Tonight, an LIRR train came off its tracks at the busy Atlantic Station terminal in Brooklyn at the height of today’s morning rush hour. We have the latest on the incident that injured over one hundred commuters, it’s a pristine piece of New York that is being hotly contested. Just where will you stand on the Boreas Ponds debate? We have the details, and NYC Winter Jazzfest begins tomorrow. If you’re in need of something to warm you up during the coming arctic blast, fear not: hot jazz is on the way. We have a preview of the NYC Winter Jazzfest, which will scat around the city from January 5th through January 10th.
An LIRR train came off its tracks at the busy Atlantic Station terminal in Brooklyn at the height of today’s morning rush hour. We have the latest on the incident that injured over one hundred commuters.
After almost a century of planning, the Second Avenue Subway line launched this week. Skanska led the construction work and their vice president, Michael Attardo, speaks about the challenges and thrills of making this $4.5 billion project reality.
Tonight, the Second Avenue Subway is up and running after decades in the making and around $4.5 billion spent. We’re going underground with amNY to learn what it means for straphangers.
Next, with just weeks until the inauguration of Donald Trump, FRONTLINE looks at the man who went from real estate mogul and reality show host to the presidency. Then,
racial bias in New York’s prison system. An investigation and it’s sobering findings from New York Times reporters Michael Winerip and Michael Schwirtz. Finally, filmmaker Sidney Lumet made magic on the silver screen. Tonight, we’ll take a look at the man behind the camera and a true American Master who brought us classics like 12 Angry Men and Dog Day Afternoon.
The Second Avenue Subway is up and running after decades in the making and around $4.5 billion spent. We’re going underground with amNY to learn what it means for straphangers.
Get paid to house your homeless friends and relatives for the holidays! We’ve got the details of New York’s “Home for the Holidays” program in an exclusive interview with Steven Banks, NYC Commissioner of Social Services.
Then, the Brooklyn-Queens Connection starts to gain steam! We’ve got the details of this ambitious $2.5 billion project, and four years ago today the worst mass school shooting in US history occurred: 20 children under the age of 7 were murdered along with 6 staffers in Newtown Connecticut. Can a community move forward after such horrific heartbreak?
After the death of 2 children and other abuses while under the observation New York’s Children’s Services, the Commissioner, Gladys Carrion, has resigned. In a MetroFocus Exclusive, City Comptroller Scott Stringer calls for major reform – IMMEDIATELY!
Then, will New York’s immigrant-friendly ID cards lead to thousands of deportations? Bronx Councilman Richie Torres joins us to discuss, and do you hate entering the hell that is Penn Station or LaGuardia Airport? If so, help is on the way! We’ve got the details