SPolicing have been hunting for Sang Ho Kim, a suspect in an East Garden City office shooting that left one dead, since Wednesday. Today, it appears the manhunt has come to an end. At 9:30 a.m., a body believed to be Kim's washed up on the banks of the Hudson River in Rockland County.
Of all the ways to get away from your bride, faking your own death by supposedly drowning off the coast of Long Island is certainly amongst the most epic -- and it's exactly what a Massapequa man did over the weekend, according to his wife, anyway.As we reported yesterday, Raymond Roth's son reporte ... More >>
Remember how worried you were about that guy who apparently got sucked out to sea at Jones Beach over the weekend? And the tens of thousands of dollars in taxpayer money rescuers spent trying to find him? Well, get ready to be pissed off because it appears the whole thing was bullshit -- he was foun ... More >>
In Governor Andrew Cuomo's latest attempt to protect you from yourself, he's directed the New York State Police to participate in operation "Buckle Up New York," a two week crackdown on motorists who don't wear seatbelts."The evidence is clear - seatbelts save lives," Cuomo says. "New York State ha ... More >>
It's been just over 12 hours since Governor Andrew Cuomo -- who's always driven around by state troopers -- directed New York State Police to start targeting "distracted drivers" as part of "Operation Hangup," and according to the gov's office, the cell-phone patrol already has nabbed more than 150 ... More >>
Put down the cell phone and get ready for a lullaby -- Governor Andrew Cuomo's nanny-state is targeting "distracted drivers" this week.The governor's office announced yesterday that New York State Police this week will be conducting "Operation Hang Up" -- a ticketing campaign that will target people ... More >>
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