MTA: Emergency Subway Repairs Will Be Cut If MTA Doesn't Pay UpThe Metropolitan Transportation Authority is threatening to cut back emergency subway repairs if the city does not cough up hundreds of millions of dollars.
Prospect Park To Go Car-Free Full TimeThe park's entire loop drive went car-free as part of an experiment this summer, which officials said was a success with park-goers. 
Francesa: Yankees' Playoff Run Was 'Harbinger Of Things To Come'Yankees fans are no doubt disappointed after their team fell one game short of the World Series. But when the pain subsides, they should feel nothing but optimism about the future, WFAN's Mike Francesa said.
WFAN Morning Show: 'The John Flaherty Report' Season FinaleThe Yankees failed to close the deal in Houston. Therefore, it will be the Astros representing the AL in the World Series, not the Bombers.
WFAN Morning Show: Chris Lopresti's Monday Morning UpdateC-Lo had a lot to fit in to this action-packed update after an eventful NFL Sunday and much more.
WFAN Morning Show: Making Sense Of It All On A MondayIt's been a pretty rough couple of days for the sports locals, with the Knicks, Yankees, Jets and Giants all losing. So therefore, it was up to Boomer and Jerry Recco to brighten up your dreary Monday morning, which is exactly what they did.
Limits On Deliveries, Crackdown On Blocking Intersections Among Highlights Of De Blasio Traffic Congestion PlanBeginning next year, New York City will test a pilot program limiting curbside delivery in certain high-traffic commercial zones during peak hours – and will also crack down on drivers who block intersections.
N.J. Lawmakers Seek To Ban Nondisclosure Agreements For Sexual Assault, HarassmentThe Democratic and Republican leaders in New Jersey are planning to introduce legislation that would ban nondisclosure agreements designed to cover up sexual harassment.
Sen. Gillibrand Urges Congress To Reject GOP Tax Reform PlanThe New York Democrat says the middle class has been shrinking, and worker wages have barely budged while corporations have been paying their CEO's more and more.
Sen. Schumer Calls On White House To Name Chief Executive For Puerto Rico RecoverySchumer said the federal response to Hurricane Maria has been mismanaged.
Final Report From White House Opioid Panel Set For ReleaseAs WCBS 880's Kelly Waldron reports, the report will not only discuss ways to deal with the drug crisis, it will also look at how we got here.
8 Hurt When SUV Crashes Into Wendy's On Long IslandThe restaurant was filled with people eating and working, including some children, when glass suddenly flew everywhere.

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