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Top NYC news: More than 300 arrested during violent protests; bus drivers refuse to help; more

Top NYC news: More than 300 arrested during violent protests; bus drivers refuse to help; more
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By Hoodline - Published on June 01, 2020.

Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in New York City.

More than 300 arrested during NYC violent protests; de Blasio calls it a 'tense night' for police officers

More than 300 people were arrested in New York City's overnight violent anti-police brutality demonstrations, in what Mayor Bill de Blasio called a "tense" night for police officers.

Read the full story on Fox News.

Video appears to show NYPD truck plowing through crowd during protest

Police are investigating after a video appeared to show a New York City Police Department truck plowing through a crowd during Saturday's protests over the death of George Floyd.

Read the full story on Action News Now.

Bus Drivers in Minneapolis and New York City have refused to help with police transportation

Several transportation unions have issued statements of solidarity and demanding justice in George Floyd's murder.

Read the full story on TIME.

Urban farmer harvests stronger bond with Manhattan soup kitchen, providing leafy greens to needy New Yorkers

Urban farmer Dan Rothschild wanted to put his green thumb to good use when the coronavirus outbreak hit New York City. So he turned to the one place he knew best: the Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen in Chelsea.

Read the full story on New York Daily News.


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