June 26: 5 non-coronavirus stories from across the tri-state area
Looking for stories that are not about the coronavirus? Here's a selection from across the our regions.
Petition calls for the removal of Christopher Columbus statue in Mount Kisco: The petition states that Christopher Columbus committed acts of violence and should not be celebrated.
Prosecutor: Electricity did not play a part in East Brunswick drowning: The Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office says that electricity did not play a part in a drowning incident that left three family members dead in East Brunswick earlier this week.
Census reveals Long Island is growing more racially, ethnically diverse: Between 2010 and 2019, Asian and Hispanic populations grew, while the white population has declined.
Court documents: Gun wiped clean, gunshot residue found in alleged Redding murder: The recently unsealed arrest warrant is shedding new light on the investigation into a physician's assistant from Redding who was charged with his wife's murder.
Police: 41-year-old killed crossing the street in Parkchester hit-and-run: Police are searching for the driver who struck and killed a pedestrian in the Bronx Wednesday.