Flooding on Belt Parkway causes major delays westbound to the Verrazzano Bridge

A coastal storm that’s drenching the tri-state area with heavy rain is causing major traffic on the Belt Parkway Friday morning.

FDNY union speaks out against proposed budget cuts

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Citizen video of last week’s fire at The Renwick Hotel on Manhattan’s East Side, drawing the attention of onlookers in neighboring buildings.

The FDNY managed to put out the flames in the kitchen - before the fire spread to hotel guest rooms or the connected building right next door.

Activists call for ceasefire in New York City

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Just days after a ceasefire ended between Israel and Hamas, fighting has resumed in the Middle East, with Israel widening their ground offensive into Southern Gaza.

Pro-Palestine supporters rallied through the streets Monday, demanding an end to what they said is a genocide.

Moose on the Loose: Back to Zach?

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This is where the New York Jets are at right now: Someone will start at quarterback Sunday against the Houston Texans.

Well, unless they run the wildcat all game.

Formerly homeless college student now helps others

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A college student from the Bronx who knows what it’s like to be homeless and alone for the holidays is now turning his pain into purpose. 

Helping other young people in his Bronx community find resources and thrive.

More New Yorkers trying juicing

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As 2023 ends, some folks may consider improving their health in the new year. One way to do that is by juicing.

Juices for Life is one of the first juicing stores that opened up in the Bronx, and this time of year, they tend to see new customers looking to reset their health.

SportsNation Nightly: Does Zach Wilson want to play?

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On NY SportsNation Nightly, Figgy and Moose discussed the implications of the reporting that Zach Wilson refused to return to the starting lineup for the Jets in Week 14.

Watch the video player for the full story and be sure to tune in to NY SportsNation Nightly weeknights at 7 p.m. on PIX11.

Quiet week, storms expected after weekend

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The week is shaping up to be a relatively quiet one.

A weak storm system will bypass the region, passing well south during the middle part of the week. On Thursday, a frontal boundary may bring a rain or snow shower, but it does not seem to be a big deal.

Gun trafficking law works, say supporters

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It's the first major federal gun legislation passed in decades, and on Monday, a new report showed the effect that the law known as the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act, or BSCA, is having nationwide and in the tri-state region.

MTA tests new fare gates in Queens

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A new design for the subway turnstile is turning heads. It's the first big test of a new way in and out of the system. 

NYC Transit will evaluate the usage by commuters and the effect on fare evasion

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