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  • Start spreading the news! New York primary to play crucial role in road to White House

    NEW YORK — For the first time in decades, New Yorkers are poised to play a crucial role in shaping the presidential nomination process. Some 95 delegates are up for grabs for the Republican party and 247 delegates are at stake for the Democrats. Hillary Clinton and her husband voted this morning at the Douglas G. Grafflin Elementary School in Chappaqua, where they share a home. New York native Donald Trump voted this morning at Central Synagogue in Midtown. Though Bernie […]

  • Man arrested in taxi hit-and-run that killed woman in Stuyvesant Town

    STUYVESANT TOWN, Manhattan — A man has been arrested in the fatal hit-and-run crash that killed a woman outside the Stuyvesant Town housing complex early Saturday morning. Police say John Bangura, 68, of West 165 Street, New York, is charged with leaving the scene of an accident resulting in death. At 3:41 a.m. Saturday, police found 44-year-old Kenya Flores of the Bronx, in the bus lane, struck by an unknown vehicle between E. 16th Street and E. 17th Street on […]

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    Blackout 2003: 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 […]

  • Dozens arrested in Baltimore unity rally throughout NYC

    MANHATTAN, N.Y. (PIX11) — Dozens of people have been arrested at a rally that started in Union Square to protest the death of Freddie Gray, a Baltimore man who was critically injured in police custody and later died of spinal cord injuries. Several hundred protesters began gathering in Union Square Wednesday night, chanting “no justice, no peace” and “hands up, don’t shoot” as police officers watched. Later, a group of protesters spilled into the street disrupting traffic. The police moved in and began making […]

  • Lake Placid Howard Johnson’s to close, leaving only 2 remaining HoJo restaurants

    LAKE PLACID, N.Y. (AP/PIX11) — One of the three remaining Howard Johnson’s restaurants still in business has been sold and will close Tuesday after a nearly 60-year run in a New York village. Mike Butler, owner of the HoJo’s in Lake Placid, says his family-run eatery was purchased by local restaurant owners who plan to move their business to the property. The Butlers’ restaurant is located at 2099 Saranac Ave. “It’s a little bittersweet,” Butler told PIX11. “Ever since last weekend, […]

  • 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 […]

  • 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 […]

  • 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 […]

  • 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 […]

  • 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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