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FBI Veteran To Lead U.S. Border Patrol

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SAN DIEGO (AP) – An FBI veteran was named Monday to head the U.S. Border Patrol, a departure from the historical practice of picking someone who has risen through the ranks. 337 more words

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Man's Electronic Wheelchair Stolen After Passing Out At Midtown Chase Bank

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A man’s special electronic wheelchair was stolen after he passed out at a Chase Bank in Midtown last Friday.

CBS2’s Mark Morgan reported Wednesday that William Brown, who suffers from Becker’s muscular dystrophy, fainted and lost consciousness at the bank. 260 more words

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Roslyn Estates Trustee Hoping To Retire Gets Re-Elected Via Write-In Ballot Instead

ROSLYN ESTATES, N.Y. (CBSNewYork)– A trustee in the village of Roslyn Estates thought he was in the homestretch, hoping to retire to spend more time with his family. 303 more words

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String Of Brooklyn Burglaries Has Residents On Edge In Williamsburg, Greenpoint

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork)– A crime spree in Brooklyn has residents on edge, and police are now searching for two bold suspects.

Residents in East Williamsburg and Greenpoint are stunned at what happened in their Brooklyn neighborhoods. 215 more words

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Woman Cries Foul When City Says Home Bird Rehab Center Won't Fly In Bronxville

BRONXVILLE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — A woman’s mission to help injured wildlife has been interrupted by city regulations.

Loraine Izzo of Bronxville has been treating birds of prey for years in her Westchester County home. 280 more words

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Community Steps In For Morristown Movie Ticket-Taker Who Became Homeless

MORRISTOWN, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — Before the previews and popcorn at the AMC movie theater in Morristown, New Jersey, moviegoers see ticket-taker Eric Glover.

As CBS2’s Mark Morgan reported, Glover is well-liked and known for his kindness – but he has fallen on hard times. 365 more words

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Expert: Keep Those New Year's Resolutions Attainable

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — We all have New Year’s resolutions we would love to keep, but sometimes we set the bar too high.

“And you just never hit those goals or you never are living up to them week by week, and so then you just fall on your butt, and it’s not worth it,” Darcy Budworth, of Brooklyn Heights, told CBS2’s Mark Morgan. 271 more words

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