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Recent articles by Dan:

Optimistic DSNY commissioner warns of possible service delays over vaccine mandate

NEW YORK (PIX11) — Over 160,000 New York City municipal workers have until October 29 to get their first shot of a COVID vaccine, and testing is no longer an option. One agency directly impacted is the City of New York Department of Sanitation (DSNY). Of the nearly 10,000 employees in the agency, about 6,200, […] → Read More

Paterson mayor talks proposal to put off-duty cops in schools amid safety officer shortage

PATERSON, N.J. — One week after a lockdown at a Paterson high school over reports of a student with a gun, the New Jersey city’s school district will meet Wednesday night, Oct. 20, to vote on whether or not to allow off-duty police officers to serve as school security. The move comes amid a serious shortage […] → Read More

In-person early voting in NJ begins this weekend. What you need to know

NEW JERSEY — In less than two weeks, voters in New Jersey will be heading to the polls to pick a governor. The most recent poll shows Democratic Incumbent Phil Murphy leading Republican Challenger Jack Ciattarelli 50% to 41%. This election, however, is different from any other in the Garden State as registered voters can […] → Read More

How The Center serves NYC’s LGBTQ community

WEST VILLAGE, Manhattan — Tuesday, Oct. 19 is National LGBTQ Center Awareness Day, which celebrates the vital services provided by LGBTQ community centers across the country. Local centers operate like a network, bringing people in the LGBTQ community together. Plus, in times of crisis, these centers often provide the first line of contact. Jeffrey Klein, […] → Read More

Why you shouldn’t drink cold water in the fall and more Ayurvedic medicine tips

NEW YORK — Travis Eliot, an online subscription yoga instructor who also is a practitioner of Ayurvedic medicine, wants you to put down your cup of cold water. Ayurvedic medicine is a health and wellness discipline believed to have originated in India more than 3,000 years ago. Some of its tenets have no correlation in […] → Read More

Peek behind the curtain of ‘Lackawanna Blues’ on Broadway with Ruben Santiago-Hudson

NEW YORK — Film, television, theater, music — Tony Award-winner Ruben Santiago-Hudson has done it all, but there’s one project he continues to win praise for, and that’s “Lackawanna Blues.” The play celebrates the kind-hearted woman who raised Santiago-Hudson, affectionately called “Nanny.” And for the first time, her story will be told on Broadway. PIX11’s […] → Read More

Fall for NYC: Parks Department shares where to see fall foliage

NEW YORK — New York is about to become a kaleidoscope of colors thanks to Mother Nature. The start of the fall foliage season is upon us, and you don’t have to go far to see it. The NYC Parks Department is inviting everyone to #FallforNYC where people can capture their fall moments in parks […] → Read More

Breast cancer and mammograms: Fact vs. fiction

Breast cancer screenings are an important tool in early detection , but it may come as a surprise that mammograms do not detect all breast cancer. Also, each year, more than 2,000 men are diagnosed with breast cancer. Radiologist Dr. Linda Moy from NYU Langone Health joined the PIX11 Morning News to help us separate fact from fiction when it comes to breast cancer and mammograms. → Read More

NYC health commissioner pushes COVID vaccine for kids, stops short of mandate

NEW YORK — More than 72% of New York City children and teens who are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine have received at least one dose, but the city’s health commissioner said on Sunday his office is working to push that number even higher. New York City Health Commissioner Dr. Dave Chokshi joined PIX on […] → Read More

City Harvest Hunger Action Month: Chef McFarland shares recipes

September is City Harvest Hunger Action Month and although the month is coming to an end, we must continue to help feed the community. Chefs, such as Ed McFarland, are helping the cause by donating food from their restaurants and volunteering. McFarland spoke with PIX11 News about how people can continue to help as well […] → Read More

NY senator pushes remote learning bill: ‘City Hall has utterly failed’

NEW YORK (PIX11) — A New York state senator introduced legislation that requires municipalities and school districts to offer a remote learning option if their area meets certain COVID transmission criteria from the CDC Sen. John Liu, who represents parts of Queens, says the bill is the best long-term solution to the constantly changing information […] → Read More

‘SeeInJustice’ art display pays tribute to George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, John Lewis

We’ve heard that ex-Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin is appealing his conviction for the on-camera murder of George Floyd. This week, an art installation called “SeeInJustice” is going up in Manhattan to remember Floyd and two other figures, including Breonna Taylor, who was shot by police returning fire while using a no-knock warrant, and Georgia Congressman […] → Read More

Deadly crisis on Rikers: What needs to be done?

NEW YORK (PIX11) — Mayor Bill de Blasio has vowed to take extreme measures to address the crisis that continues to plague Rikers Island. Meanwhile, some of New York’s congressional leaders are demanding something even more extreme: removing all inmates and shutting it down immediately. Jan Ransom has been following the Rikers story closely as […] → Read More

Is Ivermectin effective against COVID? A doctor weighs in

NEW YORK — You may have seen stories online or social media posts claiming Ivermectin is some kind of a wonder drug that stops COVID-19. The prescription drug, which originated as a drug to kill parasites in animals like cows and horses,, is seemingly popular with people who are unvaccinated. Some people are gambling on […] → Read More

New book looks at the pandemic through a child’s eyes

NEW YORK (PIX11) — At New York City’s public schools, the first week of school is in the rearview mirror and the second week is kicking off. Students are trying to get back in the groove after 18 months of remote learning. Being back in the classroom may come with mixed feelings for young people […] → Read More

50 years since Attica prison riots: Lessons from the uprising amid Riker’s crisis today

WYOMING COUNTY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – On September 9, 1971, 1300 incarcerated men had rebelled due to inhumane prison conditions, taking over the prison and holding 40 guards hostage. This week marks the 50th anniversary of the Attica Uprising and the remnants of that rebellion continue to impact us today. Prison reform advocate and the executive […] → Read More

New York lawmakers blast ‘inhumane’ Rikers Island after inspection

NEW YORK (PIX11) — Decarceration advocates and correction officers alike have blasted conditions in the Rikers Island jail facility, where nine inmates have died this year. The facility has been dubbed “Horror Island” by New York leaders who toured on Monday to witness “horrific” conditions inside the jail. During the visit, Assemblymember Zohran Mamdani spoke […] → Read More

Tips to get kids back on their back-to-school sleep schedule

September 13 marks the first day of class for New York City public school students. After staying up and sleeping in during the summer months, it may be hard for families to get their sleep schedule back on track! → Read More

NYC schools have ‘ability to shift to remote if we need to,’ DOE head says

NEW YORK — Students return en masse to New York City public school classrooms on Monday and, though the plan is to have them learn in person, the head of the Department of Education said that schools can still pivot to remote learning. Over a million students will return to school: a massive shift from […] → Read More

NJ Gov. Phil Murphy reflects on 9/11, twenty years later

NEW JERSEY — “It seems like, in many respects, many lifetimes ago. And, in other respects, like it was yesterday,” New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy said, reflecting on Sept. 11. The governor and PIX11’s Dan Mannarino spoke at length, one-on-one, about the day that took nearly 3,000 lives, including a reported 749 from New Jersey. At […] → Read More