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NYC's Fashion Week looks for more weight

Feb 2, 2007
All eyes in the fashion world are on New York City's Fashion Week. But this season's biggest debate isn't whether hemlines are above or below the knee. It on the models and their health. Alisa Roth reports.
Posted In: Health, New York

Kid-friendly homes . . . in the city

Jan 24, 2007
Some builders in New York have discovered a growing niche in the housing market: families who want the comforts of a suburban lifestyle without the commute. Lisa Napoli has the story.
Posted In: Housing, New York

Battle of the aluminum bats

Jan 19, 2007
Lawmakers around the country are working to keep the ping of aluminum bats out of high school baseball games, saying they endanger young players, but a $240 million industry is fighting back. Amy Scott reports.
Posted In: New York, Sports

New York gives back

Jan 17, 2007
Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced today a $1 billlion tax-relief package for New Yorkers. Alisa Roth reports on what this means for the Big Apple.
Posted In: New York, Taxes

Green car at your service

Jan 1, 2007
A new car service in New York City will cost more than a cab, but you can ride with a cleaner environmental conscience — not to mention an iBook and Wi-Fi. Lisa Napoli has details.
Posted In: New York

Looking for a green Big Apple

Jan 1, 2007
A new "green buildings" law goes into effect today in New York City. Supporters hope it will inspire green construction all over the country. Sarah Gardner reports.
Posted In: New York

New Yorkers at a tipping point, part 2

Dec 14, 2006
In some cities, holiday tipping is a yuletide tradition. Trey Kay hit the streets of New York to find out how folks feel about the custom — on both sides of the door.
Posted In: New York

New Yorkers are at a tipping point

Dec 12, 2006
Among all the people on New Yorkers' lists this holiday season are the people to tip. And Trey Kay reports it doesn't really matter whether those people have been naughty or nice.
Posted In: New York

Will NYC go trans fat free?

Dec 5, 2006
It's a big morning for much-maligned trans fats. The New York City Board of Health meets today to decide whether to ban the artery-clogging oils from all the city's eateries. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
Posted In: Health, New York

Was Grasso worth it?

Nov 22, 2006
New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer has hired a business professor to help him prove that former NYSE Chairman Richard Grasso didn't deserve his $187 million pay package. Amy Scott reports.
Posted In: New York, Wall Street