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Trump’s pick for Army Secretary punched worker in the face at high-end racehorse auction: police

4 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

President-elect Donald Trump’s nominee for Secretary of the Army, Vincent Viola reportedly punched a concessions worker in the face at a high-end racehorse auction in Saratoga Springs, NY last August. The New York Times said that Viola — a hedge fund billionaire and owner of the Florida...

Police: Vincent Viola Punched A Guy In The Face At A Horse Auction

5 hours agoSports : Deadspin

Vincent Viola, owner of the Florida Panthers and Donald Trump’s pick for secretary of the Army, was accused of punching a concessions worker in the face at a New York racehorse auction on Aug. 8, 2016, according to the New York Times. Read more...

Occupational Health News Roundup

The New York Times interviews current, former workers at restaurants run by Trump's labor secretary nominee; Kentucky lawmakers move to weaken unions; Maryland county votes to raise the minimum wage to $15; and Houston's new police chief calls for better mental health services for police officers.

NYPD: Serial Robber Is Targeting Manhattan NY Sports Club Locker Rooms

The police are looking for a robbery suspect who has been stealing credit cards, headphones, clothing, even a laptop and more from locked and unlocked lockers at New York Sports Clubs in Midtown Manhattan, Soho, Gramercy Park, Union Square, and Chelsea. [ more › ]

The Part 154 Police

I've written in the past about Part 154, the newly revised regulation that effectively cuts direct English instruction and reduces ESL teachers to support staff for teachers of other subjects. In New York State, learning the English language is subordinate to mastering things on which you can be tested. Show More Summary

AP Interview: Lynch says US must hold police accountable

As a younger lawyer, Loretta Lynch prosecuted New York police officers who sodomized a Haitian immigrant in a precinct bathroom. As attorney general, she's broadened her focus to go after … Click to Continue »

Widow of paralyzed Det. McDonald thanks NYPD for years of support

6 days agoNews : NY Daily News

Patti Ann McDonald delivered a heartfelt thank you to New York City and its police force for decades of concern and support.

NYPD captain's comments about rape spark furor

last weekNews : USAToday: News

A New York City police captain's unsavory comments about rape - in which he downplayed rapes in which the victim knows a suspect - sparked a...        

Steven McDonald, A Symbol Of Forgiveness And An NYPD Icon, Dies At 59

last weekNews : The Two-Way

McDonald was just 29 when he was rendered quadriplegic by a teenage gunman. Months later, McDonald penned a letter of forgiveness that turned him into an ambassador for New York's police force.

Steven McDonald, Paralyzed Officer Who Championed Forgiveness, Dies at 59

last weekNews : NYTimes: News

The New York City police officer publicly forgave the 15-year-old boy who shot him in Central Park in 1986 and stayed in the public eye for his spirit in the face of adversity.

Teens play bumper cars with stolen vehicles in parking lot

last weekNews / Crime : NYPost: Crime

Police are looking for three teens who broke into several vehicles sitting inside a New York Botanical Gardens parking facility and used them as bumper cars — causing more than $60,000 in damage, authorities said. The vandals entered the Bronx parking garage on Webster Avenue and entered the unlocked cars around 5 p.m. Dec. 24....

Suspected Bank Robber Leaves Half His Haul Around City

Authorities have captured a man who allegedly robbed a New York bank of almost $110,000—though he also allegedly left about $53,000 scattered around the city before he was caught. Police say Joseph Peeples III asked for a manager at a Chase Bank in Rochester Thursdsay morning and...

Hero NYPD cop McDonald dead at 59

last weekNews : USAToday: News

The New York City police officer who was paralyzed after being left for dead by a teen gunman 31 years ago died Tuesday at the age of 59.        

Paralyzed New York detective who became voice for peace dies

New York Police Department Detective Steven McDonald, who was paralyzed by a teenage gunman's bullet in 1986 but publicly forgave the shooter and became an international voice for peace, died … Click to Continue »

Police stopped New York City traffic for a cat and her kitten in 1925

This was the No. 1 news story of 1925. (Photo: Harry Warnecke/NY Daily News Archive via Getty Images) Nearly a century before two subway lines were held up for hours to spare a couple of kittens, a police officer stalled traffic on Centre Street in downtown Manhattan to let a mother cat and her kitten cross the street. Show More Summary

New York Sheriff Takes Issue With New Gun Control

6News: BALLSTON SPA, NY (WRGB)–“I don’t have the capability, manpower to enforce it. I’m not going to enforce it.” Sheriff Michael Zurlo stuck to his guns about a new mandate taking affect statewide. State Police want anyone with a pistol permit issued more than four years ago to re-certify, a SAFE Act requirement that could […]

Cops accused of taking selfie in front of burning house - CNET

Commentary: In New York, video of two police officers smiling into a phone disturbs some.

Guy Gets A+ for Effort to Conceal His DWI Arrest

The owner of a weekly Western New York newspaper says a man bought hundreds of copies in an unsuccessful effort to keep people from reading about his drunken-driving arrest. State police arrested Joseph Talbot on Dec. 29 in Wayne County and charged him with driving while intoxicated, reports the AP...

Wayne County, NY man tries to corner market on local newspaper when it prints his DUI mugshot

last weekHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Joseph Talbot, a bank executive, was arrested by New York State Police on Dec 29 for DUI, and, as its custom, the Times of Wayne County published his name and mugshot -- something it's done for every local arrest for 28 years. (more...

NYPD captain suggests unsolved rape cases are 'not a trend that we're too worried about' because most weren't committed by strangers

A New York City Police Department captain drew backlash Friday for saying a spike in reported rapes was "not a trend that we're too worried about" because many of the perpetrators were acquainted with the victims, and not strangers. The...Show More Summary

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