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14 Jun
Police discovered ten hand grenades in the basement of a recently deceased 98-year-old woman’s home. The discovery was made by someone cleaning out the elderly woman’s basement after she died in March.
16 Jun 2021
A mother duck and her eight ducklings caused a bit of a frenzy when they went for a stroll in New York's Brooklyn neighborhood. Multiple people stopped traffic to help them safely cross 5th Ave. The mom and her babies even popped into a bagel shop before making their way up 4th Street to the waters of Prospect Park.
13 Apr 2021
Businesses board up windows and residents remain on alert as Brooklyn Center, Minnesota braces for another night of protests following the police shooting of Daunte Wright, a 20-year-old black man, in a traffic stop on Sunday. "It’s an uneasy, not very pleasant feeling just to know there’s a lot of tension in the air," a part-time resident tells AFPTV. National Guard troops have been deployed and a curfew has been put in place as tensions escalate.
14 Jan 2021
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4 Nov 2019
From Staten Island to Brooklyn and Manhattan, tens of thousands of runners from all over the world participate in the 2019 New York marathon.
3 Dec 2018
Alexander Wang debuted his fall collection in Brooklyn, New York on Saturday. Leather aprons, biker shorts and various types of vests and hats were used throughout the collection giving looks a streetwise flair.
24 Dec 2017
In Brooklyn neighbors are building their own Powergrid. They are not only producing their own energy, but they also want to start trading it amongst each other.
9 Dec 2017
Hugh Jackman's passion project holds its world premiere in Brooklyn, New York on the Queen Mary 2, the cruiseline Barnum traveled on throughout his life.
5 Aug 2017
Martin Shkreli was convicted of fraud by jurors in a U.S. court in Brooklyn on Friday, in a blow for the controversial financier, who had forcefully and repeatedly proclaimed his innocence.
13 Mar 2017
Protesters in Brooklyn bare bitter cold temperatures to voice their opposition to plans hatched by House Republicans to repeal and replace the Republicans Care Act.

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