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MTA 'Prepared' to Ease Commute Woes in Event of LIRR Strike

As the clock ticks down toward a possible Long Island Rail Road strike that could come as soon as July 20, the MTA on Thursday unveiled its plans on how riders on the commuter railroad can get around in case of a walkout. Updated 8:21 PM

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City's Health Commissioner Shares Plans to Respond to Increases in Heroin Overdose Deaths

After years of decline, the number of heroin overdose deaths in the city is on the rise, and now, there are initiatives being created to help turn it around once again. NY1 health reporter Erin Billups recently sat down with Health Commissioner Dr. Mary Bassett to see what the city is doing to respond to those who are already addicted and prevent others from going down the same road.

8:43 PM

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NY1 Online: Transit Reporters Discuss Ongoing MTA, LIRR Worker Negotiations

Four top transit reporters - Dana Rubinstein from Capital New York; WNYC Radio's Kate Hinds; Pete Donohue of the Daily News; and NY1 transit reporter Jose Martinez - joined Inside City Hall to discuss the ongoing negotiations between the MTA and Long Island Rail Road workers to prevent a looming strike.

07/10/2014 10:59 PM

 

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First Lady Promotes Education During NYC Visit

The first lady came to the city Thursday to deliver a speech on education, but first, she met with a group of local students who are focused on global issues. Updated 07/10/2014 06:53 PM

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