The Great Jack O' Lantern Blaze kicks off on Long Island

Fall is in the air and Long Island is kicking off the Halloween season with the return of the Great Jack O' Lantern Blaze.

Republican presidential debate: Who’s who

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The fourth Republican presidential debate before the Iowa caucuses will air on NewsNation and PIX11 News Wednesday at 8 p.m.

Jonathan Majors’ accuser recounts assault in trial

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Jonathan Majors’ former girlfriend testified that the actor was prone to fits of explosive rage, an escalating pattern that she said ultimately led to her assault

Snow flurries possible in tri-state area ahead of …

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A weak disturbance will move through the area today followed by high pressure which will pass to the south of the area later in the week. We can expect mostly cloudy with a chance of scattered snow flurries. The high will be 41 in the city and low to mid 40s in the suburbs.

Marysol Castro hosts the Maestro Cares gala

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A star-studded fundraiser happened Tuesday night for an excellent cause.

PIX11's New York Living anchor, Marysol Castro, hosted the Maestro Cares Foundation's 10th annual Gala at Cipriani's Wall Street.

Psychedelic reading library, forum gaining popularity

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A new library in Manhattan is quietly gaining popularity.

The Athenaeum on East 46th Street is one of the country's few independent, member-funded libraries. To owner Kat Lakey’s knowledge, it’s the only one in the world dedicated solely to psychedelics.

LES residents react to program aimed to reduce traffic

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Lower East Side residents got an update on a new city plan to reduce traffic jams on the way to the Williamsburg Bridge.

At a community board meeting Tuesday night, the city Department of Transportation gave an update on a newly implemented pilot program to try to ease congestion around Delancy and Grand Streets.

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