An 18-year-old neighbor charged in the slaying of an 11-year-old New Jersey girl who had been reported missing will remain in jail until his trial.A judge issued the ruling Wednesday during a bail hearing for Andreas Erazo.
It's been almost a month now since Governor Cuomo declared a state of emergency for New York City subways, and this week the MTA is expected to announce its plan to fix the problems.The battle now is over who will cover the cost, the city or the state, because neither wants to pay more.Amid the overheated crowds and the jam packed trains, and the orderly chaos of a transit system that limps along like a cockroach in the dirt, Monday night things actually weren't that bad.
Family and friends gathered Monday to bid a final farewell at funeral services for an 11-year-old girl who was murdered in New Jersey AbbieGail Smith was found stabbed to death near her Keansburg apartment building on July 13, and an 18-year-old upstairs neighbor is charged in her death.The victim's mother was surrounded by family members as they walked into St. Ann Roman Catholic Church, and many of AbbieGail's classmates also attended the services.AbbieGail was remembered as an angel, and...
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Selecting a term
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