • Menedez’s former chief of staff refutes prosecutor’s allegations October 18, 2017
    Sen. Robert Menendez smirked and leaned back in his chair at the defense table in Newark federal court Wednesday as a former aide battled with prosecutors over allegations that he went out of his way to help a wealthy pal. Menendez’s former chief of staff Karissa Willhite vehemently denied telling a Medicare official in 2009...
  • Bo Dietl claims his ‘male enhancement’ pills are for diabetes October 18, 2017
    Independent New York City mayoral candidate Bo Dietl gobbled down some over-the-counter “male enhancement” pills in front of a young female reporter — then later claimed he took them to treat diabetes. During an interview with New York magazine, Dietl reportedly “grabbed a bottle of what looked like vitamins” off his office desk and “took...
  • Write-in DA candidate blasts Cy Vance over Weinstein scandal October 18, 2017
    A write-in candidate who wants to supplant embattled Manhattan DA Cyrus Vance Jr. in next month’s election blasted ​the prosecutor Wednesday, saying he gave the rich and powerful “Get out of jail free” cards. Former Brooklyn sex-crimes prosecutor Marc Fliedner attacked Vance’s record at a press conference outside the DA’s office and was flanked by...
  • GM made donation to Cuomo campaign before driverless car deal October 18, 2017
    Just months before Gov. Cuomo announced a partnership with General Motors to test driverless cars in Manhattan, the auto giant contributed $17,500 to his re-election campaign, records show. The July 10 donation from the Washington, D.C.-based General Motors Company PAC also came two months after the governor and state lawmakers approved a 1-year provision in...
  • Jurors won’t hear victim’s criminal history in ‘road rage’ shooting trial October 18, 2017
    A judge ruled Wednesday that jurors in the upcoming trial of a Brooklyn cop accused of fatally shooting an unarmed dad during a road rage incident won’t hear about the victim’s criminal history​ ​–​ even ​as the officer’s attorney disparaged the dead man. “I hate to speak ill of the dead,” said Wayne Isaacs’ lawyer...