De Blasio Takes To Subway, Blames State For CrisisWith New Yorkers growing increasingly frustrated with the city’s subway service, Mayor Bill de Blasio took to the subway Sunday to talk about their concerns.
Garbage Truck Flees The Scene After Fatally Striking Bicyclist In BrooklynThe 27-year-old victim, identified as Neftaly Ramirez, was riding his bicycle on Franklin Street near Noble Street around 12:30 a.m.
Riders Caught In The Middle As De Blasio, Cuomo Butt Heads Over Transit MessEndless transit headaches have commuters demanding immediate help for the MTA, as the mayor and governor continue to butt heads over who is responsible for the crisis.
Power Problems At Penn Station Lead To Delays, Disabled TrainsJust hours after Amtrak and NJ TRANSIT announced trains were back on track Saturday, riders faced more delays in and out of Penn Station due to overhead wire problems.
‘They’re Traveling And Doing This Purposely,’ Some City Panhandlers May Be In It For FunGroups of homeless young people have blown into New York City during the warmer months, and police efforts to make them move on have proven to be challenging.
Debris From Construction Site Falls Onto Street In MidtownA street in Midtown was closed Wednesday afternoon while emergency personnel responded to reports of falling debris from a building under construction.
Sisters Refuse To Back Down After Being Attacked While Selling Cookies In Brooklyn Subway StationTwo sisters with an entrepreneurial spirit said Sunday that they will not let an attack by a group of teenagers put them out of business.
MTA Officials Give Update For LIRR Riders Ahead Of Penn Station Repair WorkThe MTA says 200 extra buses have had dry runs and the ferries are ready to go and Chairman Joe Lhota said rush hour trains will have extra cars to accommodate limited schedules next week.
Suffolk County Parents Call For Mandatory School Instruction On Opioid DangersSuffolk County leads New York state in a truly tragic statistic – the spiraling number of heroin and opioid overdose deaths.
NYPD Officer 'Assassinated In An Unprovoked Attack' In The BronxThe officer, identified as 48-year-old Miosotis Familia, died early Wednesday morning at St. Barnabas Hospital where she was taken in critical condition after being shot in the head, police said.
Christie Announces Special Legislative Session For Monday As N.J. Government Shutdown Drags OnNew Jersey Gov. Chris Christie called for a special session of the state Legislature on Monday as a government shutdown dragged on without resolution.
12 Hurt When SUV Strikes MTA Bus, Crashes Onto Curb In HarlemNYPD and FDNY crews responded to reports of multiple people struck near the corner of Park Avenue and 125th Street just after noon.

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