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  • Etan Patz murder confession played in court

    Etan Patz murder confession played in court

    Monday, September 15 2014 6:43 PM EDT2014-09-15 22:43:37 GMT
    A judge allowed a confession tape to be played in court in connection with the case of Etan Patz, who vanished in 1979. On the tape, Pedro Hernandez described how he killed Patz. But his lawyers say Hernandez falsely confessed and doesn't understand his rights. Before Hernandez's videotaped confession was played, Patz's mother quickly left the courtroom unable to watch the video.
    A judge allowed a confession tape to be played in court in connection with the case of Etan Patz, who vanished in 1979. On the tape, Pedro Hernandez described how he killed Patz. But his lawyers say Hernandez falsely confessed and doesn't understand his rights. Before Hernandez's videotaped confession was played, Patz's mother quickly left the courtroom unable to watch the video.
  • NJ, NY officials meet about security

    NJ, NY officials meet about security

    Monday, September 15 2014 5:50 PM EDT2014-09-15 21:50:11 GMT
    With new concerns about home grown terrorism becoming more urgent, city and state officials -- including New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio -- met with Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson to devise new strategies. NYPD counterterrorism police stood watch outside the Midtown Manhattan meeting where city, state and federal law enforcement officials coordinated their new security plans.
    With new concerns about home grown terrorism becoming more urgent, city and state officials -- including New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio -- met with Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson to devise new strategies. NYPD counterterrorism police stood watch outside the Midtown Manhattan meeting where city, state and federal law enforcement officials coordinated their new security plans.
  • Columbia makes Obama library's short list

    Columbia makes Obama library's short list

    Monday, September 15 2014 4:54 PM EDT2014-09-15 20:54:46 GMT
    Chicago, New York and Honolulu are on the short list to host President Barack Obama's future presidential library.The Barack Obama Foundation says four of the 13 applications submitted earlier this year made the cut. New York's Columbia University and the University of Hawaii are being invited to submit more formal proposals to host the library.
    Chicago, New York and Honolulu are on the short list to host President Barack Obama's future presidential library.The Barack Obama Foundation says four of the 13 applications submitted earlier this year made the cut. New York's Columbia University and the University of Hawaii are being invited to submit more formal proposals to host the library.
  • Cabs for women driven by women

    Cabs for women driven by women

    Monday, September 15 2014 3:14 PM EDT2014-09-15 19:14:45 GMT
    Taxis come in yellow, green, black, and now... hot pink? They're called SheTaxis and they are from a cab service for women by women. (The cabs aren't actually pink, but drivers will carry pink pashminas.)The service is coming to New York this week. You could almost think of it as an all-female Uber.
    Taxis come in yellow, green, black, and now... hot pink? They're called SheTaxis and they are from a cab service for women by women. (The cabs aren't actually pink, but drivers will carry pink pashminas.)The service is coming to New York this week. You could almost think of it as an all-female Uber.
  • Judge weighing video confession in Patz case

    Judge weighing video confession in Patz case

    Monday, September 15 2014 12:49 PM EDT2014-09-15 16:49:31 GMT
    A man charged with killing a boy who disappeared in 1979 speaks calmly about strangling the child in a confession video that's the focus of a hearing. The father of Etan Patz watched stoically as the video was played Monday. Etan's mother left the courtroom before the video began. Pedro Hernandez says he wanted to stop choking the child but could not. He says Etan was still alive when he put him in a bag.
    A man charged with killing a boy who disappeared in 1979 speaks calmly about strangling the child in a confession video that's the focus of a hearing. The father of Etan Patz watched stoically as the video was played Monday. Etan's mother left the courtroom before the video began. Pedro Hernandez says he wanted to stop choking the child but could not. He says Etan was still alive when he put him in a bag.
  • Costumed characters brawl in Times Square

    Costumed characters brawl in Times Square

    Monday, September 15 2014 9:27 AM EDT2014-09-15 13:27:07 GMT
    Two costumed characters in Times Square and another man have been arrested after police say they got into a fist fight. Police say they were all charged with misdemeanor assault. It happened around 9 p.m. Saturday. The dispute started after the man allegedly began heckling the costumed characters dressed as Batman and Spider-Man.
    Two costumed characters in Times Square and another man have been arrested after police say they got into a fist fight. Police say they were all charged with misdemeanor assault. It happened around 9 p.m. Saturday. The dispute started after the man allegedly began heckling the costumed characters dressed as Batman and Spider-Man.
  • Envelopes in Marriott hotels invite tips for maids

    Envelopes in Marriott hotels invite tips for maids

    Monday, September 15 2014 8:14 AM EDT2014-09-15 12:14:33 GMT
    Do you leave a tip in your hotel room for the maid?  Marriott is placing envelopes in 160,000 hotel rooms beginning this week to encourage guests to leave tips.
    Do you leave a tip in your hotel room for the maid?  Marriott is placing envelopes in 160,000 hotel rooms beginning this week to encourage guests to leave tips.
  • R trains back in service

    R trains back in service

    Monday, September 15 2014 6:51 AM EDT2014-09-15 10:51:20 GMT
    A subway tunnel connecting Brooklyn and lower Manhattan that was badly damaged during Superstorm Sandy has reopened.  The R trains began running through the Montague Tunnel on Monday. Workers had been repairing damage in the tunnel caused by the October 2012 storm. It was scheduled to open next month.
    A subway tunnel connecting Brooklyn and lower Manhattan that was badly damaged during Superstorm Sandy has reopened. The R trains began running through the Montague Tunnel on Monday. Workers had been repairing damage in the tunnel caused by the October 2012 storm. It was scheduled to open next month.

  • Thousands participate in annual NYRR 5th Avenue Mile

    Thousands participate in annual NYRR 5th Avenue Mile

    Sunday, September 14 2014 12:01 AM EDT2014-09-14 04:01:13 GMT
    Thousands of runners hit the concrete jungle on Saturday for the annual New York Road Runners 5th Avenue Mile. Olympians, world champions and runners of all ranks and abilities hammered out the mile-long course along Fifth Avenue starting at 80th Street and ending on 60th.
    Thousands of runners hit the concrete jungle on Saturday for the annual New York Road Runners 5th Avenue Mile. Olympians, world champions and runners of all ranks and abilities hammered out the mile-long course along Fifth Avenue starting at 80th Street and ending on 60th.
  • New York Fashion Week: weird and wonderful

    New York Fashion Week: weird and wonderful

    Friday, September 12 2014 10:30 PM EDT2014-09-13 02:30:23 GMT
    Modern dancers, writhing half-naked in front of giant weather-themed video installations. Miley Cyrus, not twerking, but working — in a new gig making jewelry with children's beads. A guy mowing a fake indoor lawn in a suit, top hat and fishnet tights. We didn't need to tell you that Fashion Week isn't only about hemlines and tailoring, did we? Some weird or wonderful (and sometimes both) moments of New York Fashion Week...
    Modern dancers, writhing half-naked in front of giant weather-themed video installations. Miley Cyrus, not twerking, but working — in a new gig making jewelry with children's beads. A guy mowing a fake indoor lawn in a suit, top hat and fishnet tights. We didn't need to tell you that Fashion Week isn't only about hemlines and tailoring, did we? Some weird or wonderful (and sometimes both) moments of New York Fashion Week...
  • Housing activists protest Airbnb

    Housing activists protest Airbnb

    Friday, September 12 2014 7:41 PM EDT2014-09-12 23:41:17 GMT
    You've probably seen Airbnb commercials extolling the benefits of homeowners renting out their houses or apartments to out-of-town guests for a fee. Sharing is caring feel-good commercials.But housing activists say Airbnb is reducing available housing in New York City's increasingly expensive and shrinking housing market. They argue Airbnb is pushing thousands of apartments toward use as illegal hotels instead of affordable housing.
    You've probably seen Airbnb commercials extolling the benefits of homeowners renting out their houses or apartments to out-of-town guests for a fee. Sharing is caring feel-good commercials.But housing activists say Airbnb is reducing available housing in New York City's increasingly expensive and shrinking housing market. They argue Airbnb is pushing thousands of apartments toward use as illegal hotels instead of affordable housing.
  • Clothing for a cause

    Clothing for a cause

    Friday, September 12 2014 7:00 PM EDT2014-09-12 23:00:07 GMT
    Like millions of Americans, John Williams has been out of work for months. He has finally landed an interview for a customer service position. To make sure he gets the job, he is making sure to look his best, thanks to Suited for Work.Suited for Work is a program under FEGS, a nonprofit that's been around for 80 years. Since its inception, Suited for Work has outfitted more than 8,000 men with brand-new suits donated by manufacturers.
    Like millions of Americans, John Williams has been out of work for months. He has finally landed an interview for a customer service position. To make sure he gets the job, he is making sure to look his best, thanks to Suited for Work.Suited for Work is a program under FEGS, a nonprofit that's been around for 80 years. Since its inception, Suited for Work has outfitted more than 8,000 men with brand-new suits donated by manufacturers.
  • 7 train to New Jersey?

    7 train to New Jersey?

    Friday, September 12 2014 6:14 PM EDT2014-09-12 22:14:24 GMT
    The idea is grand: to take the 7 train and connect Queens to Manhattan to New Jersey. But as with all these massive projects, the chorus gets quiet when asked who will to pay for it. While business interests announced plans of an economic impact study, no one has even a ballpark number for a price tag.
    The idea is grand: to take the 7 train and connect Queens to Manhattan to New Jersey. But as with all these massive projects, the chorus gets quiet when asked who will to pay for it. While business interests announced plans of an economic impact study, no one has even a ballpark number for a price tag.
  • HELMET VIDEO: Cyclist wipes out on taxi door

    HELMET VIDEO: Cyclist wipes out on taxi door

    Friday, September 12 2014 4:38 PM EDT2014-09-12 20:38:35 GMT
    With a camera mounted to his helmet, a cyclist headed northbound on 4th Avenue in Manhattan. As he neared East 14th Street, the taxi door swung open and the cyclist slammed into the door and went down. But it's the aftermath where things got weird in an "Only in New York" kind of way as the blame game started. The cab driver was upset because he said his door was damaged.
    With a camera mounted to his helmet, a cyclist headed northbound on 4th Avenue in Manhattan. As he neared East 14th Street, the taxi door swung open and the cyclist slammed into the door and went down. But it's the aftermath where things got weird in an "Only in New York" kind of way as the blame game started. The cab driver was upset because he said his door was damaged.
  • Preserving the Yiddish language

    Preserving the Yiddish language

    Friday, September 12 2014 5:49 AM EDT2014-09-12 09:49:20 GMT
    We came to the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research to hear Dr. Chava Lapin -- "Bubby" to her grandchildren -- and Rabbi Shimon Josef Meller speak some kosher Yiddish, and to save ourselves from klutzily shvitzing, kvetching and schmoozing in search of the language on the street.
    We came to the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research to hear Dr. Chava Lapin -- "Bubby" to her grandchildren -- and Rabbi Shimon Josef Meller speak some kosher Yiddish, and to save ourselves from klutzily shvitzing, kvetching and schmoozing in search of the language on the street.
  • 9/11 anniversary commemorations

    9/11 anniversary commemorations

    Thursday, September 11 2014 10:33 PM EDT2014-09-12 02:33:22 GMT

    With the solemn toll of a bell and a moment of silence, the nation paused Thursday to mark the 13th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks at the hallowed site just hours after President Barack Obama promised to root out and destroy a new group of terrorists threatening the U.S.

    With the solemn toll of a bell and a moment of silence, the nation paused Thursday to mark the 13th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks at the hallowed site just hours after President Barack Obama promised to root out and destroy a new group of terrorists threatening the U.S.


  • Australian designers at Fashion Week

    Australian designers at Fashion Week

    Thursday, September 11 2014 10:28 PM EDT2014-09-12 02:28:00 GMT
    Kylie, Kendall and Arianna Grande are in on it. And now we're letting you in on fashion's best kept secret: Australians are taking over. Bloggers and celebrities can't get enough of the edgy, unique designs coming from down under. Kate Anderson is head designer of Aussie label Finders Keepers, worn by Jessica Alba. Kate works with several designers under one parent company.
    Kylie, Kendall and Arianna Grande are in on it. And now we're letting you in on fashion's best kept secret: Australians are taking over. Bloggers and celebrities can't get enough of the edgy, unique designs coming from down under. Kate Anderson is head designer of Aussie label Finders Keepers, worn by Jessica Alba. Kate works with several designers under one parent company.
  • New York City security in a post-9/11 world

    New York City security in a post-9/11 world

    Thursday, September 11 2014 8:49 PM EDT2014-09-12 00:49:13 GMT
    The sounds of traffic and construction dominate the world trade center site these days -- nothing out of the ordinary. The sights of enhanced security have become commonplace too: NYPD officers actively watching the thousands of visitors who come to the 9/11 Memorial Museum and closely monitoring vehicles. Port Authority police are posted around the clock on the site that now houses a huge transportation hub.
    The sounds of traffic and construction dominate the world trade center site these days -- nothing out of the ordinary. The sights of enhanced security have become commonplace too: NYPD officers actively watching the thousands of visitors who come to the 9/11 Memorial Museum and closely monitoring vehicles. Port Authority police are posted around the clock on the site that now houses a huge transportation hub.
  • Dancing with Lil Buck

    Dancing with Lil Buck

    Thursday, September 11 2014 6:43 PM EDT2014-09-11 22:43:33 GMT
    Born Charles Riley in Chicago and raised in Memphis, Lil Buck is an internationally acclaimed dancer who glides across the stage using moves that combine ballet with the popular street dance "jookin." Buck gained popularity after director Spike Jonze used his cell phone to record an interpretive performance of "The Dying Swan" by Lil Buck and Yo-Yo Ma.
    Born Charles Riley in Chicago and raised in Memphis, Lil Buck is an internationally acclaimed dancer who glides across the stage using moves that combine ballet with the popular street dance "jookin." Buck gained popularity after director Spike Jonze used his cell phone to record an interpretive performance of "The Dying Swan" by Lil Buck and Yo-Yo Ma.
  • Charter school battle

    Charter school battle

    Thursday, September 11 2014 5:56 PM EDT2014-09-11 21:56:34 GMT
    Launch Expeditionary Learning Charter School in the Bronx shares space with traditional public school P.S. 146. Next year, the charter school will get more space to add on high school classes. It is one of four charter schools Mayor Bill de Blasio's administration will find extra space for next year.
    Launch Expeditionary Learning Charter School in the Bronx shares space with traditional public school P.S. 146. Next year, the charter school will get more space to add on high school classes. It is one of four charter schools Mayor Bill de Blasio's administration will find extra space for next year.
  • Seeking help after years of 9/11 survivor guilt

    Seeking help after years of 9/11 survivor guilt

    Thursday, September 11 2014 5:04 PM EDT2014-09-11 21:04:17 GMT
    The roar of a plane above Lower Manhattan. The rise of a pristine tower where ruins once smoldered. News of terrorist attacks in far-off lands. For New Yorkers in or near the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001, the sights and sounds of everyday life can still -- even 13 years later -- trigger painful memories. Thousands of people continue to struggle with the effects of 9/11.
    The roar of a plane above Lower Manhattan. The rise of a pristine tower where ruins once smoldered. News of terrorist attacks in far-off lands. For New Yorkers in or near the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001, the sights and sounds of everyday life can still -- even 13 years later -- trigger painful memories. Thousands of people continue to struggle with the effects of 9/11.
  • Catholic League bowing out of St. Patrick's parade

    Catholic League bowing out of St. Patrick's parade

    Thursday, September 11 2014 12:49 PM EDT2014-09-11 16:49:04 GMT
    The Catholic League says it will sit out next year's St. Patrick's Day Parade in New York because parade organizers aren't letting an anti-abortion Catholic group march.
    The Catholic League says it will sit out next year's St. Patrick's Day Parade in New York because parade organizers aren't letting an anti-abortion Catholic group march.
  • What you need to know before buying a MetroCard

    What you need to know before buying a MetroCard

    Thursday, September 11 2014 8:52 AM EDT2014-09-11 12:52:36 GMT
    We've all been there. The train is coming into the station, and you grab your MetroCard and quickly try and swipe it at a turnstile. "Please Swipe Again". "Please Swipe Again". "Insufficient Fare". The last two words are killer. You think to yourself “I swear I had a balance on this card”.
    We've all been there. The train is coming into the station, and you grab your MetroCard and quickly try and swipe it at a turnstile. "Please Swipe Again". "Please Swipe Again". "Insufficient Fare". The last two words are killer. You think to yourself “I swear I had a balance on this card”.
  • Questions about Joan Rivers' procedure

    Questions about Joan Rivers' procedure

    Wednesday, September 10 2014 8:50 PM EDT2014-09-11 00:50:00 GMT
    Fox 5 has learned that investigators from the state Health Department have been at clinic interviewing staff and checking records, looking for answers into what caused Joan Rivers' death. Rivers went to the Yorkville Endoscopy Center to find out why her voice was raspy and ended up in cardiac arrest, and later dying.
    Fox 5 has learned that investigators from the state Health Department have been at clinic interviewing staff and checking records, looking for answers into what caused Joan Rivers' death. Rivers went to the Yorkville Endoscopy Center to find out why her voice was raspy and ended up in cardiac arrest, and later dying.
  • The Juilliard School

    The Juilliard School

    Wednesday, September 10 2014 6:19 PM EDT2014-09-10 22:19:15 GMT
    Walk into Juilliard and just hang out in the lobby; that's what we did when we started talking to Jiayan Sun. He is one talented pianist. Hang out in the lobby a little longer and meet Alex Nichollas, drawn all the way from Australia to be here or chat with Jasminn Johnson, from South Carolina, a 3rd year drama student.
    Walk into Juilliard and just hang out in the lobby; that's what we did when we started talking to Jiayan Sun. He is one talented pianist. Hang out in the lobby a little longer and meet Alex Nichollas, drawn all the way from Australia to be here or chat with Jasminn Johnson, from South Carolina, a 3rd year drama student.
  • Ailing boy is a superhero

    Ailing boy is a superhero

    Wednesday, September 10 2014 5:33 PM EDT2014-09-10 21:33:43 GMT
    Strutting out of his chauffeured car, Prestun Seibel might be mistaken for a celebrity.But, get it straight. Prestun is no celebrity. Prestun is actually a real-life superhero. And such a big one, the 4-year-old even caught the attention of Captain America, who heard from others in the superhero community about Prestun's difficult battle with neuroblastoma, a form of cancer that has spread from his abdomen to his head.
    Strutting out of his chauffeured car, Prestun Seibel might be mistaken for a celebrity.But, get it straight. Prestun is no celebrity. Prestun is actually a real-life superhero. And such a big one, the 4-year-old even caught the attention of Captain America, who heard from others in the superhero community about Prestun's difficult battle with neuroblastoma, a form of cancer that has spread from his abdomen to his head.
  • Councilman stands by horse carriage drivers

    Councilman stands by horse carriage drivers

    Wednesday, September 10 2014 5:04 PM EDT2014-09-10 21:04:56 GMT
    Carriage drivers along with their Teamster representatives applauded City Council Member Rafael Espinal outside City Hall as he publicly supported the horse carriage industry and its 300 union employees. Espinal heads the City Council committee that oversees the horse carriage industry. Any bill banning the horses from Central Park would normally have to go through his committee.
    Carriage drivers along with their Teamster representatives applauded City Council Member Rafael Espinal outside City Hall as he publicly supported the horse carriage industry and its 300 union employees. Espinal heads the City Council committee that oversees the horse carriage industry. Any bill banning the horses from Central Park would normally have to go through his committee.
  • Climate march planned ahead of UN summit

    Climate march planned ahead of UN summit

    Wednesday, September 10 2014 2:52 PM EDT2014-09-10 18:52:55 GMT
    New York labor unions and environmental groups are planning a march to draw attention to climate change two days before a United Nations summit on the issue.
    New York labor unions and environmental groups are planning a march to draw attention to climate change two days before a United Nations summit on the issue.
  • Shia LaBeouf pleads guilty to disorderly conduct

    Shia LaBeouf pleads guilty to disorderly conduct

    Shia LaBeouf has pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct stemming from an incident at a Broadway show.
    Shia LaBeouf has pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct stemming from an incident at a Broadway show.
  • PATH fares to increase on Oct. 1

    PATH fares to increase on Oct. 1

    Wednesday, September 10 2014 6:58 AM EDT2014-09-10 10:58:52 GMT
    PATH (file photo)PATH (file photo)
    It's going to cost more to ride PATH trains between New Jersey and New York.
    It's going to cost more to ride PATH trains between New Jersey and New York.
  • 51 and pregnant

    51 and pregnant

    Wednesday, September 10 2014 6:05 AM EDT2014-09-10 10:05:30 GMT
    Tracey Kahn is a successful publicist. She is single, lives in a beautiful apartment in Manhattan, has a 2-year-old daughter, and is pregnant with again. She is 51. And she's not alone. Kahn is among a growing number of women putting off motherhood until middle age.
    Tracey Kahn is a successful publicist. She is single, lives in a beautiful apartment in Manhattan, has a 2-year-old daughter, and is pregnant with again. She is 51. And she's not alone. Kahn is among a growing number of women putting off motherhood until middle age.
  • $1 million parking space in Manhattan

    $1 million parking space in Manhattan

    Wednesday, September 10 2014 5:55 AM EDT2014-09-10 09:55:57 GMT
    If you've ever driven in Manhattan, then you know that it can sometimes take a half hour to go one block and parking spots are few and far between. A new 10-unit residential development going up in SoHo is banking on a parking spot being such a hot amenity that it is selling spots for $1 million each.
    If you've ever driven in Manhattan, then you know that it can sometimes take a half hour to go one block and parking spots are few and far between. A new 10-unit residential development going up in SoHo is banking on a parking spot being such a hot amenity that it is selling spots for $1 million each.
  • World Trade Center progress

    World Trade Center progress

    Tuesday, September 9 2014 7:33 PM EDT2014-09-09 23:33:52 GMT
    Nearly 13 years after the 9/11 attack, the World Trade Center remains unfinished. The world's most expensive subway station is not yet done. The September 11 Memorial Museum is built on the footprints of the fallen towers. One World Trade Center is built and tenants will start moving in in November.
    Nearly 13 years after the 9/11 attack, the World Trade Center remains unfinished. The world's most expensive subway station is not yet done. The September 11 Memorial Museum is built on the footprints of the fallen towers. One World Trade Center is built and tenants will start moving in in November.
  • NYPD: Terror threat more complex than ever

    NYPD: Terror threat more complex than ever

    Tuesday, September 9 2014 5:08 PM EDT2014-09-09 21:08:51 GMT
    Air strikes in Iraq, ongoing unrest in Syria and the beheadings of two American journalists are casting a long shadow over the 13th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks. While there is no specific threat against New York ahead of the Thursday commemoration, the rising power of disparate militant groups around the world presents the most complex terrorism danger since the twin towers were destroyed, New York intelligence officials said this week.
    Air strikes in Iraq, ongoing unrest in Syria and the beheadings of two American journalists are casting a long shadow over the 13th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks. While there is no specific threat against New York ahead of the Thursday commemoration, the rising power of disparate militant groups around the world presents the most complex terrorism danger since the twin towers were destroyed, New York intelligence officials said this week.
  • Arrests connected to death of Rangers player Derek Boogaard

    Arrests connected to death of Rangers player Derek Boogaard

    Tuesday, September 9 2014 3:05 PM EDT2014-09-09 19:05:48 GMT

    Arrests have been made in connection with the overdose death of New York Rangers player Derek Boogaard.  Boogaard died in his brother's Minneapolis apartment on May 13, 2011 of a drug and alcohol overdose.

    Arrests have been made in connection with the overdose death of New York Rangers player Derek Boogaard.  Boogaard died in his brother's Minneapolis apartment on May 13, 2011 of a drug and alcohol overdose.

  • NYC approves sensors to pinpoint gunfire

    NYC approves sensors to pinpoint gunfire

    Tuesday, September 9 2014 10:53 AM EDT2014-09-09 14:53:17 GMT
    New York City's comptroller has approved a contract for rooftop sensor technology for the NYPD to help pinpoint and reduce gunfire.
    New York City's comptroller has approved a contract for rooftop sensor technology for the NYPD to help pinpoint and reduce gunfire.
  • New training for NYPD after chokehold

    New training for NYPD after chokehold

    Monday, September 8 2014 3:25 PM EDT2014-09-08 19:25:26 GMT
    New York City police officers will get three days of annual training on how to properly use force following the chokehold death of an unarmed man this summer, police commissioner William Bratton said Monday. The initiative is part of an overall effort to repair community relations and change the culture of the department, Bratton said.
    New York City police officers will get three days of annual training on how to properly use force following the chokehold death of an unarmed man this summer, police commissioner William Bratton said Monday. The initiative is part of an overall effort to repair community relations and change the culture of the department, Bratton said.
  • Bus, subway bed bug scares

    Bus, subway bed bug scares

    Friday, September 5 2014 12:36 PM EDT2014-09-05 16:36:21 GMT
    Bed bug sightings appear to be up around town, including on subways and a bus. However, the MTA said the bus in question was not infested. B44 riders are grossed out. A bus traveling between Williamsburg and Sheepshead Bay was taken out of service Monday after a passenger saw what were believed to be bedbugs crawling on another rider.
    Bed bug sightings appear to be up around town, including on subways and a bus. However, the MTA said the bus in question was not infested. B44 riders are grossed out. A bus traveling between Williamsburg and Sheepshead Bay was taken out of service Monday after a passenger saw what were believed to be bedbugs crawling on another rider.
  • 1933-2014

    Joan Rivers dies

    Joan Rivers dies

    Friday, September 5 2014 9:23 AM EDT2014-09-05 13:23:32 GMT

    Joan Rivers is being remembered as a comedic legend and trailblazer. The New York native died on Thursday at the age of 81. Rivers was undergoing an outpatient throat procedure at a clinic on the Upper East Side on August 28 when she went into cardiac arrest and was rushed to Mount Sinai Hospital. She had been moved from the ICU to a private room on Wednesday.

    Joan Rivers is being remembered as a comedic legend and trailblazer. The New York native died on Thursday at the age of 81. Rivers was undergoing an outpatient throat procedure at a clinic on the Upper East Side on August 28 when she went into cardiac arrest and was rushed to Mount Sinai Hospital. She had been moved from the ICU to a private room on Wednesday.

  • NYPD to test body cameras

    NYPD to test body cameras

    Thursday, September 4 2014 10:03 PM EDT2014-09-05 02:03:53 GMT
    The NYPD is beginning a pilot program outfitting about 60 cops with body cameras. That is a tiny fraction of the 35,000-strong police force, but it has the potential to drastically change the way policing occurs in our city and encourage best behavior on both sides of the camera. Commissioner Bill Bratton said putting body cameras on officers in extraordinarily complex.
    The NYPD is beginning a pilot program outfitting about 60 cops with body cameras. That is a tiny fraction of the 35,000-strong police force, but it has the potential to drastically change the way policing occurs in our city and encourage best behavior on both sides of the camera. Commissioner Bill Bratton said putting body cameras on officers in extraordinarily complex.
  • Back to school for NYC students

    Back to school for NYC students

    Thursday, September 4 2014 2:00 PM EDT2014-09-04 18:00:14 GMT
    More than 1.1 million students in New York City went back to school on Thursday following the summer break.Mayor Bill de Blasio greeted some of them in all five boroughs including students and staff at Inner Force Tots in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. Among the changes this year, earlier start times to accommodate professional development and parent meetings.
    More than 1.1 million students in New York City went back to school on Thursday following the summer break.Mayor Bill de Blasio greeted some of them in all five boroughs including students and staff at Inner Force Tots in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. Among the changes this year, earlier start times to accommodate professional development and parent meetings.
  • New York newspaper won't use Washington Redskins name

    New York newspaper sacks Washington nickname

    Thursday, September 4 2014 11:00 AM EDT2014-09-04 15:00:30 GMT
    One of the nation's largest newspapers says it will no longer use the name Redskins when writing about Washington's NFL team.
    One of the nation's largest newspapers says it will no longer use the name Redskins when writing about Washington's NFL team.
  • 311 callers to get NYPD callback

    311 callers to get NYPD callback

    Thursday, September 4 2014 6:56 AM EDT2014-09-04 10:56:45 GMT
    New Yorkers who call 311 to report quality-of-life violations will get a call back from police asking if the problem was handled to their satisfaction. The NYPD reportedly issued an order last month making it clear the department believes a little customer service could go a long way to improve community relations.
    New Yorkers who call 311 to report quality-of-life violations will get a call back from police asking if the problem was handled to their satisfaction. The NYPD reportedly issued an order last month making it clear the department believes a little customer service could go a long way to improve community relations.
  • Michael Bloomberg returning to lead Bloomberg LP

    Michael Bloomberg returning to lead Bloomberg LP

    Wednesday, September 3 2014 10:39 PM EDT2014-09-04 02:39:55 GMT
    Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is returning to lead the financial data and news company he founded in 1981 but left to serve three terms in City Hall. Bloomberg LP said Wednesday current CEO Daniel Doctoroff will step down at the end of the year.
    Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is returning to lead the financial data and news company he founded in 1981 but left to serve three terms in City Hall. Bloomberg LP said Wednesday current CEO Daniel Doctoroff will step down at the end of the year.
  • 9 pre-K sites closed; dozens others delayed

    9 pre-K sites closed; dozens others delayed

    Wednesday, September 3 2014 6:18 AM EDT2014-09-03 10:18:53 GMT
    Universal pre-K has been a priority for Mayor Bill de Blasio since he took office. But two days before the start of school, De Blasio announced that nine pre-K schools will stay closed and 36 others will be delayed due to safety concerns and slow construction. One of the centers is in Washington Heights where 265 students will have to go elsewhere.
    Universal pre-K has been a priority for Mayor Bill de Blasio since he took office. But two days before the start of school, De Blasio announced that nine pre-K schools will stay closed and 36 others will be delayed due to safety concerns and slow construction. One of the centers is in Washington Heights where 265 students will have to go elsewhere.
  • Times Square, 1 WTC go gold for childhood cancer awareness

    Times Square, 1 WTC go gold for childhood cancer awareness

    Tuesday, September 2 2014 10:20 PM EDT2014-09-03 02:20:23 GMT
    Things are looking up for cute little Cami King. Not only is her cancer in remission, she also just got to meet Mickey, Minnie and Elmo in Times Square. But, if you can believe it, there's something else this 4-year-old is even more excited about: Times Square is going gold. The chairman of the Times Square Advertising Coalition announced the crossroads of the world is going to light up in gold to raise awareness for pediatric cancer research.
    Things are looking up for cute little Cami King. Not only is her cancer in remission, she also just got to meet Mickey, Minnie and Elmo in Times Square. But, if you can believe it, there's something else this 4-year-old is even more excited about: Times Square is going gold. The chairman of the Times Square Advertising Coalition announced the crossroads of the world is going to light up in gold to raise awareness for pediatric cancer research.
  • Man arrested in Central Park bias attack

    Man arrested in Central Park bias attack

    Sunday, August 31 2014 4:04 PM EDT2014-08-31 20:04:10 GMT
    Police say a man has been charged and arrested for his involvement in a Central Park hate-crime assault. According to the NYPD, 20-year-old Edward Fall, shot a 36-year-old female jogger with a pellet gun and was part of a group of people who the jogger said made anti-white statements against her.
    Police say a man has been charged and arrested for his involvement in a Central Park hate-crime assault. According to the NYPD, 20-year-old Edward Fall, shot a 36-year-old female jogger with a pellet gun and was part of a group of people who the jogger said made anti-white statements against her.
  • Mayor: NYC will learn from 2004 RNC 'mistakes'

    Mayor: NYC will learn from 2004 RNC 'mistakes'

    Wednesday, August 27 2014 6:35 AM EDT2014-08-27 10:35:46 GMT
    Brooklyn's final pitch to hold the 2016 Democratic national convention was centered on New York City's robust mass transit system -- and a pledge to learn "from the mistakes" from the last time the city hosted a presidential convention. The Republicans gathered in New York in 2004 to re-nominate President George W. Bush, choosing to meet in deep-blue Manhattan less than three years after the Sept. 11 terror attacks.
    Brooklyn's final pitch to hold the 2016 Democratic national convention was centered on New York City's robust mass transit system -- and a pledge to learn "from the mistakes" from the last time the city hosted a presidential convention. The Republicans gathered in New York in 2004 to re-nominate President George W. Bush, choosing to meet in deep-blue Manhattan less than three years after the Sept. 11 terror attacks.
  • Friday Night Live: August 15, 2014

    Friday Night Live: August 15, 2014

    Friday, August 15 2014 10:53 PM EDT2014-08-16 02:53:10 GMT

    This is Fox 5's Friday Night Live, a weekly celebration of the end of the work week. All summer long, the Fox 5 team brings you the latest in entertainment, nightlife, food, and music in our area. In this jam-packed episode: Kellan Lutz, Annie Thorisdottor, National Roller Coaster Day, DJ Paola Shea, Ben Daitz and Ratha Chaupoly.

    This is Fox 5's Friday Night Live, a weekly celebration of the end of the work week. All summer long, the Fox 5 team brings you the latest in entertainment, nightlife, food, and music in our area. In this jam-packed episode: Kellan Lutz, Annie Thorisdottor, National Roller Coaster Day, DJ Paola Shea, Ben Daitz and Ratha Chaupoly.


  • Friday Night Live: August 8, 2014

    Friday Night Live: August 8, 2014

    Friday, August 8 2014 10:33 PM EDT2014-08-09 02:33:05 GMT
    This is Fox 5's Friday Night Live, a weekly celebration of the end of the work week. All summer long, the Fox 5 team brings you the latest in entertainment, nightlife, food, and music in our area. In this jam-packed episode: D.J. Kaz, MKTO, classic cars show, Mario Cantone, and Ariana Grinblat.
    This is Fox 5's Friday Night Live, a weekly celebration of the end of the work week. All summer long, the Fox 5 team brings you the latest in entertainment, nightlife, food, and music in our area. In this jam-packed episode: D.J. Kaz, MKTO, classic cars show, Mario Cantone, and Ariana Grinblat.
  • Naked in Times Square

    Naked in Times Square

    Friday, August 8 2014 10:20 PM EDT2014-08-09 02:20:27 GMT
    The young women on the other end of the outburst "Hello! You're wrong! Go put on some clothes!" posed in the August evening air wearing only shoes, a thong and a smile."Where do you see naked girls out in the street, right?" says Ruby Torres. In Times Square, evidently, where Ruby and a rotating cast of 15 other girls collect tips for their manager, a man who says he learned the art of body painting as a child.
    The young women on the other end of the outburst "Hello! You're wrong! Go put on some clothes!" posed in the August evening air wearing only shoes, a thong and a smile."Where do you see naked girls out in the street, right?" says Ruby Torres. In Times Square, evidently, where Ruby and a rotating cast of 15 other girls collect tips for their manager, a man who says he learned the art of body painting as a child.
  • LL Cool J stays true to hip hop roots

    LL Cool J stays true to hip hop roots

    Friday, August 1 2014 10:38 PM EDT2014-08-02 02:38:22 GMT
    EXCLUSIVE -- LL Cool J grew and evolved from a hip hop artist out of Hollis, Queens, to a Hollywood TV and movie star. But he always stayed true to hip hop culture. We'd see him backstage at concerts just hanging out with us, so when I heard he was back in New York for the summer I had to find out why. I tracked him down to a Midtown Manhattan recording studio for this exclusive interview.
    EXCLUSIVE -- LL Cool J grew and evolved from a hip hop artist out of Hollis, Queens, to a Hollywood TV and movie star. But he always stayed true to hip hop culture. We'd see him backstage at concerts just hanging out with us, so when I heard he was back in New York for the summer I had to find out why. I tracked him down to a Midtown Manhattan recording studio for this exclusive interview.
  • Friday Night Live: August 1, 2014

    Friday Night Live: August 1, 2014

    Friday, August 1 2014 10:28 PM EDT2014-08-02 02:28:04 GMT
    This is Fox 5's Friday Night Live, a weekly celebration of the end of the work week. All summer long, the Fox 5 team brings you the latest in entertainment, nightlife, food, and music in our area. In this jam-packed episode: an exclusive interview with superstar LL Cool J, a helicopter tour over New York City, dishing on celebrity relationships, and sexier breakfast with Chef Mark Bailey.
    This is Fox 5's Friday Night Live, a weekly celebration of the end of the work week. All summer long, the Fox 5 team brings you the latest in entertainment, nightlife, food, and music in our area. In this jam-packed episode: an exclusive interview with superstar LL Cool J, a helicopter tour over New York City, dishing on celebrity relationships, and sexier breakfast with Chef Mark Bailey.
  • The Big Idea

    Making New York City more energy efficient

    Making New York City more energy efficient

    Tuesday, July 29 2014 9:22 AM EDT2014-07-29 13:22:47 GMT
    More than half the population of New York City rides public transportation to work. No other metropolis in this country even approaches that percentage or the MTA's total number of riders. For that reason, New York likely ranks as the most energy-efficient city in the nation. But what would it take to make the city even more energy-efficient or even self-sufficient?
    More than half the population of New York City rides public transportation to work. No other metropolis in this country even approaches that percentage or the MTA's total number of riders. For that reason, New York likely ranks as the most energy-efficient city in the nation. But what would it take to make the city even more energy-efficient or even self-sufficient?
  • Friday Night Live: July 25, 2014

    Friday Night Live: July 25, 2014

    Friday, July 25 2014 10:31 PM EDT2014-07-26 02:31:59 GMT
    This is Fox 5's Friday Night Live, a weekly celebration of the end of the work week. All summer long, the Fox 5 team brings you the latest in entertainment, nightlife, food, and music in our area. In this jam-packed episode: QuickChek New Jersey Festival of Ballooning, Stephen "Twitch" Boss, actress Mary Lynn Rajskub, and Michael Chernow and Chef Daniel Holzman of the Meatball Shop.
    This is Fox 5's Friday Night Live, a weekly celebration of the end of the work week. All summer long, the Fox 5 team brings you the latest in entertainment, nightlife, food, and music in our area. In this jam-packed episode: QuickChek New Jersey Festival of Ballooning, Stephen "Twitch" Boss, actress Mary Lynn Rajskub, and Michael Chernow and Chef Daniel Holzman of the Meatball Shop.
  • Friday Night Live: July 18, 2014

    Friday Night Live: July 18, 2014

    Friday, July 18 2014 10:27 PM EDT2014-07-19 02:27:23 GMT

    This is Fox 5's Friday Night Live, a weekly celebration of the end of the work week. All summer long, the Fox 5 team brings you the latest in entertainment, nightlife, food, and music in our area. In this jam-packed episode: Angie Martinez, Red Bull Global Rallycross, Baruch Shemtov, and James Briscione and Brooke Parkhurst of The Couples Kitchen.

    This is Fox 5's Friday Night Live, a weekly celebration of the end of the work week. All summer long, the Fox 5 team brings you the latest in entertainment, nightlife, food, and music in our area. In this jam-packed episode: Angie Martinez, Red Bull Global Rallycross, Baruch Shemtov, and James Briscione and Brooke Parkhurst of The Couples Kitchen.

  • Friday Night Live: July 11, 2014

    Friday Night Live: July 11, 2014

    Friday, July 11 2014 10:58 PM EDT2014-07-12 02:58:58 GMT
    This is Fox 5's Friday Night Live, a weekly celebration of the end of the work week. All summer long, the Fox 5 team brings you the latest in entertainment, nightlife, food, and music in our area.
    This is Fox 5's Friday Night Live, a weekly celebration of the end of the work week. All summer long, the Fox 5 team brings you the latest in entertainment, nightlife, food, and music in our area.
  • Bird's eye view of 1 World Trade Center

    Bird's eye view of 1 World Trade Center

    Thursday, July 10 2014 12:11 PM EDT2014-07-10 16:11:00 GMT

    Check out some amazing video and photos of the very top of the new 1 World Trade Center!

    Check out some amazing video and photos of the very top of the new 1 World Trade Center!

  • NYC pre-kindergarten slots

    NYC pre-kindergarten slots

    Tuesday, July 1 2014 5:05 PM EDT2014-07-01 21:05:12 GMT
    New York City parents can still apply for pre-kindergarten. At this time, pre-kindergarten programs provided by community organizations. They have a variety of programs, some half-day and some full-day. These are approved by the Department of Education.
    New York City parents can still apply for pre-kindergarten. At this time, pre-kindergarten programs provided by community organizations. They have a variety of programs, some half-day and some full-day. These are approved by the Department of Education.
  • The Big Idea

    Can you fight a hurricane?

    Can you fight a hurricane?

    Monday, June 23 2014 10:24 PM EDT2014-06-24 02:24:11 GMT
    Superstorm Sandy turned this region upside down, destroying homes, obliterating businesses, ruining coastlines, and uprooting lives. Like so many, I watched as Sandy reduced our beach-side towns to rubble. In the two years that have passed, the focus has been on rebuilding getting people back on their feet. But what if you could fight Mother Nature?Hurricanes are fueled by the heat and energy in warm ocean water.
    Superstorm Sandy turned this region upside down, destroying homes, obliterating businesses, ruining coastlines, and uprooting lives. Like so many, I watched as Sandy reduced our beach-side towns to rubble. In the two years that have passed, the focus has been on rebuilding getting people back on their feet. But what if you could fight Mother Nature?Hurricanes are fueled by the heat and energy in warm ocean water.
  • Ed Sheeran plays multiple shows in 1 day

    Ed Sheeran plays multiple shows in 1 day

    Friday, June 13 2014 10:32 PM EDT2014-06-14 02:32:37 GMT
    Three-time Grammy nominee Ed Sheeran performed for a small group of fans at the Empire State Building Friday morning before surprising his nearly 10 million Twitter followers with a show at Rockefeller Plaza in the afternoon. This all happened before he took the stage at Ellis Island in the evening.
    Three-time Grammy nominee Ed Sheeran performed for a small group of fans at the Empire State Building Friday morning before surprising his nearly 10 million Twitter followers with a show at Rockefeller Plaza in the afternoon. This all happened before he took the stage at Ellis Island in the evening.
  • Friday Night Live: June 13, 2014

    Friday Night Live: June 13, 2014

    Friday, June 13 2014 10:27 PM EDT2014-06-14 02:27:19 GMT
    Friday Night LiveFriday Night Live
    This is Fox 5's inaugural edition of Friday Night Live, a weekly celebration of the end of the work week. All summer long, the Fox 5 team will bring you the latest in entertainment, nightlife, food, and music in our area. In this episode, we check out these topics: Ed Sheeran in concert, getting tattooed on Friday the 13th, hot real estate for millionaires, things to do this weekend, and signature dishes and cocktails from Chef Roble Ali.
    This is Fox 5's inaugural edition of Friday Night Live, a weekly celebration of the end of the work week. All summer long, the Fox 5 team will bring you the latest in entertainment, nightlife, food, and music in our area. In this episode, we check out these topics: Ed Sheeran in concert, getting tattooed on Friday the 13th, hot real estate for millionaires, things to do this weekend, and signature dishes and cocktails from Chef Roble Ali.
  • Columbia student gets surprise at graduation

    Columbia student gets surprise at graduation

    Friday, May 30 2014 10:01 AM EDT2014-05-30 14:01:16 GMT
    A graduating senior at Columbia University got a surprise during a graduation ceremony. The moment brought her to tears.Columbia Engineering School senior Ruby Robinson finished her course work for her major in computer science.The joy of achieving her degree became bittersweet as Ruby’s father, US. Army Reserve Captain Keith Robinson, has been deployed for the past six months in northern Afghanistan. Two weeks ago he told Ruby he was not going to be able to attend her graduation.A last minut...
    A graduating senior at Columbia University got a surprise during a graduation ceremony. The moment brought her to tears.Columbia Engineering School senior Ruby Robinson finished her course work for her major in computer science.The joy of achieving her degree became bittersweet as Ruby’s father, US. Army Reserve Captain Keith Robinson, has been deployed for the past six months in northern Afghanistan. Two weeks ago he told Ruby he was not going to be able to attend her graduation.A last minut...
  • Sept 11 museum takes action on gift shop criticism

    Sept 11 museum takes action on gift shop criticism

    Thursday, May 29 2014 6:37 AM EDT2014-05-29 10:37:25 GMT
    Responding to criticism, National September 11 Memorial Museum officials say victims' families will be consulted regarding merchandise on sale in its gift shop. Memorial Foundation President Joe Daniels says the museum will enlist the help of 9/11 family members who sit on the foundation's board in vetting the products.
    Responding to criticism, National September 11 Memorial Museum officials say victims' families will be consulted regarding merchandise on sale in its gift shop. Memorial Foundation President Joe Daniels says the museum will enlist the help of 9/11 family members who sit on the foundation's board in vetting the products.
  • The Big Idea

    3D printing revolutionizing medicine and more

    3D printing revolutionizing medicine and more

    Tuesday, May 20 2014 10:46 AM EDT2014-05-20 14:46:59 GMT
    Imagine it. Design it. Hold it in your hands. Technology first introduced in the 1980s is now open to a whole new market with 3D printers regularly available for less than $2,000. It's creating a wave of innovation and new competition among entrepreneurs like Jerry Castanos. He just opened 3D Heights, a full-service printing lab in Washington Heights. Among his top clients are med students at nearby Columbia University.
    Imagine it. Design it. Hold it in your hands. Technology first introduced in the 1980s is now open to a whole new market with 3D printers regularly available for less than $2,000. It's creating a wave of innovation and new competition among entrepreneurs like Jerry Castanos. He just opened 3D Heights, a full-service printing lab in Washington Heights. Among his top clients are med students at nearby Columbia University.
  • Backstage at 'Beautiful: The Carole King Musical'

    Backstage at 'Beautiful: The Carole King Musical'

    Tuesday, April 29 2014 10:30 PM EDT2014-04-30 02:30:21 GMT
    Jessie Mueller shares Carole King's timeless melodies with a modern audience, portraying the music legend in "Beautiful: The Carole King Musical." Jessie welcomed us into her dressing room minutes before performing another sold-out show. She looked back on how she won the role that lead to a Tony Award nomination, announced Tuesday.
    Jessie Mueller shares Carole King's timeless melodies with a modern audience, portraying the music legend in "Beautiful: The Carole King Musical." Jessie welcomed us into her dressing room minutes before performing another sold-out show. She looked back on how she won the role that lead to a Tony Award nomination, announced Tuesday.
  • New York City’s largest antique show at Pier 94

    New York City’s largest antique show at Pier 94

    Saturday, March 29 2014 7:11 PM EDT2014-03-29 23:11:02 GMT
    New York City’s largest antique show is back at Pier 94. The 'Pier Antique Show' kicked off Saturday with more than 400 exhibitors .Organizers say you can find pieces from the 18th century through the 1980's including paintings, jewelry, clothing, and furniture.
    New York City’s largest antique show is back at Pier 94. The 'Pier Antique Show' kicked off Saturday with more than 400 exhibitors .Organizers say you can find pieces from the 18th century through the 1980's including paintings, jewelry, clothing, and furniture.
  • Friday Night Live: June 20, 2014

    Friday Night Live: June 20, 2014

    Friday, July 11 2014 6:51 PM EDT2014-07-11 22:51:09 GMT
    This is Fox 5's Friday Night Live, a weekly celebration of the end of the work week. All summer long, the Fox 5 team brings you the latest in entertainment, nightlife, food, and music in our area.
    This is Fox 5's Friday Night Live, a weekly celebration of the end of the work week. All summer long, the Fox 5 team brings you the latest in entertainment, nightlife, food, and music in our area.
  • Friday Night Live: June 27, 2014

    Friday Night Live: June 27, 2014

    Friday, July 11 2014 6:51 PM EDT2014-07-11 22:51:09 GMT
    This is Fox 5's Friday Night Live, a weekly celebration of the end of the work week. All summer long, the Fox 5 team brings you the latest in entertainment, nightlife, food, and music in our area.In this episode, Lidia Curanaj basically asks Adam Levine if he was afraid of playing a character that is kind of a d-bag.Plus Christal Young shows you why you need to check out the High Line, like, NOW.Then gossip king Perez Hilton talks about the about the crazy dare on Howard Stern's show, his alb...
    This is Fox 5's Friday Night Live, a weekly celebration of the end of the work week. All summer long, the Fox 5 team brings you the latest in entertainment, nightlife, food, and music in our area.In this episode, Lidia Curanaj basically asks Adam Levine if he was afraid of playing a character that is kind of a d-bag.Plus Christal Young shows you why you need to check out the High Line, like, NOW.Then gossip king Perez Hilton talks about the about the crazy dare on Howard Stern's show, his alb...
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