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Reporter — ABC New York

I'm a reporter for Eyewitness News on Channel 7 WABC-TV in New York City.

Times Square quiet during snowstorm

More than 100,000 sign up for New York City municipal ID card program

7online.com — New York City's municipal ID program got off to a rocky start, but officials now say sign-ups are running smoothly and that the response is overwhelming. City officials say more than 100,000 people have already gotten their cards or are waiting get them, and city services are seeing a surge in business.

Brooklyn residents upset over location of Sexy Wonders Adult Boutique

7online.com — A battle is brewing in Brooklyn over a new adult novelty store. The Sexy Wonders Adult Boutique opened in the Flatlands section just a few days ago, a stone's throw away from the Brooklyn Public Library. Now, the community is worried about what children in the neighborhood will be exposed to.

Who were the 4 suspects in Paris terror attacks?

2 suspects in custody in connection with shootings of two NYPD officers

Queens residents remember former Governor Mario Cuomo

7online.com — Mario Cuomo was a giant in New York politics, with his roots planted deeply in our area. He grew up in Queens, went to school there and stayed in the state, turning down a Supreme Court nomination. St. John's University was big part of Mario Cuomo's education, not once but twice.

Behind the scenes with the FBI on New Year's Eve

7online.com — Tens of thousands of New Year's Eve revelers were jammed into Times Square on Wednesday night, and despite extraordinary security measures by the NYPD, there is still the potential threat. Any time you get this many people in one spot in New York City it's a bit disconcerting.

Settlement ousts Fashion Week from Lincoln Center on Upper West Side over cut trees

7online.com — New York Fashion Week is a clothing industry's extravaganza that brings in nearly $1 billion in tax revenues. But now, organizers are looking for a new home. They have been kicked out of Lincoln Center because they cut down trees in a public park to make room for their stuff.

Boiler problem at Bronx elementary school leaves students in the cold

7online.com — At lunchtime in the cafeteria of PS 33 in the Fordham section of the Bronx, students were clearly cold and wearing their coats. In one classroom, a thermometer reads about 50 degrees. As students moved through the hallways, they were also wearing their coats and hats.

Young hospital patients take Newark-to-North Pole flight to meet Santa

7online.com — 'Tis the season for wishes to come true, and one group of children got on board a very special flight to meet Santa Claus Wednesday. The fantasy flight took off from Newark Airport for a trip to see St. Nick. It may have looked like any other flight, complete with ticket check-in, security line and waiting room.
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Jan 26, 2015

7th Ave @TimesSquareNYC 10:47 Thirteen minutes to get off the streets Live EWN @ 11 @ABC7NY pic.twitter.com/2pMkNLRTag

Jan 26, 2015

RT @WSJ: A 1947 snowstorm left 25 inches of snow in NYC. Photos of blizzards from years past: on.wsj.com/1DcGXEy pic.twitter.com/xB0QntUYZs

Jan 26, 2015

#westchester officials opening Emergency Ct Roads are open for now Use common sense @ABC7NY pic.twitter.com/swBIlsGm5F

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