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May 14, 2014 9:54:28 AM PDT
Find out what's happening around New York and the Tri-State area!

Today on Eyewitness News:
We showed you the photos of a bounce house blowing away with children inside. Tonight: a look at what safety precautions need to be taken to prevent this kind of thing from happening.

And: new details about what may have been said inside the elevator when Beyonce's sister is caught on camera allegedly attacking and kicking Jay-z.

Those stories and more tonight on Eyewitness News at Five.

From NYC.gov:
NYC Alternate Side Parking rules are in effect today, May 14.

NYPD has issued a Silver Alert for the disappearance of Miguel Canatini, male, Hispanic, 62 years of age, from City Island Avenue and Belden Street on City Island in The Bronx. Mr. Canatini suffers from schizophrenia and depression, and is described as light skinned, with black hair, and a salt and pepper goatee. Mr. Canatini's left leg has been amputated below the knee and he uses a wheelchair. He was last seen on 5/13/14 at 1:45 PM inside Tony's Restaurant located at 1 City Island Avenue in The Bronx. He was wearing a navy blue sweater and long pants.

From the Community Calendar:
1st Annual New Jersey GolfFest
Location: Crystal Springs Resort, 3 Wild Turkey Way
Time:May 15-18, 8am-4pm
Description: This 4-day extravaganza will be spread across 7 spectacular courses, highlighted by the all access Expo, contests plus innovative events. Come celebrate the game with instructor David Leadbetter, rides on a space-age Hovercraft, the exciting new crossover sport - FootGolf, demos of equipment, free fittings and clinics, a 7-Star Membership competition, and fun-filled family golf.

Vision Zero Public Workshops
Location: Hostos Community College, 500 Grand Concourse, Bronx
Time: May 15, 6:30pm-8:30pm
Description: Come to this workshop to learn more about Vision Zero and tell us about conditions in the neighborhoods you live in, work and visit. Give suggestions or concerns, participate in mapping activities to pinpoint issues, and join in discussion groups moderated by DOT and NYPD staff. Your input will aid in identifying street safety projects.

More Resources from 7online.com:
Consumer News from 7 On Your Side
Health News from Dr. Supna Parikh and Dr. Jay Adlersberg

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