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The city has finalized a map of new hurricane evacuation zones, revised in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, and an additional 600,000 New Yorkers now live within the zones' boundaries. | Find out if your home is in an evacuation zone.
Updated 06/18/2013 03:43 PM
Budding entrepreneurs are whipping their ideas into tasty treats that they hope to turn into a career, in a South Bronx kitchen specially set up for that to happen.
06/18/2013 07:40 PM
Police say a man who was injured after falling from his apartment window in the Bronx last night was the victim of an attempted robbery.
06/18/2013 09:30 AM
A 17-year-old boy was arrested and charged in connection with last week's shooting and injuring of a 9-year-old girl in the Kingsbridge section of the Bronx.
Updated 06/17/2013 10:55 PM
Starting this fall, this city says it will begin expanding its organic waste collecting program to neighborhoods in all five boroughs, in the hopes of diverting 30 percent of the city's waste from landfills by 2017.
Updated 06/17/2013 10:50 PM
Two everyday New Yorkers are getting a break from their 9-to-5 jobs by starring in major upcoming films.
06/17/2013 02:47 PM
Over the weekend, police had wanted to speak with a teenager about a Friday shooting that wounded a girl in the Kingsbridge section of the Bronx.
Updated 06/16/2013 05:12 PM
The expected summer blockbuster "World War Z", starring Brad Pitt as a zombie-fighting hero who is saving the world from a zombie invasion, premiered Monday night in Times Square.
Andrew Losowsky of The Huffington Post reports for NY1 on newly released book titles and the world of publishing in "The Book Reader."
A major ruling by the Supreme Court Friday will have a major impact on scientific research and genetic testing. NY1 health reporter Erin Billups recently visited a genetics lab in the Bronx to take a closer look at what this means for New Yorkers.
In his latest "Sound Advice" report, WFUV DJ Eric Holland spoke with Rod Argent of the Zombies, who explained one of rock's enduring classics, "Odyssey and Oracle."
NY1 takes a look at what’s in today’s New York City newspapers.
Almost eight months after Hurricane Sandy, a Staten Island family is living in limbo, waiting on a payout from their flood insurance for their house that was gutted by the storm.
John Schiumo hosts the June 18, 2013 episode of The Call.
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