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NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — It’s a deal too good to be true: living rent-free in New York City.
But as CBS 2’s Lou Young reported, that’s what is happening at a two-family house in the Morris Park section of the Bronx — another lingering symptom of the real estate mortgage crisis. 394 more words
Last Friday the talk show host ESPN’s First Take, Stephen A Smith, made comments about the domestic violence case of Ravens running back, Ray Rice… 133 more words
WFAN Jets beat reporter Chris Lopresti joined Bull & Fox to preview the upcoming season for the New York Jets, the quarterback competition between Geno Smith and Michael Vick, the level of optimism surrounding the team, the fans’ reaction to Vick since his signing, the acquisition of Eric Decker and his value to this team, the running back depth with Chris Johnson, Chris Ivory and Bilal Powell and where the Jets will finish in the AFC East. 108 more words
By Kate Bilo
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A little taste of fall in the air today as cool air invaded from the north and west! It was a sunny and beautiful morning but the clouds rolled in by afternoon – part of a phenomenon I like to call “self-destructive sunshine.” This simply means that the warm morning sun heated up the ground, and those pockets of warmed air began to rise. 121 more words
MAPLEWOOD, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — It’s a colorful collage that includes shapes and names, but it’s a sticky situation.
As CBS 2’s Emily Smith reported, a so-called work of art on a wall underneath a Maplewood railroad overpass is made up entirely of different kinds of chewing gum — globs of it, from one end to the other. 231 more words