In 2014, a massive chemical spill in West Virginia left more than 300,000 people without safe drinking water. PBS’ Independent Lens premieres “What Lies Upstream,” a documentary that exposes government negligence and bureaucratic malpractice, providing an alarming cautionary tale for you and your family. Investigative filmmaker Cullen Hoback is here with a preview. Aired on April 16, 2018. […]
The New York Police Department’s sex crimes unit is under fire from the City Council for being understaffed and undertrained. Council Member Donovan Richards is here with the details. Aired on April 16, 2018.
An icon and an “Only Made in New York” success story. Diane Von Furstenberg has changed the way women look and broke the glass ceiling in the process. She’s here to share her story. Aired on April 13, 2018.
Local residents are suing nearly every agency involved. The expected L train shutdown is projected to last 15 months. Greg Mocker, transit reporter for WPIX-11, is here with the details. Aired on April 13, 2018.
Local residents are suing nearly every agency involved. The expected L train shutdown is projected to last 15 months. Greg Mocker, transit reporter for WPIX-11, is here with the details. A scary statistic: if you’re between the ages of 18 and 64 and live in New York, about 52 percent of you do not have a retirement plan. Even worse: […]
Disgraced New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) Chairwoman, Shola Olatoye, has stepped down. Now NYCHA’s tenants, who have suffered with heatless, unsafe, and vermin-ridden homes, step forward with parting words for her and shed light on the next steps for their communities. As the war on opioids continues, a possible turning point toward victory for turning the tide. Former City Council Speaker, […]
As Holocaust Remembrance begins, PBS presents “GI Jews: Jewish Americans in World War II.” A preview of their fight against prejudice on the battlefield and in the barracks. Aired on April 11, 2018.
Former City Council Speaker, Melissa Mark-Viverito, & Former City Council Member, Elizabeth Crowley, sound the call for 21 women to be on the next City Council by 2021. They’re here with a plan to bridge the gender push. Aired on April 11, 2018.