New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Saturday that New York’s Major League Baseball teams, the Yankees and Mets, will hold spring training in the city. The move comes as MLB has shuttered all 30 of its Florida and Arizona spring training camps for deep cleaning after several teams reported cases of coronavirus among staff and [
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) " Overwhelmed Kentucky and New York officials faced a deluge of mail-in votes likely to delay results for days after high-profile primaries Tuesday, contests testing if establishment Democratic congressional candidates can withstand challengers fueled by voter fury over racism.There was particular concern about how voting might play out in Louisville, Kentucky. The state's largest city and hometown of a serious challenger for the Democratic nomination for the [
At least a half dozen other state lawmakers in N.Y. have tested positive for the coronavirus since the outbreak.
David Afanador to be arraigned at criminal court in QueensVideo shows Afanador with his arm round man’s neckA New York City police officer who was suspended after allegedly putting a man in what authorities said was a banned chokehold now faces criminal charges.
Cohen, his wife, Laura, and another couple spent about an hour chatting before they became the last patrons to leave around 11:30 p.m.
You can get anything at the airport now -- even a COVID-19 test.
A New York police officer was suspended on Sunday after a video posted online appeared to show him putting a Black man in a chokehold during an arrest.
Four people who were in contact with the student have since tested positive for the coronavirus since the drive-in ceremony was held on June 20.
New York’s new law eliminating bail for most offenses got overhauled in April after a backlash. The changes take effect July 2. [ more › ]
This is nothing new for the Mets, who have employed plenty of position players since 1973 who probably could have been best utilized at DH.
Former New York City Police Department (NYPD) officer David Afanador has been arrested and charged with strangulation and attempted strangulation, after violating the city's brand new ban on police choking suspects. That law—the Eric Garner Anti-Chokehold Act, named after the man killed by police in 2014 for selling black-market cigarettes—was passed by state lawmakers on June 8. It "establishes the crime of aggravated strangulation for police officers or peace officers where such officer...