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Crash Kills 1, Closes Part of Long Island Expressway

Crash Kills 1, Closes Part of Long Island Expressway

A deadly crash shutdown a stretch of the Long Island Expressway Friday morning. Katherine Creag reports.

3 hours ago

'Real Men' Billboard Triggers Protest

'Real Men' Billboard Triggers Protest

Women are speaking out about a North Carolina billboard recently erected near Winston-Salem. The sign reads, "Real men provide, Real women appreciate it."

Friday, Feb 24, 2017 at 01:36 AM EST

Driver Takes Down Suspect During Police Chase: NYPD

Driver Takes Down Suspect During Police Chase: NYPD

Police say a good Samaritan tackled a suspect as he tried to jump from a bridge at the height of rush hour on Thursday. Ray Villeda reports.

Friday, Feb 24, 2017 at 12:55 AM EST

Hundreds Rally at Stonewall in Support of Transgender Rights

Hundreds Rally at Stonewall in Support of Transgender Rights

Hundreds of people rallied at the historic Stonewall Inn in support of transgender rights. Checkey Beckford reports.

Friday, Feb 24, 2017 at 12:44 AM EST

NJ Transit Riders, Survivor of Hoboken Crash Testify

NJ Transit Riders, Survivor of Hoboken Crash Testify

Commuters and a survivor of the Hoboken train crash testified for lawmakers and NJ Transit officials. Stefan Holt reports.

Thursday, Feb 23, 2017 at 03:20 PM EST

Hundreds of Bees Attack 11-Year-Old Boy

Hundreds of Bees Attack 11-Year-Old Boy

An 11-year-old Phoenix, Arizona, boy describes the painful encounter with hundreds of Africanized bees that left him hospitalized. KPNX's Jen Wahl reports.

Thursday, Feb 23, 2017 at 07:58 PM EST

Passengers Demand Answers Following Intense Customs Scrutiny at JFK Airport

Passengers Demand Answers Following Intense Customs Scrutiny at JFK Airport

When Kelley Amadei disembarked from Delta Flight 1583 with her wife and son, she says two Customs and Border Protection agents studied their identification cards, glancing between her and the ID before focusing his gaze on her 7-year-old.

Thursday, Feb 23, 2017 at 11:41 AM EST

'Father of the Selfie' Takes Self Portraits for 3 Decades

'Father of the Selfie' Takes Self Portraits for 3 Decades

Photographer Karl Baden takes self portraits for different reasons that any other person might. His life-long photography project "Every Day" was meant to document his aging, with the first photo taken on Feb. 23, 1987 three decades ago and a daily self portrait taken ever since. Baden, the "Father of the Selfie," says he intends to do the project for the rest of his life. 

Thursday, Feb 23, 2017 at 01:31 PM EST

9-Year-Old Boy Weighing 15 Pounds Starves to Death

9-Year-Old Boy Weighing 15 Pounds Starves to Death

Four people were arrested after a 9-year-old Indiana boy weighing only 15 pounds starved to death, officials say. WTWO's Mike Tank reports.

Thursday, Feb 23, 2017 at 08:51 PM EST

NYC Bus, Subway Delays Getting Worse: MTA

NYC Bus, Subway Delays Getting Worse: MTA

Delays on New York City buses and subway trains are getting worse, according to the MTA: in 2012, there were about 28,000 delays per month -- but last year, there were 70,000 delays. That's an increase of 150 percent from four years ago.  Acting MTA chairman Freddie Ferrer says relief is on the way later this year, in the form of R-179s. New subway cars that started arriving by truck in recent months and have been tested in recent weeks. They'll replace the old ones that break down on the A, C and J lines. The MTA says it also needs to overhaul the signal system, and some of that is scheduled to happen in the next five years.  As for buses, the MTA acknowledges frequent gridlock has led to a dip in bus ridership. It's pledging multi-door entry and a MetroCard replacement to speed service.  Andrew Siff reports.

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