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  • Massive explosion and fire kill at least 2 in East Harlem

    NEW YORK -- An explosion that destroyed two buildings in a busy Manhattan neighborhood and killed at least two people was caused by a gas leak, New York Mayor Bill De Blasio said Wednesday, and hours after the explosion, some people remained missing. De...
  • Power Failure Halts Metro-North Service

    An electrical problem that forced Metro-North to suspend commuter rail service between Stamford and New York City on Wednesday could take weeks to repair, leaving limited service available to the 125,000 people who use the New Haven Line each day,...
  • Three children killed in Bronx fire started by candle

    Three young boys died in a fire started by a candle in a Bronx apartment where the power had been shut off, police said. The two-alarm fire broke out just before 8 p.m. Friday in a second-floor apartment where a 25-year-old WOMAN and five of her young...
  • Metro-North's Electrical Failure Outrageous, Inexcusable

    Metro-North's Electrical Failure Outrageous,  Inexcusable
    A second major loss of service in four months on Metro-North Railroad's New Haven Division is outrageous and unacceptable. This service must be reliable. Early Wednesday morning, for reasons still unknown, a 138,000-volt Con Edison feeder cable, which...
  • Be flexible and willing to learn from your peers

    Be flexible and willing to learn from your peers
    Who: James V Brunetti, 58, Hallandale Beach Why: Joined Calvin, Giordano & Associates's Fort Lauderdale office in January and was recently appointed to the newly created position of senior vice president, director of design services. Resume...
  • Bloomberg unveils sweeping disaster protection plan for New York

    In a far-reaching plan that would reshape the coastline of the nation's largest city, New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg unveiled a $20-billion proposal Tuesday that he said will protect New Yorkers from disasters brought on by climate change. New...
  • Rolf Forsberg's 'Parable' part of UCLA tribute on an 'Outre World'

    Several classic feature films such as 1961's "Breakfast at Tiffany's," 1950's "Born Yesterday" and 1983's "A Christmas Story" were among the 25 motion pictures selected last December for inclusion in the prestigious National Film Registry of the Library...
  • PIX11 NEWS EXCLUSIVE: Ex-Con Ed employee accused of pimping underage girls on company's computers

    PIX11 NEWS EXCLUSIVE: Ex-Con Ed employee accused of pimping underage girls on company's computers
    A former employee of Con Edison was allegedly using company computers to pimp out underage girls, PIX 11 News has learned. Royce Corley is expected to be in Manhattan Supreme Court on Tuesday after the NYPD earlier this year pulled the plug on the former...
  • NJ Gas Rationing Ends Tuesday; Gov. Cuomo To Ask FEMA For $30 Bil.

    NJ Gas Rationing Ends Tuesday; Gov. Cuomo To Ask FEMA For $30 Bil.
    As the Tri-State Area continues its shaky recovery from the damage wreaked by Sandy, signs of recovery are offset by reminders of the extent of damage caused by the super storm. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie announced that gas rationing will end at 6 a....
  • Con Ed CEO "Very Sorry" About Ongoing Outages, But Still Wants To Raise Rates

    Con Ed CEO "Very Sorry" About Ongoing Outages, But Still Wants To Raise Rates
    Just a day after New York Governor Andrew Cuomo blasted LIPA and National Grid during a press conference, Con Edison CEO Kevin Burke says he is “sorry” but still plans on applying for rate hikes. "We've been investing in our system and part...
  • Voters run into long lines at polling stations as tri-state area, still reeling from Sandy, braces for hit from nor'easter

    Voters run into long lines at polling stations as tri-state area, still reeling from Sandy, braces for hit from nor'easter
    The city will go under a high-wind watch on Wednesday, with city parks, beaches and playgrounds set to be closed for a day starting at noon as a nor'easter approached the region hard hit by Superstorm Sandy. The city will try to get people to leave...