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Recent articles by Dan:

Hate crimes up by nearly 50% in LGBTQ+ community across New York City

While we're seeing Pride flags and colors on full display across New York City for Pride month, the LGBTQIA+ community is also experiencing an increase in hate. → Read More

Gay New York City comedian shares struggles on stage

Rich Kiamco is an openly gay, Filipino comedian who lives in New York City and uses his life experiences as part of his comedy act. → Read More

Which NYC neighborhoods have the highest COVID rates? Find out with our interactive map

Areas with some of the highest positivity rates include Lincoln Square with more than 19% over the past seven days, Long Island City, the Flushing/Murray Hill area of Queens and Breezy Point. → Read More

Ghost guns: Eyewitness News investigates a growing menace

They're called ghost guns -- powerful handguns that can be bought online without a background check or license and put together in minutes. They're just as deadly as a regular gun but they can't be traced. In "Ghost Guns: Eyewitness News Investigation," we look at what's happening, what's being done and how ghost guns are shattering lives. → Read More

7 On Your Side Investigates subway crime: How likely are you to become a victim?

7 On Your Side Investigates uncovered the top crimes being reported underground and how likely you are to become a victim. → Read More

Lawmakers take action to curb ghost guns in New York City

The number of homemade so-called "ghost guns" used in crimes are "exploding" across the New York City area, according to lawmakers who are now taking action. → Read More

Questions raised on why NYC subway cameras didn't work during mass shooting

The surveillance cameras at three of the key subway stations where Tuesday's mass shooting took place were not working. The MTA hasn't said why or responded to 7 On Your Side Investigates questions as to what went wrong. → Read More

Homeless man removed from NYC building after 7 On Your Side report

Less than 48 hours after our story aired, the homeless man was removed from the building where he had been living in a stairwell for two years. → Read More

Homeless taking over Bronx apartment building stairwell

Tenants said the homeless man has been living in the fifth and sixth floors of their Bronx apartment building stairwell for the past two years. → Read More

7 On Your Side Investigates: New busway 'killing' small businesses in Queens

A new busway on Jamaica Avenue in Queens may have helped ease traffic, but store owners say it has also put the breaks on their businesses. → Read More

7 On Your Side Investigates: Car thefts nearly double in NYC

7 On Your Side Investigates has been tracking a 94% increase in car thefts. So far this year, 2,454 cars have been reported stolen in New York City. → Read More

7 On Your Side Investigates parking troubles at the new LaGuardia Airport

7 On Your Side Investigates wanted to know if the issues are due to an increase in travelers, fewer people taking mass transit or fewer parking spaces available after the reconstruction of the airport. → Read More

Police discover three ghost gun arsenals in one week

Ghost guns are often made of plastic, partially put together at home, and not traceable. → Read More

NYC restaurant COVID vaccine mandate: Thousands warned, handful of violations

Restaurant workers have had to take on a new role recently, acting as vaccine bouncers to make sure potential diners are vaccinated against COVID-19. → Read More

'Inside Rikers: Escalating Violence,' an Eyewitness News investigation

7 ON YOUR SIDE INVESTIGATION: We take you inside Rikers Island, where you'll hear exclusively from officers who have been sexually and physically assaulted, see the fights happening behind bars, and hear from city leaders who want to make changes. → Read More

'I can't believe I'm alive': Man shoved onto tracks in front on oncoming train speaks out

Rawleigh Thompson was heading to church on Sunday when a man pushed him from behind onto the subway tracks at the Fulton Street Station, directly in front of an oncoming train. → Read More

NYC illegal guns: Where are they coming from, what can be done?

The gun used to kill officer Jason Rivera and critically injure officer Wilbert Mora Friday night in Harlem was a Glock with a high capacity magazine. It was reported stolen in Maryland 5 years ago. → Read More

Out of Service: Seniors stuck after 4-month elevator outage in Bronx

Back when the remnants of Hurricane Ida hit NYC, it caused a lot of flooding. The storm waters took out the building's elevator and it hasn't been fixed since. That was four months ago. → Read More

NYC hospitals see surge in COVID-19 patients, more staff out sick

Some New York City hospitals are experiencing a surge in COVID patients this month, and some of them have fewer staff members to treat patients. → Read More

7 On Your Side Investigates COVID positivity rates by neighborhood

7 On Your Side Investigates has been tracking the areas with the most COVID-19 cases for nearly two years. The data usually takes us to place like Corona, Queens, and the Bronx. → Read More