3 people found dead inside Queens home

SOUTH JAMAICA, Queens (WABC) — Three people were found dead inside a home in Queens. Police discovered the bodies of two women and one man inside the home on 155 Street in South Jamaica. Two of the victims suffered visible stab wounds and another was found with severe head trauma. All three victims and the … Read more

NYC Pride weekend celebration turns into rally cry following the overturn of Roe v Wade

LOWER MANHATTAN, Manhattan (WABC) — Friday’s ruling comes as New York City gets ready to celebrate Pride this weekend – with the Pride March and so many other events. However, Roe v Wade being overturned cast a shadow on the celebrations, with so many wondering what the decision means for their rights. It was a … Read more

Abortion rights supporters hold rallies in Lower Manhattan

Abortion rights supporters hold rallies in Lower Manhattan – CBS New York Watch CBS News Thousands of people gathered in Washington Square Park on Friday, describing anger, frustration and motivation to push back against the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. CBS2’s Jenna DeAngelis reports. Be the first to know Get browser notifications … Read more

Breaking ground for new Stonewall visitor center, dedicated to LGBTQ history

NEW YORK CITY (WABC) — As Pride Month celebrations continue across the country, officials in New York City gathered to break ground on a new visitor center dedicated to telling the story of the LGBTQ rights movement. New York Governor Kathy Hochul and New York Senator Chuck Schumer were among those on hand for the … Read more

NYC Monkeypox Cases Jump 30% Amid Rush on Limited Vaccine Supply

New York City reported on Friday its biggest surge yet in presumed cases of monkeypox, one day after a single clinic opened in Manhattan to distribute a vaccine. The city began offering vaccination against monkeypox Thursday to at-risk groups but demand was so high, within hours of launching the program the city had to cut … Read more

Abortion Rights Supporters Plan NY Protests After Court Strikes Down Roe v. Wade

Protesters furious over the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade are expected to turn out in unprecedented numbers Friday following the reversal of a nearly half-century ruling granting abortion rights. The decision, unthinkable just a few years ago, was the culmination of decades of efforts by abortion opponents, made possible by an … Read more

New York City Men’s Gay Chorus set to perform at Sunday’s Pride March

NEW YORK CITY (WABC) — We are just days away from New York City’s Pride March, where thousands of people will return to the streets of Greenwich Village, including the New York City Gay Men’s Chorus. The chorus will perform at the historic Stonewall Inn on Friday, and then Times Square on Sunday at the … Read more

The Resistance of Anarchy Row

In March, Mayor Eric Adams gave orders to dismantle every homeless encampment in New York. Within days, “task-force teams” of police officers, sanitation workers, and homeless-outreach agents cleared out hundreds of sites, in all five boroughs. At a string of encampments under the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway, where more than a dozen people had been living, city … Read more

Keeping your pet safe this summer

It is now summer, and we are already in full swing with travel, beach days, cookouts and pool time. However, all of our favorite summer activities can be harmful to our pets if we are not careful.  What You Need To Know Summer activities can be dangerous for your dog Cars can heat up fast … Read more

Harlem Gallery of Science offers accessible video game design program for under served communities

HARLEM, Manhattan (WABC) — “Learning about game design and the game industry literally opened my mind and opened my eyes to a whole new career path for myself.” For Genesis Espinal, who grew up in the Bronx, she never imagined herself pursuing a career in designing video games. “I would definitely say very fulfilling, very … Read more

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