New York City A new report by City Comptroller Scott Stringer finds that over the last 11 years, the city spent an average of $1.8 million to clean up every inch of snow that fell. Updated 06:06 AM
The family of a Brooklyn man shot and killed by police in November reportedly is expected to take the first step toward suing the city today.
06:43 AM
Police are hoping two new surveillance videos help catch the killer of a Brooklyn store worker shot over the weekend.
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Race On to Succeed Silver as Speaker
New York State
With Sheldon Silver being pushed aside by his fellow Democrats in the state Assembly, the race is on to succeed him as speaker. 01/28/2015 08:02 PM
Motorcyclist Accused of Starting 2013 Confrontation on Henry Hudson Parkway Pleads Guilty
The motorcyclist accused of starting a confrontation between bikers and an SUV driver on the Henry Hudson Parkway pleaded guilty Wednesday. 01/28/2015 11:11 PM
Snowstorm Leaves Lasting Chill on City's Economy
New York City
For many New Yorkers, Tuesday's snow day came at a cost. Some businesses and workers lost income that they might never recover. 01/28/2015 05:45 PM
Fit Kids February: Understanding Today's Health Challenges
During the month of February, Time Warner Cable News will commit significant time and energy to inform our viewers of the sometimes alarming trends facing our kids' health as well as provide helpful tips for busy parents to combat it.
01/28/2015 11:37 AM
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. 01/27/2015 06:44 PM
On Stage [Full Program] 01/24/15
Donna Karger hosts the January 24, 2015 edition of On Stage. 01/27/2015 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. 01/27/2015 02:54 PM
NY1 Online: The Call 1/28/15
John Schiumo hosts the January 28, 2015 episode of The Call.
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Israeli President Meets Mayor, Addresses UN, Visits Bronx
New York City
The Israeli president visited New York Monday, meeting Mayor Bill de Blasio, holding an event in the Bronx and speaking before the United Nations. Updated 01/28/2015 11:30 PM
State Senator Malcolm Smith's Bribery Trial Wraps Up
New York City
He was once the majority leader of the state Senate. Now, Malcolm Smith's fate is about to be in the hands of a 12-person jury. 01/28/2015 08:15 PM
Schumer Calls for Congress to Pass Clean Bill Quickly in DHS Funding Fight
Washington, D.C.
Sen. Charles Schumer is calling on Congress to pass a clean bill, and pass it quickly, as a fight looms over funding for the Department of Homeland Security and President Barack Obama's executive action on immigration. 01/28/2015 06:19 PM
New Yorkers Shake Off Snowstorm, Head Back To Work
New York City
Things are getting back to normal across the five boroughs - including the morning commute on city buses and subways - following yesterday's winter storm. Updated 01/28/2015 12:40 PM
MTA: Train Derailment at Grand Central Will Be Cleared Before Morning Rush Hour
The MTA says a train derailment at Grand Central will be cleared before the morning rush hour. 01/28/2015 10:59 PM
DUMBO Arts Festival Organizers Say They're Scrapping the Event
Organizers of the DUMBO Arts Festival in Brooklyn say the event will not be returning. 01/28/2015 06:26 PM
Call for Donations After Snowstorm Forces Blood Drive Cancellations
New York City
The New York Blood Center is putting out an urgent call for blood donations. Those dire blizzard forecasts forced the cancellation of blood drives, creating the largest single-day loss of donations since Hurricane Sandy. Updated 01/28/2015 03:00 PM
Assemblyman Agrees to Pay $9,000 Fine for Ethics Violations
Assemblyman Erik Dilan has agreed to pay a $9,000 fine to the city Conflicts of Interest Board for ethics violations stemming from his time from when he was a City Councilman. 01/28/2015 05:29 PM
Most JFK, LGA, Newark Flights Back on Schedule
New York City
The Port Authority says a majority of departing and arriving flights at LaGuardia, JFK and Newark are now on time. 01/28/2015 03:53 PM
AG Confirmation Sessions Begin for Lynch
Washington, D.C.
President Obama's choice for attorney general Loretta Lynch appeared before Senate Republicans for a confirmation hearing Wednesday. She appeared to strike a different tone from Eric Holder, the Attorney General she is set to replace. Updated 01/28/2015 09:21 PM
Ford Announces Recalls for Faulty Door Latches, Seatbelts
New York City
Ford is issuing two recalls because of problems with door latches and seatbelts. 01/28/2015 04:12 PM
Police Seek Person of Interest in LES Shooting
New York City
The NYPD is hoping surveillance video will help them find a person of interest in connection with a shooting on Manhattan's Lower East Side earlier this week. 01/28/2015 07:13 AM
A Look at Why Snow Totals Fell Short of Projections
New York City
The National Weather Service warned New Yorkers on Monday to brace for two feet or more of snow and monstrous drifts, but the city woke up Tuesday morning to find that things were not so bad. NY1's John Davitt takes a look at what went wrong. 01/27/2015 08:54 PM
Assembly Democrats Give Silver Deadline to Step Down or Be Removed, Pick Interim Replacement
New York City
State Assembly Democrats have given Sheldon Silver a deadline of next Monday to step down or be ousted as Assembly speaker, and they have picked an interim speaker to replace him. Updated 01/27/2015 11:00 PM
Frosty Relationship Between Mayor and Governor on Display During Storm
New York City
Governor Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio have never had a close relationship, and the storm only made it frostier. 01/27/2015 08:43 PM
City's Top Police Union Wants Funding for New Bulletproof Vests for NYPD Fast-Tracked
New York City
The city's top police union wants the city to fast-track funding for new bulletproof vests for the NYPD. 01/28/2015 01:34 AM
FDNY Rescues Dog Missing Since August from Snowstorm
During the snowstorm, a member of the New York City Fire Department played the role of hero for a dog that had been missing from his home on the Upper West Side since last August. 01/27/2015 06:59 PM
Residents on SI, in Canarsie Say Smaller Roads Not Plowed Enough
New York City
Sanitation crews have been putting in long hours to get the snow off the streets, but in some areas of the city, the plows take longer to arrive. NY1's Michael Herzenberg visited Staten Island and the Canarsie section of Brooklyn to check on the conditions of the roads. 01/27/2015 11:57 PM
Manhattan Tenants Say They've Been Without Heat, Hot Water for More Than a Week
Tenants of a Manhattan building say they've been stuck without heat and hot water for more than a week. 01/28/2015 01:30 AM
MTA Service Back on Track as City Digs Out From Winter Storm
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 01/27/2015 05:04 PM

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