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Listen Up: A Closer Look at the Top Stories for Wednesday, May 23

Wednesday, May 23, 2018 

Well, you're almost half way through the work week! Even though there is a small chance for a morning rain shower, most of the day will see sunny skies with highs in the 80s. As always, get the latest forecast at

1. Judge Evicts 30-Year-Old Son Out of His NY Parents' Home

A couple in New York went to court for help evicting their son from their house. 

A 30-year-old man refused to move out of his parents house. They asked him to go numerous times and when he continued to ignore their pleas, so they took him to court. 

A Supreme Court judge ruled in favor of the parents and ordered the son to move out, but he plans to appeal the decision. 

Read more here.

2. Some Subway Lines Getting More Trains to Cut Into Wait Times

Some subway commuters are getting good news. 

Beginning in the fall, the MTA plans to run 16 extra trains during the week on the A, E, D and F subway lines. The additional service is in response to ridership demands at specific times of the day. Bus service in Queens will also see an increase on the weekends. 

Read more here.

3. Ships Parade Into New York Harbor to Mark Beginning of Fleet Week

Hello Sailor! Fleet Week is officially here. 

The signature Parade of Ships will kick off the festivities and there will be plenty of activities, festivals and performances taking place. 

Ship tours will be conducted daily. 

Read more here.

New Rooftop Opens Up in Jersey City

If you are in need of outdoor plans after work, this new New Jersey place is the spot. 

The brand new rooftop at Exchange Place in Jersey City offers creative cocktails and snacks, not to mention views of the ever-so-fancy Manhattan skyline. 

The Path, ferry, or light rail make getting there easy if happy hour is calling your name. 

Learn more here

For the latest entertainment news and things to do, tune in to New York Live, Monday through Friday at 11:30 a.m. on NBC 4 New York. 

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