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When a typical New York City apartment dweller has something that needs fixing — a water leak, or the heater isn’t working — it’s normally addressed with a quick call to the superintendent or landlord. That’s not the case for handyman Nelson Talavera. There’s no calling anybody. If he need something in his apartment fixed, he fixes it himself. more
The world has been introduced to not just one coronavirus vaccine, but several. Yet, while this could finally mean an end to the months-long pandemic, state Attorney General Letitia James warns people to be wary of scams involving vaccines. more
The do’s and don’ts of operating a vehicle is not an arcane topic. These traffic rules are common to nearly every street and interstate. But getting stopped by a police officer for typical moving violations like speeding or flaunting street signs can be a much different experience for those drivers — many times depending primarily on the color of their skin. more
With New York's most vulnerable people living in close quarters in the middle of the pandemic, state officials say they've kept a close eye on nursing homes and assisted living facilities during the coronavirus crisis. more
A lot of attention might be paid to what’s happening with the coronavirus crisis, but state Attorney General Letitia James wants to make it clear that domestic violence victims will not be lost in the shuffle. more
Letitia James has a message for any store owners who feel they can make a quick buck in the middle of a virus outbreak: “Not on my watch.” more
Who will succeed new state attorney general Letitia James as New York City’s next public advocate is a question voters are set to decide in a special election Feb. 26 — but how to choose from a crowded field of 17 candidates is likely going to be a trick in of itself. more
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