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Gwynne Hogan is a general assignment reporter who’s worked at WNYC and Gothamist since 2017. Before joining WNYC, she did stints at the New York Post and the late DNAinfo New York and studied at the CUNY Newmark Graduate School of Journalism, graduating with the class of 2014. She won a Gracie award for her coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic and a Society of Professional Journalists award for her reporting on one Rockaway school’s efforts to avoid suspending students. Follow her on Twitter.

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A new poll from Siena College found that prospective voters are motivated by economic issues and crime.


P.S./M.S. 5 in the Bronx has 65 new students who are asylum seekers. The unexpected surge has strained the school’s budget and challenged seasoned educators.


It’s the first Trader Joe’s in New York City to formally request a union vote.


Four people were fatally struck in Brooklyn and the Bronx this weekend. Shootings in the city are down compared to one year ago, but remain higher than pre-pandemic levels.


Advocates raised questions about the plan's legality and expressed concern that the children would be housed in congregate settings.


The building’s super went to check on a young woman inside her apartment and smelled a foul odor, police officials said.


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