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Regional Briefs – August 13, 2018

Court Rules Police Dashcam Not Public Records TRENTON – New Jersey’s top court ruled Monday that police dash-camera videos are not available under state public-records law, The Associated Press reported.…

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School Bus Overturns on Turnpike, No Serious Injuries

Officials said that a school bus taking families home from a picnic crashed on the New Jersey Turnpike, sending dozens of people to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Newark Mayor…

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Regional Briefs – August 9, 2018

Former Tuberculosis Sanitarium Up For Sale SARANAC LAKE, N.Y. – A former sanitarium that made the Adirondack village of Saranac Lake famous for curing tuberculosis will be auctioned next month…

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NY Congressman Indicted on Insider Trading Charges

Republican U.S. Rep. Christopher Collins of New York was arrested on Wednesday on charges he fed inside information that he gleaned from sitting on the board of a biotechnology company…

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Regional Briefs – August 6, 2018

Man Killed When Tractor Overturns, Pins Him AVON, N.Y. – A man driving a tractor with a front bucket to retrieve a lawn mower that had broken down died Saturday…

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Regional Briefs – August 5, 2018

Police Arrest Man Who Set Gas Station Ablaze STATEN ISLAND – A man accused of setting a fire that seriously injured a man at a Staten Island gas station was…

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NYC Health Commissioner to Step Down

New York City Health Commissioner Dr. Mary Basset is stepping down at the end of the month to take a position at Harvard University. In announcing her departure, Mayor Bill…

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Regional Briefs – July 31, 2018

NYC to Send Volunteer Lawyers to Help Illegal Immigrants Detained at Texas Border NEW YORK – New York City plans to send taxpayer-funded city lawyers and social workers to Texas…

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