New York City Citing a "extraordinary response by Sanitation" Mayor Bill de Blasio on Tuesday praised the city's response to a weaker than expected winter storm that dumped about a half a foot of snow across the five boroughs. Updated 05:04 PM
Time lapse camera's captured 15 hours of snowy action at Columbus Circle, begining with the storm's infancy Tuesday afternoon and eventual accumulations, high winds and dwindling traffic.
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A 37-year-old man is in critical but stable condition after being shot by police Monday night when police were called to a dispute at the Vladeck Houses.
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Few Commuters at Penn Station as Final LIRR Trains Leave Before Shutdown
NY1's Pat Kiernan explored Penn Station as the final Long Island Rail Road trains were leaving before the transit shutdown Monday night. 12:06 AM
Volunteers Help City Seniors Prepare For Storm
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With a winter storm looming, hundreds of volunteers with the non-profit organization DOROT were out Sunday helping some of the city's most vulnerable seniors prepare. 01/26/2015 10:14 AM
Two Dead in Murder-Suicide at Chelsea Home Depot
Police are investigating after a Home Depot employee fatally shot his supervisor and then himself in Chelsea Sunday afternoon. Updated 01/26/2015 07:07 AM
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01/22/2015 11:20 PM
NY1 For You: Inadequate Heating Has Harlem Tenants Shivering
While some tenants in the city struggle without any heat, there are others who have heat but not nearly enough. NY1's Susan Jhun found one building in Harlem where residents say they receive so little heat, they may as well not have any at all. 06:44 PM
On Stage [Full Program] 01/24/15
Donna Karger hosts the January 24, 2015 edition of On Stage. 04:51 PM
It Ain't Rocket Science, January 2015
Adam Balkin hosts Time Warner Cable's monthly STEM round-up from CES 2015, which features a look at what the latest innovations in tech mean for students today; the kickoff of the 2015 FIRST Robotics competition; a look at what one University of Texas graduate is doing to advance the biomedical field by building a human heart; and a visit with some young STEM enthusiasts in North Carolina at the Marbles Museum who are learning the basics of engineering. 02:54 PM
NY1 Online: The Call 1/22/15
John Schiumo hosts the January 22, 2015 episode of The Call.
01/23/2015 05:33 PM
MTA Construction Halts Service on a Dozen Subway Lines
The MTA is conducting construction work on a dozen different subway lines this weekend. 01/25/2015 11:02 AM
High School Actors Tackle Subject of Sexual Assault in New Play
Governor Andrew Cuomo has been targeting sexual assaults on college campus, and there's a growing movement among high school girls to support this initiative. 01/24/2015 08:00 PM
Water Main Break Impacts Service of Some Residents on Manhattan's West Side
A water main break in Hell's Kitchen affected residents along Manhattan's lower West Side Friday evening. Updated 01/24/2015 10:28 AM
City Issues Snow Alert in Preparation for Wintry Weather
The city says it is ready for the wintry weather expected this weekend. Updated 01/24/2015 02:22 AM
Adam Clayton Powell IV Declares Intention to Run for Congress
Charles Rangel has promised that this is his last term and he will retire in 2016, and there is already a declared candidate to replace him whose name is well-known in Harlem. 01/24/2015 01:02 AM
City Plans to Build New Animal Adoption Center in Manhattan
The city plans to build a new animal adoption center on the site of an unused garage adjacent to the current Manhattan Care Center on 110th Street in East Harlem. 01/23/2015 04:07 PM
Marina at Heart of Battery Park City Under New Management
The neighborhood's board voted to award Brookfield Property Partners with a 10-year contract to operate North Cove Marina. 01/23/2015 02:42 AM
Longtime Supporters of Silver In His District Have Varied Views on Charges
In Sheldon Silver's neighborhood on Manhattan's Lower East Side, he's still finding a lot of support, but many are also expressing disappointment. 01/23/2015 02:13 AM
Assembly Speaker Silver Arrested on Corruption Charges
New York State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver was taken into FBI custody Thursday on federal corruption charges related to kickbacks he allegedly received while working for a city law firm. Updated 01/22/2015 08:50 PM
Smoke From NJ Apartment Complex Fire Seen Across City
It's still not clear what sparked a huge fire at an apartment complex in Edgewater, New Jersey Wednesday that sent out plumes of smoke that could be seen and smelled here in the city. 01/22/2015 09:38 AM
Two Dead in Midtown Shooting
Two people are dead following a shooting incident in Midtown that took place late Wednesday evening. Updated 01/22/2015 06:50 AM
Worker Killed After Falling Down Manhattan Elevator Shaft
A construction worker was killed Wednesday after falling down an elevator shaft on 70th Street between Broadway and Columbus Avenue. Updated 01/22/2015 01:02 AM
Worker Rescued After Being Trapped in Hole at Lower East Side Construction Site
A worker was rescued Wednesday after being trapped in a hole at a construction site on the Lower East Side. 01/21/2015 06:51 PM
Seaport Museum's Queen Mary Model Begins Journey to California
A project is underway to remove a model of the Queen Mary cruise ship from the South Street Seaport Museum so it can be loaned to the actual ship stationed in Long Beach, California. Updated 01/21/2015 06:11 PM
Latest Hudson Yards Office Tower Set to Rise
Workers broke ground this week on a Manhattan office tower that will eventually be part of the largest private real estate development in the United States. 01/21/2015 12:50 PM
NYPD: Man Fatally Stabbed Inside Midtown Deli
Police in Midtown are investigating after a 36-year-old man was fatally stabbed inside a deli Tuesday night that may have stemmed from an argument. 01/21/2015 11:50 AM
New York Boat Show Sails Into Javits Center
Everything from luxury yachts to fishing gear will be on display starting Wednesday as the New York Boat Show sails into the Javits Center in Manhattan. 01/20/2015 01:16 PM
Mayor Confirms Pope's Plans to Visit NYC in September
The independent website Catholic News Agency says it has been told by a member of the tour organizing committee that Pope Francis' visit to the U.S. this fall will include several stops in the city including a speech at the UN General Assembly and a mass celebration possibly at Madison Square Garden. Updated 01/20/2015 01:35 AM
Protesters March Against Police Brutality on MLK Jr. Day
Some spent part of Martin Luther King Jr. Day marching in their own protest, geared toward ending police brutality. 01/19/2015 11:16 PM
Veterans of Segregation Era Share Their Stories in Honor of MLK Jr.
A group of young volunteers spent the morning remembering Dr. Martin Luther King alongside a group of elderly New Yorkers, who experienced segregation and the Civil Rights movement firsthand. 01/19/2015 11:10 PM

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