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Legal Battle Emerges Over Transgender Sports Participation Order in New York

Nassau County Executive Bruce Blakeman has initiated legal action against New York State Attorney General Letitia James following her objection to his executive order prohibiting transgender women from competing in female sports on Long Island. Blakeman filed a lawsuit in federal court on Wednesday challenging James’ cease-and-desist letter issued on March 1, which threatened legal … Read more

New York Governor Deploys National Guard to Combat Subway Crime

In response to a recent uptick in violent crimes within the New York City subway system, Governor Kathy Hochul unveiled a plan on Wednesday to deploy 750 National Guard members along with 250 state troopers and police officers from the Metropolitan Transportation Authority. The heightened security measures aim to address safety concerns and protect commuters … Read more

Disturbing Discovery: Neglected Animals Found in Filthy Queens Home

Authorities in Queens made a shocking discovery when they searched a home on Beach 44th Street in the Rockaways. Cory Elder, 43, was apprehended after the NYPD found 11 starving dogs and two cats locked in appalling conditions within the residence. Heartbreaking images released by law enforcement depict the grim reality inside the home, where … Read more

DJ Stacey, Manhattan’s Beloved Dies at 57

In the early hours of Saturday morning, Anastasia Ledwith, known as DJ Stacey to many, met a tragic fate on the streets of New York City. Riding her gas-powered Roughhouse Sport scooter near her Upper West Side home, she attempted to navigate around an oil delivery truck when the unexpected occurred. As Ledwith tried to … Read more

NYPD Hunts for Suspects in Coney Island Station Stabbing

The New York Police Department (NYPD) is on the lookout for eight individuals involved in the stabbing of a teenage boy at Coney Island’s transit hub earlier this week. Surveillance images of the group sought in connection with the Wednesday afternoon incident at the Coney Island–Stillwell Avenue D/F/N/Q station have been released by the NYPD. … Read more

NYPD Targets Migrant Pickpocketing Surge in New York City

The NYPD is ramping up its efforts to combat the growing issue of migrant pickpocketing crews in New York City. Law enforcement sources reveal that nearly 100 asylum seekers are currently under surveillance as part of intensified monitoring. The urgency stems from a recent incident where a trio of individuals from Colombia—Oscar Tarazona, Sebastian Baez, … Read more

The Bridge Project: Expectant Mothers Can Now Empower Themselves With Guaranteed Monthly Payments

To provide crucial financial support to expectant mothers, The Bridge Project, a guaranteed income program based in New York State, is offering monthly payments of $750. Launched in June 2021, the program initially provided 100 participants with $500 debit cards every two weeks for three years, evolving into a permanent lifeline for low-income pregnant individuals. … Read more

NYC Woman Intentionally Strikes Police Officer in Shocking Incident, Faces Multiple Charges

A shocking incident unfolded in New York City when 24-year-old Sahara Dula was captured on camera intentionally hitting a police officer while driving the wrong way at an intersection. The disturbing footage, shared on X (formerly Twitter), reveals the officer attempting to direct Dula into the correct lane before she accelerates, striking him and causing … Read more

Storm Forces Evacuation of NYC Migrant Camp, Ignites Controversy Amid National Debate

New York City’s makeshift migrant encampment, established on Floyd Bennett Field’s Runway 19, faced a critical test this week as storm forecasts prompted an emergency evacuation. The complex, housing nearly 2,000 migrants, including families with children, was swiftly relocated to a nearby high school, eliciting both concerns and criticisms. The storm evacuation brought attention to … Read more

Backlash Emerges Over NYC’s Decision to Relocate Migrants to Schools Amid Storm Threat

New York City’s swift decision to move nearly 2,000 migrants from a tent shelter to a high school in anticipation of an approaching storm has ignited criticism. The tent shelter, situated on a remote, flood-prone airfield in Brooklyn, drew concerns over its location and vulnerability to the elements. Despite efforts to provide temporary housing for … Read more