A report of a pipe bomb shut down the upper level of the George Washington Bridge in both directions on Thursday evening, authorities said.
The pipe bomb was reported to be on the New Jersey side of the bridge soon after 9 p.m., cops said.
Shortly after 10:30 p.m. the bottom lanes were reopened, but Bergen County Police and the Port Authority Police were still investigating.
It was not immediately clear if an explosive device was actually found at the scene.
A New York woman upset with her boyfriend left a $5,000 tip on a $55 tab using his credit card, police said.
Serina Wolfe, 24, of Buffalo, was charged with grand theft after she put the gratuity on her bill at the Clear Sky Beach Cafe in Clearwater, Fla., police said. Wolfe was upset her boyfriend, Michael Crane, refused to buy her a return plane ticket to New York, the Tampa Bay Times reported, citing an affidavit.
A teacher’s aide in New York state was arrested and fired from her job for allegedly using duct tape on the wrists and mouth of a student with special needs.
Latoya Davis, who worked at School No. 54 in the Rochester City School District, was taken into custody last week and charged with endangering the welfare of a child and unlawful imprisonment, court records show.
NEW YORK, May 10, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — JustFoodForDogs, the first-ever health and wellness kitchen for dogs, and Petco today announce the opening of the first-ever in-store pet food kitchen at Petco’s flagship store in New York’sUnion Square.
The kitchen – which will prepare fresh, human-grade pet food daily – marks a new milestone in a partnership the two industry-leading brands launched in May 2018 and joins JustFoodForDogs’ existing lineup of stand-alone kitchens in California, Seattle and others currently under construction in Boston and Chicago.