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2019年2月13日 星期三

Detective killed in apparent 'friendly fire' shooting, NYPD says

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NYPD: Detective shot, killed by 'friendly fire'

Police officers fired multiple shots, with at least one striking Simonsen in the chest. He was taken to Jamaica Hospital Medical Center where he was declared dead, Police Commissioner James O'Neill said.

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Icy Tuesday may bring messy Wednesday commute

A slushy mix of snow on Long Island Tuesday led to hazardous road conditions, school closures, flight cancellations by the hundreds, and a likely messy Wednesday morning commute.

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LI hedge fund founder sentenced to 30 months

A hedge fund founder from Lawrence who federal prosecutors said was part of a scheme to bribe the leader of New York City's correction officers union to invest $20 million in his firm was sentenced to 30 months in prison, officials said.

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Heartland developer sues Suffolk for $15 million

The developer of the proposed Heartland Town Square in Brentwood has filed a $15 million lawsuit, seeking to force Suffolk County to connect the massive 9,000-unit project to the Southwest Sewer District.

Watch: Quiet Battles

Research continues to show that eating disorders are the deadliest of all mental illnesses. For a reported 100,000 individuals on Long Island suffering from an eating disorder, finding help is difficult and costly.

Lawmakers want ban on Styrofoam-like containers

Suffolk restaurants could only give out straws on request and would be banned from using Styrofoam-like plastic foam containers, plates and cups under bills being introduced Wednesday in the County Legislature.

Lennon: Mets' stalling tactics could backfire with deGrom

Last summer, when he was deGrom's agent, Brodie Van Wagenen wanted his client re-signed or traded. Now that he's the Mets' GM, he's finding out that getting a deal done is very complicated.

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Editorial: Trump should take deal on wall

The deal on border security reached by negotiators in Congress isn't perfect. It isn't real immigration reform. And it's tentative; some details still must be ironed out before the deadline to avoid another harmful government shutdown.

Uniondale law firm's staff joins Garden City firm

Moritt Hock & Hamroff in Garden City said last week that the majority of the lawyers and support staff from Karol & Sosnik in Uniondale have joined the Garden City firm.

New exhibit sheds light on LI slavery's legacy

"Long Road to Freedom: Surviving Slavery on Long Island" runs Feb. 15 through May 27 at the LI Museum in Stony Brook.

Joint purchase could expand Peconic River access

Riverhead officials appear to agree on partnering with Suffolk County to acquire about half an acre of land downtown to create a "green belt" of properties to allow public waterfront access to the Peconic River.

GOP town clerk to run for supervisor on Dem line

Oyster Bay Town Clerk James Altadonna Jr. announced he is challenging fellow Republican Joseph Saladino for town supervisor in November, but he will be running on the Democratic line to do so.

USCG evacuates crew members from barge off LI

Two crew members on a barge in Fire Island Inlet were evacuated Monday evening and brought to a hospital after they were injured when a pump system was believed to have malfunctioned, according to U.S. Coast Guard officials.

Amy Schumer announces new Netflix special

Netflix said the special's topics include Schumer's "take on marriage, pregnancy and personal growth," among other topics.

Sweet Valentine's Day gifts for your little loves

Love is in the air and you may be looking to buy your little one something special for Valentine's Day.

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