How the small ski town became a COVID-19 hot spot
As the ski season came to a close, a summit of skiers and other visitors came to Sun Valley, Idaho. Over 100 were infected.
'Mr. Belvedere' cast will reunite online for a good cause
The cast members from the hit 1980s sitcom "Mr. Belvedere" plan to reunite via Zoom to lift spirits, chat with fans and raise contributions for the Actors Fund.
'It's easy, it's quick, and it's free,' Mayor says of COVID-19 testing
There will be more than 180 testing sites available to city residents by the beginning of June. Mayor de Blasio added that 1,700 contact tracers have been hired and will be trained by June 1st.
Nassau Coliseum to launch drive-in movie weekends this summer
The Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum announced it will launch a drive-in movie weekend this summer.
Four Minneapolis officers fired after death of black man
Four Minneapolis police officers who were involved in the arrest of a black man who died in police custody were fired Tuesday after a bystander's video showed the man pleading that he could not breathe as a white officer knelt on his neck.
Magnolia Bakery installing disease-destroying UV lights
Magnolia Bakery is about to be the first restaurant in the country to install a potentially disease-destroying far-ultraviolet light to keep staff and customers safe.
AccuWeather: Repeat performance
We'll once again start off cloudy on Wednesday, but the sun will return by the afternoon.
Long Island region entering phase one of reopening Wednesday
As Long Island prepares for a phase one reopening Wednesday, Nassau County Executive Laura Curran said Tuesday she is "very happy to be starting that process."
What reopens on Long Island this week?
What does a phase one reopening mean for residents in the Long Island region and what are the guidelines?
Mid-Hudson Region enters Phase 1 of reopening
Some of the first areas in New York to shut down due to the coronavirus finally got a chance to get back to business Tuesday, as the Mid-Hudson region started reopening.
Judge who suggested woman 'close her legs' has been removed from bench
A judge who suggested that a woman seeking a restraining order could "close your legs" to prevent a sexual assault was removed from the bench Tuesday by the New Jersey Supreme Court and permanently barred from presiding over a courtroom.
Protest for George Floyd turns violent in Minneapolis
Video shows some protesters sitting on the ground while officers deployed smoke bombs or tear gas and flash grenades.
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