Injuries were reported late Wednesday afternoon, when three vehicles were involved in a major accident in Scotch Plains, New Jersey.
A fire was raging late Tuesday afternoon in a three-story home in the Bronx.
An extra-alarm fire destroyed hundreds of apartemnts Wednesday evening in complex in Edgewater, New Jersey — and grew so enormous that it even appeared on weather radar.
Crews rescued a worker from a Lower East Side construction side Wednesday afternoon, after he became trapped.
Four men were being detained in handcuffs at the mouth of the Holland Tunnel in Lower Manhattan Tuesday afternoon, after the tunnel was shut down in the middle of the evening rush.
An alleged bomb threat prompted a massive police response at John F. Kennedy International Airport Monday night.
The southbound FDR Drive was flooded in East Harlem Thursday evening, from what was suspected to be a water main break.
Demonstrators gathered at City Hall in support of the NYPD Friday evening, but they were met right away with a rival demonstration by critics of police policies.
Several people were reported injured Friday afternoon, when a multi-vehicle crash sent a school bus plowing into a building in Woodside, Queens.
The Brooklyn-Queens Expressway was jammed in both directions during the Wednesday evening rush, after a multi-vehicle accident that left a car flipped on its roof.
A water main break cut off service to a hospital and parts of Belleville, New Jersey late Monday afternoon.
Drivers on the Hutchinson River Parkway were brought to a standstill all the way through the evening rush Tuesday, as it took seven hours to clean up the mess when a truck hit an overpass and burst into flames.
A major thoroughfare was shut down in Williamsburg, Brooklyn Monday afternoon, after debris was spotted falling from a building.
A fire ripped through a six-story apartment building in Harlem Friday afternoon, sending flames shooting out of the roof.
Police were investigating Friday afternoon after a man was found shot to death in the back of a store in Newark.