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Westchester County giving out minnows to help fight mosquitoes, prevent West Nile

Westchester County giving out minnows to help fight mosquitoes, prevent West Nile
abc7ny.com — Westchester County is detailing its strategy to combat mosquito growth and disease in the coming months, including providing free minnows to residents. To eliminate mosquito breeding sites and prevent the spread of West Nile Virus and other mosquito-borne diseases, the county Health Department says it will offer free minnows, mosquito dunks and "Keep Healthy and Bug Off" brochures to residents on six Mosquito Control Days this month.

Rockland County podiatrist, girlfriend, accused of plotting to kill doctor's wife

Rockland County podiatrist, girlfriend, accused of plotting to kill doctor's wife
abc7ny.com — A well-known podiatrist in Rockland County has been arrested for allegedly plotting to have his wife killed. Police describe this as a complicated and convoluted case. Ira Bernstein, 41, said nothing as he was escorted in handcuffs to a waiting police car. The well-known podiatrist is now being charged in what Ramapo police describe as an elaborate conspiracy.

Rockland County podiatrist, girlfriend, accused of plotting to kill doctor's wife

Rockland County podiatrist, girlfriend, accused of plotting to kill doctor's wife
abc7ny.com — A well-known podiatrist in Rockland County has been arrested for allegedly plotting to have his wife killed. Police describe this as a complicated and convoluted case. 41-year-old Ira Bernstein said nothing as he was escorted in handcuffs to a waiting police car. The well-known podiatrist is now being charged in what Ramapo police describe as an elaborate conspiracy.

Why new Tappan Zee Bridge construction one of the 'safest' projects

Why new Tappan Zee Bridge construction one of the 'safest' projects
abc7ny.com — With the massive 'Left Coast Lifter; in full operation, giant girders are being put into place on the new New York Bridge, being built to replace the Tappan Zee. "Anything that our workers may not be aware of when they come in - we offer that training to make sure everybody is as safe as possible," said one manager.

Bystander struck by stray bullet after Passaic dispute ends in gunfire

Bystander struck by stray bullet after Passaic dispute ends in gunfire
abc7ny.com — Two teenagers are facing charges after an innocent bystander was struck by a stray bullet when gunfire erupted during an argument on a Passaic street Wednesday night, and now, the victim is speaking exclusively to Eyewitness News.

NYPD detectives charged in Queens assault of postal employee

NYPD detectives charged in Queens assault of postal employee
abc7ny.com — Two New York City police detectives have been indicted on assault charges after they allegedly assaulted a uniformed U.S. Postal employee who had just finished a shift in October of 2015. Queens District Attorney Richard Brown and NYPD Commissioner William Bratton announced the grand jury indictment Wednesday, and that one of the officers perjured himself when filing a sworn criminal complaint with the court.

Postal worker seen on video with cop killer says he's being repeatedly harassed by the NYPD

Postal worker seen on video with cop killer says he's being repeatedly harassed by the NYPD
abc7ny.com — The man who unwittingly gave directions to the gunman who went on to kill two NYPD officers last December says he's being harassed by the police. The postal worker claims it has happened repeatedly and has now filed a notice of claim in advance of a lawsuit in State Supreme Court.

Candidates push for support from minority voters in New York primary

Candidates push for support from minority voters in New York primary
abc7ny.com — This is the first time in decades the New York primary has mattered in the presidential race, and the candidates are fighting especially hard for support from minority voters. This election season minority voters are facing a number of issues that affect them.

Candidates making push for minority votes

Missing Persons Day hopes to bring closure to families in New York City

Missing Persons Day hopes to bring closure to families in New York City
abc7ny.com — Missing Persons Day is happening Saturday in New York City. The backdrop for this second annual event comes with some staggering statistics. More than 13,000 people were reported missing last year in New York City, including at least 200 children. The DNA lab at the Medical Examiner's Office is critical in finding missing people.
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