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The $2.3 billion project means there will be six lanes, rather than three, in each direction between interchanges 6 and 9.
Hundreds of residents converged on Huntington Town Hall Tuesday night demanding a stronger police presence and protection following four killings since last October.
WFAN co-host Boomer Esiason, much to the displeasure of Craig Carton, has been named the commissioner of the Feline Football League (FFL).
If the writers anoint deGrom, the front office does the right thing and history holds steady, the Mets’ eight-year playoff drought might end.
After chatting with WFAN co-hosts Boomer & Carton in studio, he spent some time at the Hospital for Special Surgery in Manhattan to visit with pediatric patients at the Lerner Children’s Pavilion.
Police were searching late Tuesday for two suspects in a shooting that left four people wounded in front of a nightclub in Long Island City, Queens.
Only light rain was seen in much of the Tri-State Area on Tuesday, but a hovering weather system brought floods and created a dangerous situation in Newark.
It sounds like something out of a science fiction novel, but now, scientists say it’s one step closer to becoming reality.
Some New Rochelle residents have been doing double takes in New Rochelle, as they have witnessed a local public works employee driving a piece of construction equipment down the streets as if it were a car.
Animal welfare advocates were outraged Tuesday night, after a dog was found tied up and abandoned in Bergen County, New Jersey.
It was a dramatic scene on the streets of Borough Park, Brooklyn Tuesday afternoon, as a man caught fire and ran for help covered in flames.
The Board of Education has continued the suspensions of the Sayreville War Memorial High School football coach and his staff, CBS 2’s Lou Young reported Tuesday night.
The driver of the tour bus involved in a crash in Times Square this past summer will not face criminal charges.
A passenger was being evaluated at a hospital in Newark Tuesday, after reportedly being identified as possibly having been exposed to the Ebola virus.