Top NYC news: Man caught walking into cathedral with gasoline, lighter; officer wounded in shooting

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Man caught walking into historic New York cathedral with full gasoline cans, lighters: police

A man was arrested in New York City on Wednesday night after he tried to enter a cathedral with gas cans, triggering worries about a possible arson attempt in the wake of a destructive fire at the iconic Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. 

Read the full story on Yahoo News.

Netflix to Open Production Hub in New York City Encompassing 100,000 Square Feet

Netflix plans to open a new production facility in Manhattan — which will provide up to $100 million in investments to New York City, according to New York State Gov. Mario M. Cuomo. 

Read the full story on Variety.

New York City population shrinks for second year in a row

New York City is hemorrhaging residents, losing about 40,000 people last year, according to an annual Census Bureau report released Thursday.

Read the full story on New York Daily News.

New York City targets bus speeds, business deliveries, pedestrian zones

The plan increases bus speeds 25% by 2020, helps more businesses receive off-hour deliveries, and explores new pedestrian zones in Lower Manhattan.

Read the full story on ABC New York, WABC.

NYPD officer wounded, suspect dead in New York City shooting

A suspect is in custody after an NYPD officer was shot in Washington Heights on Thursday afternoon.

Read the full story on ABC New York, WABC.


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