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  • Manhunt for suspect in murder of Queens bodega worker

    The hunt is on for the suspect in murder of Queens bodega worker. Mike Sheehan picks up the story from Ridgewood.

  • Elevator falls 3 floors with parking attendant inside, accident’s under investigation

    NEW YORK (PIX11) — The Fire Department snapped this photo of an elevator shaft in the Icon Parking Garage on West 51st Street and 8th Avenue. Officials say all of sudden, the elevator fell three floors with someone inside, a 34-year-old parking attendant.  He was moving a car. He was taken to the hospital complaining of back pain. The cause of the accident is under investigation.

  • Guess who’s going to President Barack Obama’s inauguration?

    NEW YORK (PIX11) — There was an online state lottery to win tickets to next month’s presidential inauguration in Washington, D.C. And the winners got the news Sunday. As the inaugural chairman, Sen. Chuck Schumer was on hand to introduce the winners — 250  statewide; 93 came from the five boroughs and Long Island. There were 140,000 applicants for President Obama’s 2008 inaugural; this time around, there were 70,000 to 80,000. As stipulated by the U.S. Constitution, Inauguration Day is […]

  • New Yorkers against gun violence form human chain across Brooklyn Bridge

    New Yorkers against gun violence, that was the inspiration for dozens of people to create a human chain and walk across the Brooklyn Bridge. Mike Sheehan has the story.

  • Young Newark boy critical from stab wound in the neck

    A young boy is in critical condition, after being stabbed in the neck on a New Jersey street. Nicole Johnson has the story from Newark.

  • Another cruise, another instance of passengers sickened by the Norovirus

    GALVESTON, TEXAS (PIX11) — A cruise ship is being sanitized in Texas after more than 100 people became sickened by Norovirus, which is highly contagious. The Crown Princess docked in Galveston Saturday. Princess Cruises says the virus was likely carried onto the ship by boarding passengers. The ship left Venice, Italy, earlier this month for what was supposed to be a fun 20-day cruise.

  • Western New York gets White Christmas

    UPSTATE NEW YORK (PIX11) —  People in western New York got hit with some pretty heavy snowfall this weekend. The fresh snow inspired one little guy to do a little dance and take a taste. Of course, there was snowblowing and shoveling that had to be done. Meanwhile, others saw the snow as an opportunity to hit the slopes. There were some areas that got up to a foot of snow, before the day was over.

  • Bush 41 may spend Christmas in hospital

    HOUSTON, TEXAS (PIX11) — Former President George H.W. Bush may not be home in time for Christmas as doctors had thought, initially. The 88-year-old has been hospitalized for the last month because of bronchitis. He’s in stable condition and expected to make a full recovery. However, doctors are being extra cautious and not setting a discharge date They feel that the elder Bush should build up his energy before he’s discharged.

  • School bus strike looms large for thousands of city kids

    NEW YORK (PIX11) — There may be some big changes when New York City school children return from the holiday break. An impending school bus strike would force more than 150,000 students to find a new way to get to school. According to Mayor Michael Bloomberg, it is impossible for union drivers to get job security despite any contract changes. City Comptroller John Liu and many other officials are furious with Bloomberg. If there is a strike, the city plans […]

  • Wanna use the FDNY Logo? It’s gonna cost ya!

    NEW YORK (PIX11) — The Fire Department is protecting its brand, charging firefighter groups money to use the letters F-D-N-Y. The department has demanded that the dozens of active or retired firefighter organizations pay a $100 fee to become an affiliated organization. The policy was enacted to stop outsiders, who rip-off “FDNY” and other city-owned trademarks, which bring in close to $24 million a year in merchandise sales and licensing fees..

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