Task Force Unveils Manhattan Congestion Pricing PlanThe panel wants to charge drivers a fee to enter Manhattan south of 60th Street and will affect cars, trucks, taxis and all for-hire vehicles. 
Port Authority Apologizes For Baggage Chaos At Kennedy AirportThe Port Authority of New York and New Jersey on Thursday announced a series of interim solutions to prevent another baggage meltdown at John F. Kennedy International Airport.
Critics: Cuomo Should Cut State Tax Instead Of Worrying About Federal Tax Plan EffectsNew York state Gov. Andrew Cuomo is doing whatever is necessary to protect New Yorkers from increased federal taxes.
Cuomo Includes Tax Overhaul Ideas, Congestion Pricing In State Budget ProposalGov. Andrew Cuomo is vowing to fight back against Washington Republicans with a state budget proposal that lays out spending on schools and mass transit while also confronting greater uncertainty in federal funding.
Andy Byford Starts First Day On The Job As New York City Transit ChiefThe city's new transit boss started his first day on the job by riding the subway Tuesday.
Major Trash Backlog Persists In NYC 8 Days After SnowstormFriday marked eight days since a snowstorm struck New York City, and the city was still dealing with it.
CBS2 Exclusive: Columbus Statue Will Stay In Place, But With CaveatsThe long debate about controversial monuments and statues in the city is finally over.
Travelers Left To Find Luggage In Free-For-All At JFKChaos continued Wednesday at John F. Kennedy International Airport, as thousands remained without their luggage days after snow closed the airport and a water pipe broke at one of the main terminals.
Republican State Senators Unveil Plan To Protect New York TaxpayersThe fight to protect New Yorkers from feeling taxed out from the federal tax plan got another player on Tuesday.
Demanding Answers: Questions Surround Crowd Control Procedures At Penn StationThousands of commuters were trapped at Penn Station the night before the snowstorm, raising concerns they could be sitting ducks for a terrorist attack, fire, or stampede.
Where Are The Plows? Officials Say Conditions Make Clearing City Streets DifficultWhere are the plows? It's a question many people are asking. Driving is treacherous, many city streets remain unplowed or waited hours to see them.
NY Gov. Cuomo Outlines Agenda For 2018 In State Of The State AddressNew York Gov. Andrew Cuomo delivered his state of the state address Wednesday during the first day of the legislative session.

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