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The clock is running out on the 2014 Daily News Golden Gloves as three more weight classes got their chance to punch a ticket to Barclays Center on Thursday night when the semifinals came to Manhattan’s New York Athletic Club for the second time this year.
The Taxi & Limousine Commission is weighing the concept of providing financial incentives for obeying the rules of the road.
The New Jersey woman who is charged with causing the death of a young mom by performing an illegal butt lift injection has additional victims, prosecutors said Thursday.
Chris Young’s Mets career has hardly begun, and the center fielder is already on the disabled list. The morning after leaving a game with tightness in his right quadriceps muscle an injury that caused him to miss Opening Day on Monday Young landed on the 15-day DL on Thursday.
Tradition, tradition! The April 1 opening of New York’s trout season will be welcomed with its usual fanfare this weekend in “Trout Town USA,” otherwise known as Roscoe, N.Y.
Florida State University is under investigation by the U.S. Department of Education for possible Title IX violations in its response to sexual violence complaints. The investigation by the Office for Civil Rights stems from a complaint filed with it by the accuser in quarterback Jameis Winston’s sexual assault case.
Gov. Cuomo wants to reform the scandal-tainted Port Authority of New and New Jersey, aide says.
The shootings at Fort Hood shed light on the very real mental health issues, including posttraumatic stress disorder, returning veterans too often face.
They’re at it again. Another spat has erupted between Mayor de Blasio and Gov. Cuomo - this time over the mayor’s effort to win state approval for more speed enforcement cameras.
Who knew that former quarterback Boomer Esiason was such a genius about family life? On his WFAN radio show, Esiason famously mocked Daniel Murphy’s two-game paternity leave from the Mets — and rightly so, I say!
The first reports out of Fort Hood about the shooter, Ivan Lopez, were about how this was not a terrorist act. But of course it was. A gun in the hand of a disturbed man, one he uses on innocent people before he uses it on himself, is always an act of terrorism in the end.
Firms spend big bucks petitioning their causes to state and local governments in 2013, state ethics commission revealed in annual report.
More than 700 people raced up the first-ever stair climb at 4 World Trade Center on Thursday night to benefit the Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation. Vertical marathoners ages 14 to 71 from all five boroughs and 15 states raised $170,000 and counting for the 72-story climb, with 100% of donations benefiting cancer research.
All spring, Masahiro Tanaka said he wouldn’t get excited for his first start until it was time for him to take the mound. That time has finally come. The Yankees’ $155 million man will make his major-league debut Friday night against the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre, trying to lift the Bombers’ spirits following their disappointing opening series in Houston.
A bidder is promising to take the money-losing Long Island College Hospital and turn it into a full-service location.
For sports radio Gasbags, unintended consequences are a good thing. Having your opinions, no matter how cockeyed, reverberate outside the Valley of the Stupid through a more cavernous media landscape is wonderful for business.
Past the mining museum on Main Street, the Piggly Wiggly supermarket five blocks down and the Pioneer Ford dealership where Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan once bought a white Mercury Tracer with blue interior, a court bears his name.
Christ the King wanted badly to play in one of the top postseason high school basketball tournaments in the country since it would have been a shot for the Royals to prove they are among the nation’s best teams. Instead, CK will have to settle for being the undisputed champion of New York State.
Oak Hill is one of eight boys teams in the city this week for the Dick’s Sporting Goods High School National Tournament, which played its quarterfinals at Christ the King HS in Middle Village, Queens on Thursday and will be back at the school for the semifinals on Friday before a champion is crowned at Madison Square Garden on Saturday.
It won’t be long until Ryan McDonagh is back in the lineup, coach Alain Vigneault said Thursday morning at the Avalanche’s Pepsi Center, but it may be a while until people stop talking about the Alex Burrows hit that injured New York’s top defenseman Tuesday night in Vancouver.