Source To CBS2: Contractors Under Investigation For Allegedly Cheating Sandy VictimsClaims have surfaced that government contractors have been making up documents to cheat victims of Superstorm Sandy.
Floodwaters Wreak Havoc On Roads, Strand Motorists In NewarkHeavy rains turned Newark's streets into lakes Monday, trapping people in cars all over the city.
Storms, Flash Floods Make Unofficial Start To Summer A Messy OneEven areas that managed to dodge flash floods were not safe from the storm. In Little Falls, heavy hail pelted cars and forced drivers to keep it slow.
Report: Hoboken Looks To Become Model For Flood PreventionMayor Dawn Zimmer is advocating for better planning and increased funding for flood-prone urban areas.
Fast Approaching Insurance Deadline Could Trigger Flood Of Lawsuits From Sandy VictimsAn insurance deadline that could limit the options for thousands of Hurricane Sandy victims is quickly approaching and that deadline could bring a flood of lawsuits.
Gov. Cuomo Announces Plan To Help Homeowners Impacted By Irene, Lee, And SandyGovernor Andrew Cuomo announced a program that will fully compensate homeowners who were affected by Hurricane Irene, Tropical Storm Lee, and Superstorm Sandy on Saturday.
Tempers Rise With Floodwaters As Hoboken Residents Demand Solution To Sewage ProblemIn 2012, Sandy filled the streets and basements of Hoboken with water, that was followed by a slew of water-main breaks, and finally a series of flash floods brought on by heavy rain, that left many residents pumping out their homes once again.
Ask Asa: Rebuilding Your Life And Property After A Natural DisasterHurricane Irene was fickle as far as natural disasters are concerned, it devastated some areas while sparing others.
Hurricane Irene Loses Some Steam, But Still Poses Serious ThreatHurricane Irene caused extraordinary disruption Friday as it zeroed in for a catastrophic run up the Eastern Seaboard. More than 2 million people were ordered to move to safer places.
New York And New Jersey Brace For More Rain Days After Rainiest Day Ever In New York City HistoryArea residents might think Big Apple's been bobbing in all the water that's soaked us lately. Fed up or not, another soaker is on the way Thursday.
Thursday Rain Expected To Lessen ConsiderablyWet weather continued to push through New York City and the rest of the Tri-State Area on Wednesday night, bringing the potential for flooding and a strain on the morning commute.