JERSEY CITY, N.J. (WPIX) — Just ahead of the holidays, one family has discovered that someone has been poisoning their pets. Jersey City mom Melisa Koytroulis says her 3-year-old boxer Shadow and her 8-year-old American bulldog Bella had to be euthanized after they became sick and the vet found a deadly chemical in their system. Koytroulis said she found green bars in her yard where her dogs played and had them tested. They were determined to be a rat poison that the dogs had ingested.
Newark, N.J. — Newark Mayor Ras Baraka wants New York Mayor Bill de Blasio remove the Big Apple's name from the list of contenders vying to be the next home of Amazon headquarters, and instead throw weight behind Newark’s bid for the prize. Amazon is expected to put out a short list of finalists. Wherever the technology giant decides to build its HQ2, it promises to bring an estimated 50,000 jobs and a $5 billion investment. “I’m gonna like, persuade him.
JERSEY CITY, N.J. — Just ahead of the holidays, one family has discovered that someone has been poisoning their pets. Jersey City mom Melisa Koytroulis says her 3-year-old boxer Shadow and her 8-year-old American bulldog Bella had to be euthanized after they became sick and the vet found a deadly chemical in their system. Koytroulis said she found green bars in her yard where her dogs played and had them tested. They were determined to be a rat poison that the dogs had ingested.
Governor-elect @PhilMurphyNJ appoints first Sikh attorney general. Bergen County Prosecutor Gurbir Grewal says he has been a victim of hate before and he will stand up for all 9 million NJians as the new AG. @PIX11Newshttps://t.co/BFypYOwHG4
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