AP-NY--New York News Coverage Advisory, NY
Good afternoon! Here’s a look at how AP’s general news coverage is shaping up today in New York. Questions about today’s coverage plans are welcome, and should be directed to Mike Sisak at 212-621-1670.
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NEW YORK — A campaign manager who moonlights as an energy healer; a photographer who sings in a heavy metal band; and a Muslim progressive activist who runs a cooking blog. These are the people behind the campaign that helped launch Democrat Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez into the national spotlight. By Stephen Groves. UPCOMING 550 words by 1 p.m. Photos.
NEW YORK — Tarana Burke is known for coining the phrase ‘Me Too’ more than a decade ago. But beyond the hashtag, Burke is busy with concrete plans to move the needle on fighting sexual violence. She’s finalizing details for an online community for survivors, to launch this fall, and preparing to dispense grants to local groups across the country. By Jocelyn Noveck. SENT: 1300 words, photos.
ALBANY, N.Y. — In New York state government news, Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli is sounding an alarm about state finances. DiNapoli, a Democrat, released a report last week on the state’s financial plan that showed state spending is on track to outpace revenues. He warned that could put the state in financial peril if the economy turns or if the federal government cuts funding. By David Klepper. Sent: 450 words.
— WEINSTEIN-BANKRUPTCY: An agreement reached in the sale of Harvey Weinstein’s movie studio won’t leave Hollywood stars like Robert De Niro and Meryl Streep holding the bag.
— TRUMP-CONGRESSMAN-THREAT: Police say an angry Long Island man nearly backed over a campaign worker moments after saying he wanted to kill supporters of President Donald Trump and U.S. Rep. Lee Zeldin, both Republicans.
— SCHOOL SHOOTING-FLORIDA-STUDENT JOURNALISTS: Two student reporters who covered a mass shooting at their Parkland, Florida high school have gotten a special invitation to share their experiences and learn from professionals at a week-long journalism program in New York.
— STATE FAIR-TICKETS: Advance tickets for the New York State Fair are going on sale, and there are new discounts for college students and Canadians.
— IRAN HOSTAGES-PLANE: A rocket-boosted military transport plane built to rescue 52 American hostages in Iran is making its way piece-by-piece to an upstate New York museum.
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