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Aired: April 30, 2014 | Comments Off
Smart Taxi Card to Help those with Disabilities

Reporter: Averi Harper
Producer: Averi Harper
The expansion of a pilot program that helps senior citizens and those with disabilities get around the city in a New York minute at no cost to the rider could be coming to your neighborhood. Take a look.
 
 
 

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Aired: April 29, 2014 | Comments Off

Reporter: Prisca Pointdujour
Producer: Prisca Pointdujour
Eight people were killed and more than 60 were injured in East Harlem’s building collapse, but doctors and firefighters come together to celebrate one victory.

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Aired: April 29, 2014 | Comments Off

 
Reporter: Sade Strehlke
Producer: Prisca Pointdujour
Morningside Heights residents and community leaders vow to fight a plan to build a high-rise next to St. John the Divine Cathedral.

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Aired: April 29, 2014 | Comments Off

 
Reporter: Kurumi Fukushima
Producer: Prisca Pointdujour
It’s only a matter of time before many New York City neighborhoods are under water. The question is, how much time? Find out using a new web tool.
 

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Aired: April 29, 2014 | Comments Off

Reporter: Kurumi Fukushima
Producer: Jenna Dagenhart
Juicing bars are cropping up all around New York City.  Many people are taking the trend to extremes by going on costly three to five day juice cleanses.  But are they a healthy investment? Kurumi Fukushima reports.

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Aired: April 25, 2014 | Comments Off
Anti-Aging Products: Do They Work?

Reporter: Sade Strehlke
Producer: Julie Cerullo
 
Sade Strehlke examines whether anti-aging products really work

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Aired: April 25, 2014 | Comments Off

Reporter: Alexis Gray
Producer: Patty Guerra
Driving the streets of Manhattan can make for a bumpy ride, especially in Morningside Heights and the Upper West Side. A recent study ranked more than 65 percent of the streets in those two neighborhoods as “fair to poor.” Alexis Gray investigates.

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Aired: April 25, 2014 | 2 Comments

Reporter: Marisa Marcellino
Producer: Priscilla Riojas
Celebrations are kicking off this week for the 50th anniversary of the New York World’s Fair. The question on many people’s minds is what will become of those iconic structures. Marisa Marcellino reports on a newly designated national treasure.

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Aired: April 25, 2014 | Comments Off

Reporter/Producer: Clodagh McGowan
Eighteen months after Superstorm Sandy pummeled the tiny ocean community of Breezy Point, the volunteer power is still going strong. Clodagh McGowan introduces you to Jim Killoran, the man spearheading the relief efforts.
 

 
 

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Aired: April 25, 2014 | Comments Off

Reporter/Producer: Patricia Guerra
Students at two NYU Dorm buildings received eviction notices under their doors. These fake flyers were part of a campaign launched by pro-Palestinian students in order to bring attention to the realities faced by many Palestinians living in the Middle East.
 

 

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