New York News

Mayor Bill de Blasio ends remote work in NY

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio ends remote work for 80,000 municipal office workers who will return physically to work starting May 3. The workers will not be required to present proof of COVID vaccination, but observing physical distancing and wearing of masks is a must.

Small-time businessman in Queens accused of scamming $1.7 million Covid-19 Paycheck Protection Program

Gelpys Joel Peralta-Gutierrez was busted for scamming $1.7 million from the covid-19 relief paycheck after claiming that he needed the money to pay his 62 workers monthly. Federal authorities found out that Peralta-Gutierrez’s company only employed one.


USA News

Suspect arrested in California murder caught on Zoom

Police reports state that the female victim was on a zoom call with a co-worker on Monday afternoon when the male victim was attacked. The co-worker saw the suspect stab the victims multiple times and called 911 to report the incident.

North Korea fired at least one missile last weekend, U.S. officials confirmed

Two U.S. officials confirmed North Korea’s action, which they said was the first report of such activity since President Joe Biden was elected. The officials did not disclose what type of missile was fired by North Korea, or where it landed.

Minnesota family attacked by a shark while surfing

A 9-year-old autistic boy was attacked by a shark while surfing in a tropical trip in South Florida on Sunday. Reports state that the boy left the hospital two days after, with 120 stitches on his shoulder.


Sports News

Cowboys could be eyeing Surtain as he wows the crowd at Alabama Pro Day

Alabama hosted its Pro Day for general managers and coaches and the Cowboys could be eyeing on Patrick Surtain II as the cornerback has been predicted to be targeted by Dallas with the 10th overall pick. 

Heat blinded by Deandre Ayton as Phoenix Suns win, 110-100

As the game finished, Deandre Ayton finished with 17 points, 16 rebounds, 3 assists, and 3 blocks.