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  • Watch live: Hot 97 Summer Jam


  • Judge: Jodi Arias can still face death penalty

    PHOENIX (AP) — A judge has denied a motion from Jodi Arias’ defense team to have the death penalty removed as a sentencing option. In court documents filed Friday, Judge Sherry Stephens says Arias’ attorneys showed no evidence that banning a defense aide from making jail visits last March prejudiced the murder case. Maricopa County sheriff’s officials say mitigation specialist Maria De La Rosa was banned for a week after she took a drawing by Arias out of the jail. […]

  • Gov. Cuomo receives backing of Working Families Party

    ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has survived a challenge from the left to win the nomination of the liberal Working Families Party. Cuomo received the endorsement at the party’s convention Saturday in Albany following a floor fight from liberals unhappy with Cuomo’s support for business-friendly tax cuts and charter schools. Cuomo defeated a bid for the nomination from Fordham University law professor Zephyr Teachout. Before the vote, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio urged […]

  • Singer Ray J arrested in Beverly Hills

    BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — Police arrested singer Ray J at a Beverly Hills hotel after they say he became belligerent with staff, kicked out a patrol car window and spit at an officer. A statement from the Beverly Hills Police Department says officers came to the hotel Friday evening to investigate a report that the 33-year-old singer had inappropriately touched a woman at the bar. Officers found the contact was incidental, and the singer agreed to leave. But police […]

  • ‘Arsenio Hall Show’ canceled

    (LOS ANGELES TIMES) — Arsenio Hall has lost out on his bid to revive his career with a late-night show. CBS Television Distribution has canceled the syndicated “The Arsenio Hall Show,” less than three months before the series celebrated its one-year anniversary. Tribune Co., which owns the Los Angeles Times and PIX11, had teamed up with CBS Television Distribution to produce the series, which launched in a competitive late-night arena. The show airs on PIX11 weeknights at 11:30 p.m. “Unfortunately, […]

  • News Closeup: How the Coast Guard keeps New York safe


  • Meet some of the adorable pets up for free adoption

    Looking for a four-legged member to add to your family? This weekend, New Yorkers will have the chance to adopt more than 4,000 dogs and cats — young and old, large and small, mixed- and pure-breed, frisky and couch potatoes — the city’s biggest free adoption event ever. Maddie’s® Pet Adoption Days will take place Saturday and Sunday, and remains totally free thanks to money from Maddie’s Fund, a California-based group that aims to empty shelters and put pets in loving […]

  • Zephyr Teachout emerges as possible WFP candidate for governor

    CITY & STATE — Much of the recent political intrigue in the New York State gubernatorial race has focused not on Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s re-election prospects or on Republican nominee Rob Astorino’s hopes of a monumental upset, but on whether the Working Families Party–a labor-backed third party dedicated towards pushing progressive causes–will go with its own candidate or endorse Cuomo to ensure that the party secures the 50,000 votes necessary to keep their ballot line. Several names have been floated as […]

  • PIX11 partners with Hot 97 to air Summer Jam 2014 specials

    NEW YORK, May 28, 2014 – PIX11, Tribune Broadcasting’s New York flagship station has partnered with HOT 97, the destination for hip hop in New York, to broadcast two Summer Jam specials, bringing viewers exclusive access to the hottest hip hop event of the year.  HOT 97 ‘s Summer Jam is the largest hip hop concert in the US.   The event lineup, which is slated to take place June 1 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, includes: […]

  • Edward Snowden tells NBC: I’m a patriot

    (CNN) — Traitor or patriot? Low-level systems analyst or highly trained spy? Slammed by top U.S. government officials and facing espionage charges in the United States, former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden defended his decision to leak documents about classified surveillance programs during an interview with NBC “Nightly News” broadcast Wednesday. “I think it’s important to remember that people don’t set their lives on fire,” Snowden said. “They don’t walk away from their extraordinarily, extraordinarily comfortable lives….for no reason.” […]

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