Scammers who manipulate how their phone number appears on caller ID could face a $10,000 fine, under a measure unanimously approved by the New Jersey state General Assembly on Monday.
Beginning Saturday, new drivers who are caught using a cell phone without a hands-free device could face a 120-day license suspension.
CBS 2 has gotten action following a report on no-show fines levied against Long Island homeowners by National Grid.
Some suburban homeowners are furious after being shocked with a surprising fine. The charge is being tacked onto their bills because they’re not home when a worker shows up to read the meter.
Fines will go down overall, but the city will maintain the letter grading system implemented by former mayor Michael Bloomberg in 2010.
Eating while driving. A lot of people do it every day, but startling new information has shown that the habit could be more dangerous than texting behind the wheel.
Connecticut Department of Transportation Commissioner Jim Redeker said he hears from road crews concerned for their safety all the time.
The New York City Council on Wednesday approved a package of bills that will reduce the fines restaurant owners pay for minor health infractions.
Gov. Chris Christie signed legislation Wednesday increasing the fine for failing to keep right or failure to observe traffic lanes.
Westchester County may face legal action and have to pay up $150,000 a month in fines to the U.S. Justice Department, after missing a deadline to improve water treatment in White Plains and Scarsdale.
Under the proposed ordinance approved unanimously by the Cresskill Borough Council Wednesday evening, Cresskill residents have 10 minutes to get off the field or out of the pool if the new lightning detection system goes off, or face a fine of up to $1,000.
Smoking will be forbidden at more New York State parks this summer.
A new undercover, sting operation has police looking for drivers who talk and text behind the wheel.
New Yorkers are crying foul over a sanitation policy that they say needs to be trashed.
New York officials say state police issued tickets to nearly 12,700 motorists during a recent two-week seat belt enforcement campaign.