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Outbreaks in New York state continue to drive up the number of U.S. measles cases, which are approaching levels not seen in 25 years. Read more here.

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Godiva’s first permanent cafe is opening in Manhattan, with a menu that includes a croissant-waffle hybrid known as the "Croiffle," in addition to their other delectable Belgian treats. Read more here.

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Natalie Chinn

Have you stumbled across any colorful chalked quotes around the city lately? Look closely and you might be offended. Read more here.

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NBC 4 New York

The day that many commuters are dreading is fast approaching. Read more here.

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News 4

A raging fire tore through a sushi restaurant and attached medical building in Brooklyn early Wednesday, spewing smoke over the neighborhood as firefighters battled intense flames for hours. Read more here.

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The three passengers of a small plane made a lucky escape late Sunday after they ran out of fuel, clipped power lines and came down nose first in the yard of a Long Island home. Read more here.

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Christina Geremia

Two people were injured when a Piper plane crashed on the baseball fields at H.C. Wilcox Technical High School in Meriden Thursday. Read more here.

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Allan Warren

For those who want to watch '"Game of Thrones" like Westeros royalty, the Refinery Hotel in Midtown has a suite for that. Read more here.

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NBC 4 New York

A theater in Manhattan is preparing to celebrate a milestone. Read more here.

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A man who was flying a drone that ran out of gas and hit a police officer’s head during a huge funeral for a well-known rabbi in Brooklyn has been arrested, the NYPD said. Read more here.

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The Shed, a new cultural arts center in Manhattan, will open to the public on Friday, right next to the new Vessel landmark at Hudson Yards. Read more here.

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Foodies brace yourself – the Smorgasburg Food Market will return to the Financial District this month. Read more here.

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Richard Drew/AP

On a Sunday morning, a crane lowered a rusty remnant of the Holocaust onto tracks outside Manhattan's Museum of Jewish Heritage — a vintage German train car like those used to transport men, women and children to Auschwitz and other Nazi death camps. Read more here.

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Sci-fi fans rejoice! Just before its 40th anniversary, the popular 1979 classic, "Alien," has been adapted for the stage by the students at North Bergen County High School. Read more here.

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The long-delayed American Dream Mall will be opening in New Jersey this summer, according to the developer. Read more here.