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  • OCME: Police chokehold caused Eric Garner's death

    OCME: Police chokehold caused Eric Garner's death

    Friday, August 1 2014 7:19 PM EDT2014-08-01 23:19:02 GMT
    The New York City medical examiner ruled Friday that a police officer's chokehold caused the death of a man whose videotaped arrest and final pleas of "I can't breathe!" sparked outrage and led to the announcement of a complete overhaul of use-of-force training for the nation's largest police force.
    The New York City medical examiner ruled Friday that a police officer's chokehold caused the death of a man whose videotaped arrest and final pleas of "I can't breathe!" sparked outrage and led to the announcement of a complete overhaul of use-of-force training for the nation's largest police force.
  • Massive emergency drill in New York City

    Massive emergency drill in New York City

    Friday, August 1 2014 5:14 PM EDT2014-08-01 21:14:45 GMT
    The New York City Department of Health conducted a massive emergency preparedness drill at 30 facilities across the city on Friday. They tested the delivery of emergency medications in the event of a biological attack, such as anthrax, or other large-scale public health emergency in the city. The majority of the deliveries will take place to public school buildings.
    The New York City Department of Health conducted a massive emergency preparedness drill at 30 facilities across the city on Friday. They tested the delivery of emergency medications in the event of a biological attack, such as anthrax, or other large-scale public health emergency in the city. The majority of the deliveries will take place to public school buildings.
  • Gaza cease-fire breaks down within hours

    Gaza cease-fire breaks down within hours

    Friday, August 1 2014 5:37 AM EDT2014-08-01 09:37:46 GMT
    A three-day Gaza cease-fire that began Friday quickly unraveled, with Israel and Hamas accusing each other of violating the truce as four Palestinians were killed in a heavy exchange of fire in the southern town of Rafah.
    A three-day Gaza cease-fire that began Friday quickly unraveled, with Israel and Hamas accusing each other of violating the truce as four Palestinians were killed in a heavy exchange of fire in the southern town of Rafah.
  • 'Ice bucket challenge'

    NY man with ALS gets support from friends and strangers

    NY man with ALS gets support from friends and strangers

    Friday, August 1 2014 7:14 PM EDT2014-08-01 23:14:45 GMT
    When he was 31, Patrick Quinn, of Queens, received the life-changing news: he has ALS. It all started after a softball game in 2011. After two years of countless medical tests, the diagnosis was final. Since then, Quinn has watched his body change. His arms are much thinner. His biceps and triceps have atrophied. His hands have lost all muscle.
    When he was 31, Patrick Quinn, of Queens, received the life-changing news: he has ALS. It all started after a softball game in 2011. After two years of countless medical tests, the diagnosis was final. Since then, Quinn has watched his body change. His arms are much thinner. His biceps and triceps have atrophied. His hands have lost all muscle.
  • Shooting at NJ Transit station

    Shooting at NJ Transit station

    Friday, August 1 2014 8:53 AM EDT2014-08-01 12:53:14 GMT
    Police were investigating a shooting at the NJ Transit train station in Elizabeth, N.J. on Friday morning.  It apparently happened around 4:30 a.m. The victim was shot in the leg in an apparent robbery.
    Police were investigating a shooting at the NJ Transit train station in Elizabeth, N.J. on Friday morning.  It apparently happened around 4:30 a.m. The victim was shot in the leg in an apparent robbery.
  • Doughnut cheesesteak burger debuts in Philadelphia restaurant

    Doughnut cheesesteak burger debuts in Philadelphia restaurant

    Friday, August 1 2014 3:57 PM EDT2014-08-01 19:57:02 GMT
    Cheesesteak lovers with a sweet tooth can rejoice. PYT Restaurant in Philadelphia took the staple Philly cheesesteak, added a beef patty, and put the meats inside a grilled glazed doughnut.
    Cheesesteak lovers with a sweet tooth can rejoice. PYT Restaurant in Philadelphia took the staple Philly cheesesteak, added a beef patty, and put the meats inside a grilled glazed doughnut.
  • 'Get on Up' and James Brown's Harlem legacy

    'Get on Up' and James Brown's Harlem legacy

    Friday, August 1 2014 5:55 PM EDT2014-08-01 21:55:13 GMT
    "Get on Up" is in theaters now. The film chronicles the career of James Brown, who had a special connection to Harlem and New York. Billy Mitchell is the in-house historian at the historic Apollo Theater. He says the Apollo was a second home to Brown, as it was here where he became an international superstar who appealed to all. But Brown's NYC legacy stretches even further.
    "Get on Up" is in theaters now. The film chronicles the career of James Brown, who had a special connection to Harlem and New York. Billy Mitchell is the in-house historian at the historic Apollo Theater. He says the Apollo was a second home to Brown, as it was here where he became an international superstar who appealed to all. But Brown's NYC legacy stretches even further.
  • Dog found in abandoned home cleaned up and adopted

    Dog found in abandoned home cleaned up and adopted

    Friday, August 1 2014 5:51 PM EDT2014-08-01 21:51:00 GMT
    A 6-year-old Shih Tzu mix that was found in an abandoned home in Lindenhurst two weeks ago now has a new home with a new family. Ziggy has been has been cleaned up and has undergone physical therapy. Babylon town employees took three and a half hours to remove nearly four pounds of matted hair after they found him. Ziggy's fur was so matted and his nails so overgrown that he could barely walk.
    A 6-year-old Shih Tzu mix that was found in an abandoned home in Lindenhurst two weeks ago now has a new home with a new family. Ziggy has been has been cleaned up and has undergone physical therapy. Babylon town employees took three and a half hours to remove nearly four pounds of matted hair after they found him. Ziggy's fur was so matted and his nails so overgrown that he could barely walk.
  • Doctors making 'house calls' via app

    Doctors making 'house calls' via app

    Thursday, July 31 2014 10:15 PM EDT2014-08-01 02:15:42 GMT
    Even when it's a simple stomach ache, many of us look to the web for answers. Now, a licensed doctor can diagnose patients through the online service called HealthTap. Patients have been able to type in questions and get answers for free from 62,000 doctors. But now, patients can have live video conferences with doctors for $99 a month, plus $10 for every additional family member.
    Even when it's a simple stomach ache, many of us look to the web for answers. Now, a licensed doctor can diagnose patients through the online service called HealthTap. Patients have been able to type in questions and get answers for free from 62,000 doctors. But now, patients can have live video conferences with doctors for $99 a month, plus $10 for every additional family member.
  • Contract talks in Met Opera labor dispute extended

    Contract talks in Met Opera labor dispute extended

    Friday, August 1 2014 5:55 AM EDT2014-08-01 09:55:06 GMT
    A federal mediator is on her way to New York to try to resolve a labor faceoff at New York's Metropolitan Opera.
    New York's Metropolitan Opera says labor talks with its unions have been extended for an additional 72 hours, averting a threatened midnight lockout.
  • New York's smallest piece of private land

    New York's smallest piece of private land

    Friday, August 1 2014 5:45 AM EDT2014-08-01 09:45:15 GMT
    The Hess triangle is a tiny piece of private property in Greenwich Village. Manhattan historian Joyce Gold explained the origins of the property: After World War I, New York City seized a beautiful residence and tore it down so it could extend Seventh Avenue and the west side subway below it. The city left the building's owner only a tiny scrap of property so small it requested he donate the triangle to make way for a sidewalk. The man refused, took the city to court and won.
    The Hess triangle is a tiny piece of private property in Greenwich Village. Manhattan historian Joyce Gold explained the origins of the property: After World War I, New York City seized a beautiful residence and tore it down so it could extend Seventh Avenue and the west side subway below it. The city left the building's owner only a tiny scrap of property so small it requested he donate the triangle to make way for a sidewalk. The man refused, took the city to court and won.
  • Manhattan fire

    Manhattan fire

    Friday, August 1 2014 11:35 AM EDT2014-08-01 15:35:42 GMT
    A large fire was burning in Manhattan on Friday morning.The FDNY was called to 251 E. 35th St. around 11 a.m. It quickly went to two alarms.The building houses a Chinese Restaurant on the first floor and residential units on the upper floors.Thick black smoke was seen over the scene.This is a developing story and will be updated.
    A large fire was burning in Manhattan on Friday morning.The FDNY was called to 251 E. 35th St. around 11 a.m. It quickly went to two alarms.The building houses a Chinese Restaurant on the first floor and residential units on the upper floors.Thick black smoke was seen over the scene.This is a developing story and will be updated.
  • Runners of 3,100-mile race in Queens seek spiritual experience

    Runners of 3,100-mile race in Queens seek spiritual experience

    Thursday, July 31 2014 7:26 PM EDT2014-07-31 23:26:44 GMT
    Since mid-June, 14 runners have been on a mission that is spiritual at its core. They are running the Self-Transcendence 3,100 Mile Race in Jamaica, Queens. Spiritual leader and former Queens resident Sri Chimnoy, who died in 2007, created the race, which lasts 52 days.
    Since mid-June, 14 runners have been on a mission that is spiritual at its core. They are running the Self-Transcendence 3,100 Mile Race in Jamaica, Queens. Spiritual leader and former Queens resident Sri Chimnoy, who died in 2007, created the race, which lasts 52 days.
  • Harvard students invent cake in a spray can

    Harvard students invent cake in a spray can

    Friday, August 1 2014 10:42 AM EDT2014-08-01 14:42:05 GMT
    Baking a cake is strenuous process. But students at Harvard have found a way to make that strenuous process easy as pie. John McCallum and Brooke Nowakowski invented Spray Cake, an aerosol spray that releases air bubbles inside the batter, making the cake rise without baking soda or powder. “Because it is just cake batter and just changed the proportions of certain ingredients, it came out tasting great the first time,” said McCallum. 
    Baking a cake is strenuous process. But students at Harvard have found a way to make that strenuous process easy as pie. John McCallum and Brooke Nowakowski invented Spray Cake, an aerosol spray that releases air bubbles inside the batter, making the cake rise without baking soda or powder. “Because it is just cake batter and just changed the proportions of certain ingredients, it came out tasting great the first time,” said McCallum. 
  • Fab 5 - Aug. 1, 2014

    Fab 5 - Aug. 1, 2014

    Friday, August 1 2014 11:18 AM EDT2014-08-01 15:18:08 GMT
    Antwan Lewis is hosting this week's Fab 5.  Future of Technology - There are so many changes when it comes to technology. It's hard to keep up. Antwan Lewis helps show you what's in store for the future.  Big Idea: Going Green - Mac King tells us why despite a lot being done to make New York City more environmentally friendly... even more needs to be done.  IV Hangover Cure. You'll never believe the lengths some celebrities are going to cure a hangover...
    Antwan Lewis is hosting this week's Fab 5.  Future of Technology - There are so many changes when it comes to technology. It's hard to keep up. Antwan Lewis helps show you what's in store for the future.  Big Idea: Going Green - Mac King tells us why despite a lot being done to make New York City more environmentally friendly... even more needs to be done.  IV Hangover Cure. You'll never believe the lengths some celebrities are going to cure a hangover...
  • Mayor runs town from base in Afghanistan

    Mayor runs town from base in Afghanistan

    Thursday, July 31 2014 4:55 PM EDT2014-07-31 20:55:39 GMT
    A mayor in Indiana is pulling double duty, serving his town and his country. South Bend mayor Pete Buttigieg is an active member of the U.S. Navy and was deployed to Afghanistan in April. When he was deployed, he temporarily passed his day-to-day duties to deputy Mayor Mark Neal, but Buttigieg checks in every week via Skype.
    A mayor in Indiana is pulling double duty, serving his town and his country. South Bend mayor Pete Buttigieg is an active member of the U.S. Navy and was deployed to Afghanistan in April. When he was deployed, he temporarily passed his day-to-day duties to deputy Mayor Mark Neal, but Buttigieg checks in every week via Skype.
  • Woman plunges to death over cliff in Catskills

    Woman plunges to death over cliff in Catskills

    Thursday, July 31 2014 2:42 PM EDT2014-07-31 18:42:28 GMT
    Authorities say a 23-year-old woman trying to take a picture by the edge of a cliff in the Catskill Mountains died after falling more than 150 feet.
    Authorities say a 23-year-old woman trying to take a picture by the edge of a cliff in the Catskill Mountains died after falling more than 150 feet.
  • Mom arrested for letting her son walk to a park

    Mom arrested for letting her son walk to a park

    Thursday, July 31 2014 2:40 PM EDT2014-07-31 18:40:50 GMT
    A Florida mom is facing neglect charges after allowing her child to walk to the park alone. Nicole Gainey let her son Dominic Guerrisi, 7, walk to the park about a half a mile from their home.
    A Florida mom is facing neglect charges after allowing her child to walk to the park alone. Nicole Gainey let her son Dominic Guerrisi, 7, walk to the park about a half a mile from their home.
  • Axe flies through windshield

    Axe flies through windshield

    Wednesday, July 30 2014 4:44 PM EDT2014-07-30 20:44:10 GMT
    An "axe-cident" on I-95 in Massachusetts left the passenger of a car shaken up but uninjured after an axe crashed into the windshield.
    An "axe-cident" on I-95 in Massachusetts left the passenger of a car shaken up but uninjured after an axe crashed into the windshield.
  • Lew's Views: the bright side

    Lew's Views: the bright side

    Jul 23, 2014 05:43 PM2014-07-25 09:48:51 GMT
    Lew Leone is the vice president and general manager of WNYW-FOX 5. He is taking to the airwaves with his thoughts on current affairs. It's called "Lew's View." In this commentary, Mr. Leone talks about Fox 5's efforts to highlight the good news.
    Lew Leone is the vice president and general manager of WNYW-FOX 5. He is taking to the airwaves with his thoughts on current affairs. It's called "Lew's View." In this commentary, Mr. Leone talks about Fox 5's efforts to highlight the good news.
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  • OCME: Police chokehold caused Eric Garner's death

    OCME: Police chokehold caused Eric Garner's death

    Friday, August 1 2014 7:19 PM EDT2014-08-01 23:19:02 GMT
    The New York City medical examiner ruled Friday that a police officer's chokehold caused the death of a man whose videotaped arrest and final pleas of "I can't breathe!" sparked outrage and led to the announcement of a complete overhaul of use-of-force training for the nation's largest police force.
    The New York City medical examiner ruled Friday that a police officer's chokehold caused the death of a man whose videotaped arrest and final pleas of "I can't breathe!" sparked outrage and led to the announcement of a complete overhaul of use-of-force training for the nation's largest police force.
  • 'Ice bucket challenge'

    NY man with ALS gets support from friends and strangers

    NY man with ALS gets support from friends and strangers

    Friday, August 1 2014 7:14 PM EDT2014-08-01 23:14:45 GMT
    When he was 31, Patrick Quinn, of Queens, received the life-changing news: he has ALS. It all started after a softball game in 2011. After two years of countless medical tests, the diagnosis was final. Since then, Quinn has watched his body change. His arms are much thinner. His biceps and triceps have atrophied. His hands have lost all muscle.
    When he was 31, Patrick Quinn, of Queens, received the life-changing news: he has ALS. It all started after a softball game in 2011. After two years of countless medical tests, the diagnosis was final. Since then, Quinn has watched his body change. His arms are much thinner. His biceps and triceps have atrophied. His hands have lost all muscle.
  • 'Get on Up' and James Brown's Harlem legacy

    'Get on Up' and James Brown's Harlem legacy

    Friday, August 1 2014 5:55 PM EDT2014-08-01 21:55:13 GMT
    "Get on Up" is in theaters now. The film chronicles the career of James Brown, who had a special connection to Harlem and New York. Billy Mitchell is the in-house historian at the historic Apollo Theater. He says the Apollo was a second home to Brown, as it was here where he became an international superstar who appealed to all. But Brown's NYC legacy stretches even further.
    "Get on Up" is in theaters now. The film chronicles the career of James Brown, who had a special connection to Harlem and New York. Billy Mitchell is the in-house historian at the historic Apollo Theater. He says the Apollo was a second home to Brown, as it was here where he became an international superstar who appealed to all. But Brown's NYC legacy stretches even further.
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