Jenna Flanagan

Jenna Flanagan appears in the following:

Hearings for New Jersey Station

Wednesday, November 28, 2007

New Jersey Senator Frank Lautenberg will be among those calling for WWOR-TV to lose its broadcast licenses at a hearing in Newark this afternoon. The Federal Communications Commission is reviewing Channel 9's license. Advocacy groups say the station isn't providing North Jersey with suitable coverage. ...


Council Members Plan Hearings for 'Dangerous' Fashion

Monday, November 19, 2007

T-shirts with phrases like 'Deal or Die,' 'Stop Snitchin' and 'Respect the Shooter' may soon become a lot harder to find in the city. Council members Peter Vallone and Leroy Comrie say the clothing glamorizes gang activity. Councilman Comrie is planning a hearing to raise ...


State Tries to Cut Down on Air Pollution in Harlem

Friday, November 16, 2007

Environmental officials are testing out a new program aimed at finding and ticketing diesel trucks that are polluting the air. The State Department of Environmental Conservation started its crack down this morning in East Harlem.

REPORTER: This initial program will last three weeks then official are ...


New Stadium Christened in Newark

Friday, October 26, 2007

The Newark's Prudential Center "rocked" last night. Bon Jovi opened the arena for thousands of concert goers and possibly a new era for New Jersey's largest city. WNYC's Jenna Flanagan has more.

REPORTER: : A steady stream of people made the 3 block trek from Newark's ...


Worries over Newark Arena

Thursday, October 04, 2007

There's been lots of talk of new sports venues in the New York area, but the first new arena to actually open its doors will be in Newark, New Jersey later this month. The 18,000 seat multi-use Prudential Center will be the official home of ...


Mayor Bloomberg Gets Inspiration Overseas

Monday, October 01, 2007

Mayor Bloomberg has been traveling in Europe, looking for sustainability and security ideas along the lines of what he's advocating for the city.

REPORTER: He got a tour of London's so-called ring of steel that helped inspire the New York Police Department to start testing new ...


Law Suspension Aids Pedicab Drivers

Thursday, September 20, 2007

The city's roughly 600 pedicab drivers can still pedal their fares around town. The city has decided to suspend the implementation of new regulations that drivers insisted would cripple their business. WNYC's Jenna Flanagan has more.

The new regulations, which were set to go into effect ...


"A Train" Turns 75 Today

Monday, September 10, 2007

New York's celebrated 'A Train' turns 75 today and the MTA pulled out some vintage, pre-war cars to mark the subway's birthday. At the Inwood station at 207th Street, musicians such as saxophonist Henry Warner serenaded straphangers.

REPORTER: Warner says Duke Ellington made Billy Strayhorn's song ...


Corzine Speak, Walks

Friday, April 27, 2007

As Governor Jon Corzine continues to recover, so does the investigation into why his car crashed in the first place. New Jersey's attorney general says he'll investigate the role of police in the crash. WNYC's Jenna Flanagan has more.

Attorney General Stuart Rabner says he'll create ...