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  • Princeton Review reveals best value colleges in New York City region

    (PIX11) — College education seems to be a huge topic. This past Friday, President Obama signed a bill for lowering student loan interest rates. Robert Franek who oversees the Princeton Review’s Guidebook Publishing Program, talks to us about the best colleges and the best value colleges right in our area.

  • New Yorkers camped out all night outside hospital slated for closure

    They made it all night long. Dozens of hospital workers and community activists spent the night outside Interfaith Medical Center in Brooklyn. Their vigil ended Monday at 6am. “We are sending a strong message to Governor Cuomo and Mayor Bloomberg, we need their assistance. We need their help because we have patients here that really need this hospital,” hospital worker Charmaine Wilson said. They prayed, marched and chanted for hours only stopping at daybreak. Interfaith Medical Center has big financial […]

  • Mother chases after man who sexually assaulted 4-year-old daughter in McDonald’s playhouse

    (PIX11) – Take a good look at this surveillance video. It shows the man police say sexually assaulted a four-year- old girl in the play area at a McDonald’s on Hillside Avenue. Police tell us around 8:30 Tuesday night, the suspect hid inside tube slide and waited for the little girl to slide down. Then he forced her to perform a sex act on him. As soon as the child broke free she ran to tell her mother what happened. […]

  • Google Android WiFi won’t turn off, raising privacy concerns

    If you’re picking up the latest version of the Google Android, there’s one update you may want to know about. The phone’s Wi-Fi is always “on”, even when it’s off. Google says it made the change to the Android 4.3 to quote “Improve location accuracy and other purposes.” Now, Google and other apps may scan for nearby networks, even when Wi-Fi is off. Experts say the change is probably meant to save the phone’s battery life, but some speculate, it […]

  • “We’re the Millers” stars Jason Sudeikis, Jennifer Aniston & cast dish on family bonds & their new funny flick

    They’re the Millers…if anyone’s asking, but they’re really a fake family put together by Jason Sudeikis’ drug dealing character David. With Jennifer Aniston (“Rosie”), Emma Roberts (“Casey”) and Will Poulter (“Casey”), the Millers came to be. “We’re the Millers” delivers the laughs to a theater near you starting today, but before you check it out, Pix 11’s own Ojinika Obiekwe gave us a preview. Oji met up with the cast to talk about the movie, family bonding, and music. And […]

  • ‘These Few Precious Days:’ A book about John and Jackie Kennedy’s marriage

    Outlandishly rich, impossibly attractive and endlessly fascinating is the best way to describe John and Jackie Kennedy. As we approach the 50th anniversary of President Kennedy’s assassination, the world continues to be riveted by the couple.  Now in his new book entitled “These Few Precious Days”, author Christopher Andersen is revealing intimate details about their marriage.

  • “Hello Flo”: Finding humor in discussing that time of the month

    Every girl experiences “it”. So why is “it” such a taboo topic? A new ad is taking on “that time of the month” in a very frank and funny way. Viewed nearly five million times on YouTube, the video is an ad for “Hello Flo”, a tampon delivery service for tweens and teens. It’s presenting an opportunity to have an open and honest conversation with your kids.

  • Power couple Aaron Ross & Sanya Richards Ross discuss new reality show ‘Glam & Gold’

    With four Olympic gold medals and 2 Super Bowl rings between them, Aaron Ross & Sanya Richards Ross put the “power” in power couple. Sanya displays her fast-paced life and marriage to NFL star Aaron Ross their new WE tv’s original docu-series entitled “Sanya’s Glam & Gold.”  Premiering Thursday, July 25th at 10pm ET/PT, Sanya demonstrates that the only time she ever stays in her own lane is on the track.

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