Our own. We will no longer wait for local authorities to determine when videos should be made available

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It's news time 403 the first New York City school kids head back to the classroom today for the New year for the first time in a very long time, just the youngest among us as pre K and special ed students returned school buildings today if they opted for So called hybrids learning still over a week away from classroom activities for K five and Kate students in middle and high schoolers in the city. Don't come back until October, 1st. Have the earliest Camilla pop and says she's just gonna keep her kids at home. Don't fully remote way decided that a while back. I don't think New York is ready it later this morning, United Federation of Teachers president Michael Mulgrew will join us live on Santana wins. Update status of reopening city schools from the unions. One ofyou that's at 8 45 this morning. Wins news time for all four of the rules regarding releasing police body camera footage in New York State are changing that in the wake of the death of a black man in police custody in Rochester, more from correspondent line Oh Moy use major changes to how police body cam footage will be released following the death of Daniel Prude in Rochester, New York, Starting immediately. Thie Office of Attorney general will now be proactively releasing video footage. To the public on our own. We will no longer wait for local authorities to determine when videos should be made available to the public. New York State Attorney General Letitia James making that announcement after meeting with prudes family on what would have been his 42nd birthday. Prue died in March. But body camera footage wasn't seen by city officials until August. This. James also says protesters who believe they have witnessed police brutality should contact her office is civil rights Bureau. More gun violence in the city and the Bronx, a 40 year old man hit in the hallway of our apartment building in Washington Avenue. Police say the victim is expected to survive. This is at least the eighth person shot over the weekend in the five boroughs to people wounded in separate shootings in Red Hook, Brooklyn. Another shooting in south Jamaica, Queens, left four wounded Another person shot in East Harlem, no life threatening injuries reported. Of the New York Post is noting there have been 209 gun deaths so far this year. That's nearly twice as many as there were during the same time last year in the city with more than 1300 people shot in the boroughs. More than double the number from 2019. Has been an arrest in one of these shootings on Staten Island, Fatal shooting Back in July

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