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Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Makes Its Debut In Kickoff To Holiday Season

NEW YORK (WCBS 880) – The famed Rockefeller Center Christmas tree has been hoisted into place, ushering in the unofficial start of the holiday season in New York City. The 14-ton Norway spruce finished its 60-mile journey from Orange County on Friday night when it arrived at Rockefeller Plaza. The...
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Antonio Brown Tweets 'F— The NFL,' Backtracks Hours Later

Seven-time Pro Bowl wide receiver Antonio Brown went on social media Thursday and said that he's not interested in returning to the NFL. He didn't use those words. As news broke that the NFL is set to meet with former Patriots wide receiver Antonio Brown in regards to its investigation into a civil...
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'Feels Great, Baby': Jimmy Garoppolo Turns on Swagger With Erin Andrews

The San Francisco 49ers remain undefeated after Thursday night’s 28-25 win over the Arizona Cardinals, and Erin Andrews’ conversation with Jimmy Garoppolo after the game went viral. When Andrews asked the quarterback about being 8-0, Garoppolo said, “It feels great, baby,” and Andrews visibly...
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'Bagel Boss Guy' Arrested for Drug Possession, Whines About Burger Served at Station

NEW YORK ( 1010 WINS ) — Viral sensation “Bagel Boss guy” Chris Morgan was nabbed on drug possession charges on Long Island, leading to an expletive-filled video tirade posted on Twitter early Tuesday about the poor quality of the hamburger he received while in police custody. He posted a video of...
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SAN FRANCISCO, CA - DECEMBER 5: Maceo Grigsby, a homeless man, sits by the waterfront with the San Francisco Bay Bridge in the background December 5, 2002 in San Francisco, California. San Francisco has attracted increasing numbers of homeless people in r

President Trump Reportedly Orders Crackdown on California's Homeless

President Donald Trump is reportedly ordering federal officials to crack down on homelessness in California, which may include moving people off the streets and putting them into federal facilities.
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22 Names to Be Added to FDNY 9/11 Memorial Wall

NEW YORK ( WCBS 880 ) -- Days before the nation marks 18 years since the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, the FDNY will honor members of New York’s Bravest who have died of 9/11-related illnesses. Twenty-two names will be added to the department's World Trade Center Memorial Wall at FDNY...
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Philadelphia Police Foil Popeyes Robbery, Arrest 3 After Car Chase

PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — Police say three people were arrested after officers foiled a would-be robbery of a Popeyes restaurant in Northeast Philadelphia. Philadelphia Police Lt. Dennis Rosenbaum says this all happened when officers were patrolling the area near Grant Avenue and the Roosevelt...
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Mother and Son Both Heading Off To Harvard This Fall

( WWJ ) -- Most kids who go off to college more than 800 miles away from home have to worry about being far from family. Not Khalil Dawsey. The 18-year-old Dawsey is headed off to play cornerback at Harvard University this fall and as he enrolls for his freshman season at the Ivy League school, he'...
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Major Delays Expected To Continue On Highway 24, BART Labor Day Weekend

East Bay residents can expect major delays this weekend due to shutdowns on BART and Highway 24.
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Goat Festival Returns To San Francisco's Ferry Building In April

CUESA's annual Goat Festival is returning to San Francisco's Ferry Building on Saturday, April 13.
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