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Police have stepped up the search for Avonte Oquendo, who has been missing for nearly a week. He was last seen Friday on surveillance video leaving the Center Boulevard School in Long Island City.
Avonte Oquendo, 14, has been missing since Friday. He was last seen on school surveillance video leaving the Center Boulevard School in Long Island City.
It’s a busy day for the New York City Council.
Avonte Oquendo, 14, was last seen on school surveillance video leaving the Center Boulevard School in Long Island City around 12:30 p.m. Friday.
Avonte Oquendo was last seen at 12:38 p.m. on Friday leaving the Center Boulevard School on 51st Avenue in Long Island City.
The search continues for a 14-year-old autistic boy who has not been seen since he left his Long Island City, Queens school Friday.
Avonte Oquendo, 14, was last seen at 12:38 on Friday, October 4, leaving the Center Boulevard School on 51 Ave in Long Island City.
Bedbugs have infested a New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene office building in Long Island City, Queens, according to a published report.
City Council Speaker Christine Quinn was among the lawmakers Saturday who called on the Metropolitan Transit Authority to make up for the loss of G Train service between Brooklyn and Queens.
Police have advised that explosions will be heard Thursday in the Hunter’s Point district of Long Island City, Queens as part of a movie production project.
Just off of the Queensboro Bridge in the Dutch Kills section of Long Island City cars zip by and motorists shout at each other, some cause accidents, others take their driving off-road.
Former long-serving New York City Councilman Walter McCaffrey has died at the age of 64.
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CBS 2 political reporter Marcia Kramer stopped by to explain the measures have veto-proof support.
Melissa Kleiner Cohen, a salesperson for Douglas Elliman, said she’s seeing more families deciding to live in the city.
In a recent survey conducted by the Department of Transportation, 10 percent of those polled admitted to being lost in the past week and one out of three didn’t know which way was north.