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    East Village explosion and collapse: Blast linked to gas work, at least 19 injured

    EAST VILLAGE, Manhattan (PIX11) – A massive explosion apparently connected to gas and plumbing work at an East Village building sparked a vast seven-alarm fire that spread to four buildings, leaving at least 19 people injured, four seriously, according to officials and Mayor Bill de Blasio. The mayor says the explosion appears to have been related to plumbing and gas work at 121 Second Ave. There are no reports of any missing people. Con Ed was at the building at 2 p.m., an […]

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    Despite weather, Eric Garner protesters continue to march through NYC

    NEW YORK (PIX11) — Demonstrators took to the streets for a third night in a row to protest the Eric Garner grand jury decision. Dozens stormed the Apple store on 57th Street and 5th Avenue, holding signs and chanting as they marched through the store. Others converged in Macy’s and Bryant Park, staging “die-ins.” More than 200 arrests were made on Thursday night. Demonstrators overran the Staten Island Ferry Terminal, prompting authorities to stop the ferry from departing. Marchers staged […]

  • NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 11:  People arrive at the international arrivals terminal at New York's John F. Kennedy Airport  (JFK ) airport on October 11, 2014 in New York City.  Ebola screenings began on Saturday at JFK for travelers arriving from West African countries that have been afftected by the disease.

    Thanksgiving travel tips for possible rain, snowstorm in New York City

    (PIX11) — With a coastal storm expected to hit New York City this week, travelers may experience some problems with travel. The brunt of the storm will affect the city Wednesday evening — one of the biggest travel days of the year. AAA and IHS project 46.3 million Americans will travel at least 50 miles from home this Thanksgiving holiday. Robert Sinclair, Manager of Media Relations for AAA New York told PIX11: “The best advice would be traveling before the heavy getaway […]

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    SEE IT: Photos of the West Indian Day Parade 2014 [NSFW]

    BROOKLYN (PIX11) - The West Indian Day Parade kicked off on Labor Day Monday in 2014, and people flocked to the parade route early to get the best view of the elaborate, colorful costumes and floats. The 47th annual parade down Eastern parkway is the culmination of five days celebrating West Indian culture and history. The parade and related events are tied to traditional pre-Lenten Carnival festivities. The festivities were marred by violence early this year when a man opened […]

  • #15: Bryan Cranston, 58, is best known for his role as Walter White on the hit show "Breaking Bad." This year, he made $8 million.

    Forbes releases list of highest-paid TV actors for 2014

    NEW YORK (PIX11) — Forbes compiled a list of television actors who made the most dough in 2014. We know who walked away with gold at the Emmy’s on Monday night. But who made the most green this year? Click through the gallery to find out.

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    Kim Kardashian’s most scandalous looks

    (PIX11) — While her recent marriage and baby girl in the news, Kim’s crazy, beautiful style choices have shocked and awed the world. Here are our picks for Kim K’s most scandalous looks.

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    Blackout 2003, 11 years later: The original PIX11 News coverage

    (PIX11) — Shortly after 4 p.m. on August 14, 2003, New York and much of the Northeast and Canada were plunged into darkness during the historic blackout. Here are selections from WPIX’s coverage on the WB 11 News at 10 on that evening, coverage many New Yorkers could not see because they were in the dark. Above, Mary Murphy reports from Times Square. She reported on people were trapped in the subways and in gridlock. Hospitals were flooded with patients […]

  • After being found out as a thief, this woman defended herself by saying it all belonged to her. (Youtube)

    SEE IT: Man films unbelievable reaction of women apparently caught stealing his stuff

    FLORIDA (PIX11) — A video of two women being scolded for stealing on a beach went viral over the 4th of July weekend. The owner of the property left on the beach approaches two women in the video, asking if the stuff is theirs and if they need help dismantling it. The women claim all the property is theirs at first, until the cameraman reveals it is, actually, all his property. Caught red-handed, the pair act confused and surprised, and at first […]

  • A Somali man chews khat in Uithoorn on January 12, 2012. The Dutch government on January 10 banned the use of khat, a leaf native to East Africa chewed for its stimulant properties mainly by the Netherlands' sizeable Somali community.  Khat is grown in the Horn of Africa and has for centuries been chewed by users in Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia and Yemen. (Koen van Weel/AFP/Getty Images)

    Narcotics ring found in New York with foreign drug called ‘khat’

    NEW YORK (AP/PIX11) — Authorities say 17 members of an international drug ring flooded parts of New York, Massachusetts and Ohio with several tons of a narcotic obtained from Yemen, Kenya and Ethiopia. They say the substance, known as khat (AKA gat, jaad, jimma), was shipped to the United States through the United Kingdom, China, Holland and Belgium. Authorities say the ring laundered proceeds through operations in Minnesota and wired the money to various locations abroad, including Dubai and England. The […]

  • Fabian Johnson of the United States competes for the ball with Mesut Oezil of Germany during the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil group G match between the United States and Germany at Arena Pernambuco on June 26, 2014 in Recife, Brazil.  (Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

    US advances to Round of 16 despite loss to Germany

    RECIFE, Brazil (AP) — The United States reached the knockout stage of consecutive World Cups for the first time, just not the way the Americans wanted. Germany beat the U.S. 1-0 Thursday in soggy Recife on Thomas Mueller’s 55th-minute goal to win Group G, but the Americans held onto second place when Portugal defeated Ghana 2-1 in a game played simultaneously in Brasilia. The Germans, three-time World Cup champions, finished with seven points, while the U.S. had four after allowing […]


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