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    MANHATTAN, New York (WABC) -- It's been 28 years since February 26, 1993, when terrorists set off a homemade bomb in a parking garage under the World Trade Center's Twin Towers.Six people died, including a pregnant woman, and more than 1,000 were injured in the massive explosion.Eyewitness News pulled video from its archives to show you our coverage of the events as they happened.EMBED More News Videos Watch archive footage from WABC/Eyewitness News showing survivors sharing their experiences during the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. Survivors and rescuers endured nightmarish experiences inside the towers, from school children trapped on a dark and smoky elevator for five hours to rescuers desperately digging through rubble in the parking garage, the epicenter of the blast, to find survivors.One survivor called the towers a "death trap," noting how quickly smoke reached the top of the complex. People smashed windows for air, and even called...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- The NYPD are looking to solve a rash of subway crime with a brand new tool.Eyewitness News takes an exclusive look at a new squad of investigators who are solely focused on subway crimes."Unfortunately, we do see a spike in felony assaults," NYPD Chief of Detectives Rodney Harrison said.Subway assaults are rising, even with ridership at historic lows.Harrison says he's responding with something new he calls the "Transit Crime Squad.""Our transit squad is going to investigate these crimes with laser focus investigation, and it's going to be strictly geared toward transit incidents," he said.Roughly 100 detectives have been reassigned to now solely investigate subway crime -- separate from the hundreds of beat cops recently moved underground.The shift comes after the arrest of a homeless man accused of murdering two other homeless people on the A train.RELATED: NYPD task force provides answers on violent attacks against AsiansEMBED...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- The NYPD are looking to solve a rash of subway crime with a brand new tool.Eyewitness News takes an exclusive look at a new squad of investigators who are solely focused on subway crimes."Unfortunately, we do see a spike in felony assaults," NYPD Chief of Detectives Rodney Harrison said.Subway assaults are rising, even with ridership at historic lows.Harrison says he's responding with something new he calls the "Transit Crime Squad.""Our transit squad is going to investigate these crimes with laser focus investigation, and it's going to be strictly geared toward transit incidents," he said.Roughly 100 detectives have been reassigned to now solely investigate subway crime -- separate from the hundreds of beat cops recently moved underground.The shift comes after the arrest of a homeless man accused of murdering two other homeless people on the A train.RELATED: NYPD task force provides answers on violent attacks against AsiansEMBED...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- Eyewitness News Anchor Shirleen Allicot announced some very happy news Monday morning..she's expecting a baby!This will be is Shirleen and her husband Jesse's third child.They are already parents to daughters Shayla and Gigi."We need a little brightness!" Shirleen said as she made the reveal with an Eyewitness News Accuweather Forecast graphic.Sam Champion couldn't believe that she kept it a secret."I'm so excited, and I know that they want us to go on because that's why they took the tight show, but I want to talk about this for hours!" Eyewitness News' Sam Champion said. "How am I supposed to go on after that!"Fellow morning team members Anchor Ken Rosato and Heather O'Rourke also shared their congratulations!----------* Get Eyewitness News Delivered * Follow us on YouTube * More local news* Send us a news tip* Download the abc7NY app for breaking news alerts
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- While impeachment coverage continues, don't miss out on the latest news in Chicago on the ABC7 digital newscast at noon.
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- You can also watch the Eyewitness News Update on our Connected TV apps for Fire, Roku, Apple TV and Android TV. Click here to learn more.Here's a look at what's happening this Friday.Cold air brings more snow and ice later this weekendWe get a pause for the next day or so before another winter storm brings some icy conditions to the New York City metropolitan area. Some of the season's coldest air will take a grip on the region starting Friday. We'll start off the weekend dry, but a coastal system will bring some snow and ice to the area on Saturday night into Sunday.Indoor dining is back in NYC - with limited capacity and hoursIndoor dining reopens for restaurants in New York City today, with capacity limited to 25 percent, and all eateries required to close at 10 p.m. It's been a cold winter for...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Whether you love the snow or hate it, there’s no question we’re seeing more of it these days. Last winter was virtually snowless with only 0.3 inches and the previous year also saw below-average snow. So, we haven’t had to deal with a winter like this one in quite a while. In under two weeks, February has already brought us three snowstorms and there’s more on the way. Every time there’s snow in the forecast, the Eyewitness News Weather Team meets, on Zoom, of course. RELATED: 1-Month-Old Baby Killed, 4-Month-Old And 2 Mothers Injured In Two-Car Crash On Roosevelt Boulevard We discuss everything from snow totals to timing, to the location of that pesky rain/snow line. We all voice our opinions and listen to one another, putting our brains and experience together to craft a forecast for our viewers. Clearly, we’re in a snowy pattern right now....
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- You can also watch the Eyewitness News Update on our Connected TV apps for Fire, Roku, Apple TV and Android TV. Click here to learn more.Here's a look at what's happening this Thursday.How much snow fell, and what comes next2-3 inches of snow fell overnight across parts of the Tri-State area, and there's more winter weather to come. New York City will miss out on one system on Thursday night into Friday, which is expected to stay well south of the area. Some of the season's coldest air will take a grip on the region starting Friday. We'll be lucky to hit 30 degrees into early next week.8-month-old boy, 11-year-old girl killed in NJ fireTwo children, an 8-month-old boy and an 11-year-old girl, died in a fire that tore through a home in New Jersey late Wednesday. The fire broke out on the first floor of...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- You can also watch the Eyewitness News Update on our Connected TV apps for Fire, Roku, Apple TV and Android TV. Click here to learn more.Here's a look at what's happening this Thursday.How much snow fell, and what comes next2-3 inches of snow fell overnight across parts of the Tri-State area, and there's more winter weather to come. New York City will miss out on one system on Thursday night into Friday, which is expected to stay well south of the area. Some of the season's coldest air will take a grip on the region starting Friday. We'll be lucky to hit 30 degrees into early next week.8-month-old boy, 11-year-old girl killed in NJ fireTwo children, an 8-month-old boy and an 11-year-old girl, died in a fire that tore through a home in New Jersey late Wednesday. The fire broke out on the first floor of...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- You can also watch the Eyewitness News Update on our Connected TV apps for Fire, Roku, Apple TV and Android TV. Click here to learn more.Here's a look at what's happening this Wednesday.Senators to hear opening arguments in Trump impeachment trialOpening arguments begin Wednesday in Donald Trump's impeachment trial after an emotional first day that wrenched senators and the nation back to the deadly Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. Trump's attorneys sought to halt the trial on constitutional grounds, but lost that bid on Tuesday. Their arguments were meandering at times, leaving Trump fuming over his lawyers' performance and allies questioning the defense strategy. Some called for yet another shakeup to his legal team.When is the next snowstorm coming?The parade of snowstorms will continue their march through New York City and the Tri-State area over the next few days as even colder air settles...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Today we kickoff off our Black History Month series, and we begin with a face that may be familiar to many of you. CBS3’s Janelle Burrell sat down for a socially distant conversation with the legendary, former Eyewitness News reporter Trudy Haynes, who transformed the face of the news industry. She’s now 94 years old and tells Eyewitness News getting into the business was an accident that started with her introducing herself to a news manager, scouting for talent. “He asked me, ‘oh do you have someone in mind?’ And I said, ‘yes I do.’ And he said ‘who?’ and I said ‘me!'” Haynes said. “And that’s how it happened.” It was 1963 when Trudy Haynes got her first TV gig as the first Black weather reporter at a station in Detroit. “At that time, they only hired blonde, blue-eyed, good looking gals to do the weather,”...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- Because of an Eyewitness News Special Report on Channel 7, Rachael Ray can be seen over-the-air on channel 7.2 and on cable.On cable, you can find 7.2 on these channels:Optimum: Channel 110Verizon FIOs: Channel 467Spectrum: Channel 1240Comcast: Channels 790 or 1177We will also provide an Eyewitness News Afternoon Update at 4:00 p.m. here on abc7NY.com and CTV.You can stream content from WABC-TV on your home devices, including Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, and Roku. Search ABC 7 New York in the app store.
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    NEW YORK (WABC) -- The already-massive jackpot for tonight's Mega Millions jackpot has grown even more, to an estimated $1 billion.The jackpot soared after no one won Tuesday night's $865 million drawing.Tuesday night's winning numbers were: 10, 19, 26, 50, 28 and a Megaball of 16.You can watch Friday night's Mega Millions drawing on channel 7 and on abc7ny right before Eyewitness News at 11.Meantime, a single Powerball ticket sold in Maryland matched all six numbers in the Wednesday night to win the fourth-largest jackpot in Powerball history. Three lucky tickets sold in New Jersey nabbed $1 million prizes.RELATED: Sole winner in $731M Powerball, 3 $1 million winners in NJEMBED More News Videos Anthony Johnson has more on the newest millionaires in New Jersey after the $731 million Powerball drawing. The Powerball jackpot now resets. The next drawing on Saturday night, January 23, will be for a $20 million jackpot.Mega...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- The Mega Millions jackpot now stands at an estimated $970 million after no one won Tuesday night's $865 million drawing.Tuesday night's winning numbers were: 10, 19, 26, 50, 28 and a Megaball of 16.On Saturday, the Powerball grand prize went unclaimed yet again, meaning that Wednesday's jackpot grows to $730 million.The winning numbers on Saturday were:14, 20,39,65, and 67 with 2 as the Powerball number14 players will take home a $1 million second place prize, including one ticket that was sold in New York state.There have now been 35 consecutive drawings without a top prize winner.Mega Millions and Powerball are both played in 45 states as well as Washington, D.C., and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Powerball also is offered in Puerto Rico.A look at the 10 largest U.S. jackpots that have been won and the states where the winning tickets were sold:1. $1.586 billion, Powerball, Jan....
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Climate experts from NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration have released their annual assessment of global temperatures over the last year. So where did 2020 fall in the climate record books? Liz Hoy, a senior scientist with NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center joined Eyewitness News with some of the details. Hoy says 2020 was just a really warm year and it was about the same as 2016 which was the previous hottest year on record. She went on to explain that the last seven years have been the warmest years on their record, which start in 1880. So how do they measure the average temperature of the earth? Hoy says a number of different data are used, from weather stations and even weather buoys out in the water to try to really understand these temperature measurements. There was a record-breaking 30 named hurricanes in 2020, what does this tell us about both weather and...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Pennsylvania Department of Health announced the first confirmed case of the COVID-19 variant in the state on Thursday. That confirmed case is in Dauphin County. On Friday Dr. Rob Danoff joined Eyewitness News to talk about this new strain. So, what do health experts know about this particular new strain of the virus? Dr. Danoff says that it is in at least seven states right now that we know of, what we do know is a little more they estimate 25 to 50% more contagious than the other strain.  So it is easily transmitted from person to person. But the good news is experts feel that people who have had the virus before and have recovered have good immunity and health experts think the vaccines will do the same thing. Will the current vaccines offer any additional protection against this new variant? Dr. Danoff says these vaccines recognize slight changes...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- While college football continues, don't miss out on the latest news in Chicago on the ABC7 digital newscast at 5 p.m.
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- Bill Ritter, Lauren Glassberg, and Lee Goldberg continued their 20-year tradition of reading holiday greetings from Eyewitness News viewers on Christmas morning.Watch the greetings they read during Eyewitness News at 5 a.m. above and below you can view the greetings they read during Eyewitness News at 6 a.m.Hundreds of messages were submitted and while not all of them were read on air, they were all read and appreciated by Bill, Lauren, and Lee.Thank you for helping to make the season brighter for all of us here at Eyewitness News. Happy holidays!EMBED More News Videos Bill Ritter, Lauren Glassberg, and Lee Goldberg read holiday greetings from Eyewitness News viewers on Christmas morning. ----------* Get Eyewitness News Delivered * Follow us on YouTube * More local news* Send us a news tip* Download the abc7NY app for breaking news alerts Submit a News Tip
    WEST COVINA, Calif. (KABC) -- Laureen Frausto struggles with simple tasks like buttoning her pants after an arrest involving a police K-9 last year seriously damaged her left arm.Her experience is among the growing number of instances that has civil rights groups calling for an end to the use of police dogs to apprehend suspects during arrests."I know their life is on the line too, I understand that," said Frausto, while fighting back tears. "But for them to do what they did to me? No, that's just mean."Incident reports indicate the West Covina Police Department arrested Frausto, 48, after receiving a call about a possible burglary involving two people at an abandoned post office on S. California Ave. around 10 p.m., Aug. 24, 2019.According to police narratives, K-9 handler Officer Cody Iside sent K-9 Officer Rye to search the building after issuing several verbal warnings.Police apprehended four individuals, among them...
    The new ABC7 Los Angeles streaming app gives you free access to local news and your favorite content, along with breaking news, live events and original programming anytime!Building on our commitment to to serve our communities, our apps for Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, and Roku will elevate the local news experience with the ability to watch live newscasts, breaking news coverage, weather reports, and Localish's popular storytelling content, seamlessly in a streaming environment. Watch our reports on solutions to community problems, and then check out what our community journalists have discovered in their neighborhoods.Our new apps come at a time when news content and information is critical and when local news serves a vital role in keeping our local communities informed, including developments around COVID-19. We have an entire section dedicated to coronavirus resources, including information and tips from experts and medical professionals.In addition to the new ABC7...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- You can also watch the Eyewitness News Update on our Connected TV apps for Fire, Roku, Apple TV and Android TV. Click here to learn more.Here's a look at what's happening this weekend.3 dead, multiple people injured, including firefighters in Queens house fireA massive fire that burned a three-story home has turned deadly in Queens. The incident happened at 5:30 a.m. Saturday morning on 48th Ave in Elmhurst. Officials say three people have died and four were injured, including two firefighters, in the overnight house fire.US clears Moderna vaccine for COVID-19, 2nd shot in arsenalThe U.S. added a second COVID-19 vaccine to its arsenal Friday, boosting efforts to beat back an outbreak so dire that the nation is regularly recording more than 3,000 deaths a day.Millions told to cancel Christmas plans in UK as new COVID-19 strain drives rapid spreadFamilies must cancel their Christmas gatherings and...
    Here are the top news headlines from Eyewitness News, Thursday, Dec.17, 2020.Want to stream this newscast on your TV?Download the ABC7 Los Angeles app on Roku, AppleTV, Amazon FireTV or AndroidTV. Just search for "ABC7 Los Angeles" and download our free app!
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    When the coronavirus pandemic forced the Los Angeles Dodgers to postpone their homes games this spring, the team promised fans refunds or credits, but after waiting about eight months, one Dodgers fan contacted Eyewitness News wondering why she couldn't get her money back.Amy Lorentzen said she had purchased a party box as a special treat to celebrate her daughter's 9th birthday.Lorentzen's daughter plays in a Little League and is a huge fan of the team."She always says she wants to be the first female Dodgers player," Lorentzen said. "So when I was like, 'Do you want to celebrate your 9th birthday at the Dodgers?' She was like, 'Yeah!"Lorentzen purchased the party box for a little over $2,000 and paid $500 up front."Usually it's just the two of us that go, and I was splurging buying a whole box," Lorentzen said, adding that even as COVID-19 progressed, she was committed to...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- Although this year was different because of COVID-19, thousands of spectators traditionally pack into Rockefeller Center every December for one of the grandest displays of the holiday season -- the lighting of the Christmas tree.Forty years ago this week, Eyewitness News reporter Jane Wallace took traditional tree-lighting coverage to the next level... by bringing her OWN tree to the ceremony.As seen in the report above, from December 8, 1980, Wallace buys her own Christmas tree from a local stand, picking a sad-looking tree from the back of the pile.Jane proceeds to drag her tiny tree through the streets of New York, interviewing New Yorkers along the way.When she finally arrived at the annual tree lighting, she plugs in her very own tree, and the crowd cheers -- ringing in the Christmas season. The size of the tree didn't matter after all -- it's all about the...
    NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade will go on this year amid the coronavirus pandemic, but it will be very different than normal.Here with all the changes to the annual holiday celebration are Eyewitness News cub reporters Isabelle and Jack.Balloons? Check. Floats? Also check. Only fewer of each ... and celebrities!Instead of 90 people holding down each giant balloon, Macy's will use heavy utility cars and only a few people.THANKSGIVING RECIPES: From turkey to pumpkin pie by the Eyewitness News chefsEMBED More News Videos Heather O'Rourke creates 'Gobble the Gobbler' fun party snack for your next holiday gathering! New balloons include the "Boss Baby" and "Red Titan."Isabelle: "I heard in earlier years that you had horses pulling floats. Are there any other traditions that are obsolete?"" You know we used to have animals from the Central Park zoo in cages - Lions and Tigers but then...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- Looking for some last-minute ideas for your Thanksgiving feast? The Eyewitness News chefs have some ideas for this year's smaller gatherings.If you're looking to experiment with a different method of cooking your Thanksgiving turkey, we've got you covered. Check out 5 ways to cook a turkey here.EMBED More News Videos Christopher Clem from Butterball Turkey has some tips on how to make the perfect turkey for Thanksgiving. Lucy Yang cooks up a wonderful Fall pasta for cozy dinners at home or to get you ready for the holiday season!Sandy Kenyon shows an easy, cool cranberry recipe that anyone can make in a microwave: no oven required!Glam Lab's Jo Trupp steps out of the beauty world and into the kitchen for a quick and easy (yet delicious) "healthy" butternut squash mac and cheese!Candace McCowan whips up her favorite homemade dark chocolate turtle brownies!Eyewitness News' CeFaan Kim tries...
    NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- A member of the Eyewitness News family is retiring Sunday.Our News Director Chuck Patterson is retiring after working off-camera, behind the scenes for 38 years.Chuck started as a photographer at Eyewitness News in 1982.On his first day, he was shown around by a young woman named Andrea, the Assistant to the Director of Engineering.She would later become Chuck's wife.During his career, Patterson also worked in master control at Network and then came back to Eyewitness News as a Technical Director.He has a master's degree in finance and has won a whopping four Emmy awards.Thank you for 38 amazing years Chuck, and all the best in your next bunch of adventures!
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Here's the latest on COVID-19 testing in Illinois and ongoing ballot counting across the U.S. in the ABC7 digital newscast.
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- Eyewitness News will be streaming Vote 2020 co-anchored coverage with Sandra Bookman and Joe Torres right here and on our apps for Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV and Android TV beginning at 8:00 p.m.Millions of American are voting on Election Day in addition to the more than 97 million early votes that were cast. Nationally, voters cast 70.9% of the total votes counted in the 2016 general election prior to Tuesday.A number of states may not project a winner tonight because the count of the early ballots will take longer. While the popular vote is the deciding factor in most elections, it is the Electoral College count that decides the outcome of the presidential race. 270 electoral votes of the total 538 up for grabs.11 states are seen as key battleground states between Trump and Biden: Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Michigan, Nevada, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Ohio,...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- Eyewitness News will be streaming Vote 2020 co-anchored coverage with Sandra Bookman and Joe Torres right here and on our apps for Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV and Android TV beginning at 8:00 p.m.Millions of American are voting on Election Day in addition to the more than 97 million early votes that were cast. Nationally, voters cast 70.9% of the total votes counted in the 2016 general election prior to Tuesday.See All National ResultsMore coverage of the Presidential raceKey Local RacesNew YorkRepublican U.S. Rep. Peter King's impending retirement after nearly three decades as the aggrieved voice of bridge and tunnel New Yorkers has set off a scramble for control of his suburban Long Island swing district, with outside groups pouring in millions of dollars. King's chosen successor, State Assemblyman Andrew Garbarino, faces Democrat Jackie Gordon, a retired U.S. Army lieutenant colonel who moved to the U.S....
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- As the nation heads to the polls for one of the most unique and consequential presidential elections in recent years, WABC-TV will provide viewers with round-the-clock coverage of the vote across all of our platforms.VOTE 2020 COVERAGE ON CHANNEL 7Eyewitness News will provide live coverage of voting across the Tri-State starting on Eyewitness News This Morning.At 7 p.m., ABC News will kick off its primetime coverage of Election Night. Chief anchor George Stephanopoulos will lead coverage from New York City and will be joined by "World News Tonight" anchor David Muir and "ABC News Live Prime" anchor Linsey Davis.The primetime coverage will also include ABC News' team of political reporters and analysts, including White House correspondent Rachel Scott, senior congressional correspondent and lead campaign correspondent Mary Bruce, senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega, chief justice correspondent Pierre Thomas, chief national affairs correspondent Tom Llamas, chief global...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- ABC News Live and Eyewitness News are joining forces to bring you the news 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.It's a blend of two powerhouses: America's #1 News and New York's #1 news.If you're looking for extended news coverage of national and world events, or you can't get enough local news from WABC-TV, then make sure you have the ABC7NY app on your connected device.How can you watch? Go to your streaming device, like Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV or Android TV.Search for ABC7 New York. Download the app and you'll have access to the world of news.It's a great place to watch Eyewitness News live, as well as ABC News Live's continuous news coverage.And there's so much more. Were you out of the house before GMA? Now you watch the best moments in the afternoon. Didn't stay up for Nightline? You can catch...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- ABC News Live and Eyewitness News are joining forces to bring you the news 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.If you're looking for extended news coverage of national events, or you can't get enough local news from WABC-TV, or you're looking to go deep with an original series like "Rising Risk," then check out ABC News Live New York.It's a blend of two powerhouses; America's #1 News and New York's #1 news.We're coming together on connected TV. So, you can get live news around the clock, every day.How can you watch? Go to your streaming device. Like Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, or Android TV.Search for ABC7 New York. Download the app and you'll have access to the world of news.It's a great place to watch Eyewitness News live.There's always something informative, like weather updates and features.It's all in one place and you can...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- While college football plays on ABC7, you can watch ABC7 Eyewitness News LIVE on abc7chicago.com and our Eyewitness News app.
    NEW YORK -- Do you have a story that needs to be investigated? Dan Krauth and the 7 On Your Side Investigates team at Eyewitness News want to hear from you!Call our confidential tip line 1-877-TIP-NEWS (847-6397) or fill out the form below.You can also contact Dan directly:Dan KrauthEmail your questions, issues, or story ideas to 7OnYourSideDan@abc.comFacebook: dankrauthreportsTwttier: @DanKrauthABC7Except in extraordinary cases, we do not handle family law disputes and criminal issues. 7 On Your Side Investigates cannot help resolve civil disputes such as suspected malpractice and issues that are scheduled for, or are already in court or before an attorney or arbitrator. We can, however, refer you to the proper agencies that may be able to provide the help you need.Before submitting email, please make sure you are contacting the correct station. This is 7 On Your Side Investigates unit at Eyewitness News on WABC-TV, the ABC station in...
    ABC7 brings you coverage of live events from public officials updating residents on the response to the coronavirus pandemic.Watch the live events above, and click here to watch Eyewitness News during regularly scheduled programming, listed below.Get the latest news, information and videos about the novel coronavirus pandemic here.TUESDAY LIVE SCHEDULE4 a.m.-7 a.m.: ABC7 Eyewitness News11 a.m.: ABC7 Eyewitness News12 p.m.: California Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly hosts a video conference to provide an update on COVID-19 in California.1 p.m.: Justin Levitt, Professor of Law at LMU Loyola Law School answers viewers' questions about voting, ballot security and more.3 p.m.-6:30 p.m.: ABC7 Eyewitness News6 p.m.: Adrienne Alpert will moderate a forum in the race for supervisor in L.A. County's second district.7 p.m.: Eyewitness News on KDOC - CLICK HERE TO WATCH11 p.m.: ABC7 Eyewitness NewsRELATED STORIESWATCH | Here's a breakdown of each tier in Newsom's reopening frameworkEMBED More...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- You can also watch the Eyewitness News Update on our Connected TV apps for Fire, Roku, Apple TV, and Android TV. Click here to learn more.Due to ABC News' coverage of President Donald Trump's helicopter flight to a military hospital, Eyewitness News at 6:00 p.m. was preempted.In this update:Trump, stricken by COVID-19, arrives at military hospitalPresident Donald Trump appeared in public Friday evening for the first time since being stricken by COVID-19, boarding his Marine One helicopter for a flight to a military hospital as the virus that has killed more than 205,000 Americans spread to the highest reaches of the U.S. government.The White House said the visit of "a few days" to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center was precautionary and that Trump would continue to work from the hospital's presidential suite, which is equipped to allow him to keep up his official duties.Trump walked...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- You can also watch the Eyewitness News Update on our Connected TV apps for Fire, Roku, Apple TV, and Android TV. Click here to learn more.Due to the Major League Baseball playoffs, Eyewitness News First at 4:00 p.m. is preempted. Tune in Eyewitness News at 5:00 p.m. on Channel 7 and our CTV app.Here's a look at what's making headlines this Friday:President has 'mild symptoms' after he and first lady test positive for COVID-19The White House said Friday that President Donald Trump was suffering "mild symptoms" of COVID-19, as the virus that has killed more than 205,000 Americans spread to the highest reaches of the U.S. government just a month before the presidential election.COVID Updates: Cuomo continues focus on NY hot spotsGovernor Andrew Cuomo said on Friday that coronavirus hot spots are a significant problem in New York state and have a positivity rate at around...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- Here's a look at what's making headlines this Saturday.President Trump announces Supreme Court nomineePresident Donald Trump on Saturday is set to nominate Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, capping a dramatic reshaping of the federal judiciary that will resonate for a generation and that he hopes will provide a needed boost to his reelection effort.Staten Island high school to offer virtual instruction due to lack of teachers, principal saysTottenville High School on Staten Island will begin the year with "virtual instruction," according to a letter sent to parents.Rochester mayor appoints city's 1st-ever female police chief in fallout over Daniel Prude deathRochester Mayor Lovely Warren announced Saturday that Cynthia Harriet Sullivan has been appointed the new interim chief of police of the city's police department, effective October 14th.AccuWeather: Will Sunday be the better half of the weekend?Will Sunday be the better half of the weekend?...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- ABC 7, Chicago's Number One station for news, will present the third installment of Black Owned, a series of LIVE interviews spotlighting Chicagoland's diverse Black-owned business community the week of September 21 on the station's 11 a.m.newscast. Anchor Terrell Brown will lead daily discussions with Black business owners representing businesses that include construction, fitness, gynecological services, vegan meals on the go and items to pamper your skin . Terrell Brown and Tanja Babich anchor ABC 7 Eyewitness News in the Morning and at 11 a.m.. Black Owned will be exclusively streamed live on abc7chicago.com and ABC 7's connected TV Apps on Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV and Roku.The following is the list names/locations of businesses featured during the series, BLACK OWNED:Monday, September 21GMA Construction (Chicago)- Black owned construction firm, working on projects like "Pullman National Monument," Old Cook County Hospital and University of Chicago.Tuesday, September...
    Sam Champion has been in the spotlight for years as New York and America's favorite morning weatherman. But there's one person who still makes Sam absolutely star-struck!If you want the full scoop, watch the Eyewitness News morning weather anchor answer 7 unexpected questions! He opens up about everything from his childhood in Kentucky, experiencing love at first site to the toughest moments in his career.Get to know Sam with the rest of our Morning News Team and watch them weekday mornings 4:30 - 7!----------* Follow us on YouTube * More local news* Send us a news tip* Download the abc7NY app for breaking news alerts
    Sam Champion has been in the spotlight for years as New York and America's favorite morning weatherman. But there's one person who still makes Sam absolutely star-struck!If you want the full scoop, watch the Eyewitness News morning weather anchor answer 7 unexpected questions! He opens up about everything from his childhood in Kentucky, experiencing love at first site to the toughest moments in his career.Get to know Sam with the rest of our Morning News Team and watch them weekday mornings 4:30 - 7!----------* Follow us on YouTube * More local news* Send us a news tip* Download the abc7NY app for breaking news alerts
    BROOKLYN, New York (WABC) -- The 12th annual Brooklyn Teal Walk and Run for Ovarian Cancer went virtual because of the pandemic, but that didn't mean it had any less spirit.Eyewitness News Reporter and cancer survivor Stacey Sager, as well as actor Steve Buscemi, led a round of applause for all those who have dealt with the brutal disease for which there is no cure or reliable test.TEAL says because of the pandemic it needs donations now more than ever to keep its programs running.----------* More Brooklyn news* Send us a news tip* Download the abc7NY app for breaking news alerts
    UPPER WEST SIDE, Manhattan (WABC) -- Police have released pictures of the suspect wanted in a scary incident outside our Eyewitness News studio on Manhattan's Upper West Side.Investigators say surveillance photos show the man who threw two rocks through our large street side studio windows on Columbus Avenue and 66th Street.It happened during Wednesday's noon newscast.EMBED More News Videos During Wednesday's Eyewitness News noon newscast, a man smashed two of our large, street-side studio windows on 66th Street and Columbus Avenue using large rocks. Police responded to the scene and they are currently looking for the suspect who ran away.We are thankful no one on our team or outside on the street was hurt.ALSO READ | New York City to reopen indoor dining by end of month at 25% capacity, Cuomo saysEMBED More News VideosGovernor Andrew Cuomo said that thanks to the compliance by people in New York City, indoor...
    UPPER WEST SIDE, Manhattan (WABC) -- We want to share with you a scary and unfortunate case of vandalism at our Eyewitness News studio on the Upper West Side.During Wednesday's noon newscast, a man smashed two of our large, street-side studio windows on 66th Street and Columbus Avenue using large rocks.Police responded to the scene and they are currently looking for the suspect who ran away.We are thankful no one on our team was hurt.ALSO READ | New York City to reopen indoor dining by end of month at 25% capacity, Cuomo saysEMBED More News Videos Governor Andrew Cuomo said that thanks to the compliance by people in New York City, indoor dining will be able to resume at 25% capacity by the end of the month. ----------* Get Eyewitness News Delivered * More Manhattan news* Send us a news tip* Download the abc7NY app for breaking news alerts *...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- Here you will find day-of-air coverage from September 11, 2001. The stories appear as they aired on Eyewitness News 19 years ago.As per an editorial decision, you will not see any footage that has been deemed too sensitive to view.However, to capture the severity of the attack, as well as to reflect the outstanding and emotional work many of our reporters turned out that day, a few of the videos do contain footage of the towers falling.PHOTOS: 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center in New York CityPlease view the videos at your own discretion, and please remember along with us the struggle of all those who died that day and who continue to suffer today.N.J. Burkett's 9/11 Account (WARNING: Contains images of towers falling)EMBED More News Videos WARNING: Contains images of towers falling Jim Hoffer's 9/11 Account (WARNING: Contains images of towers falling)EMBED More News...
    NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- Eyewitness News employees held a roundtable discussion one year after the attacks on the World Trade Center to recount their experiences, share their thoughts, and find hope in our collective grief.Watch our reporters, anchors, producers and camera operators discuss the anniversary in the video player above.Each year, New York City and millions around the country commemorate 9/11 with mournful ceremonies, volunteering, appeals to "never forget," and drawing attention to the terror attacks' continued toll on first responders.CLICK HERE for Eyewitness News reflections, photos and stories marking the anniversary of 9/11Relatives of the victims descend on ground zero in Lower Manhattan, and the events of that terrible day and the weeks, months and years that followed are never forgotten, nor are the memories of those killed by terrorists in hijacked planes.Additionally, we remember all those who have died from 9/11-related illnesses from their heroic work at...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- ABC 7, Chicago's Number One station for news, will present BLACK OWNED, a series of LIVE interviews spotlighting Chicagoland's diverse Black-owned business community the week of July13-17 on the station's 11 AM newscast. Anchor Terrell Brown will lead daily discussions with Black business owners representing businesses that include a theater group in Uptown, dentist in Woodlawn, syrup maker in South Holland, clothing designer in Merrillville, Indiana, and wine maker in South Shore. Terrell Brown and Tanja Babich anchor ABC 7 Eyewitness News in the Morning and at 11 AM. BLACK OWNED will be exclusively streamed live on abc7chicago.com and ABC 7's connected TV Apps on Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV and Roku.According to Jennifer Graves, Vice President of News, ABC 7, "We wanted Black-owned business owners to have a platform to talk to our viewers about their successes and challenges, to tell their stories and...
    NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- It is a bittersweet day in the Eyewitness News family, as we say farewell to our friend and colleague Tim Fleischer after a legendary 35-year run at Channel 7.He joined the Eyewitness News team in February of 1985, and his insightful reporting and unique storytelling led to a storied career as one of the longest-tenured reporters in the market and a mainstay on televisions throughout the Tri-State Area.Following a four-year run as anchor of "Eyewitness News This Morning" and a year of anchoring the weekend newscasts, Tim followed his heart back to the streets he loves. Since then, he's provided some of the best reporting of our area's biggest stories.We are sad, of course, and will miss him, but we are also happy for him and wish him well as he begins this new journey in his life.The affection and respect viewers have for Tim...
    Because of our live coverage of the President Trump impeachment hearings, we are offering an abbreviated edition of Eyewitness News at Noon on abc7NY.com and our Eyewitness News app.
    JERSEY CITY, New Jersey (WABC) -- An Eyewitness News viewer is stepping up to help an electrician who lost more than $1,000 in a rental scam.Nick Datz, 24, was looking for a fresh start in a new apartment and wired the money to a con artist who was posing as the landlord.It turns out the pictures of the apartment listing he saw on Craiglist were stolen from another website.The real landlord is renting the property for $2,000 a month."Someone is scamming the honest public and scamming me," landlord Anthony Calzaretta said.RELATED | 7 On Your Side: How to spot rental scams amid COVID-19 pandemicThe owner put up a warning about the scam, but not before Datz lost the hard-earned money he saved and borrowed to finally move out of his mom's house.But 7 On Your side had a surprise for him Thursday."To hear how someone was preying on someone that...
    ABC7 brings you coverage of live events from public officials updating residents on the response to the coronavirus pandemic.Watch the live events above, and click here to watch Eyewitness News during regularly scheduled programming, listed below.Get the latest news, information and videos about the novel coronavirus pandemic here.FRIDAY'S LIVE SCHEDULE4 a.m.-7 a.m.: ABC7 Eyewitness News9:30 a.m.: White House coronavirus task force briefing11 a.m.: ABC7 Eyewitness News11 a.m.: San Bernardino County officials give COVID-19 update12 p.m.: Gov. Newsom provides update on state response to coronavirus3 p.m.-6:30 p.m.: ABC7 Eyewitness News7 p.m.: Eyewitness News on KDOC - CLICK HERE TO WATCH11 p.m.: ABC7 Eyewitness NewsRELATED STORIES What SoCal tenants need to know about rent payments amid COVID-19 outbreak EMBED More News VideosCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom issued an executive order on Friday banning the eviction of renters who are affected by COVID-19. Coronavirus and kids: At-home educational resources for kids EMBED More...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- It's the story that has upended life around the world, but the impact has been the greatest here, in the New York area. Eyewitness News will tell the story in the way that only New York's No. 1 News can in our new docuseries, "Eyewitness to a Pandemic."Eyewitness News reporter Jim Dolan will explain how we got here, what we're doing to get through it, and help chart what lies ahead as we reopen into a very uncertain new world, familiar yet full of risk.The multipart series debuted Friday, June 5 exclusively on the ABC7NY apps on Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Android TV. To stream, search "ABC7 New York" in the app store.----------Episode One: An Invisible MenaceEMBED More News Videos Jim Dolan begins our story at the end of last year, as hundreds of thousands pack into Times Square to ring in 2020....
    HARLEM, Manhattan (WABC) -- Going out of business signs are expected to go up Friday at a popular supermarket.Fairway Market, the one that backs up to the West Side Highway in Harlem, was supposedly going to be sold as part of Fairway's bankruptcy plan.The sale fell through.A longtime manager told Eyewitness News the store was important in the community, and was also popular with people on their way back to the Bronx, New Jersey and Connecticut."This has been the one-stop-shop for people whether they live here or just passing through," said Luis Ysabel, store manager. "They know that they can get anything here, which is why it has become a magnet for the community."Another Fairway store in Plainview, Long Island is also closing.----------* Get Eyewitness News Delivered * More New York City news* Send us a news tip* Download the abc7NY app for breaking news alerts * Follow us on...
    ABC7 brings you coverage of live events from public officials updating residents on the response to the coronavirus pandemic.Watch the live events above, and click here to watch Eyewitness News during regularly scheduled programming, listed below.Get the latest news, information and videos about the novel coronavirus pandemic here.WEDNESDAY'S LIVE SCHEDULE4 a.m.-7 a.m.: ABC7 Eyewitness News11 a.m.: ABC7 Eyewitness News11 a.m.: Gov. Newsom provides update on state response to coronavirus1 p.m.: Los Angeles County officials discuss resources for immigrant communities impacted by COVID-193 p.m.-6:30 p.m.: ABC7 Eyewitness News5:15 p.m.: Mayor Eric Garcetti will hold a remote press briefing to provide an update on Los Angeles' response to the coronavirus pandemic7 p.m.: Eyewitness News on KDOC - CLICK HERE TO WATCH11 p.m.: ABC7 Eyewitness NewsRELATED STORIES What SoCal tenants need to know about rent payments amid COVID-19 outbreak EMBED More News VideosCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom issued an executive order on Friday...
    ABC7 brings you coverage of live events from public officials updating residents on the response to the coronavirus pandemic.Watch the live events above, and click here to watch Eyewitness News during regularly scheduled programming, listed below.Get the latest news, information and videos about the novel coronavirus pandemic here.WEDNESDAY'S LIVE SCHEDULE4 a.m.-7 a.m.: ABC7 Eyewitness News11 a.m.: ABC7 Eyewitness News11 a.m.: Gov. Newsom provides update on state response to coronavirus1 p.m.: Los Angeles County officials discuss resources for immigrant communities impacted by COVID-193 p.m.-6:30 p.m.: ABC7 Eyewitness News7 p.m.: Eyewitness News on KDOC - CLICK HERE TO WATCH11 p.m.: ABC7 Eyewitness NewsRELATED STORIES What SoCal tenants need to know about rent payments amid COVID-19 outbreak EMBED More News VideosCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom issued an executive order on Friday banning the eviction of renters who are affected by COVID-19. Coronavirus and kids: At-home educational resources for kids EMBED More News VideosWith...
    ABC7 brings you coverage of live events from public officials updating residents on the response to the coronavirus pandemic.Watch the live events above, and click here to watch Eyewitness News during regularly scheduled programming, listed below.Get the latest news, information and videos about the novel coronavirus pandemic here.FRIDAY LIVE SCHEDULE4 a.m.-7 a.m.: ABC7 Eyewitness News9 a.m.: Los Angeles Mayor Garcetti gives update on coronavirus response11 a.m.: ABC7 Eyewitness News11 a.m.: LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner provides update to school community11 a.m.: OC Labor Federation discusses coronavirus mask enforcement12 p.m.: Gov. Newsom provides update on state response to coronavirus1 p.m.: Los Angeles County coronavirus response update3 p.m.-6:30 p.m.: ABC7 Eyewitness News7 p.m.: Eyewitness News on KDOC - CLICK HERE TO WATCH11 p.m.: ABC7 Eyewitness NewsRELATED STORIES What SoCal tenants need to know about rent payments amid COVID-19 outbreak EMBED More News VideosCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom issued an executive order on Friday...
    ABC7 brings you coverage of live events from public officials updating residents on the response to the coronavirus pandemic.Watch the live events above, and click here to watch Eyewitness News during regularly scheduled programming, listed below.Get the latest news, information and videos about the novel coronavirus pandemic here.FRIDAY LIVE SCHEDULE4 a.m.-7 a.m.: ABC7 Eyewitness News9 a.m.: Los Angeles Mayor Garcetti gives update on coronavirus response11 a.m.: ABC7 Eyewitness News1 p.m.: Los Angeles County coronavirus response update3 p.m.-6:30 p.m.: ABC7 Eyewitness News7 p.m.: Eyewitness News on KDOC - CLICK HERE TO WATCH11 p.m.: ABC7 Eyewitness NewsRELATED STORIESWhat SoCal tenants need to know about rent payments amid COVID-19 outbreakEMBED More News Videos California Gov. Gavin Newsom issued an executive order on Friday banning the eviction of renters who are affected by COVID-19. Coronavirus and kids: At-home educational resources for kidsEMBED More News VideosWith schools closed across the country, parents are having to...
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