Aired: May 9, 2014 | Comments Off
Crime Rises in NYC Parks: Protecting The City’s Open Spaces

Reporter: Priscilla Riojas
Producer: Kenley Hargett
CRIME CONTINUES TO DECREASE ACROSS ALL 5 BOROUGHS, BUT ACCORDING TO A RECENT REPORT MAJOR FELONIES SPIKED IN NEW YORK CITY PARKS. PRISCILLA RIOJAS HAS THE REPORT ON WHATS BEING DONE TO PROTECT THE CITY’S OPEN SPACES.

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Aired: May 18, 2014 | Comments Off

Reporter/Producer: Shannon Crawford
If most kids caused trouble, they would have to answer to their parents. The same is true for Shannon Crawford–but both of her parents happen to be special agents in the FBI. She tells us what it is like to grow to up with an FBI family.

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Aired: May 16, 2014 | Comments Off

Reporter: Alexis Gray
Producer: Krysta Michaelides
Report, conducted by his own attorney, reveals that Governor Chris Christie was not aware and was not involved in the lane realignment.  The report cost state taxpayers $1 million.
 
 

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Aired: May 16, 2014 | Comments Off

Reporter: Averi Harper
Producer: Krysta Michaelides
NY liquor distilleries are making a boom in New York State.  This could mean billions for the state’s economy.
 

 

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Aired: May 16, 2014 | Comments Off

Reporter: Averi Harper
Producer: Krysta Michaelides
The only language teacher at The Secondary School of Journalism was fired. Students are concerned with their futures because they are no longer being offered the necessary language classes to graduate.
 

 

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Aired: May 13, 2014 | Comments Off

Reporter: Shannon Crawford
Producer: Jacki Bryk
Dogs may be man’s best friend, but for people with disabilities, they can also be their biggest helpers. In our New Yorker of the week, we meet one woman who is training dogs to be more than pets so their owners can do more than they thought possible.

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Aired: May 10, 2014 | Comments Off

Reporter: Prisca Pointdujour
Producer: Prisca Pointdujour
The abduction of more than 200 Nigerian schoolgirls has sparked outrage across the globe, and local members of the community want the government to do more.
 

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Aired: May 9, 2014 | Comments Off

Reporter: Veronica Jean Seltzer
Producer: Marisa Marcellino

The Prospect Park Senior Residence in Park Slope is being shut down. Many seniors considered this their last stop and are dealing with the mental and physical effects of moving. Annemarie Mogil, 91, is one of them.

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Aired: May 9, 2014 | Comments Off

In this week’s Morningside Report—we take you inside the Union Food Lab—where a not-for-profit is giving local entrepreneurs a recipe for success.
Reporter: Clodagh McGowan
Producer: Kurumi Fukushima

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Aired: May 9, 2014 | Comments Off

Reporter: Marika Washchyshyn
Producer: Prisca Pointdujour
Thirteen years after the 9/11 attacks, the remains of unidentified victims are being returned to Ground Zero. They will be laid to rest in a repository near the 9/11 Memorial Museum, set to open May 21st. But not everyone is enthused about the victims’ return.

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Consumer Watch »

Aired: May 2, 2014 | Comments Off
Dinner at Your Doorstep

Reporter: Jake Lefferman
Producer: Solina Lewis
Time is money and young professionals in NYC don’t seem to have enough of either. In our Consumer Watch, Jake Lefferman takes a look at a new trend that has people eating in and encourages healthful dining.

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Aired: May 2, 2014 | Comments Off

Reporter: Priscilla Riojas
Producer: Priscilla Riojas
Cheerleading has been promoted. This week the New York State Board of Regents voted to recognize cheerleading as an official interscholastic sport. Priscilla Riojas takes us inside this newly dubbed sport.

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