THE YOUNGEST VICTIMS April is Child Abuse Prevention Month, tonight we shine a light on this problem, expose how wide spread it is in our area, and what is being done to protect the innocent. ANIMALS IN DANGER Climate change and its effect on our local wildlife is causing concern and producing some unexpected success stories. The Nature Conservancy’s […]
The National Dance Institute of New York offers inner city kids a chance of being creative and free while developing the full mind. You don’t want to miss it!
RIKERS: THE END GAME Violence against inmates at Riker’s Island notorious jail have increased despite recent reforms. Mayor de Blasio has now promised to shut down the facility in 10 years, but is that too long a time? Councilwoman Vanessa Gibson is here with reaction. #STANDWITHTHIRTEEN Hundreds of people rallied at City Hall to fight the proposed Federal budget […]
Hundreds of people rallied at City Hall to fight the proposed Federal budget cuts to the arts, libraries, and PBS. The rally organizer Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer tells us what’s next.
First, lawmakers, artists, and other New Yorkers protest President Trump’s plan to cut federal funding for the arts, culture, and libraries. Next, Governor Cuomo calls for an emergency extension to avoid a shutdown. Then, Co-Founder of Autism Speaks, Bob Wright is here to tell us about autism. Finally, families, teachers and first responders takes us back to that frightful day […]
United we stand! Lawmakers, artists and other New Yorkers descend on City Hall to protest President Trump’s plan to cut federal funding for the arts, culture and libraries. We’re on the scene with the very latest from the rally.
It was one of the deadliest mass shootings in American history. Tonight, families, teachers and first responders takes us back to that frightful day at Sandy Hook Elementary School on PBS’s Independent Lens, “Newtown.” You don’t want to miss it.
Standardized state tests began this week, are your kids opting in or opting out of these controversial exams? Councilman Daniel Dromm tells us why these tests are causing angst for parents, students, and teachers.