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Man Killed Crossing Bruckner Expressway

A 36-year-old man who lost his firefighter brother on 9/11 was struck by a vehicle and killed as he tried to cross the Bruckner Expressway in Bronx early Wednesday, police and a witness said.
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20 Injured In Four-Alarm Bronx Fire

A blaze at a block of row houses in Bronx Saturday afternoon injured 18 firefighters and two occupants, the city Fire Department said....
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Bronx Girl Accidentally Stabs Self

A five-year-old girl is fighting for her life after being stabbed in her home in Bronx....
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Bronx Raccoon Feasts On Garbage

Hunger - the great motivator....
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Bronx Cops Fight Disciplinary Actions

If you saw a few uniformed cops throwing around a football with a kid on the Fourth of July in Bronx, you would:...
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Livery Cab Crashes Into Bronx House And Injures One

A livery cab crashed into a Bronx home after colliding with a van early Monday morning....
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Bronx Man Dies Looking In Apartment Fire

A Bronx stepdad died in an apartment fire earlier today as he tried to look for his stepdaughter, who it turned out wasn't home. Police say that Tyril Royer, 65, became trapped in the third floor apartment on East 234th Street just after 12:50 a.m....
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Bronx Thruway Accident Causes Delays

An accident on the New England Thruway in the Bronx has backed up traffic in the southbound lanes....
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A Life Lost In Bronx Fire

The FDNY says one man is dead and one woman injured in a basement fire in a Bronx apartment early Sunday morning....
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Bronx Creek Houseboat Tips Over

A two-story houseboat that was docked on a creek in the Bronx has capsized and crushed a smaller boat. ...
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Montefiore Nurses Reach A New Deal

A tentatively planned New Year's strike has been averted by the nurses of Montefiore Medical Center in Bronx....
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Giant Rat Found Inside A Bronx Foot Locker

Today this photo of a giant monster rat, supposedly discovered at a Foot Locker in Bronx, was Tweeted on the net....
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New York City's First-Born Baby In 2012 Is From Bronx

The city's first-born baby in 2012 is a girl and her name is Rania Ali....
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Bronx PEP Honored With Beyond The Call Award

The Parks Enforcement Patrol (PEP) performs many roles for the City of New York Parks & Recreation Department: enforcing public health rules like the smoking ban and dog leash requirements, promoting good order in crowded park areas, and balancing the needs of concession carts, pedicabs, musicians, and artists with those of general park users....
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Bronx Community Solutions Move

All of the Bronx Community Solutions Offices have now moved on the second floor of the Bronx Criminal Court. The Intake Office is now located in Room 2-13 and the Social Services Clinic is located in Room 211 classes are still offered in Room 211-C....
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Wrong Way Bronx Crash Kills Woman

Margaret Donnelly was killed when she crashed into a tractor trailer while driving the wrong way on the Bruckner Expressway in Bronx....
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Firefighters Save Man In Bronx Fire

Quick-thinking Bronx firefighters saved the life of a man trapped by an early morning apartment fire earlier today....
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Bronx Unemployement Rates By Age

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Cat Colonies In Bronx

The lack of a full-service animal shelter in the Bronx has prompted some residents to create “cat colonies” in their neighborhoods where they feed and care for feral cats in their own backyards....
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Twitter Helps Find Missing Autistic Girl

Janice Lewis, who went missing Tuesday afternoon, was found a little over 24 hours later with the help of social media. Her older brother started a Facebook and Twitter campaign to help locate his 17-year-old sister, who suffers from autism. Celebrities, including Talib Kweli and Sean Combs, retweeted Lewis’ picture to their followers. One Twitter user recognized the young girl walking down a Brooklyn street and called the police. She was safely returned to her family late Wednesday....
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City To Roll Out Enrollment Van Outside Yankee Stadium Sunday For Free Municipal ID Card Program

The city is taking its popular municipal identification program to the streets.

JLo + A-Rod = J-Rod

Alex Rodriguez is reportedly dating Jennifer Lopez.
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FDNY Deploys Drone To Help Fight Bronx Fire

The FDNY deployed its drone for the first time while battling a four-alarm fire in the Claremont Village section of Bronx Monday night.
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Buy Your Bronx, NY License Plate

The plate ships free when 3 or more are ordered.
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Fire Sweeps Through 6-Story Bronx Apartment Building

An extra-alarm fire swept through a six-story apartment building in Bronx Monday evening.
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Hoarding Complicates Fire Rescue Of 89-Year-Old Man

An 89-year-old man was critically injured in a Bronx apartment fire Thursday, and firefighters say the overwhelming clutter may have hampered his ability to escape.

Indoor Garage Collapses In Bronx

Part of an indoor garage collapsed in the Bronx on Sunday, leaving cars hanging in the balance or crushed by concrete, city officials said.

What’s Up With The Names Of Bronx Neighborhoods

The history of New York City neighborhoods often reveals long forgotten historical curiosities — just look at Brooklyn. But these days the Bronx is getting a lot of attention, so here is a look at how some of the Bronx’s neighborhoods got their names.

Bronx Residents Left Without Mailboxes As Postal Service Cracks Down On “Mailbox Fishing”

Did you ever hear of mailbox fishing? Most people have not, but it is a growing problem in Bronx.
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After Backlash From Tone-Deaf Travel Piece About Bronx, NYT Delves Into The Real Boogie Down

It is not usually a good sign when The New York Times travel section shouts out your hood. Of course, no one could possibly question the quality of the Times’ reporting or the professionalism of their coverage; but when it comes to the relationship between the paper’s target audience and traditional Latino hoods, the word “Columbus” comes to mind.

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Ken Towler

Reverend Kenneth L. Towler is a part time protestant minister and automotive inventor. He has a BA in Bible and Pastoral Ministries from Columbia International University and an MDiv. from Southwestern Seminary.