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Police on Long Island resumed on Tuesday their search for clues in the hunt for a possible serial killer, zeroing in on hot spots identified by aerial photographs taken by the FBI. Since December, authorities have found 10 sets of human remains near...
Jacket CopyWhat was he up to? That's the question at the center of any consideration of Gordon Matta-Clark, an architecture student-turned-installation artist who died of cancer in 1978, when he was just 35. Matta-Clark doesn't have the name recognition of...
wpix.comA statue on the grounds of Queens Borough Hall is stirring up controversy instead of inspiring civic virtue. Rep. Anthony Weiner (D - Queens and Brooklyn) and Councilmember Julissa Ferreras, Chair of the Women's Issues Committee, held a press...
Staff reporterThe FBI is now playing a bigger role in the search for more bodies and for clues that will hopefully bring a serial killer to justice. "The more resources you have the easier it is to solve this." said New York State Police Captain Louis Weber. From...
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Theodore Kheel, a New York labor mediator who helped resolve more than 30,000 disputes, including an East Coast longshoremen's strike in 1962 and the city's 114-day newspaper union walkout the next year, has died. He was 96. Kheel died Friday in New York...
Staff reporterM@dAbout, a syndicated television show focused on educating teens and tweens on various life lessons, will begin airing in the New York market on Saturday, September 18th at 12 noon on PIX11 (WPIX/Channel 11.) M@dAbout is the brainchild of Minneapolis-...
wpix.comA 6-foot common dolphin that washed up on the shore of Gilgo Beach Thursday afternoon has died, PIX 11 News has learned. The mammal which was discovered by beach goers, was rushed to the Riverhead Foundation where marine biologists attempted to nurse...
Tags: WPIX, Long Island
The apt title of this juicy oral history, based on more than 160 interviews, simultaneously expresses a principle that guided producer-provocateur Joe Papp and the theatrical ruckus that ensued. "Free for All" is how Papp presented Shakespeare in Central...
A New York State trooper shot and killed a person on the Robert Moses Parkway on Sunday. The incident occurred around 3:15 p.m on the southbound side of the parkway. Police say the trooper and a driver got into an argument which quickly escalated into...
Times Staff WriterPARIS had its Baron Haussmann, who in the 19th century redesigned the French capital. New York had its Robert Moses, who before and after World War II redesigned that city's highways, parks and bridges. And Los Angeles? L.A. had the Traffic Commission....
'Forever Blue: The True Story of Walter O'Malley, Baseball's Most Controversial Owner, and the Dodgers of Brooklyn and Los Angeles' by Michael D'AntonioTo Brooklynites of a certain age, Dodgers owner Walter O'Malley was a money-grubbing weasel who ripped the soul from their community when he announced he was moving the team to L.A. in 1957. Many Angelenos, however, view O'Malley as a pioneering saint for...
Tags: Basketball, Baseball, Family, Pete Hamill, World Series
In his Dec. 6 radio address, President-elect Barack Obama vowed to "create millions of jobs by making the single largest new investment in our national infrastructure since the creation of the federal highway system in the 1950s." The story of President...
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