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  • Gunman sought for shooting man in the back in Harlem April 23, 2021
    Detectives in Harlem are looking for the gunman who shot a man in the back multiple times last month. The NYPD released on April 23 video footage of the perpetrator behind the March 24 assault, which occurred at about 12:05 a.m. in front of an apartment building at 128 West 116th St. According to police,... […]
    Robert Pozarycki
  • Suozzi ramps up pressure to repeal SALT cap April 23, 2021
    U.S. Rep. Thomas Suozzi (D-LI, Queens) yesterday, April 21, ramped up the pressure on Congress and the Biden Administration to repeal the 2017 law imposing a $10,000 cap on federal income tax deductions for state and local taxes (SALT). In a bipartisan Zoom webinar that included support from U.S. Rep. Young Kim (R-CA) and the... […]
    Stephen Witt
  • Brooklyn Navy Yard partners with Lincoln Tech to provide manufacturing job training to tenant employees April 23, 2021
    Commercial tenants at the Brooklyn Navy Yard will now have access to more manufacturing training. The Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation teamed with Lincoln Educational Services Corporation to provide job training in computerized manufacturing to employees of the tenant companies at the Yard. The training and workforce development program will mark the first joint effort... […]
    Emily Davenport

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  • NYC Youth Struggling with OCD Face Compounded Challenges in Pandemic April 23, 2021
    'I don't know that the diagnostic incidents of OCD has gone up, but the symptom occurrence and the severity has exacerbated with the pandemic,' says Theresa Hsu-Walklet, a psychologist and the assistant director of the Pediatric Behavioral Health Integration Program at Montefiore Medical Center. The post NYC Youth Struggling with OCD Face Compounded Challenges in […]
    Abigail Savitch-Lew
  • Unresolved Questions About NY’s Excluded Workers Fund—& What We Can Learn From Other States April 22, 2021
    How did relief funds for immigrants and excluded workers work in California and Chicago, and what lessons can New York learn as it prepares to launch its own aid program? The post Unresolved Questions About NY’s Excluded Workers Fund—& What We Can Learn From Other States appeared first on City Limits.
    Daniel Parra
  • Opinion: New York Can Commit to a Greener Earth by Passing the Climate and Community Investment Act April 22, 2021
    ‘Under the CCIA, there would be fees on air pollution emissions, in recognition of the negative externalities they produce. Such fees are profoundly fair: it is not so much a punitive tax as it is correcting for market distortions by incorporating the costs society incurs from air pollution.’ The post Opinion: New York Can Commit […]
    Megan Fu

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  • Knife Recovered at NYC Scene Where Twin Infants Were Found Dead: Sources April 23, 2021
    Investigators questioned the 23-year-old mother of twin infants who were found dead inside their Queens NYCHA home — one in a cabinet, the other under a sink — late into Thursday as they tried to piece together what happened to the babies, according to officials and law enforcement sources. It wasn’t immediately clear if charges […]
    Jonathan Dienst, Myles Miller, Ray Villeda, Marc Santia and Tom Shea
  • CDC ‘Looking at' Revising Guidance on Masks Outdoors April 23, 2021
    Masks protect against coronavirus infection, but with more than 84 million adults in the United States fully vaccinated against COVID-19, there are growing questions about whether wearing masks outdoors is still needed. On Thursday, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention told “TODAY” the agency is considering revising its mask guidance. “We’ll be […]
  • All NYC Vaccine Sites Now Accept Walk-ins of Any Eligible Age, Mayor Says April 23, 2021
    What to KnowImprovements in core COVID rates, like hospitalizations, for New York City and state have been fueled by the vaccination rollout, officials say — and they, in turn, are fueling more reopenings16 NYS mass vaccine sites now accept walk-ins for people age 60+; nearly three dozen city-run sites accept walk-ins now for people age […]
    Jennifer Millman


  • RPI launches new institute for energy, the built environment, smart systems April 23, 2021
    TROY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — At the Leaders Summit on Climate hosted by President Joe Biden on Friday, RPI President Shirley Ann Jackson announced the launch of the new Rensselaer Institute for Energy, the Built Environment, and Smart Systems (EBESS). The New York City-based Institute, created with Siemens, Lutron Electronics, Brooklyn Law School, Thornton Tomasetti, HKS, […]
    Chelsea Siegal
  • Watch: Dog steals first place in high school relay race April 23, 2021
    An unexpected competitor decided to join a relay race and steal the win at a Utah high school last week.
    Mercy Owusu KTVX
  • Albany County COVID update, April 23 April 23, 2021
    ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — County Executive Dan McCoy is holding a COVID briefing at 10:30 a.m. with Health Commissioner Dr. Elizabeth Whalen. The briefing will unveil a social media vaccination push and celebrate Earth Week by revealing the artwork and announcing the winner of the local recycle bag design contest. Video will be streamed here […]
    Johan Sheridan

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