Daily Archives: February 5, 2020

Coronavirus Update: Americans Evacuated From China Now Quarantined In California

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New York City health officials say test results for the first of three people being tested for coronavirus have come back negative, while results on the other two are still to come. In California, Americans flown back from China remain in quarantine.
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New photos show vandals who trashed subway station, NYPD says

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NYPD investigators have released pictures of two men they say vandalized a subway station during a citywide protest last week. On Friday, police arrested more than a dozen protesters. Investigators say the two men in the new surveillance pictures were part of a criminal effort to vandalize the MTA subway system during that protest.
Vandals poured glue in Metrocard readers and propped open an emergency gate at the 96h Street B/C station so people could ride for free. They spray painted some of those new OMNY payment systems, leaving it to MTA workers to clean up. They also set a trash can on fire and broke windows outside the station at 96h Street. Police say the suspects seen in the photos were part of a larger group of protesters who were demanding free subway rides and fewer police in subway stations.
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36 reputed gang members arrested in massive Brooklyn gun bust

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Nearly three dozen alleged gang members linked to at least 13 shootings have been arrested in a massive gun bust in Brooklyn, authorities said Wednesday. Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez and NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea detailed the arrests of 34 people, some of whom prosecutors say targeted and exploited young women by using them to move guns…
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Watch – 100-year-old Tuskegee Airman, Cleveland native honored at State of the Union after being promoted to Brigadier General

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President Donald Trump recognized a 100-year-old Tuskegee airman named Charles McGee and his great-grandson Iain Lanphier, an eighth-grader from Arizona. “Iain has always dreamed of going to space….He aspires to go to the Air Force academy, and then he has his eye on the Space Force,” said the president, referring to the newly created branch of the U.S. Armed Forces…
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