WBLS NEWS with Ann Tripp

 

EXCLUSIVE: Brooklyn District Attorney declares man who wrongfully served 16 years in prison for killing rabbi 'innocent'

Kenneth Thompson believes that a 'travesty of justice happened' in the 1995 conviction of Jabbar Collins, which affect an ongoing $150 million federal lawsuit. Read more...

Indiana man wins $1 million lottery twice in the past three months

An Indianapolis man has won two $1 million lottery prizes in the past three months. Read more...

Officers involved in fatal shooting of 16-year-old Kimani Gray won't face criminal charges

Lawyers for the family of Kimani Gray notified a federal judge Tuesday that prosecutors informed them that charges won't be brought against the officers and a case won't go before a grand jury. Read more...

ESPN suspends Stephen A. Smith for one week following domestic abuse rant

Smith came under fire last week when he cautioned women about provoking physical action from men when discussing Ray Rice's two-game suspension for his domestic abuse arrest. Read more...

EXCLUSIVE: Beyoncé, Jay Z are carefully orchestrating the business of splitting up as On the Run tour grinds to an end

Sources say the power couple will finally address their problems, but only after the lucrative On the Run tour comes to an end in late September. So why stay together even while Bey shops for her own pad in Chelsea? 'Money,' a source says. Read more...

“Quiet Storm,” featuring John Legend

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Three children hospitalized after fire breaks out in Brooklyn apartment

Three boys — ages 4, 5 and 8 — were rescued by firefighters on Tuesday after their Brooklyn apartment went up in flames and their grandfather, who had been caring for them, cowardly saved himself and left them to die. Read more...

Pregnant woman apparently put in chokehold by NYPD cop during dispute over illegal grilling

Photos released Monday by an East New York advocacy group show Rosan Miller, 27, struggling with a cop who appears to have his arm around her neck in a move prohibited by the police department. Read more...

Terrence Howard says he can't afford spousal support for ex-wife, only makes $6,000 a month: report

The actor was previously order to pay his third wife, Michelle Ghent, $325,000 in spousal support, but is now asking for the judge to throw out the divorce settlement as his first wife, Lori McMasters, gets all his money and cuts him a monthly check. Read more...

SEE IT: Baller wearing ‘R.I.P. Eric Garner’ shirt dunks over NYPD patrol car at Staten Island tourney

Brian Hogan-Gary's slam Friday night at the Berry Houses in Dongan Hills sent the crowd into a frenzy after he soared over a cruiser. The NYPD's involvement at the contest may have helped ease tensions, which have been sky-high, after the death of Garner, 43, in police custody on July 17. Read more...