A federal report stemming from the investigation into the May 2013 derailment of a Metro-North Railroad train in Bridgeport says bolts on brand-new M-8 cars are too weak.
The Tri-State area is starting the work week with a mixture of snow, rain and freezing rain.
A winter storm is dumping snow and ice across the Tri-State area Monday, causing some dangerous driving conditions.
Ice and wind are the biggest causes of outages, PSEG Long Island spokeswoman Elizabeth Flagler said.
A winter storm warning is in effect through 6 p.m. Monday for New York City, northern New Jersey, northern Nassau County, northwest Suffolk County and southeastern coastal Connecticut.
It’s not easy being outside with the brutal wind gusts pushing the wind chill into the single digits.
Police in Greenwich, Connecticut were on the hunt Friday night for an unusual bank robber.
Stop & Shop supermarkets on Friday announced a recall of a brand of paprika, on the grounds that the label on the condiment fails to mention that it might contain peanuts and could be dangerous for those who are allergic.
A federal lawsuit says officials at the exclusive Indian Mountain School in Salisbury did nothing as students were sexually assaulted and blackmailed into keeping silent.
U.S. Sens. Charles Schumer and Richard Blumenthal are calling on Metro-North to fully investigate Wednesday night’s derailment of a train at Grand Central Terminal, saying more must be done to prevent similar incidents in the future.
Connecticut law currently protects car dealerships by preventing car manufacturers from selling directly to customers.
Police in Stamford, Connecticut were searching Wednesday for a suspect the said attacked a man for no apparent reason.
A Plainfield man has been arrested after police say he was pulling kids on a sled behind his speeding pickup truck.
CBS2’s Lonnie Quinn: Move Of 50 Miles Made Difference Between Paralyzing Blizzard And Mild Snowstorm
The Blizzard of 2015 turned out only to be a minor snowstorm for the boroughs of New York City and any other areas only because the storm system shifted 50 miles off its forecast path.
Travel bans were lifted Tuesday morning, a day after officials barred drivers from streets throughout the Tri-State area.