BC-NY--New York News Coverage Advisory, NY
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WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION
NEW YORK _ Across the country, some construction sites look different these days: More women in hardhats are showing up, trained and toughened to do the gritty labor that’s still dominated by men. In New York, a labor group is trying to boost those numbers with a recent decision to reserve 15 percent of its apprenticeships for women, up from a previous goal of 10 percent. By Verena Dobnik. UPCOMING: 800 words, photos.
NEW YORK _ Businesses and homeowners across the northeastern U.S. are digging out after an overnight snowstorm that closed schools and slowed the morning commute. Sent: 130 words. UPCOMING: 400 words, photos.
_PEDESTRIAN KILLED-BUS: Police say a man has been fatally struck by a bus in New York City.
_ PINNED UNDER VEHICLE: Police say an upstate New York woman is dead after a utility vehicle rolled back and pinned her under its wheels.
_ OLDEST OFFICER RETIRES: A New York City police detective who sued to join the police department at age 48 has retired 20 years later as the department’s oldest officer.
_ AIRPLANE SAFETY GRANT: Two Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute computer scientists have been granted $325,000 to develop technology to help make flying safer.