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Wednesday, Dec 12, 2012

Actors’ Equity Celebrates 100 Years

Actors’ Equity Celebrates 100 Years

Broadway fans on your holiday gift list will appreciate a new book by Robert Simonson chronicling the century-long history of Actors’ Equity Association

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Violent Night in New York City; At Least 8 Shot, Police Say

Violent Night in New York City; At Least 8 Shot, Police Say

Gunfire erupted across a muggy New York City Sunday night in a series of shootings that spanned from upper Manhattan down to Staten Island, police say.

Tri-State Region Faces Soggy Memorial Day, Storm Team 4 Says

Tri-State Region Faces Soggy Memorial Day, Storm Team 4 Says

The hot, sunny weather enjoyed by throngs of beach-goers during the weekend comes to a close after midnight when rain clouds move into the area from the southwest.

Massive Lines at JFK Airport After Computer Glitch

Massive Lines at JFK Airport After Computer Glitch

A computer outage at JFK Airport's Terminal 7 caused massive check-in delays and long lines.

Woman Tries to Lure Girl, 3, Away from Mom in Brooklyn

Woman Tries to Lure Girl, 3, Away from Mom in Brooklyn

Authorities are searching for a woman accused of trying to lure a 3-year-old girl away from her mother on a Brooklyn street Saturday morning.

Flooding in Texas, Kansas as Wild Weather Hits Carolinas

Flooding in Texas, Kansas as Wild Weather Hits Carolinas

Five people were killed and at least three others were reported missing after heavy rain hammered the Plains states, triggering flooding over the holiday weekend, NBC News reported. Four bodies were discovered

Railroad Bridge Struck by Boat Causes Amtrak Delays

Railroad Bridge Struck by Boat Causes Amtrak Delays

Amtrak briefly suspended service on its Empire line after a railroad bridge struck by a boat at the northern tip of Manhattan.