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Mayor: City-run sites will now pay $100 to anyone who gets the shot
The mayor says the payout is aimed at getting those still hesitant to roll up their sleeves.
State Sen. Myrie concerned with NYC Board of Elections after voters, poll workers air grievances
State Sen. Zellnor Myrie tells NY1’s Bobby Cuza what he heard from poll workers and voters at a Wednesday hearing on the city Board of Elections.
AP source: Yankees reach deal to get slugger Joey Gallo from Rangers
The Yankees have reached a deal to get All-Star slugger Joey Gallo from the Texas Rangers, a source told The Associated Press.
Some home care workers say they feel 'overlooked,' push for higher wages
The COVID-19 pandemic placed both physical and mental stress on health care workers across the state.
‘Cronyism is truly rampant’: Voters, poll workers demand reform of city Board of Elections at hearing
After years of city Board of Elections blunders, the state Senate on Wednesday held a hearing on how to reform our election administration.
Not a fish tale: What causes a mackerel sky?
The clouds resemble the scales of a fish.
What are the dog days of summer?
Ever wonder where the term 'dog days of summer' comes from?
You're living on a heat island
A new study shows that New York City ranks as the third-hottest heat island in the country.
National Weather Service releases new categories for severe storms
The highest category will involve Wireless Emergency Alerts.
Weather Explained: The myth about heat lightning
Distance can impair your ability to hear thunder.
Meet the NYC brothers who are the shortest Harlem Globetrotters in the team's history
Jahmani "Hot Shot" Swanson and Justin "X-Over" Tompkins are making history.
One road to the Olympics runs through the Armory Track in Washington Heights
Some Olympians have competed at the Armory Track in the city — 24 Olympians, in fact.
Community board votes against SoHo/NoHo rezoning plan
In an advisory vote Monday night, a Manhattan community board almost unanimously rejected a controversial plan to rezone SoHo and NoHo.
Manhattan man competing in the Olympics
A Manhattan man is hoping to sail his way into history at the Olympic games in Tokyo
New documentary finds iconic music photographer on other side of lens
Photographer Deborah Feingold moved to NYC in the late 1970s and has snapped iconic photos of Madonna, Keith Richards, and Yoko One.
Meet Wells Fargo's artist-in-residence
A Brooklyn woman is named the first-ever artist in residence for a major bank
City ramps up vaccination efforts for young New Yorkers
The city is bringing pop-up vaccination sites to 25 Summer Rising locations.
FDNY investigates four-alarm Coney Island fire
Fire officials say it started around 6 a.m. inside a two-story commercial building on Mermaid Avenue.
Defaced George Floyd statue in Brooklyn to be cleaned and moved to Union Square
On Thursday, the community gathered to celebrate George Floyd and say thank you, with music and a food giveaway.
Sliwa, Adams call for stricter gun laws
Both Republican and Democratic candidates for mayor were in front of Brooklyn Borough Hall on Monday, calling for a crackdown on crime.
AP source: Yankees reach deal to get slugger Joey Gallo from Rangers
The Yankees have reached a deal to get All-Star slugger Joey Gallo from the Texas Rangers, a source told The Associated Press.
A day of food, dancing and music: Bronx Dominican Parade returns
The Bronx Dominican Day Parade was back in full swing Sunday.
NYPD: 4-year-old boy falls from 10th story balcony, in critical condition
Police say a four-year-old boy who fell 10 stories from an apartment balcony in the Bronx is in critical condition Saturday.
The Bronx and Staten Island illustrate complexities behind COVID-19 stats
The Bronx has the city's lowest vaccination rate, but Staten Island has the highest seven-day positivity rate.
Schumer joins with hospital workers to pressure FEMA for COVID-19 reimbursement
Nurses and doctors say the hundreds of millions of dollars are needed in part to stave off a variant crisis.
How a Queens chef turned his home kitchen into a money maker
The pandemic forced him to roll with the punches, and now he's ready to move his concept down south.
Delays and cancellations vex JetBlue passengers as union blames understaffing
Long lines and complaints were easy to find among other JetBlue travelers at JFK Airport this week.
Queens man arrested in dirt bike hit-and-run that critically injured 4-year-old
Police have charged a dirt bike riding man who allegedly struck a young boy over the weekend at the park with his family.
Police stepping up enforcement on illegal bikes after hit-and-run injures 4-year-old boy
Police are still searching for a driver they say struck and injured the boy.
NYPD: 4-year-old critically injured by dirt bike in Queens
According to police, the child was struck in a parking lot Sunday in Flushing Meadows Corona Park.
The Bronx and Staten Island illustrate complexities behind COVID-19 stats
The Bronx has the city's lowest vaccination rate, but Staten Island has the highest seven-day positivity rate.
Beloved Italian market re-opens after fire
A beloved Italian market is back open after a fire tore through the building earlier this month
Staten Island man exonerated on murder charges, a first in the borough
Grant Williams was convicted of murder charges in 1997.
Close and contentious City Council primary on Staten Island to be decided by a hand recount of votes
The City Board of Elections has certified the June 22 primary results, but this Staten Island race and one in Harlem remain up in the air.
Inflated prices, caused by the pandemic, disrupt buzzing business on Staten Island
One small business owner on Staten Island says inflated prices are putting a rift in production.
Lake Tahoe: 6 confirmed dead in plane crash
Six deaths have been confirmed in the crash of a twin-engine jet near a golf course in the Lake Tahoe area, authorities said Wednesday.
- Louis Casiano
Los Angeles city council passes ordinance limiting homeless encampments amid frustration from residents
Los Angeles city leaders approved an ordinance Wednesday that would restrict homeless encampments in certain areas as the issue has become a flashpoint in parts of the city overrun with tents, crime trash and other quality of life issues.
- Paul Best
Pennsylvania man arrested in string of hit-and-runs that left one woman dead, others injured
A Pennsylvania man who authorities say intentionally targeted multiple people in a string of hit-and-runs that left one woman dead and others injured was arrested on Wednesday morning, Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin Steele announced.
- Caitlin McFall
Newsom's California pushes for masking indoors statewide regardless of vaccination status
The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) announced Wednesday that it recommends everyone dons a mask while indoors regardless of an individual’s vaccination status.
- Bradford Betz
New York City ‘McBandit’ robs McDonald’s, other stores, police say
New York City police are looking for a man accused of robbing a string of McDonald’s and other stores in the South Bronx area.