The death toll went from 19 to 17 and from nine children to eight, but officials are still investigating.
The plaintiffs argue that this expansion of the electorate is illegal under the state constitution and state election law, and will “dilute the votes of United States citizens.”
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Bernard Adams, a 56-year-old NYPD veteran, most recently served as an assistant director of operations for parking and transportation at Virginia Commonwealth University, according to his LinkedIn page.
“This is going to be one of the worst fires we have witnessed here in modern times in the city of New York,” Mayor Eric Adams said.
“Historically the food and beverage world has been dominated by men, and it’s great to see a lot of these new businesses owned by women, especially queer women,” added owner Apryl, who are themselves non-binary.
Lang was at Sloan Kettering Hospital in Manhattan at the time of his death, which is attributed to complications from non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
The law will enable anyone who has legally been in the city for 30-days to register and vote in local (but not state and federal) elections.
New York City’s map of testing sites, created by a San Francisco health data company, mostly showcases urgent cares and private clinics.
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With the spring semester set to resume January 18th under the spectre of a disrupted campus, Columbia administrators offered a tentative agreement late Thursday.
The district attorney sent a statement Saturday, a day after NYPD Commissioner Keechant Sewell sent an internal email warning the policies “will have deleterious effects on our relationship with the communities we protect.”
“Today, when our staff was so low we didn’t have enough teachers to cover all the classes, district personnel were sent to our school. They do not have teaching licenses so they were unable to cover any classes.”
As of 9 a.m. Saturday, New Yorkers could bet on sports on their mobile devices.
From start to finish, the first week of Adams mayoralty was packed, colorful and, at times, unpredictable.
The state issued the numbers Friday after Gov. Kathy Hochul said this week she would ask hospitals to track patients who were not admitted for Covid, but were later diagnosed.
Governor Kathy Hochul said this means the project is in the “home stretch” towards construction.
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Albany City Court Judge Holly Trexler dismissed the forcible touching charge against the former New York governor at the request of the local district attorney.
More than one year after the first 2,500 people were released in late 2020, new data shows about 9% of those were re-incarcerated. That’s just more than half the state’s overall pre-pandemic, one-year recidivism rate of 16%.
Governor Kathy Hochul billed the requirement as a first-in-the-nation move.
Although a close ally of the mayor, Banks has drawn scrutiny for his alleged involvement in a corruption scandal.
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About five to six inches of powder fell on the city and surrounding towns, but schools are staying open.
The New York governor laid out more than 220 policy proposals and initiatives, but some pressing issues were noticeably absent.
Researchers are analyzing 100 years worth of snowfall data, finding significant declines linked to climate change.
They also promised teams of outreach workers and housing solutions.
Legislators invoked the Capitol rioters and warned against efforts to stymie voting rights in New York.