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All private-sector workers in New York City will be subject to the mayor’s vaccine mandate starting Dec. 27, affecting 184,000 businesses, while vaccine proof for indoor dining, fitness and ente...

  • Dec 1

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    Six people were injured early Wednesday morning after an explosion at a Brooklyn building led to a fire that quickly spread to nearby structures.

  • Nov 30

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    Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Tuesday that overdose prevention center (OPC) services, aimed at reducing overdose deaths — a public health issue that the country as a whole has been grappling wi...
  • Nov 29

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    A chaotic scene unfolded on the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge Sunday afternoon that left a state trooper hospitalized, suspected car thieves in custody and major headaches for holiday weekend travelers....
  • Nov 24

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    The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade will return to its pre-pandemic form this year, with its route restored through Manhattan, high-flying helium balloons once again pulled by handlers and crowds welco...

  • Nov 23

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    An 80-year-old man sitting in his living room and a truck driver weren’t seriously hurt as a dump truck slammed into a South Jersey home Monday morning, causing it to partially collapse onto the resident.

  • Nov 22

    News 4 Now 11/22

    The New York State Assembly released a 45-page report Monday into the conduct of former governor Andrew Cuomo, finding that he sexually harassed women, used state resources to produce his latest book and was “not fully transparent” about nursing home deaths from COVID-19.

  • Nov 19

    News 4 Now 11/19

    An advisory panel to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention voted on Friday to recommend Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna’s Covid-19 booster shots to all adults, a move that simplifies who is eligible for an additional dose.

  • Nov 18

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    More than half a century after the assassination of Malcolm X, two of his convicted killers were exonerated Thursday after decades of doubt about who was responsible for the civil rights icon’s death.

  • Nov 17

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    Five people were found dead following a massive fire at a multi-family home in a historic downtown Long Island neighborhood late Tuesday, county officials said.

  • Nov 17

    News 4 Now 11/16

    Times Square will once again be filled with cheering crowds this New Year’s Eve, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Tuesday as he invited hundreds of thousands of revelers to attend the United States’ largest end-of-year celebration.

  • Nov 15

    News 4 Now 11/15

    Some four tornadoes touched down on Long Island Saturday in a first for Nassau and Suffolk counties, which have no records of a tornado striking in November.

  • Nov 12

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    A woman was seen climbing over a barrier at the Bronx Zoo’s lion exhibit, witnesses exclusively told NBC New York, as cellphone video showed her holding roses and tossing money toward the fearsome feline.

  • Nov 11

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    A woman in her 20s out jogging in Central Park Thursday was ambushed by a sex attacker wearing all black who grabbed her from behind and choked her until she lost consciousness, police confirmed. And they say they’re looking into whether another sex attack near FDR Drive 45 minutes later could be linked to her case.

  • Nov 10

    News 4 Now 11/10

    A 36-year-old woman was getting in a New York City subway elevator with her utility cart when a man approached her, appeared to scream in her face and brutally assaulted her.

  • Nov 9

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    Two men wearing NYPD-branded sweats and surgical masks — with one of them wearing an apparently fake badge — tied up and robbed a family in an exclusive Bronx neighborhood early Tuesday morning, law enforcement sources said.

  • Nov 8

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    Parents at a number of New York City public schools were in line very early Monday morning to give their newly-eligible children the COVID-19 shot.

  • Nov 5

    News 4 Now 11/5

    New York City-run vaccine sites started offering COVID shots to kids aged 5 to 11 for the first time on Thursday — and the financial incentives are already flowing.

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