Japan’s Princess Mako and husband Kei Komuro move to NYC

Japan’s Princess Mako and husband Kei Komuro move to NYC

Japan’s Princess Mako and her new husband are preparing to move into a rented one-bedroom apartment in New York City after she was forced to give up her royal title to marry her regular college boyfriend. The 30-year-old, the eldest daughter of Crown Prince Fumihito and niece of Emperor Naruhito, quietly ended up with Kei … Read more

Eric Adams-Curtis Sliwa mayoral debate becomes personal

The last mayoral debate between Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams and his biggest rival, conservative activist Curtis Sliwa, went straight into the gutter on Tuesday night after a series of controversial exchanges became sharply personal between the two men. The horror erupted about a block of the way through the hour-long forum – which was … Read more

Unlicensed motorcyclists die with high rates in NYC

Deaths for motorcyclists on the streets of New York are rising so far this year – and the majority of the fatalities are unlicensed and driving around in unregistered vehicles, city officials said Tuesday. After doubling from 25 to 51 between 2019 and 2020, the death toll of motorcyclists has been high through the first … Read more

NYC gunman who shot strap hanger robbed bank earlier in the day

The suspect who shot a Manhattan strap hanger in an attempt to snatch his phone Monday night had just robbed a bank of gunshots 10 minutes earlier, authorities said. The gunman approached a 42-year-old man on a northbound N-train just before noon. The victim pulled out his phone – but did not do so quickly … Read more

Smoke shop workers are fighting the potential robber in NYC

A trio of workers in a smoke shop in the Bronx held out and fought back against an oncoming robber over the weekend, surveillance video shows. The male suspect was immediately met with resistance when he demanded cash from a clerk at the Convenience Smoke Shop on Webster Avenue in Claremont around 11:40 p.m. Saturday, … Read more

NYC workers protest the wax mandate by marching across the Brooklyn Bridge

City workers took to the streets Monday to protest Mayor Bill de Blasio’s vaccine mandate for the entire municipal workforce. Days after the mayor announced that all state employees except prison staff must receive a vaccine injection before Friday or be put on unpaid leave, about 5,000 outraged protesters marched across the Brooklyn Bridge to … Read more

The NYC area will be hit by Nor’easter tonight and tomorrow

The three-state area could see up to four inches of rain Monday night through Tuesday, New York officials warned. The early season or Easter prompted Big Apple’s emergency services agency to issue a travel guide for Monday night to Tuesday afternoon, when the National Weather Service announced a flood watch for the five boroughs, which … Read more

DC Metro Train Disabled Near Gallery Place Station – NBC4 Washington

A subway train collapsed near Gallery Place station Friday afternoon, causing further delays for commuters less than two weeks after another train derailed on the blue line. The service was suspended for a time between Mt. Vernon Square and Gallery Place stations as firefighters got about 100 passengers safely off the train and Metro watched … Read more