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Weekend Traffic Advisory

New York City Police Department Announces Street Closures And Expected Traffic Delays For October 18th & 19th, 2014

Weekend Traffic Advisory

New York City Police Department Announces Street Closures And Expected Traffic Delays For October 11th & 12th, 2014

Weekend Traffic Advisory

New York City Police Department Announces Street Closures And Expected Traffic Delays For October 4th & 5th, 2014

NY1 Headlines

FEMA Says It's Given $13.6B to NYers Since Sandy Hit

In the two years since Hurricane Sandy hit, FEMA says it has given $13.6 billion to New Yorkers.

City Officials Confirm Patient at Bellevue Hospital Tests Positive for Ebola

A New York City doctor is the first city resident to contract Ebola after testing positive for the virus Thursday.

Doctor Who Fought Ebola in West Africa Says It Was 'Overwhelming at Times'

As part of NY1's "Eye on Ebola" series, Michael Herzenberg spoke with a doctor about the challenges he faced fighting Ebola in West Africa.

Report Questions MTA's Priorities in Its Capital Program

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority envisions pouring more than $30 billion into the transit system improvements over the next five years, but a new report says the MTA's priorities are out of whack on how it spends that money.

Labor Relations

As Rank And File Revolt, Hartford Police Chief Search A Flop

Hartford — The long-term leadership of the town’s police department remains in flux after another fruitless search for a police chief came to a close. Meanwhile, the department’s employees formally indicated that they didn’t support the public safety director who oversaw the department for more than a year. Town officials say the public safety director […]

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IAFF Urges Affiliates To Conduct Ebola Stand-Downs

Saying it is “highly likely that more individuals infected with Ebola will seek assistance from emergency response personnel as the disease spreads,” the International Association of Fire Fighters, an AFL-CIO union that represents more than 300,000 full-time firefighters and paramedics in the United States and Canada, has posted a statement urging all of its affiliates […]

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From The President's Desk

HAVE WE LOST OUR WAY?

YOU BET WE HAVE

It seems as if the great City of New York has become a rudderless ship, abandoned in the midst of deep murky waters. Morality and accountability no longer matter. A fable called “A Tale of Two Cities” thrust a neophyte with a checkered background into the hallowed halls of the Emperor’s Mansion. New Yorkers who were savvy enough to see through the smokescreen challenged the fairy tale with utter disbelief.


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