Several hundred people have been evacuated from 11 Princeton University buildings because of a gas leak. All buildings were cleared for occupation at 12:40 p.m.
City Hall in Jersey City was evacuated Monday, after a letter to Mayor Steven Fulop containing white powder and a picture of Tim Tebow was discovered, according to a published report.
The Roosevelt Field Mall on Long Island was partially evacuated Tuesday, after smoky conditions at a Macy’s store.
At around 4:30 p.m., the FDNY ordered everyone out of the building due to some structural integrity possibly due to construction taking place next door to the building.
Guests at the posh Bowery Hotel were evacuated late Tuesday morning, after a fire broke out in an elevator machinery room.
The fire broke out just before 9 a.m. Friday on the third floor of a building on Gregory Avenue. When firefighters arrived, residents were screaming for help from the windows and fire escapes, officials said.
Part of Terminal 4 at John F. Kennedy International Airport was evacuated Sunday afternoon, after authorities found a suspicious package that turned out to contain toothpaste.
The Port Authority Bus Terminal was evacuated Monday evening, after someone found a package of what looked like grenades.
A partial building collapse Tuesday afternoon forced more than a dozen people out onto the street in Harlem.
At around 9:30 a.m., a note was found in a bathroom at Seaford Middle School indicating some type of threat, police said.
Sunrise Mall in Nassau County was evacuated Monday evening, after a woman described as acting “incoherently” dumped two suitcases and a shopping bag in front of a jewelry store and walked away.
Morgan Gliedman, 27, is the daughter of a prominent real estate agent and a top-rated New York oncologist, CBS 2 reported. She was nine months pregnant at the time of her arrest and gave birth to a baby girl soon afterwards.
Greenwich Village Couple Arrested After Investigators Find Explosive Powder, ‘Terrorist Encyclopedia’
Police Detective Martha Barrera reported that a plastic container containing a white powdery substance known as HMTD was found in the living room. The substance is highly explosive.
The city Buildings Department said Thursday that one wing of the L-shaped, seven-story building remains under an evacuation order as contractors work to reinforce it. People were allowed back into the other wing Wednesday.
All residents of the building have been evacuated and the MTA has a bus on scene to help shelter the few dozen evacuees, according to the FDNY.