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7 Streets are next target of Vision Zero to reduce pedestrian fatalities

A new report from the Department of Transportation says just 7 streets throughout the five boroughs are responsible for nearly half of New York's p

#FUVLove: Local Baker to give away over 150 Valentines to the homeless in NYC

Lisa Cotoggio celebrates Valentines Day by baking heart-shaped cheesecake sandwiches for people who are homeless

Strike A Chord: Teaching Autistic Children How To Swim Can Help Them Reach Beyond The Finish Line

Florencio Flores-Palomo faced his fear of water to create a swimming organization to empower special needs children

Strike a Chord: What's a School to Do?

Teachers have to be quick on their feet, but what do they do when tragedy strikes? As part of WFUV's Strike a Chord campaign on teen suicide prevention, we headed to one school that had to find out.
Last spring, a student at the High School for Math, Science and Engineering at City College in Manhattan died by suicide. Five months later, a group of sophomores, who asked to stay anonymous, said the tragedy doesn't come up much.

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