Darla Miles, Eyewitness News

Darla Miles

Eyewitness News

New York, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Darla:

Amid uptick in fire, Blakeman, firefighters discuss dangers of lithium batteries

Following a recent uptick in fires, Nassau County Executive Bruce Blakeman joined firefighters Tuesday to discuss the dangers of lithium batteries. → Read More

Lincoln Center to honor late rapper Notorious BIG with orchestral tribute

Lincoln Center will honor the late rapper Christopher Wallace, better known as Biggie Smalls and the Notorious B.I.G., with an orchestral tribute as part of its "Summer for the City" program. → Read More

Family demands answers after man killed in hit-and-run crash in Paterson last month

The grieving family of a hit-and-run victim that was killed in Paterson, is now urging New Jersey's attorney general to get involved in the case. → Read More

Paley Center for Media reopens for unique gaming experience

"Our gallery spaces, lobby, the library, and even the theater offer very special, unique gaming experiences," said the Paley Center for Media President and CEO Maureen Reidy. → Read More

Tenants, housing advocates demand attorneys for thousands of pending eviction cases in NYC

An avalanche of eviction proceedings are taking place in New York City. More than 200,000 are currently pending. → Read More

New Jersey beach chair company's business booming after 'Shark Tank' appearance

Business is booming for the Benser couple after their appearance on Shark Tank last Friday for their premium beach chair company in New Jersey. → Read More

9/11 Tribute Museum in NYC to shut down

The pandemic has taken a costly toll on another New York City institution, the 9/11 Tribute Museum in Lower Manhattan. → Read More

Gas prices soaring across Tri-State amid crisis in Ukraine

AAA said they have concerns the price per gallon will continue to increase with the crisis in Ukraine, especially as the summer travel season approaches. → Read More

Russian, Ukrainian NYPD officers launch supply drive for war-torn country

A group of NYPD officers of Russian and Ukrainian descent are coming together to show of support for the people of war-torn Ukraine. → Read More

Pep rally in NJ for cheerleading team headed to Disney World for international competition

Paterson held a pep rally for Flamez Elite, the first area cheerleading team to be invited to compete in the International Cheerleading Competition. → Read More

Plainsboro police shooting under investigation

What led to the shooting is now the focus of an investigation by the New Jersey Attorney General's Office. → Read More

New York City officials announce proposal to help NYCHA residents deal with problems

City officials are pushing for new set of recommendations to address the systemic issues that plague many NYCHA residents. → Read More

Black History Month: Birth equity advocates fight to end healthcare disparities

New legislation in New York City is being introduced to help make sure Black and Brown women get the equitable health care they deserve. → Read More

Mayor Eric Adams apologizes for comment made as video from 2019 surfaces online

Mayor Eric Adams has issued an apology after video surfaced from a private meeting in 2019. → Read More

Landlord provides East Harlem tenants with 2 space heaters due to boiler breaking months ago

One NYC landlord distributed space heaters to the tenants of their East Harlem building to make up for a broken boiler . → Read More

New calls to help most vulnerable after New York eviction moratorium ends

Advocates and landlords don't expect a flood of evictions right away, as the state's Emergency Rental Assistance Program still provides some eviction protection. → Read More

Local officials announce money available to help Bronx fire victims recover

The financial help includes replacing personal items, finding a new place to live and even helping to pay for flights to bury victims in their home counties. → Read More

Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg outlines justice reform plan after swift pushback

Manhattan's new district attorney has only been in office for a week, but he's already seen a lot of pushback on his policy, which he is now trying to clarify. → Read More

How some churches are dealing with surging COVID while celebrating Christmas

The Archdiocese in Brooklyn, Manhattan, Newark and Rockville Center have announced that Christmas mass will be held virtually and in-person as originally planned -- before the omicron surge. → Read More

Mystery donor sends box of $180,000 in cash to City College of New York

A surprise box full of cash showed up at the City College of New York but the sender still remains a mystery. → Read More