Manhattan Fire officials say 19 people are injured, four in critical condition, following an explosion and building collapse in the East Village. Updated 09:53 PM
Tensions between Jews and Muslims are high in parts of the world, but program aimed at children in New York is trying to bridge the gap.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio, Fire Commissioner Daniel Nigro, NYC Office of Emergency Management Commissioner Joseph Esposito and other officials address the media after an explosion and building collapse in the East Village.
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Authorities Look Into How Pair Scaled Triborough Bridge Undetected
New York City
An investigation is underway after some incredible pictures posted by Animal New York were credited to two people who apparently scaled the RFK Triborough Bridge last week without being detected. 07:16 PM
Parents of Nazareth Nursery Montessori Plan to Sue Over School Closing
One of New York City's oldest pre-schools is closing this summer, and parents aren't happy about it. 02:56 PM
Parishioners of East Village Church Rally to Try and Keep It from Closing
The Church of the Nativity in the East Village is one of hundreds to be closed or merged by the New York Archdiocese. 03/25/2015 11:05 PM
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NY1 For You: Company Resolves Clerical Error for Queens Commercial Property Owner
One Queens commercial property owner is relieved after NY1 For You helped her to clear up a costly error. 07:23 PM
From the Floor PM: American Apparel Sales Decline, Streaming Apps on Rise
Time Warner Cable News wraps up the day on Wall Street from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. 05:31 PM
NY1 From the Floor AM: Tesla Stock Loses Power Over UK Charge Stations Suit
NY1 previews the day on Wall Street from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. 07:36 AM
NY1 Online: The Call 3/25/15
John Schiumo hosts the March 25, 2015 episode of The Call.
03/25/2015 10:59 PM
Greenwich Village's Caffe Dante Closed
Caffe Dante had been open on MacDougal Street since 1915, but its doors are now shuttered and padlocked. 03/25/2015 09:04 PM
Police Seek Pair Who Allegedly Took More Than $7K in Series of ATM Burglaries
Police are looking for two men who they say stole more than $7,000 in a series of ATM burglaries. 03/25/2015 07:27 PM
Labor Leaders Mark 104 Years Since Deadly Fire at Greenwich Village Factory
One hundred and forty-six workers were killed at the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory on March 25th, 1911. 03/25/2015 05:30 PM
New Manhattan Area Code Needed to Meet Demand
With a growing population and a need for more phone numbers there's a push to create yet another area code for the city by the end of 2017. 03/25/2015 12:37 PM
UWS Exhibit Sings Praise to Old Blue Eyes
The New York Public Library of Performing Arts at Lincoln Center is featuring a new exhibit featuring 100 years of Frank Sinatra history, memorabilia, never before seen photos and paintings. 03/25/2015 12:08 PM
Picasso Work May Fetch Auction Record This Spring
Christie's auction house in Manhattan will be offering up Picasso's "Women of Algiers, Version O" for an estimated $140 million in May. 03/25/2015 11:32 AM
Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire Victims Remembered at Memorial
A memorial ceremony was held Wednesday morning to mark 104 years since the deadly Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire in Greenwich Village. 03/25/2015 07:35 AM
Teens Caught Riding Outside of Subway Car in Dangerous Stunt
New York City
It's something transit officials say you should never do, but three children were caught on camera riding on the back of a subway train in Manhattan. 03/24/2015 11:45 PM
Prosecutor, Key Defense Witness Have Heated Exchanges in Case Against Man Accused of Murdering Etan Patz
There were heated exchanges Tuesday between the prosecutor and one of the defense's key witnesses in the case against accused Etan Patz murderer Pedro Hernandez. 03/24/2015 09:57 PM
Dominican Day Parade Director Removed
Nelson Peña, the longtime director of the Domincan Parade, has been removed from his post in a deal made with attorney general Eric Schniederman. Updated 03/24/2015 08:26 PM
Harlem Community Denounces Recent Spike in Violence
One week after a 76-year-old woman was grazed by a bullet outside a Harlem supermarket, members of the community are calling attention to recent violence in the area. 03/24/2015 06:45 AM
Governor: Queens Midtown Tunnel In for Sandy-Related Repairs
New York City
Governor Andrew Cuomo says the MTA will award $236 million to a construction firm Wednesday to begin rebuilding the crossing. 03/23/2015 07:14 PM
Stair Climb Event at 1WTC Will Help Support Injured Military Veterans
Climbers will be heading up to the 90th floor, or 180 flights of stairs, at the event organized by the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation and the Captain Billy Burke Foundation. 03/23/2015 05:57 PM
Cathedral High Billiard Club Enjoys Table Donation
Shooting pool in school is cool at one Manhattan High School thanks to a generous donation. 03/23/2015 01:33 PM
Police Search for Woman in Connection with Armed Robbery
The NYPD is asking for help identifying a woman they say is responsible for an armed robbery and an attempted robbery in Manhattan. 03/22/2015 10:41 AM
Historic Subway Inn Opens in New Location
A famous Manhattan dive bar, Subway Inn, is back on track at a new location. 03/21/2015 04:01 PM
Officials: Man Assaulted PATH Train Conductor While Trying to Steal His Keys
Police say 24-year-old Joseph Cannon is facing charges that include assault and attempted robbery. 03/21/2015 01:27 AM
Subway Inn Gets Back on Track
The Subway Inn is pouring once again at its new location on 60th Street and Second Avenue. Updated 03/21/2015 01:19 AM
Horace Mann Student to Present Invention to President at White House
The Bronx
A Horace Mann student is headed to the White House, thanks to an invention that helps stop Alzheimer's patients from wandering. 03/20/2015 11:37 PM
Jurors in Hernandez Trial See Interview With Convicted Child Molester With Links to Patz Family
Jurors in the murder trial of the man accused of killing Etan Patz have already seen one man confess on tape to killing the little boy more than 30 years ago, but now, they're also seeing an interview with a man Etan's family has long considered a suspect. 03/20/2015 08:59 PM

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