Motorists on westbound Interstate 80 through New Jersey were seeing major delays during the Monday afternoon rush, due to two separate incidents involving trucks.
The Fire Department responded to a call claiming two people had jumped into the river near Starlight Park in the West Farms section of the Bronx.
A pedestrian was reported in serious condition Wednesday evening, after she was struck by a double-decker bus in the West Village.
Traffic was snagged in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, Wednesday afternoon, after a sinkhole estimated at 6 feet deep opened up in the middle of Driggs Avenue.
Three people were injured late Monday afternoon, reportedly including a child, in a crash on the Bruckner Expressway in the Bronx.
Seven children and one adult were injured Monday afternoon when a school bus slammed into a pole in Bellerose, Queens.
Three children were hospitalized Tuesday afternoon, after they were struck by a vehicle in New Brunswick, N.J.
All three suspects are in custody and the gun has been recovered, police said.
The fire is limited to one alarm, so far, but smoke could be seen above the Henry Hudson Parkway.
Flames ripped violently through the roof of a house in Paterson, N.J. Monday evening, as an extra-alarm fire raged.
The traffic trouble was located on the outer roadway of the Brooklyn-bound side of the bridge.
A man became trapped inside an excavator under a huge boulder in Somerset County, N.J. Tuesday afternoon.
A small fire broke out late Friday afternoon in the Manhattan Municipal Building.
A brush fire broke out and destroyed about an acre of tall grass Tuesday afternoon in College Point, Queens.
Several cars went up in flames late Friday afternoon at a junkyard in North Bergen, N.J.