Bad news for several bar owners in Hoboken: they've just been hit with license suspensions for all the bad behavior at last year's raucous Santacon celebration, and for a series of other bar fights. The harsh penalties comes just as the I-Team has been investigating a history of lax penalties. Chris Glorioso got exclusive access to Hoboken police as the city gets tougher on problem pubs.
It's been nearly 25 years since the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, and for victims' family members the pain is still apparent. Jonathan Dienst reports.
After years of avoiding tough penalties, several Hoboken bars are being ordered to close temporarily – or permanently - as punishment for playing host to a series of dangerous, drunken bar fights. Read More
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Disgraced former Paterson, New Jersey, Mayor Joey Torres' application for an early prison release has been rejected, state officials. Read More
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A former aide to former Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano has been indicted on charges of obstruction of justice and lying to the FBI weeks before his one-time boss heads to trial for corruption, authorities said. Read More
In his more than 25 years as firefighter in Stamford, Connecticut, Capt. Jacques Roy thought he could handle anything – until the smoke cleared from a devastating fire that killed three children and their grandparents. Read More