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KTLA NewsNEW HAVEN, Conn. -- The Rev. Kevin J. Gray was a popular priest who appeared to live humbly, forgoing a car and walking to Mass from another parish where he lived so that a Catholic charity could use his space at the rectory. Parishioners thought he...
wpix.comWhat is already a dangerous heat wave has now turned deadly with at least one fatality in Queens blamed on the record high temperatures. As New York City area's relentless heatwave moves from bake to broil the gushing of water spraying from open hydrants...
Tags: Weather, Queens (New York City), WPIX, New York, Weather Reports
wpix.comOne day after a New York Public Library employee told PIX 11 News of a growing bed bug problem in the library's Mid-Manhattan branch on 40th Street, a library official "unequivocally" denied the report and said there is no cause for alarm. "We have found...
wpix.comNew York City police are on the hunt for a suspect wanted in connection with a sexual assault on a 21-year-old woman. Authorities say the incident occurred July 31 at the Steinway Street subway station in Astoria. The suspect allegedly approached the...
Tags: Crimes, WPIX, Crime, Law and Justice, Steinway, New York City
wpix.comFor years, many have long been skeptical of the urban legend that claims alligators dwell in the New York City sewer system. Over the weekend, however, the myth gained some cred after a pint-size gator was spotted roaming the streets of Queens. The...
wpix.comYou wouldn't recognize Jack and Bessie Lopipero, but chances are you would recognize their Astoria home. It was featured on the hit show "Seinfeld." The house was the back drop for George Costanza's parents, Frank and Estelle Costanza -- played by...
Tags: WPIX, Los Angeles
Special to The Los Angeles TimesNew York On Park Avenue, begonias are blooming in hues matching the blur of passing taxicabs. At Bryant Park, the white tents of Fashion Week have been tucked away, and grass now shines on the lawn. And throughout the city, hotels and restaurants are...
Tribune staff reporterAs if the Obama administration didn't have enough trouble, First Lady Michelle Obama was criticized over the ticket sign-up system for the White House's Easter Egg Roll. In these scrambled times, let's examine some incredible but true egg facts: 1....
It's the late '60s, and despite the British Invasion, Tony Bennett is on the radio. A mother and daughter dance around an apartment to his tunes. Thirty years later, that daughter would take her children to an outdoor Bennett concert and twirl them...
WatchdogI must admit, this job has been educational. Take "noodling." I had no idea what it was until I was asked to review "Okie Noodling II," which will be out on DVD July 12 and be shown on MavTV later......
Tags: Entertainment, Oklahoma, Television
The Swampby John McCormick NEW YORK - Sen. Barack Obama has already raised more than $450 million for his presidential bid, but he starts and ends today with massive fundraisers in Gotham. A breakfast event at the Metropolitan Club ran $30,800......
The SwampNEW YORK -- Barack Obama and John McCain appeared together last night at the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner. The entertaining pool report here comes from the New York Times' Jeff Zeleny: Sen. Barack Obama was preceded - actually,......
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