Regulators investigating the fatal Metro-North Railroad train derailment recommended Tuesday that the railroad install recorders on its vehicles and new speed-limit signs along its tracks.
A bill introduced last week by Sen. Tony Avella would put a two-year moratorium on the DEC’s plan to eradicate all 2,200 wild mute swans in the state by 2025.
A teen from Long Island was prompted to contact a local lawmaker and call for the installation of bike lanes, after his mother was injured in an accident.
The family of an unarmed National Guardsman killed by police during a Queens traffic stop has settled with the city for millions.
The NYPD and the FBI have busted up a ring of robbers who are accused of breaking into ritzy jewelry stores, and stealing more than $1 million worth of watches, all up and down the East Coast.
Undocumented immigrants and their supporters are cheering Mayor Bill de Blasio’s plan for creating city identification cards this year.
Bratton said the reforms will help improve community-police relations but also put the business community at ease. He noted that stop-and-frisk is seen as divisive and unconstitutional by some.
The Explorer of the Seas docked Wednesday afternoon in Bayonne. An ambulance could be seen waiting outside the ship after it pulled into port.
In the 16 years he’s been brokering Super Bowl hotel rooms on 14SB.com, Alan Bachand says this year has been the worst.
The agency launched the program in October 2011 in an effort to reduce the subway rodent population and the amount of refuse pick-up in the stations.
Police, firefighters and other first responders were called on reports of a possible explosion at an apartment building on Lexington Avenue in Kips Bay.
The MTA in a statement said it’s doing its best to coordinate with Access-A-Ride customers. Even though the cross streets are still open, the MTA said it has to coordinate drop-offs around frozen zones.
Complaints about unplowed streets mounted in many areas Tuesday night, especially on the Upper East Side.
A day after a major snowstorm walloped the Tri-State area, the weather was being blamed for at least two gruesome injuries..
Oquendo, 14, was last seen leaving his Long Island City school on Oct. 4. He suffered a severe form of autism and was unable to communicate verbally.