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Recent articles by Marcus:

Yonkers restaurant to get $5K reward from Grubhub for part in Bronx hostage rescue

A restaurant in Yonkers is about to get rewarded big time from the delivery food service Grubhub, after a big time decision that helped save the life of a young woman held hostage in the Bronx. → Read More

Video shows kids playing with fire as CT mom denies child's burns were result of bullying

A fundraising page has raised nearly $600,000 for the burn victim, and the mother of the boys accused of being bullies says they are considering a lawsuit if GoFundMe pays out the funds. → Read More

Derby winner Rich Strike faces another stiff test in Belmont Stakes

There's plenty of excitement as tens of thousands of fans will flock to Long Island for the 154th running of the Belmont Stakes. → Read More

New York suspends gas tax for rest of year starting Wednesday

Gas prices in the Tri-State area are still well above the national average, but New York drivers will get a little relief starting this morning. → Read More

New York to suspend gas tax for rest of year starting Wednesday

Gas prices in the Tri-State area are still well above the national average, but New York drivers will get a little relief starting Wednesday. → Read More

MTA launches crackdown on fake, obstructed license plates at NYC bridges and tunnels

MTA and law enforcement agencies announced Friday that they are cracking down on motorists who use fake, obscured, or covered license plates to avoid paying tolls. → Read More

1 man dead, 1 man injured after gunman fires shots into Brownsville barbershop

Police are searching for a man who walked up to Champion Cutz on Chester Street in Brownsville and began shooting into the barbershop. → Read More

911 dispatcher reunited with baby he helped deliver, save in Orange County

Gerard Lewis had answered an emergency call during the early morning hours of Saturday, April 9, from the child's parents who were driving on the highway. → Read More

Westchester County cracks down on wrong way drivers with installation of new parkway signs

A task force aimed at cutting down on wrong way drivers on parkways in Westchester County, announced its findings as well as some of its accomplishments on Tuesday. → Read More

Yonkers credits community policing, Safe Streets Task Force for crime reduction

Despite a detective being shot this week, officials say shootings in Yonkers are uncommon. In fact, there's been just three so far this year in the state's fourth largest city. → Read More

Brooklyn subway shooting heightens fears about transit safety

Tuesday morning's shooting on the N Train in Sunset Park comes at a time when the MTA is still trying repair its image and reassure riders it's safe to return to the subways. → Read More

Families of fallen officers, gun violence victims protest bail reform in NYC

An anti-crime rally was held in the Bronx, but it was not representing angry civilians worried about the rising tide of gun violence in New York City. → Read More

Community leaders condemn racist graffiti discovered in Bronx park 2 weeks in a row

It has since been painted over, but many in the community are outraged. → Read More

NYC gun violence: Man shot outside Brooklyn nightclub as mayor details crackdown

A man was shot outside a Brooklyn nightclub early Saturday morning after President Biden pledged federal support to crack down on gun violence in NYC. → Read More

Bronx residents pick up the pieces, mourn loved one after fatal explosion on Fox Street

The explosion in the Bronx on Tuesday devastated long time residents who now have lost the homes they purchased 35 years ago. → Read More

High school hockey player's death sparking movement to require neck guards

Neck guards have been selling out at hockey equipment stores like Peck's Skate Shop in White Plains after the death of 10th grader Teddy Balkind. → Read More

Big cleanup after NYC rings in 2022 in Times Square

A smaller, scaled-down crowd turned out for the Times Square ball drop this year, but some are still celebrating as the cleanup moves forward. → Read More

COVID tests to decide if Yonkers classes will resume in-person after break

Yonkers is conducting tests at three locations across the city. The data will give the district a sense of how widespread the omicron outbreak is. → Read More

More than 200 food scrap drop-off sites now open again in NYC

There are now more than 200 locations throughout the five boroughs where residents can take organic waste from fruits, vegetables, coffee grounds, bread, pasta, and grains. The scraps are chopped up, harvested over several months, and then turned into fertilizer or compost. → Read More

Rally calls on MTA to offer Bronx commuters discounted rates with "Freedom" ticket

Elected officials and transit advocates are calling on the MTA to offer Bronx commuters a so-called "Freedom" ticket. → Read More