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Aired: February 28, 2014 | Comments Off

Reporter: Clodagh McGowan
Producer: Marisa Marcellino
Technology is making it easier and cheaper to unravel your family’s history. In this consumer report, Clodagh McGowan takes a closer look at home DNA kits.

 

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Aired: February 28, 2014 | Comments Off

Reporter/Producer: Patricia Guerra
In a joint operation, Mexican authorities and the DEA captured infamous drug lord El Chapo Guzman.
 
 

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Aired: February 28, 2014 | Comments Off

Executive Producer: Jake Lefferman
Managing Editor: Alexis Gray
Coordinating Producers: Kurumi Fukushima and Priscilla Riojas
Anchors: Julie Cerullo and Krysta Michaelides
Writers: Prisca Pointdujour and Cherise Frazier

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Aired: February 28, 2014 | Comments Off

Reporter: U-Jin Lee
Producer: U-Jin Lee
What seemed just a week ago to be a step toward peace and an end to the political crisis in Ukraine is now taking a turn. U-Jin Lee reports.

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Aired: February 28, 2014 | Comments Off

Reporter: Jacki Bryk
Producer: Jacki Bryk
With cocoa prices reaching a 29 month high and production stagnating, Jacki Bryk reports on what will happen to the price of your favorite chocolate bars?

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Aired: February 21, 2014 | Comments Off

Reporter: Jacki Bryk
Producer: Priscilla Riojas
Jackie Ceonzo is a true demonstration of when push comes to shove-create your own way. Jackie Bryk Takes you inside SNACK.

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Aired: February 21, 2014 | Comments Off

Reporter: Alexis Gray
Producer: U-Jin Lee
In the next three years, the feminine hygiene market is expected to reach $15.2 billion. But are women spending more and using more tampons and pads than they need to? Alexis Gray investigates.

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Aired: February 21, 2014 | Comments Off

Focus Report: Long Island City’s Growing Arts Scene
Reporter: Jenna Dagenhart
Producer: Cho Park
Manhattan, widely known as a center for the arts, is becoming too expensive for young and upcoming artists to live in. They’re moving outwards – not to Brooklyn, but to Long Island City, which some are claiming will be the new “it” place for artists. Watch and see how different artists, including those from the performing arts, have made LIC their new home.

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Aired: February 21, 2014 | Comments Off

Reporter: Marika Washchyshyn
Producer: Charise Frazier
The large Ukrainian-American population in New York City reacts to a string of violence amid months of protests in Ukraine. Marika Washchyshyn reports.

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Aired: February 21, 2014 | Comments Off

Reporter/Producer: Shannon Crawford
We all know red means stop, and white means go. But recently, some cross lights have been sending a confusing message. Shannon Crawford tells us why the signs are malfunctioning and how long pedestrians will have to wait for a fix.

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