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The City With The Most Rats Is…

The number one ‘rat infested’ city in the country isn’t the one that pops into your mind first. As soon as someone says ‘rattiest city’, you think New York. Nope, according to Orkin Pest Control the top city is Chicago.

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Spencer Paltt, Getty Images

New York Parking Space Goes for $1 Million

It costs bi bucks money to park a car in New York City and a private parking garage costs even more. The city’s first million dollar parking space is now up for sale. It’s in a private garage a 66E.11th St.

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Hulton Archive, Getty Images

New York State Fair Food

The New York State Fair seems to be the place to try fried food. This year’s fair featured some unique food but it seems the fried variety got most of the attention. Last year’s Big Kahuna Burger was a hit and that was followed this year by the Big Kahuna Donut Dog.

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Jim Rogash, Getty Images

NFL Divisonal Picks for 2014

NFL preseason football is coming into its final week; Week four will see all teams play on Thursday, August 28. The Patriots final preseason game will be in New York against the Giants at 7:30.  You can hear the game on B98.5 starting with the pre-game show at 4:30. New England starts its season in Miami on Sunday, September 7 at 1pm.

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Chris McGrath, Getty Images

Human Arm Found in Front Yard in New York

A man in Hempstead, New York found a severed arm on his front lawn on Wednesday afternoon. He said he smelled something earlier in the day but thought it was garbage. When he saw the arm, he almost passed out.

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9/11 Memorial Museum Officially Opens

September 11 Memorial Museum Opens With Ceremony for Families [PHOTOS]

On Thursday morning, President Obama dedicated the National September 11 Memorial Museum in a ceremony attended by families of the victims, first responders and numerous political leaders.

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Ari Perilstein, Getty Images

Mouse Infestation Closes ‘Cronut’ Bakery

The Dominique Ansel Bakery in the SoHo section on New York is the one who brought us the ‘cronut’. They are donuts that have the shape and texture of a donut but the crispy, flakey texture of a buttery Croissant, sort of a hybrid croissant-donut, thus named the ‘cronut’.

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Al Bello, Getty Images

Tragic Accident at Belmont Race Track Kills Two Horses

There was a terrible accident at Belmont Park in New York on January 6th as two race horses collided and died instantly. The two horses involved were up and coming 4 year colt Six Drivers and a multi stakes winning thoroughbred Caixa Electronica.

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Passenger Train Derails in the Bronx, Killing Several and Injuring Dozens More

A Hudson Line Metro North train that departed from Poughkeepsie, NY derailed in the Bronx at about 7:30 this morning before reaching its destination at Grand Central Terminal in Manhattan. Multiple media sources report that 4 people have died and 63 others suffered injuries. NY Governor Andrew Cuomo addressed the press this morning and confirmed the deaths.

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Getty Images, photo by Mike Tauber

The Statue of Liberty Arrives In New York June 17, 1885

On June 17th, 1885, the Statue of Liberty arrived in New York as a friendship gift from the people of France. The Statue was not assembled as it is today; it came in 350 separate pieces packed in more than 200 cases. The statue was built by French sculptor Frederic-Auguste Bartholdi and commemorated the American Revolution and the friendship between the United States and France.

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