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Build it and they will shop. An East Harlem community board voted unanimously Tuesday to approve a zoning variance that will allot more retail space and less parking to what could become Harlem’s tallest buildings.
For two years, he owned the college football spotlight, commanded the media’s attention and drew TMZ headlines for his off-the-field exploits. But not this week in Indianapolis. This week, Johnny Manziel gets upstaged.
Jimmy Cassidy normally arrived with Kareem Smith more than an hour before a scheduled basketball game, just to make sure they reached the gym before the players.
The Cardinal Hayes boys basketball players poke fun at head coach Joe Lods for his frequent use of the phrase “Don’t panic.” That was the message he was sending his players Tuesday night when the Cardinals were down six points to Iona Prep with 3:20 left, staring their second loss in nine days in the face after not losing a game all season until last Monday.
Two of the elusive street artist’s New York pieces failed to garner the minimum bid when they hit the auction block Tuesday night in Miami.
St. John’s has suffered a critical injury at a critical time. Chris Obekpa is expected to miss 10-to-14 days after injuring his right ankle in a practice at Madison Square Garden on Monday as the team readied for Tuesday night’s Big East game against visiting Butler.
Kyle Wayne Quadlin, 25, told Chandler police that he shot Charles Belinte Chee, 36, after their argument at the service counter Sunday turned into a fight he didn't think he could win.
Major League Baseball quietly dropped the lawsuit it used to persuade Biogenesis founder Anthony Bosch to share the damning evidence that led to Alex Rodriguez’s season-long doping suspension.
Jacoby Ellsbury had slipped on only his pinstriped jersey during his introductory press conference in mid-December, so when he put on the entire uniform during a recent photo shoot, the reality set in that the long-time Boston outfielder was now playing on the other side of baseball’s most famous rivalry.
Spc. Terry Harrison, a Wisconsin National Guard member, has been suspended from funeral honor guard duties after she cracked jokes on the Internet about burials.
The attempted sale to a fellow Charter High School student who reported it to police Tuesday afternoon led to a near two-hour lockdown as Chamblee police officers swarmed the DeKalb County school.
Indiana postponed Tuesday night’s game against No. 15 Iowa after an 8-foot piece of metal fell from the ceiling and into the seats at Assembly Hall.
The unidentified, unclothed man unsuccessfully tried to force his way on board in Irvington, N.J., in broad daylight Monday, reported WABC-TV.
A breakup turned bloody in Houston when a spurned ex-boyfriend held his former flame hostage before shooting her, her daughter and a family friend, according to a report. All three victims were miraculously alive following the shooting early Sunday morning, KHOU-TV reported.
The doctors were out of ideas to help 5-year-old Charlotte Figi. Suffering from a rare genetic disorder, she had as many as 300 grand mal seizures a week, used a wheelchair, went into repeated cardiac arrest and could barely speak.
A former soldier sentenced to life for raping and killing a teenage Iraqi girl and using a shotgun to gun down her family died in an Arizona prison over the weekend in what officials suspect was a suicide.
Hollywood is coming to Staten Island. The old Arthur Kill prison will be turned into a $20 million movie backlot with five state-of-the-art sound stages to lure top filmmakers, officials announced Tuesday. Broadway Stages plans to create a 69-acre mecca for making movies, TV shows and music videos. “We are looking forward to expanding on Staten Island and transforming Arthur Kill into a world class production facility,” said Broadway stages president Gina Argento.
William Pena's family went to the Manhattan Criminal Court hearing for Domonic Whilby and the victim's cousin, Felix, tried to tell the defense lawyer about his dead relative.
The unidentified man entered the Newton County store just before 5 p.m. and reportedly poured rubbing alcohol on himself before launching into a frightening attack, according to WSBTV.
George Zimmerman is a victim who now lives his life as “Christlike” as he can, the notorious former neighborhood watchman said in his latest interview.