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  • Four Fordham Students Robbed Outside Off-Campus Apartment

    Four Fordham Students Robbed Outside Off-Campus Apartment
    Fordham University students residing at a certain off-campus apartment building appear to be the targets of robberies. This week, three students alone - living at 2505 Lorillard Place - were victims. One person was reportedly attacked Monday in the...
  • Los Angeles Times Names Sean Gallagher Managing Editor, Online

    LOS ANGELES, Calif. – September 28, 2009 – Following the well-received launch of its redesigned site, the Los Angeles Times today announced Sean Gallagher as Managing Editor, Online. In his new role Gallagher will be responsible for the...
  • Going west for AmericaFest

    Going west for AmericaFest
    The Fourth of July is a time for celebrating the birth of America and what the country stands for. Of course, some people celebrate more enthusiastically than others. This is true of the dozen or so teenagers, ranging from 16 to 20, who have put on...
  • Man Survives 40-Story Plunge From High-Rise Building

    Man Survives 40-Story Plunge From High-Rise Building
    A man who plunged 40 stories from the rooftop of a West Side high-rise miraculously survived after crashing through the windshield of a parked car. The incident occurred Tuesday around 10:45 p.m. at a building located at West 63rd Street when Thomas...
  • Arrest Made In Murder Of Former High School Star Athlete

    Arrest Made In Murder Of Former High School Star Athlete
    New Jersey authorities arrested a person in connection with the murder of a former high school star athlete. Nicole Ayers, 22, was found dead of multiple stab wounds on a soccer field located in Southampton Township on Monday. Public work employees found...
  • Watertown Native Dies In Iraq

    Watertown Native Dies In Iraq
    Gebrah Noonan, an Army private who died Thursday in Iraq, loved good literature and Michael Jackson and had a sense of humor sharp enough to get him voted class clown at Watertown High School. Noonan, 26, died Thursday in a non-combat incident in...
  • Massive Sinkhole Causes Traffic Headaches In The Bronx

    Massive Sinkhole Causes Traffic Headaches In The Bronx
    A massive sinkhole has closed down traffic near Fordham University. Officials tell PIX News the sinkhole -- located at Webster Ave. and E. 198th St. -- is roughly estimated to be about 10 feet by 15 feet and approximately 10 feet deep. Con Edison is...
  • Teen suspect's fitness for trial debated

    Mental health experts took turns Tuesday debating what might be wrong with the 14-year-old boy who sat nearby in handcuffs, accused of killing a classmate by stabbing him more than 40 times. Depending which expert was testifying on Tuesday, Michael...
  • Experts: Teen not fit for murder trial

    Two experts hired by a defense lawyer for 14-year-old Michael Hernandez have concluded that the boy is not competent to stand trial for allegedly killing a middle school classmate. Donna Weiss, a licensed clinical psychologist from Fort Lauderdale, and...
  • Busy as a bishop: Thomas Wenski deals with earthly issues and heavenly matters in Central Florida

    As he begins his fourth year with the Catholic Diocese of Orlando, one thing is certain about Bishop Thomas Wenski: He is a man on many missions. And he is eager to let the world know about them all. Whether greeting protesting migrant workers during...
  • 'Wicked' secrets: Getting to the bottom of the Broadway blockbuster

    "Something has changed within me, something is not the same," sings the 'Wicked' girl with the pointy witch's hat, the magic powers and the pained, persistently green face. "I'm through with playing by the rules of someone's else's game." Even on an...