- Owners of the Murray Hill apartment building where two tenants died of carbon monoxide poisoning may be held responsible. The apartment has had a history of dangerous carbon monoxide levels. The Mayor and City Council Speaker are moving to make carbon monoxide detectors standard in apartment buildings.
- A man jumped to his death from the Empire State Building, after applying for a job at an 80th floor business. A witness said the man in his 20s went to a 72nd floor ledge, "The window was closed, but he opened it and took the mesh off." This is the 35th suicide from the Empire State Building.
- And the Mayor is reviewing all city cars that have sirens and lights, after yesterday's news of Deputy Mayor Carol Robles-Roman's misuse of them. Mayor B is reportedly angry at Robles-Roman and has said, "There are people on the list I've seen where it's hard to understand why they have to rush to get someplace in order to pass a piece of legislation or file a piece of paper or whatever," such as the IT/ Technology department, though, in Gothamist's book, a downed network could be an emergency.