Two People Unaccounted For as Investigators Probe East Village Blast
Two people are listed as being unaccounted for as investigators keep looking into Thursday's explosion in the East Village that injured at least 22 people and brought down three buildings. Updated 12:22 AM
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
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
Mayor's Son Attends Protest Against Actions of School Safety Officers
The mayor's son Dante made a surprise appearance at a student protest Friday involving the actions of the police. 03/27/2015 07:55 PM
Capitol Hill Lawmakers Hope to Help Families of Two Slain NYPD Detectives
New York City
Congress has passed legislation allowing people to write off donations to the families of Officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos, all the way to the tax deadline. 03/27/2015 11:18 PM
Latest Water Rate Hike Could Be City's Lowest in a Decade
New York City
The Department of Environmental Protection is proposing that the City Water Board raise fees by 3.24 percent, which would be 34 percent lower than expected. 12:45 AM
Citi Bike System Shutting Down This Weekend
New York City
A spokesman says they're taking a break to make sure they're up to speed before ridership picks up in warmer weather. 03/27/2015 09:25 PM
National Organization Empowers Women to Demand What They Are Worth, Help Close Gender Pay Gap
A national organization is empowering women to demand what they are worth and help close the gender pay gap.
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.
NYers of the Week: Residents Came to Aid of Distressed in Immediate Aftermath of East Village Explosion
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
From the Floor PM: Carnival Earnings Beat Estimates
Time Warner Cable News wraps up the day on Wall Street from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. 03/27/2015 06:09 PM
NY1 From the Floor AM: Twinkie Maker Hostess Gets Credit Rating Boost
NY1 previews the day on Wall Street from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. 03/27/2015 07:39 AM
NY1 Online: The Call 3/26/15
John Schiumo hosts the March 26, 2015 episode of The Call.
03/26/2015 11:24 PM
Former FBI Chief Inspector Who Spent a Decade Investigating Jose Ramos Testifies in Hernandez Trial
The former federal agent who led the FBI's investigation of the September 11th attacks testified in the Etan Patz case Friday, testifying on behalf of accused murderer Pedro Hernandez. 03/27/2015 10:15 PM
St. John's, Lavin Agree to Part Ways
St. John's announced in a release Friday that the school and basketball coach Steve Lavin have mutually agreed to part ways. 03/27/2015 04:57 PM
Early Morning Fire Tears Through UES Apartment Building
The FDNY is investigating a fire that broke out early Friday morning on the top floor of an apartment building on East 66th Street. 03/27/2015 06:48 AM
Police: Suspect Tried to Rape Brooklyn Woman in Hallway
The hunt is on for a man who police say tried to sexually assault a woman in Williamsburg earlier this week. 03/27/2015 07:13 AM
Search For Citywide Ferry Service Operator Begins
New York City
The city is putting out a request for proposals seeking an operator for the new service set to launch in 2017. 03/27/2015 07:51 AM
Obamas Reportedly Considering Move to NYC Post Presidency
New York City
President Barack Obama once lived in New York when he attended Columbia University, and now there is reportedly a good chance he could be moving back after he leaves the White House. 03/27/2015 09:27 AM
New Bid May Keep Coney Island Boardwalk Wooden
The city Landmarks Preservation Commission may review a bid to keep the wood in the boardwalk rather than replace it with cement, according to a published report. 03/27/2015 07:58 AM
House Says Yes to Tax Extension for Donations to Families of Slain NYPD Officers
New York City
The legislation extends the tax deadline on donations to charities supporting the families of two city police officers killed last year. 03/27/2015 09:13 AM
Man Struck and Killed by Bus at Port Authority Terminal
A man is dead after being hit by a bus at the Port Authority Terminal in Midtown. 03/27/2015 12:16 AM
Better System Needed to Track City's Office Space, Comptroller Audit Finds
New York City
A new audit by the City Comptroller shows the agency that manages the city's real estate holdings has no accurate list of the office space it oversees. 03/27/2015 07:27 AM
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. 03/26/2015 07:16 PM
Man Who Allegedly Sexually Assaulted Woman in Astoria Sought by Police
Police are looking for a man they say sexually assaulted a woman in Queens. 03/26/2015 10:49 PM
Thirteen Arrested for Allegedly Transporting Heroin and Cash on Metro-North Trains
New York City
Thirteen people were arrested for allegedly transporting bags of heroin and cash on Metro-North trains from Harlem and the Bronx to the Hudson Valley. 03/26/2015 07:42 PM
Local Religious Groups Bring Jewish and Muslim Children Together
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. 03/26/2015 09:31 PM
Report: NYPD Planning to Have Less Interaction with Public
New York City
Police Commissioner Bill Bratton says there will reportedly be one million fewer searches, arrests, and tickets from the NYPD this year in an effort to reduce tension between police and the communities they serve. Updated 03/26/2015 10:00 AM
Kosher Food Pantry Helps Out Thousands Ahead of Passover
Passover is next week and the Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty is making sure families in need have kosher food to mark the holiday. 03/26/2015 07:28 PM
WiFi Service Now Available at 100 Subway Stops
New York City
Transit Wireless says it's now put WiFi in its 100th station and is on track to put WiFi in all 279 underground stations by 2017. 03/26/2015 12:15 PM
Rockaway Taco Closing, Co-Owner to Open Spinoff
The popular Rockaway Taco is closing down but a new one is coming to keep surfers catching the wave during the summer. 03/26/2015 01:36 PM
Census Data: NYC Population Continues to Grow, but Upstate Population Shrinking
New York State
New data released Thursday by the U.S. Census does not bode well for New York, which continues to lag behind other states when it comes to population growth, though immigrants continue to drive growth here in the city. Updated 03/26/2015 06:20 AM
Critics Call on Governor to Ease MTA's Budget Woes
New York City
The price of the transit fare has gone up while the quality of service is down, leaving critics to call on the governor to pull the Metropolitan Transportation Authority out of its funding hole. 03/25/2015 06:39 PM

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