• Decision 2021 Jun 21

    NYC Voters Want More Cops, But Sharply Divided on How and Where: WNBC Poll

    Of all the options to reduce crime before voters, shifting police funding to mental health is the single most popular choice – and while more voters overall want to increase police presence in the community in some way, they are divided about what that looks like. The WNBC/Telemundo 47/POLITICO/Marist Poll found 33 percent of likely NYC Democratic primary voters believe…

  • WNBC Jun 4

    News 4 to Launch 7 p.m. Newscast on Monday

    News 4 New York will add a new 7 p.m. daily local newscast to its lineup starting this coming Monday, June 7. The thirty-minute show will include breaking news, weather and investigative reporting. It will be the only regularly scheduled 7 p.m. local newscast offered over-the-air in the tri-state region.  With the addition of the new show, WNBC will now…

  • Decision 2021 Jun 3

    NBC 4 Community Forum: The Race for NYC Mayor

    Spotlighting the issues and voices that will shape the upcoming New York City elections for mayor, comptroller and dozens of other offices this fall, NBC 4 New York/WNBC will host the latest in a series of community forums on Thursday, June 3, at 7 p.m. The forum will explore the issues on concerns related to New York City’s economic future….

  • New York City May 11

    NYPD Boosts Patrols to Stop Subway Crime

    Subway crime – particularly violent assaults underground – are up this year. Andrew Siff reports on how the NYPD is hoping to tamp down on the trend.

  • as seen on May 8

    Happy 25 Years With NBC New York, Pat Battle!

    Pat Battle joined WNBC in May 1996 — and has brightened every single one our days ever since. A serious reporter who always finds a way to not always take herself too seriously, Pat has covered everything from weather to “tan mom”, papal visits to Produce Pete. She brings a positive attitude with her no matter where she is, or...

  • WNBC Apr 8

    Correction: Holocaust Remembrance Day Story

    Earlier this morning on Today in New York, while reporting on Holocaust Remembrance Day, we used a poor choice of words when we said “it is believed” that 6 million Jews died in the Holocaust. We should have said it is a fact that 6 million Jews died in the Holocaust. We sincerely apologize for the error.

  • WNBC Mar 8

    Former WNBC Digital Director John Garcia Passes Unexpectedly at 63

    John Garcia, who ran WNBC’s digital operation in the early 2000s as a part of a journalism, teaching and activism career that spanned decades, has passed at the age of 63. Garcia died unexpectedly in mid-February at his Florida home, according to Evelyn Hernandez, with whom he shared two daughters. Garcia was appointed executive producer of what was then known…

  • as seen on Feb 19

    Remembering Katherine Creag

    Family, friends and loved ones said goodbye to beloved WNBC reporter Katherine Creag at her funeral Thursday, held at the Upper East Side church where she married her husband, Bill, and where they celebrated countless family milestones. NBC New York’s Andrew Siff reports.

  • WNBC Feb 12

    News 4 Reporter Katherine Creag Passes Away Suddenly

    Katherine Creag, a beloved member of the News 4 family who was a stalwart of New York City’s mornings on “Today in New York” for years, passed away suddenly Wednesday evening. Creag joined WNBC in 2011 and spent the better part of the last decade covering anything and everything across our region. Instantly recognizable for her distinctive voice and hearty laugh,...
  • as seen on Feb 12

    Remembering WNBC's Katherine Creag

    Katherine Creag, a beloved member of the News 4 family who was a stalwart of New York City’s mornings on “Today in New York” for years, passed away suddenly Wednesday evening. Andrw Siff reports.

  • as seen on Feb 12

    WNBC Remembers Katherine Creag

    News 4 reporter Katherine Creag, who for years welcomed Today in New York viewers with her big smile and vivacious personality, passed away suddenly Wednesday night. Some of her colleagues shared what it meant to work alongside Kat, who had an enduring joy that brightened everyone around her. .

  • Katherine Creag Feb 11

    Remembering Katherine Creag

    Katherine Creag, a beloved member of the News 4 family who was a stalwart of New York City’s mornings on “Today in New York” for years, passed away suddenly Wednesday evening.

  • NBC New York Feb 10

    NBC New York Earns Prestigious DuPont Award for COVID-19 Pandemic Coverage

    NBC 4 New York/WNBC was honored Tuesday with the Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Award for its continuing coverage of the coronavirus pandemic and its extreme impact on the tri-state. Considered the broadcast equivalent of a Pulitzer Prize, NBC New York earned the duPont Award for its coverage entitled “The Epicenter of the Coronavirus Pandemic.” The extensive, six-month collection of breaking…

  • as seen on Feb 10

    WNBC Honored With DuPont Award

    Considered one of the most prestigious awards in journalism, NBC New York received the award for continued coverage of the coronavirus pandemic, including breaking the story of MIS-C in children.

  • Weather Kids Sep 14, 2020

    Weather Kids Returns: Sign Up to Bring Storm Team 4 to Your School

    Principals, administrators and science teachers at tri-state elementary schools can sign up for personalized classroom instruction led by weather experts from NBC 4 New York / WNBC. For more information on the popular Weather Kids community initiative and to request a station visit, visit nbcnewyork.com/weatherkids/. Schools selected for participation will be contacted at least 30 days in advance.  NBC 4…

  • WNBC Aug 31, 2020

    David Ushery Named Co-Anchor of News 4's 11pm Newscast

    Veteran News 4 anchor David Ushery has been elevated into a new station role, co-anchoring the 4 PM and 11 PM editions of “News 4 New York.”  He will join co-anchor Natalie Pasquarella on both shows starting in early October. Recently elected to the New York State Broadcasters Hall of Fame, Ushery currently anchors the 11 AM and 5 PM…

  • WNBC Jul 14, 2020

    News 4's David Ushery Inducted into NY State Broadcasters Hall of Fame

    When David Ushery was 11 years old, he kicked off his journalistic career by scoring an interview with the legendary newsman Walter Cronkite. Now, the News 4 New York anchor is joining Cronkite in anexclusive club: the New York State Broadcasters Hall of Fame. Ushery is one of five inductees in this year’s class. “David is a gifted writer and…

  • met gala 2019 May 4, 2020

    Met Gala 2019: Relive Lady Gaga's Incredible, 16-Minute Entrance

    We may not have the Met Gala to look forward to this year due to coronavirus, so we’ll just have to make do with reliving Lady Gaga’s 16-minute entrance outside the Metropolitan Museum of Art last year. Never one to stray from a statement entrance, Gaga hit the campiest notes at the 2019 Met Gala in her four outfits, stripping...

  • New York Live Mar 6, 2020

    In Style With Monochromatic Fashion

    Liza Suloti from SHADOW shows Joelle Garguilo how to rock this classic trend with three different looks.

  • New Jersey Feb 12, 2020

    NJ Law Requires 3-Point Seat Belts on School Buses

    In response to a deadly crash, New Jersey has a new law requiring shoulder belts as well as lap belts on school buses. Wale Aliyu reports.

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