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  • Harlem public housing development goes without gas for 3 weeks; residents hold rent strike

    HARLEM (PIX11) — The Lexington Houses in Harlem have been without gas for nearly a month and residents have had enough. Tenants say there was a gas leak and the city claimed it would have to shut the gas off for a week to fix the problem. Now three weeks later, the city is saying it won’t be able to turn the gas back on until late October. The tenants are now fighting against the city by starting a rent […]

  • Colorful new iPhones to be announced Sep. 10th if this Apple invitation is any clue

    (PIX11) — Apple has confirmed to be holding an event on September 10th. Invites were sent to attendees via email Tuesday morning for the event being held on the Apple campus in Cupertino, California. Though Apple hasn’t said what the event is for, many are predicting the announcement of the new, colorful iPhone. The invitation bears colorful circles and the simple message, “This should brighten everyone’s day.” Traditionally Apple has released the new iPhone every fall. Rumors always circulate but […]

  • New Jersey grandmother, 2 grandchildren found after vanishing overnight

    Elizabeth, New Jersey (PIX11) — A New Jersey grandmother and her two grandchildren have been found after being reported missing Monday evening. Barbara Artis, 77, was taking care of her grandchildren — 3-year-old Destiny and 11-month-old Lana —  on Monday evening when they were reported missing. Family say that Artis suffers from symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease. It was not immediately clear where they had been overnight. They were found in Newark.

  • A glass of wine a day can keep depression away

    (PIX11) — A glass of wine a day cuts the risk of developing depression, according to a new study. Spanish researchers say drinking moderate amounts of alcohol, particularly wine, can be linked with a lower risk of depression. The study found those who drank two to seven small glasses of wine weekly  were 32 percent less likely to suffer from depression, compared with people who never drank alcohol.

  • One-year-old shot and killed, and residents say they know who did it

    BROWNSVILLE, Brooklyn (PIX11) — Residents of the Brownsville community claim they know who shot and killed a 1-year-old boy on Sunday. Police say 1-year old Antiq Hennis was shot in his stroller while crossing the street with his parents. Originally it was believed that the father was the target of the shooting, but now the community is saying that the child was indeed the target. The shooting was a result of a fight between the father and a friend. Residents say […]

  • VIDEO: The NYC mayoral primary is a week away, so where do the candidates stand?

    It’s the final countdown. We are now a week from the New York City primaries as the candidates for mayor make their final push to get out the vote  

  • Mayoral candidate Bill Thompson makes his pitch

    (PIX11) — With the mayoral primary just a week away, mayoral candidates push for last minute campaigning. Mayoral candidate Bill Thompson pitches his platform on ending stop and frisk, making more affordable housing, and education.

  • Welcome back Suki! A look back at an amazing year in her life

    (PIX11) — Sukanya is returning Wednesday at 6 a.m. to the PIX11 Morning News. To celebrate, we decided to take a look back at an amazing year in her life. From the announcement of her having a baby, to our wacky baby shower on the Morning Show, we look at some of the best moments from this year.

  • Meet the mayoral candidate: Jack Hidary

    Jack Hidary is a wealthy New York City entrepreneur, who has specialized in cyberspace and the environment.  The 45-year old bachelor is running as an Independent in the September 2013 NYC Mayoral Primary. Hidary talks with WPIX-TV News anchor Tamsen Fadal about his campaign, his family, and his objectives.

  • Meet the mayoral candidate: Erick Salgado

    Erick Salgado is a Democrat who has gained a large following through his radio ministry.  He is one of two Hispanics running for Mayor this year.  While his chances of winning are slim, he has received support from two unlikely sources: the Orthodox Jewish and Russian communities, possibly because of his distinctly conservative views.  

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