The ban will go into effect on Aug. 1 on federal lands in the Town of Islip between the communities of Atlantique and Corneille Estates.
The breach prompted a massive increase in security at the bridge.
New York’s attorney general said Lyft agreed to operate “in full compliance” with existing laws and regulations.
The school’s superintendent said the moment a panicked parent called wondering where his child was, the school board called the bus company contracted to transport summer program students, and when they couldn’t reach the company, they called police.
Questions remain about the Federal Aviation Administration’s ban on flights to Israel earlier this week and whether it was based on safety or politics.
The Highway Trust Fund’s bankruptcy could delay ongoing projects like the construction on I-80, CBS 2′s Matt Kozar reported.
Clutching a bouquet of white flowers, smiling from ear to ear, Badger proves life can go on, even after enduring the unimaginable.
City neighborhoods change before our very eyes. It’s out with the old, and in with the new. But in some areas, like the Lower East Side, it can be tough for people who can barely afford to live there.
Police called it an overnight case of crash and dash. A truck driver allegedly damaged a string of cars in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, and then fled into the night.
At Alstede Farms in Chester, N.J., families can find tons of animals to feed and lots of fruits and vegetables to pick.
Lord Balatbat and Lolibeth Ortega were at the Cherrystone Family Camping and RV Resort with their three children when the twister tore through the campground, toppling a tree onto their tent.
The festival, which kicks off Friday night, features balloons of all shapes and sizes, including the largest free-flying American flag.
A loophole in the City’s Inclusionary Housing Zoning incentive system apparently allowed one developer to build a 33-story high-rise on Riverside Drive South on the Upper West Side with two income entrances
A Bronx man suspected of pickpocketing in Queens has been charged in seven separate cases over a nine-month period between 2013 and 2014.
Temporary repairs to the Walk Bridge can begin right away now that the state Bond Commission has given the OK to the $3 million fix.