Morning Brief: November 1st
The holiday is celebrated in Mexico and other areas around the world, and it focuses on the gathering of friends and family to pay tribute to those who have died.
Forecasters say to expect wind today with scattered showers and a high of 70. Tonight, mostly clear with a low of 50. [Full Forecast]
Need to Know
A new poll says New Yorkers are in favor of adding casinos to the state. [NY Times]
A federal appeals court has blocked stop-and-frisk charges for New York police. [NY Times]
Some New Jersey schools are concerned about safety on election day. [WFUV News]
The Brooklyn Nets host the Miami Heat at 8.
The New York Islanders are in Ottawa at 730.
Today in History
In 1946, the New York Knicks played against the Toronto Huskies in the first Basketbal Association of America game.
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