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TONIGHT ON METROFOCUSepisode
August 02, 2018 at 5:30 am

A plan has been proposed to relieve traffic and put a tunnel under the infamous Gowanus Canal. Is this a necessary infrastructure upgrade or a pipe dream? We’re digging for answers! Jack Ford is one of the Emmy Award-winning hosts of MetroFocus, but did you know he’s also an attorney, a Yale law professor and a former winner on Jeopardy? Now, he […]

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TONIGHT ON METROFOCUSepisode
August 01, 2018 at 5:30 am

After the July 19th steam pipe explosion in the Flatiron district, restaurants and other businesses in the area get back to business. But one huge concerns remains. What really lies beneath our streets? Nearly 1.2 million New Yorkers are undocumented. Tonight, we have a personal, insightful and tense look at life among those who seek asylum in the tri-state region. Chef Marcus […]

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TONIGHT ON METROFOCUSepisode
July 28, 2018 at 5:30 am

600,000 seniors, children and disabled New Yorkers have no access to subway lines. Find out why. Find out where you can find nature, art, education and culture uptown. If you’re unfamiliar with Wave Hill, you don’t want to miss this segment. City University of New York students are helping residents of Puerto Rico as hurricane season looms. We have a […]

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TONIGHT ON METROFOCUSepisode
July 27, 2018 at 5:30 am

Former State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver was once one of the most powerful politicians in New York. Tomorrow, he will be sentenced after being found guilty on charges of federal corruption. We have a preview of what promises to be a tense day in court and in Albany. At 5:30 p.m. EST last night, 120 school speed zone cameras went dark. […]

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TONIGHT ON METROFOCUSepisode
July 17, 2018 at 5:30 am

The New York State Department of Health begins a long awaited study on the unexplained cancer clusters on Long Island and Staten Island. 101 survivors of gun violence return to the scene of the crime. We take you inside their perspective.  The Harmony Program is bringing music education to poor and underserved students of New York. Could Queens get its own High […]

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