WBLS NEWS with Ann Tripp

 

Alan Thicke on Robin Thicke, Paula Patton split: They will do 'the right thing'

Alan Thicke is throwing support behind his son Robin Thicke and daughter-in-law Paula Patton in the midst of their separation. Read more...

NYC cabbie stole $28,000 in tolls by tailgating paying vehicles: cops

A New York City taxi driver has been arrested on charges he stole $28,000 in tolls by “piggybacking” on vehicles through E-Z Pass lanes while crossing the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge. Read more...

Knicks sign Lamar Odom, with no guarantees

Veteran forward and troubled reality-TV star Lamar Odom has signed with the Knicks, inking a deal for “the remainder of the season” with a non-guaranteed second year in 2014-15. Read more...

Suspected gunman arrested in shooting of 13-year-old boy waiting for bus in Brooklyn

Investigators arrested a Brooklyn man suspected of shooting a 13-year-old bystander in the eye while firing wildly this week at another man, cops said. Read more...

Basil Paterson, father of former Gov. David Paterson, dead at 87

Basil Paterson, the father of former New York Gov. David Paterson, has died at age 87. Read more...

Bidengram: Joe Biden makes his Instagram debut in style

Vice President Joe Biden wants to be the King of Cool with his newfound spot on Instagram. Read more...

Yankees honor Nelson Mandela's 1990 visit with Monument Park plaque

Nelson Mandela has earned a place alongside Yankees greats in Monument Park. Read more...

'Scandal' star Columbus Short hit with restraining order for allegedly threatening to kill estranged wife, self: report

"Scandal" actor Columbus Short is facing a restraining order from his estranged wife after she claims he threatened to kill her and himself. Read more...

Nebraska boy found playing in claw machine after mom reports him missing

An adorable 3-year-old Nebraska boy became a claw machine's top prize after apparently climbing into the coin-operated game. Read more...

‘Soul Train’ is coming to Broadway after decades on TV as a stage for African-American artists

The next stop for the television song-and-dance showcase “Soul Train” will be Broadway. Read more...