Bridge On A Barge: Old Kosciuszko Bridge Dismantled, Shipped Down Newtown CreekWorkers were moving the main span of the old Kosciuszko Bridge down Newtown Creek to the East River on Wednesday.
Cuomo In DC To Discuss NYC Transit Issues With US Transportation ChiefIn a statement, the governor said Wednesday's meeting would focus on long-delayed plans to build a new Hudson River tunnel to relieve congestion on busy rail lines
3-Year-Old Twins Die After Being Pulled From Murky Pool On Long IslandThree-year-old twin boys have died after after they were pulled from a backyard swimming pool on Long Island, police said.
Suspect Charged In Killing Of Keansburg, New Jersey Girl Due In CourtAndreas Erazo faces first-degree murder and weapons charges in the death of Abbiegail Smith.
MTA Subway Plan Includes Pilot Program That Would Remove Some Subway Seats To Increase CapacityThe Metropolitan Transportation Authority has a new $836 million plan to stabilize the beleaguered subway system.
NYC Ferry Serves Its One-Millionth RiderOriginal projections estimated the millionth rider wouldn't show up until Aug. 23.
Power Outage Hits Brooklyn's Spring Creek Towers, Formerly Known As Starrett CityForty six buildings are impacted and roughly 5,800 residential units are without power.
New York Bans Electronic Cigarettes At SchoolsGov. Andrew Cuomo signed new legislation prohibiting e-cigarettes in public and private schools.
Cuomo Orders Study Of 'Textalyzer' Technology; Would Enable Police To Detect If Drivers In Crashes Were TextingPrivacy and civil liberties groups already have questioned whether the technology's use would violate personal privacy, noting that police often must obtain search warrants before looking at a person's phone.

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