The New York City Council is expected to vote on a measure that would number of new for-hire vehicle licenses.
The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating after several pilots reported being hit by a green laser beam while flying over New Jersey Wednesday night.
The new West District station on Jackson Avenue has been named in 23-year-old Officer Melvin Santiago’s honor, one year after he was gunned down in what authorities described as an ambush.
NYCHA general manager Michael Kelly says in the past the agency started to lose its core business as a property manager, so it is rolling out a new repair strategy called “Fix It Forward.”
Gillibrand says states with strong gun restrictions are at the mercy of those with weaker laws, WCBS 880’s Jim Smith reported.
The NYPD is setting up a database using information from several city agencies, including the Civilian Complaint Review Board and City Comptroller Scott Stringer’s office.
The city Department of Health and Mental Hygiene’s rule is going into effect next month, requiring fish being served raw or under cooked to first be frozen to kill off bacteria.
The NJ TRANSIT Board will vote next week on a multi-million dollar contract to put new cameras on its trains.
The arrest comes at the same time that the NYPD is on high alert, concerned about a possible ISIS-inspired terror attack in the United States this holiday weekend.
That means the drives in most of the park will be mainly for recreational use.
John Patti said for states new to same-sex marriage unions, it will take about 10 years before divorce lawyers will start seeing extra business.
The attack appears to have been unprovoked. The victim, a Korean woman, was coming from a yoga class at the time of the incident, police said.
The Stonewall Inn, the Greenwich Village tavern widely considered to be the birthplace of the gay rights movement, has been designated a city landmark.
The stabbing happened at around 2:30 p.m. at 63rd Street and Lexington Avenue — the building where convicted ponzi schemer Bernie Madoff once lived.
The commission initially required companies such as Uber and Lyft to submit any proposed app changes for its approval. The providers said that would stifle innovation.