Manhattan A 35-year-old woman has been charged with second degree murder in the death of her one-year-old son, who died Monday after being found unresponsive inside a Midtown restaurant. Updated 03/31/2015 07:45 PM
An on-time state budget could be in jeopardy as lawmakers vote this evening in Albany ahead of their midnight deadline.
03/31/2015 08:21 PM
The Civilian Complaint Review Board is now investigating a video that appears to show a plainclothes officer losing his temper on a Uber driver.
03/31/2015 08:43 PM
Coworker Opens Up About Final Moments With Man Believed Dead in East Village Blast
Manhattan
A coworker of one of the men believed to have died in last week's deadly East Village explosion is opening up about the moments before tragedy struck—as the investigation hones in on a gas line that may have been improperly tapped. 12:39 AM
Retired NYPD Detective Dies Saving Boy from Drowning
New York City
A retired NYPD detective vacationing in Puerto Rico died while heroically trying to save a boy from drowning. 03/31/2015 09:43 PM
23 Indicted in Alleged Medicaid Fraud Scheme
New York City
Nearly two dozen people have been indicted in an alleged Medicaid fraud scheme that targeted some of the city's most vulnerable residents. 03/31/2015 09:22 PM
Sources: Hillary Clinton Considering Brooklyn for Campaign Headquarters
It's widely expected Hillary Clinton will soon announce her second bid for the White House, and there's already serious talk that her headquarters will be in an area she once represented: New York—specifically, Brooklyn. The choice would spotlight a new campaign theme she hopes will make this presidential run more successful than the last. 03/31/2015 06:42 PM
TLC Releases Video to Encourage Safe Driving
The Taxi and Limousine Commission is hoping a new video will get drivers to be more cautious in pedestrian zones. 03/31/2015 09:35 PM
Cuomo Bars Non-Essential State-Funded Travel to Indiana Over Controversial Law
Governor Andrew Cuomo is reacting to Indiana's controversial religious freedom law by barring any non-essential state-funded travel to the area. 03/31/2015 04:53 PM
Under The Gun: Criminal Justice Expert Says Less Stop-and-Frisk Means Fewer Guns Seized From Streets
IN THE SPOTLIGHT
After years of declines in crime, the number of shootings in the city is up 7 percent so far in 2015. Police seized fewer illegal guns last year, which raises the questions: Are shootings up because there are more guns on the street? Are fewer guns being seized because stop-and-frisk policing has largely ended?
Etan Patz's Mother Rebuts Witnesses Claiming Alternate Killer
ETAN PATZ COVERAGE
Etan Patz's mother testified Tuesday for the prosecution in the trial of the man charged with murdering her boy nearly 36 years ago.
03/31/2015 11:37 PM
SHOWS & FEATURES
NY1 For You: Harlem Tenants Get Running Water After Months of Uncertainty
A lack of running water had some Harlem tenants tapped out until they turned to NY1 For You for help. 03/31/2015 05:39 PM
From the Floor PM: Charter Communications to Buy Bright House Networks for $10.4B
Time Warner Cable News wraps up the day on Wall Street from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. 03/31/2015 05:09 PM
It Ain't Rocket Science, March 2015
Adam Balkin hosts Time Warner Cable's monthly STEM round-up, which takes a look at what STEM experiences South by Southwest has to offer; Connect a Million Minds' launch of a STEM-learning book in conjunction with the nonprofit 826 National; students at the Intel Science Talent Search showing off their science projects as they compete for six-figure awards; and FIRST Robotics enthusiasts battling their way through regionals across the country for a spot in the finals in St. Louis in April. 03/31/2015 01:26 PM
NY1 Online: The Call 3/30/15
THE CALL EPISODES
John Schiumo hosts the March 30, 2015 episode of The Call.
03/30/2015 11:18 PM
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Police Seek Man Who Allegedly Robbed Woman with Baby
Manhattan
Police need help finding a man they say threatened and robbed a woman with a baby at a bank in Manhattan. 03/31/2015 09:48 PM
Comptroller's Audit Finds Poor Oversight of City's Build It Back Program
New York City
There was good news and bad news for some Hurricane Sandy victims today: while the mayor announced a record infusion of federal funds to help repair public housing, City Comptroller Scott Stringer knocked the city’s Build It Back program, citing poor oversight, and saying problems continue despite a major overhaul the de Blasio administration hails as a success. 03/31/2015 11:23 PM
Woman, 70, Gunned Down Answering Door at Queens Home
Queens
Police in Queens are investigating after a 70-year-old woman was fatally shot in the head early this morning after answering the door to her home. Updated 03/31/2015 05:00 PM
Local Officials Want Increase in Penalties in Effort to Stop Trespassing on Bridges
New York City
Local elected officials are calling for an increase in penalties to try to stop trespassing on bridges. 03/31/2015 05:39 PM
Coyote Spotted on Queens Rooftop
Queens
A coyote spotted on a Queens rooftop Monday is still on the loose. 03/31/2015 11:46 AM
Federal Grant to Aid NYCHA Sandy Repairs
New York City
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has approved a $3 billion grant to fix and upgrade city housing authority buildings damaged by Hurricane Sandy. 03/31/2015 07:25 AM
NYPD: Human Remains Found in Bag in Far Rockaway
Queens
Police are investigating after human remains were discovered Monday morning inside a black duffle bag along Gipson Street in Far Rockaway. 03/31/2015 11:21 AM
Cablevision May Pick Up Daily News For $1
Manhattan
According to published reports, cable company Cablevision plans to offer one dollar for the struggling Daily News. 03/31/2015 07:55 AM
State Budget Expected to Pass On Time After Several Proposals Are Dropped
New York City
In advance of Wednesday's deadline, state lawmakers and Governor Andrew Cuomo have reached a framework deal on a $140 billion state budget. Voting is expected to take place over the next two days, clearing the way for a fifth consecutive on-time budget for the governor and the legislature. 03/30/2015 08:24 PM
Writing Program Gives Cancer Patients an Outlet to Express Their Feelings
Manhattan
A program at Memorial Sloan Kettering allows many cancer patients to express their feelings about their battle on paper. 03/30/2015 04:22 PM
Defense Rests in Trial of Man Accused of Killing Etan Patz After Informant's Testimony
Manhattan
The defense rested Monday in the Etan Patz murder case after calling another jailhouse informant to the witness stand. 03/30/2015 06:17 PM
Citi Bike Outlines Future Improvements
New York City
Citi Bike announced plans for future improvement of the program Monday. 03/30/2015 07:12 PM
Police Seek Man for Allegedly Groping Teens in Three Instances
Queens
The NYPD is asking for help identifying a man they say is responsible for three different groping incidents in Queens. 03/30/2015 10:53 PM
More Than a Dozen Injured as Car Crashes Into MTA Bus in Canarsie
Brooklyn
More than a dozen people were injured after a car crashed into a bus Monday morning in Brooklyn. 03/30/2015 01:06 PM
Trevor Noah Named Next Host of 'The Daily Show'
New York City
Noah, a comedian from South Africa who made his debut as an on-air contributor for The Daily Show back in December, will replace Jon Stewart when he steps down. 03/30/2015 02:26 PM
Passover Matzo Rolls Off Line at Streit's Lower East Side Factory for Last Time
Manhattan
While Streit's will soon shut down its Lower East Side factory, matzo will still be sold out of the neighborhood's retail store. 03/30/2015 01:30 PM
Chris Mullin to Coach Red Storm Men's Basketball
Queens
Legendary former player Chris Mullin will become the next head coach of the St. John's men's basketball team. 03/30/2015 10:17 PM
State Lawmakers Reach Tentative Budget Agreement
New York City
State lawmakers in Albany are expected to begin voting today on a new budget ahead of Wednesday's deadline after a framework agreement for the nearly $142 billion budget was reached last night. 03/30/2015 06:34 AM
Report: Speed Camera Tickets Net $17M for City
New York City
The city reportedly issued more than 445,000 speed camera tickets last year, resulting in nearly $17 million in revenue. 03/30/2015 07:02 AM
MTA "Fastrack" Repairs Hit E, F, M, R Lines
New York City
MTA "Fastrack" repairs will disrupt late night service on the E, F, M, and R lines over the next two weeks. 03/30/2015 07:18 AM

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