NEW YORK (WABC) -- In this edition of 'Eyewitness News Extra Time,' we begin with a vote that was set to impact one million renters and landlords of rent-stabilized units in New York City.
The New York City Rent Guidelines Board decision on rent hikes was expected to come down Wednesday night.
We took a look at how those numbers could fall.
Titanic missing submersible update
Rescuers on Wednesday rushed more ships and vessels to the area where a submersible disappeared on its way to the Titanic wreckage site, hoping underwater sounds they detected for a second straight day might help narrow their search in an increasingly urgent mission.
Amityville police-involved shooting
Officials are investigating after a man was shot several times by Suffolk County Police plain clothes officers Wednesday morning. Jayvon Bell, 21, was shot multiple times by officers on Maple Road in Amityville around 11:45 a.m. after firing a single shot, according to police. The circumstances that led to the shooting are not yet clear.
7 On Your Side stillbirths interview
A group of women in New York are vowing to keep up the fight to get a bill through the New York State legislature allowing women who suffer a stillbirth to receive paid family leave, after the bill stalled just before the legislature's summer recess.
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