Wednesday, March 12, 2014
The Civilian Complaint Review Board says reports of police misconduct, including those related to stop and frisk, fell six percent between 2012 and 2013.
State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli says he is mostly on board with Mayor Bill de Blasio's preliminary $74 billion budget, calling it a "strong starting point" for the mayor but cautions the effect new labor contracts may have on the overall financial picture.
During an interview with the press Wednesday, Knicks player Carmelo Anthony let it slip that legendary coach Phil Jackson will become the team's new president of basketball operations.
Do-it-yourself tech projects allow for people to now make their own gadgets and turn unused computer parts into pieces of art.
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NY1 wraps up the day on Wall Street from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
NY1 previews the day on Wall Street from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
Mark Peters, the commissioner of the city's Department of Investigation, joined Inside City Hall to discuss how his watchdog agency is looking at possible reforms for the city's much-maligned Board of Elections.
THE CALL EPISODES
John Schiumo hosts the March 11, 2014 episode of The Call.
03/11/2014 10:35 PM
A valuable Norman Rockwell painting that went missing from a storage space in Queens last year may have been found in New Jersey, according to a published report. 1:07 PM
Housing advocates and resident of New York City Housing Developments discuss new report about mold and other maintenance issues attributed to damage from Hurricane Sandy. Updated 2:55 PM
The number of people sleeping in a city shelter rose seven percent to more than 53,000 per night, the highest number ever recorded, according to a new Coalition for the Homeless report. 9:01 AM
Mayor Bill de Blasio and Police Commissioner William Bratton say that there was a 10-day period in February where there were no murders at all in the city, something that they say has never happened since the New York City Police Department started keeping records. 03/11/2014 11:17 PM
President Barack Obama visited the city Tuesday to attend a pair of fundraisers in Manhattan and also made a surprise stop at the Gap on 42nd Street. Updated 03/11/2014 09:45 PM
ESPN reports that the Brooklyn Nets will sign Jason Collins, the first openly gay athlete to compete in one of the four major American sports leagues, for the rest of the season. Updated 03/11/2014 11:44 PM
Two pharmacy owners and a supervising pharmacist were arrested Tuesday in a multi-million-dollar prescription drug fraud case in which investigators say the suspects bought medicine back from patients. Updated 03/11/2014 07:32 PM
Many New Yorkers took a break from their normal routines to soak up some rays outside Tuesday, and Mayor Bill de Blasio was among them, as his stroll around City Hall ended with an impromptu conversation with reporters on the building's steps, which seemed to give the mayor a chance to try and improve his relationship with the Fourth Estate. Updated 03/11/2014 07:04 PM
This week, nearly 28,000 students will find out whether they scored high enough on a test to earn a spot at one of the city's eight specialized high schools, but this year's eighth graders could be the last to go through that process. 03/11/2014 09:02 PM
City dwellers were able to shed some heavy winter layers Tuesday as a brief wave of warm weather served as a reminder that spring is just around the corner. Updated 03/11/2014 08:27 PM
A London man who served prison time for plotting shoe bomb attacks on planes continued his testimony in the federal trial of Osama bin Laden's son-in-law, but with the current news of a missing Malaysian Airlines flight, his testimony definitely raised a lot of eyebrows. 03/11/2014 09:42 PM
The city Health Department says three new cases of measles have been discovered in the city, bringing the total number of cases to 19. 03/11/2014 02:35 PM
The Central Labor Council sent a letter to the mayor urging him to drop his bid to ban horse carriages in the city, saying they are a top tourist attraction that generates millions of dollars in revenue. 03/11/2014 01:55 PM
The head of the Queens Public Library is now under a federal investigation, a probe that is expected to take a deep look at how much money it spends on renovations, but nonetheless, the library's CEO was at the City Council Tuesday to make his case for more public dollars in the city budget. 03/11/2014 07:51 PM
An elderly woman is dead and an investigation now under way after a fire broke out inside a Seventh Avenue apartment building in Chelsea early Tuesday morning. Updated 03/11/2014 12:05 PM
A battle between Lower East Side developers and the operators of a community garden for children is now heading to court. 03/11/2014 02:49 PM
Police are on the hunt for a man who is believed to have ripped off at least 10 women in an apartment scam in the East Village. Updated 03/11/2014 02:29 PM
Police in the Bronx say the death of a person found inside a burned-out car Tuesday morning is suspicious. 03/11/2014 12:43 PM
Police have a arrested a 28-year-old New Jersey woman after sources say she performed unlicensed plastic surgery on a woman who showed seizure-like symptoms inside a Manhattan hotel back in July. Updated 03/11/2014 01:48 PM
Nearly 20,000 people will hit the pavement this weekend for the annual New York City Half Marathon including one woman who will be running toward the finish line for both a good and personal cause. Updated 03/11/2014 11:59 AM
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