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Wednesday, April 7, 2021 at 10:34 PM
A Brooklyn man was arrested and charged Wednesday in two separate incidents of hate crimes against Asian Americans, police said. Joseph Russo, 28, was charged... [Read More]
Citywide shooting incidents spiked with an increase of 76.8% this March, with 99 reported in contrast with 56 in March 2020. [Read More]
New Yorkers will vote in November 2022 on a public referendum on a massive environmental bond act that would fund sewer construction and improve water... [Read More]
COVID-19 vaccine eligibility has continued to expand for much of New York. Beginning April 6, eligibility to get vaccinated is now in effect for all... [Read More]
New Yorkers age 16 and older became eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine this week. One New York City teen says he's 'excited to move... [Read More]
State Sen. George Borrello said New York state's record $212 billion budget for the new fiscal year is an "example of what happens when government... [Read More]
Though it's now legal for New Yorkers to possess and smoke marijuana, police agencies across New York are letting officers know they will be prohibited... [Read More]
New York state's "Excelsior Pass" allows New Yorkers to prove their vaccination status, or a recent negative COVID-19 test, to gain entry to events and... [Read More]
More than 50 Western New Yorkers are helping to raise money for Make a Wish WNY. [Read More]
Households eligible for federal food stamps, Medicaid benefits and free or reduced school lunch will be eligible for the low rate. [Read More]
The NYPD released videos of two more attacks on Asian New Yorkers. [Read More]
Verizon recently released findings from the "Look Forward" study. [Read More]
Gov. Andrew Cuomo Wednesday updated New Yorkers on the state's progress during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. "The war against COVID is not yet won and... [Read More]
The governor's math relies on Washington restoring deductions for state and local taxes, known as "SALT," which Cuomo has been pushing with little effect for... [Read More]
See-no-evil Bill is back. Mayor Bill de Blasio on Wednesday brushed off the concerns of everyday New Yorkers about shootings on city streets when asked... [Read More]
New Yorkers 21 and older can now possess up to three ounces of marijuana at home or in public. The new law has triggered immediate... [Read More]
No Kid Hungry NY has partnered with the Fund for Public Schools to provide nutritious meals to New Yorkers. You can find the nearest grab... [Read More]
Advocates, who have spent months pressing for a direct rental relief fund, praised the $2.4 billion program on Wednesday as a crucial lifeline for thousands... [Read More]
Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday tried to downplay the potentially devastating impact of looming state tax hikes — claiming there will be an overall "net... [Read More]
New Yorkers aged 21 years and older can now possess up to three ounces of marijuana at home or in public. The new law has... [Read More]
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