Hundreds of thousands of U.S. revelers have cheered the traditional ball drop in New York’s Times Square to mark the start of 2011 hours after dazzling fireworks lit up Australia’s Sydney Harbor for the new year.
As nearly a million revelers cram into the streets to mark the event, Police Commissioner Ray Kelly is promising a safe celebration with no threats, but lots of security.
The preparations were coming along, but the snow was still piled high on the sidewalks, and with these temperatures, it didn’t look like it’s going to go anytime soon.
Gov. David Paterson continued defending decisions made in his final month in office, including two dozen pardons.
Around 17 inches of snow fell in 18 hours, the fifth heaviest snowfall in Twin Cities history. It was enough to deflate the hopes of stranded airport travelers.
A man was taken to the hospital after falling into an icy pond, WCBS 880′s Sophia Hall reports.
Under the amended law, drivers can be fined between $25 and $75.
Now is the time for New Jersey motorists to make sure they have scrapers and brushes in their vehicles.
NEW YORK (AP) — Federal authorities say they’ve rounded up more than 40 people in New York and Florida, including one of the founders of the Roc-A-Fella rap label founder, during a takedown of a […]