Tesla Q4 2017 Report Looks Sunny, Bodes Well For 20182017 was a big year for Tesla and 2018 is already looking up after a positive Q4 earnings report.
Hyundai Nexo: We drove Hyundai's hydrogen prototype to CES 2018CNET drives the hydrogen fuel cell vehicle from Los Angeles to Las Vegas for CES 2018.
Tri-State Residents Dig Out From Season’s First SnowFollowing the first snowfall of the season, residents across the Tri-State Area broke out their shovels and snowblowers Sunday.
Driver Charged With DWI After Crashing Into Parked Cars In BrooklynPolice said 33-year-old Juan Pedro Sibri crashed shortly after 1 a.m. Sunday near the corner of 18th Avenue and 61st Street.
Drunken Driver Didn’t Realize She Had Sign Stuck In Sunroof, Police SaySouth Hackensack Police Officer David Polanco was patrolling Route 46 around 12:45 a.m. Saturday, when he spotted a traffic sign protruding from the sunroof of a black sedan traveling west.
Commuters Say Woodhaven Blvd Bus Lane Is Creating A Traffic NightmareA new bus lane on Woodhaven Boulevard is causing a traffic nightmare.
City Begins Installing Barriers On West Side Bike Path After Terror AttackCity officials announced Thursday that new bollards are being installed along the West Side bike path to prevent cars from entering – two days after a vehicular terror attack on the path left eight people dead.
Powerful Storms Knock Down Trees, Flood Roads Across Tri-State AreaForecasters say the heavy downpours that soaked the region on Sunday are ending Monday. However, strong winds will persist through part of the day.
High-Tech Cars Helping To Push Up Auto Insurance RatesNationwide, rates climbed nearly eight percent last year, almost twice the increase in a typical year.
Cars Ransacked In String Of New Rochelle Break-InsThe crimes happened overnight and were reported on several streets including Seacord Road, Rosedale Ave, and Eastchester Road. Cars were left ransacked.
CBS2 Exclusive: Teens Doing Stunts On Bikes Are Causing Traffic Dangers, L.I. Residents SayTeens on bikes have been taking over busy Long Island roads, weaving in and out of traffic.
Queens Lawmakers Object To Cuomo's Manhattan Congestion Pricing IdeaGov. Andrew Cuomo is considering congestion pricing with no source of revenue to find the city’s aging subway system, and some lawmakers in Queens do not like the idea at all.