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NYC public schools to receive full funding this fall
An additional $600 million will flow to public schools that have not been receiving their fair share of funding.
Comptroller DiNapoli requests AG James investigate Cuomo's book deal
Comptroller Tom DiNapoli has requested a formal investigation into Gov. Cuomo's book deal.
COVID-19 infection rate hits lowest point since November
The mayor also announced a vaccination site will open at the Museum of Natural History.
Dining out curfew extended to midnight for NYC restaurants and bars
Restaurant and bar owners call for extension beyond the midnight hour.
Cuomo calls for SALT cap repeal in infrastructure bill
Gov. Cuomo says the $10,000 cap has hurt New York taxpayers.
‘But my app says’: Why you need to pay attention to changing forecasts
Spectrum News meteorologists discuss app-based weather forecasts and how best to read them.
Snowfall totals: nor'easter brings wintry weather in spring
New York and Massachusetts saw flakes fly for the past 24 hours.
Weather Explained: Why spring allergies have us sneezing
Find out why you could be experiencing allergies.
In April 2007, a nor'easter brought major rain to NYC
Over half a foot of rain fell in just one day during a nor'easter.
Spectrum snow fight: Who saw the most snow this winter?
A look at snow totals across the country - with a special focus on the 21 Spectrum News markets.
Several injured, one critically, after crash sends car into Harlem bodega
It happened around 7:30 p.m. on West 135th Street and Broadway.
Vigil Held in Washington Square Park to Honor Life of Daunte Wright
Those who came to the gathering helped spell out "Daunte" in flowers with his picture in the center.
A Washington Heights woman thinks digitally to keep the Muslim community connected during Ramadan
For the second year in a row, Muslims across the city are finding ways to stay connected during Ramadan, despite obstacles that come with the pandemic
Vigil held for Daunte Wright, Adam Toledo and others in Times Square
Protesters rallied in another show of solidarity in New York.
NYPD: Ohio man carrying unloaded rifle in Times Square arrested
An Ohio man is in custody after sources say he had a semi-automatic weapon out in plain view in Times Square.
With 8,000 trees and plenty of open space, Green-Wood Cemetery is alive with visitors
As New Yorkers sought open space during the pandemic, one of the most popular spots was Brooklyn's Green-Wood Cemetery.
Rivals condemn Andrew Yang for laughing in video where comedian makes crude sexual remark
The frontrunner in the Democratic race for mayor also faced an attack on placard abuse vs. violent crime.
Maya Wiley releases education agenda focused on rising gun violence
Maya Wiley released her education agenda Thursday, drawing a line between a recent increase in gun violence and the city’s public school system.
Coney Island's Mermaid Parade will be back (in person) this year
The Mermaid Parade has been held every year since 1983 but went virtual last year because of the pandemic.
Cyclists ride in Brooklyn to honor Daunte Wright
Daunte Wright was fatally shot during a traffic stop in Minnesota on Sunday.
Fallen FDNY firefighter honored posthumously for 2019 Bronx rescue
Daniel Foley of Rescue Company 3 was posthumously awarded the Emerald Society Medal.
Fernando Ferrer endorses Eric Adams for mayor
Trying to expand his Brooklyn base, Adams went to the Bronx where he got the support of former Borough President Fernando Ferrer.
An e-scooter pilot program is launching in the Bronx. See the map.
The areas are considered "transit deserts" where public transportation is scarce.
Bronx fencer goes for gold in Olympics; Ralph Lauren supplies the threads
Olympic fencer and Bronx native Daryl Homer will be going for gold in Tokyo, but he won't be the only New Yorker there.
Kusama exhibition opens at NYBG after one year pandemic delay
92-year-old Japanese artist brings her love of nature to the garden.
Sikh Prayer Vigil Calls For Stricter Gun Control Laws
The rally was organized after four victims of Thursday’s mass shooting in Indiana were identified as Sikh.
Concern mounts as COVID-19 variants found in all five boroughs
Officials say while cases involving variants are rare in people who are fully vaccinated, it’s too soon to tell if variants protect against vaccines.
State funding will keep Townsend Harris bridge year program alive
A popular program at a Queens high school that helps prepare students for college gets a reprieve after budget cuts had put it on the chopping block.
Elizabeth Crowley takes another crack at Queens borough president's race
Crowley is challenging current office-holder Donovan Richards in a rematch of last year’s special election.
Queens family searches for help removing abandoned barges
People who live in this community just want someone to take responsibility.
Federal judge who heard cases on Staten Island killed in Florida hit-and-run
Police say the driver also hit a 6-year-old boy who was seriously hurt.
Senior Centers Remain Closed One Year into the Pandemic
Despite more and more New Yorkers 65 and older getting vaccinated against COVID-19, there are still no plans to reopen the city's senior centers.
Smoke From Massive Staten Island Warehouse Fire Seen for Miles
The fire broke out Wednesday afternoon at a commercial building located at 60 Davidson Street in Mariners Harbor.
Staten Island Mother Illustrates How the Recession is Disproportionately Affecting Women
This past year has been particularly hard on working women, causing what is being called a "she-cession."
Former Officer in Eric Garner Case Loses Appeal to Get Job Back
A state supreme court denied an appeal by Daniel Pantaleo.
- Danielle Wallace
Derek Chauvin closing arguments: Prosecutor says case not against police, law enforcement 'noble' profession
As closing arguments continue in the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin charged in George Floyd’s death, the prosecution told jurors that the case is not against all law enforcement, calling policing a "noble" profession spoiled by bad officers.
Grizzly mauling near Yellowstone kills backcountry guide
A Montana backcountry guide has died after he was mauled by a large grizzly bear that was probably defending a nearby moose carcass just outside Yellowstone National Park, officials said Monday.
- Stephen Sorace
Washington state doctor accused of using dark web, bitcoin in attempted kidnapping of wife: report
A Washington state doctor has been accused of using the dark web in an attempt to employ someone to kidnap his estranged wife in exchange for a payout using bitcoin, according to a report.
- Audrey Conklin
Kenosha sheriff identifies 24-year-old shooting suspect
The Kenosha, Wisconsin, sheriff’s department on Monday identified 24-year-old Rakayo Alandis Vinson as the suspect in a Sunday shooting that left three people dead.
- Greg Norman
Coast Guard finds fifth Seacor Power ship disaster victim: report
Coast Guard crews scouring the waters off Louisiana where a commercial ship capsized nearly a week ago during a violent storm have found another body, a report says.