NYPD now ticketing Texas migrant buses in NYC over ‘minor’ issues

NYPD now ticketing Texas migrant buses in NYC over ‘minor’ issues

The NYPD pounced on buses bringing border-crossers to the Big Apple from Texas on Friday — part of a desperate effort to slow the overwhelming flow of more than 17,000 migrants that spurred Mayor Adams’ state-of-emergency declaration, according to sources. The Post saw a team of NYPD Highway Patrol officers waiting near the Port Authority … Read more

Erin Merdy indicted on 1st-degree murder in Coney Island drownings

Erin Merdy indicted on 1st-degree murder in Coney Island drownings

The Brooklyn mother accused of drowning her three small children off the Coney Island shoreline was indicted on murder charges Thursday in a case Brooklyn’s district attorney called an “unspeakable crime.” Erin Merdy, 30, faces three counts of first-degree murder in the Sept. 12 deaths of Zachary Merdy, 7, Liliana Stephens Merdy, 4 and 3-month-old … Read more

NYC ramps up safety strategy at ‘most challenged’ schools

NYC ramps up safety strategy at ‘most challenged’ schools

The city Department of Education is ramping up safety and support at more than 100 schools where students are most often involved in troubling incidents, suspended or missing class, Mayor Eric Adams and Chancellor David Banks announced Thursday. Project Pivot is investing $9 million in youth nonprofits focused on school safety, after-school and mental health support. … Read more

Robbers allegedly steal 4 luxury cars from NYC parking garage

Robbers allegedly steal 4 luxury cars from NYC parking garage

Gun-toting robbers stole four luxury cars from a high-end Manhattan garage early on Thursday morning, police said. The black-clad thieves stormed the SP Plus Parking Garage in Tribeca at around 4 a.m. and demanded that an employee hand over the keys to the pricey rides, according to cops. “Don’t do anything or I’ll shoot you,” … Read more

Mayor of El Paso Oscar Leeser sends twice as many migrants to NYC as Texas Gov. Greg Abbott

Mayor of El Paso Oscar Leeser sends twice as many migrants to NYC as Texas Gov. Greg Abbott

A Democratic mayor in Texas has bused more than twice as many migrants to the Big Apple as the state’s Republican governor — without a peep of outrage from Mayor Eric Adams. El Paso Mayor Oscar Leeser’s relocation program has sent 7,330 migrants to New York City since August 23, a spokesperson said Thursday. That … Read more

Kathy Hochul tells Biden CHIPS Act counters GOP claim

Kathy Hochul tells Biden CHIPS Act counters GOP claim

New York Gov. Kathy Hochul was caught on a hot mic Thursday telling President Biden that Democrats ought to try to score partisan points with the bipartisan $280 billion CHIPS and Science Act. “This allows us to push back at the Republican narrative that we’re tax and spend and not pro-business,” Hochul told Biden after … Read more

Eric Adams turns to houses of worship to ‘adopt’ shelters aiding migrants

Eric Adams turns to houses of worship to ‘adopt’ shelters aiding migrants

Mayor Eric Adams is putting his faith in the city’s religious leaders for help clothing all the migrants flocking to the Big Apple. The mayor’s Office of Faith-Based and Community Partnerships issued an appeal to houses of worship this week for donations of pants, long-sleeved shirts, socks and underwear in all sizes for men, women … Read more

As rents soar, City Hall dysfunction exacerbates NYC housing crisis

As rents soar, City Hall dysfunction exacerbates NYC housing crisis

Mayor Eric Adams’ administration has failed to fill key positions at housing agencies, leaving its response to skyrocketing rents and the Big Apple’s worsening housing crisis hamstrung, insiders, activists and city officials tell The Post. The mounting frustration comes as affordable housing production plummeted in recent months and as developers struggle to get key city … Read more

Long Beach Residents Are Unhappy With End of the Line Metro Policy – NBC Los Angeles

Long Beach Residents Are Unhappy With End of the Line Metro Policy – NBC Los Angeles

Business owners and residents in Downtown Long Beach are pointing the finger at one variable they hope they can change, the end of the line Metro policy. They are “We see naked people. We had a homeless man yesterday masturbating believe it or not,” said Andre Angles, the Thai District restaurant owner. Metro trains like … Read more