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  • NYC Councilman discusses plans to tackle government dysfunction

    NEW YORK — New York City Councilman Ritchie Torres stopped by PIX11 News to discuss how they hope to identify problems within the city and pressure agencies to fix their problems, focusing their attention on the city’s heating problems throughout public housing. Torres addresses his opinions on Mayor Bill de Blasio, and what grade he’d give the mayor for his work so far.

  • Camila Mendes talks about ‘Riverdale’ co-stars, show’s season

    Camila Mendes, who portrays Veronica on the hit show “Riverdale” sat down with PIX11 to talk about her relationship with her cast mates and the show’s season. “Riverdale” airs Wednesdays at 8/7c on PIX11.

  • Booker slams Homeland Security Secretary over Trump’s alleged comments

    Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) slammed the Department of Homeland Security Secretary in a speech Tuesday for claiming ‘she did not hear’ President Trump’s comments about African countries. The strong remarks came toward the end of a hearing in where Kirstjen Nielsen denied hearing President Trump use the term “s—hole” or “s—house” in a meeting regarding immigration at the White House last week. At times visibly upset, Booker said he was “seething with anger” and recalled the “tears of rage” he […]

  • Police search for gunman who shot man in the Bronx

    SOUNDVIEW, the Bronx — Police are looking for the gunman who fired shots at a man in the Bronx early Monday. A man, 27, was walking along the corner of Stratford and Westchester Avenues around 4:10 a.m. when another man approached him with a firearm and opened fire multiple times, police said. The victim was taken to the hospital in critical, but stable condition with gunshots to his right foot, right buttocks and face. The gunman fled on foot heading […]

  • Hunts Point Market tentative agreement reached, strike avoided

    HUNTS POINT, the Bronx — The members of the market that supply most of New York City’s fresh fruits and vegetables have reached a tentative agreement, averting a strike. Teamsters Local 202 reached the tentative agreement with Hunts Point Produce Market late Tuesday. Their contract was set to expire Tuesday. The agreement covers 1,100 warehouse workers, drivers and other market employees. The union was looking to increase wages for their workers. According to Union President Daniel Kane, the management offered a […]

  • Full list of NY, NJ schools closed or opening late due to weather Wednesday

    NEW YORK — Several New York and New Jersey schools are closed, and dozens more are opening late, because of a storm Wednesday. Steady light snow is expected in the tri-state area Tuesday into Wednesday. There are no advisories in NYC, but a winter weather warning in Sussex County states 5 to 7 inches is expected, and 3 to 5 inches for Orange and Putnam counties. Winter weather advisories are in place for Rockland, Warren, Morris, Hunterdon and Somerset counties, where 2 […]

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    Poll: Is a school policy banning ‘best friends’ appropriate?

    ENGLAND — Schools in England are banning a common concept around the world, and especially with children: best friends, CNN affiliate WPMT reports. According to Business Insider, Thomas’s Battersea, the school where Prince George attends, bans kids from having best friends. Instead, teachers encourage all students to form bonds with one another to avoid creating feelings of exclusions among those without best friends. A parent whose child attends the school explained the concept on a talk show called “Loose Women.” “There’s a […]

  • HQ host Scott Rogowsky on how he became trivia king

  • Snow expected in New York, New Jersey

    Several inches of snow are expected in the New York area from Tuesday night into Wednesday. A weak system from the Great Lakes region will bring the snow into the area. With expected temperatures in the upper 30s, most of the snow should melt upon contact with the ground. The steadiest snow should develop early Wednesday. Wednesday’s morning commute  is shaping up to be a messy one as moderate snow may develop as well. The snow should taper off in […]

  • Dog recovering after being tied up outside in East New York, attempting to bite off own foot

    EAST NEW YORK, Brooklyn — A 1-year-old German shepard is recovering after he was found tied to a Brooklyn fence. His rescuers, who’ve named him Buddy, say the dog had a wire wrapped around his leg. It had cut off circulation in the dog’s left leg and the pup tried to bite off his own foot so he could escape. He could barely stand straight when he was found in front of  Animal Care Centers of New York Saturday morning. His […]