Second Victim's ID Pending as East Village Blast Probe Continues
As the medical examiner works to confirm the identity of the second body found at the site of Thursday's East Village explosion, the families of the victims are expected to attend a vigil Monday night in their honor. Updated 06:16 PM
The dust in the East Village didn't have to settle before we saw our fellow New Yorkers go above and beyond to help their neighbors in distress.
03/27/2015 10:46 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. 06:34 AM
Writing Program Gives Cancer Patients an Outlet to Express Their Feelings
A program at Memorial Sloan Kettering allows many cancer patients to express their feelings about their battle on paper. 04:22 PM
Defense Rests in Trial of Man Accused of Killing Etan Patz After Informant's Testimony
The defense rested Monday in the Etan Patz murder case after calling another jailhouse informant to the witness stand. 06:17 PM
Citi Bike Outlines Future Improvements
Citi Bike announced plans for future improvement of the program Monday. 07:12 PM
More Than a Dozen Injured as Car Crashes Into MTA Bus in Canarsie
More than a dozen people were injured after a car crashed into a bus Monday morning in Brooklyn. 01:06 PM
Trevor Noah Named Next Host of 'The Daily Show'
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. 02:26 PM
Under the Gun: NYPD Deputy Commissioners Discuss Efforts to Curtail Increasing Gun Violence
After years of stunning declines in crime, the number of shootings has increased in the first three months of the year, putting some of those hard-won gains at risk. Now, warmer weather is around the corner, a time when gun violence often increases. The NYPD says it has a plan.
Seven months after being diagnosed with colon cancer, NY1's Roma Torre joins with NY1 this month to promote New York City's Colon Cancer Awareness campaign. Watch the video diary she kept of her ordeal.
On Stage [Full Program] 03/28/15
An on-set interview with John Cameron Mitchell and Stephen Trask, the co-creators of "Hedwig and the Angry Inch," and reviews of the New York Spring Spectacular at Radio City and a downtown play by David Greenspan called "I'm Looking for Helen Twelvetrees." highlight the March 28 edition of On Stage, hosted by Donna Karger. 04:21 PM
Talking Pictures On Demand 03/28/15
Reviews of Abel Ferrara's "Welcome to New York," the indie horror thriller "It Follows," Dan Stevens in "The Guest" and Marion Cotillard's "Two Days, One Night," plus an interview with Cotillard herself, highlight the March 28 edition of "Talking Pictures On Demand." 04:05 PM
From the Floor PM: UnitedHealth Group, Catamaran Sign $12.8B Deal
Time Warner Cable News wraps up the day on Wall Street from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. 03:53 PM
NY1 Online: The Call 3/26/15
John Schiumo hosts the March 26, 2015 episode of The Call.
03/26/2015 11:24 PM
Passover Matzo Rolls Off Line at Streit's Lower East Side Factory for Last Time
While Streit's will soon shut down its Lower East Side factory, matzo will still be sold out of the neighborhood's retail store. 01:30 PM
Sources: Mullin in Talks to Coach Red Storm Men's Basketball
Sources say legendary former player Chris Mullin is in talks to become the next head coach of the St. John's men's basketball team. 08:43 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. 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. 07:18 AM
Computer Outage Delays JetBlue Customers at Area Airports
A systemwide computer outage caused headaches for JetBlue passengers Monday morning. 10:04 AM
Riders Get Stuck Atop Coney Island's Cyclone in Season's First Run
There were some frightening moments at Coney Island Opening Day, when the world famous Cyclone malfunctioned Sunday, leaving riders stuck. 03/29/2015 03:55 PM
FDNY: Fire That Left Three in Critical Condition Caused by Lit Cigarette
A fire at a home in Brooklyn that sent three people to the hospital was a caused by a lit cigarette. 03/29/2015 10:20 AM
Mayor, Media Lighten the Mood at Inner Circle Show
New York City
Mayor Bill de Blasio poked fun of himself—all while helping raise money for charity Saturday night. 03/29/2015 11:33 AM
Two Arrested in December Murder of Brooklyn Teen
Two men have been arrested in connection with the three month old murder of Aaron Parkinson inside a livery cab. 03/29/2015 01:10 PM
Port Morris Coffee Shop Had Race on Menu Before Starbucks
The Bronx
Starbucks is asking its customers to talk about race. The company launched a campaign called Race Together earlier this month, but some Bronx business owners came up with a very similar concept first. 03/29/2015 12:17 PM
No Deal on State Budget Despite Anticipation
New York State
Governor Andrew Cuomo left Albany Saturday afternoon after legislative leaders failed to reach a deal on the state budget. An on-time budget is still possible, but right now there is no agreement. 03/28/2015 06:25 PM
NY1 Exclusive: Eyewitness Describes Helping Victims Escape Building After East Village Blast
New York City
An eyewitness is stepping forward for the first time with a detailed account of jumping in and helping moments after the blast. He spoke exclusively to NY1's Mahsa Saeidi. 03/29/2015 05:19 PM
Man Charged in Death of Bronx Woman
The Bronx
The victim was found dead Saturday morning in the Morrisania. 03/29/2015 10:21 AM
FDNY Welcomes Women with Outreach Event
New York City
The image of a firefighter is often male, but the FDNY wants to change that. 03/29/2015 10:54 AM
Preschool Students Start New Chapter with Daycare Libraries
New York City
A local not-for-profit group is helping preschool students learn to read by building libraries inside daycare centers. 03/29/2015 11:14 AM
City Climbs Ranks of Healthiest Places to Live
New York City
A new report says living in the city is becoming a healthier choice. 03/28/2015 12:29 PM
Bronx Parking Lot Employee Assaulted, Robbed
The Bronx
Police are looking for two people they say assaulted and robbed a man in the Bronx. 03/29/2015 10:10 AM
Reid Endorses Schumer to Become Leadership Successor
New York City
A day after announcing his retirement, Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid has endorsed New York's senior senator to replace him in the role. Updated 03/27/2015 09:30 PM
Pack of Baby Squirrels Allegedly Attacks Manhattan Man
A Manhattan man says he was attacked by a pack of baby squirrels after they got inside his East Harlem apartment. 03/28/2015 10:58 AM
Victims Pick Up Pieces After East Village Explosion
Victims who are displaced by the explosion in East Village Thursday are trying to make more permanent living plans. 03/28/2015 05:59 PM

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