Drivers React To De Blasio's Plan To Ease Traffic Congestion In NYCNew Yorkers are sounding off on Mayor Bill de Blasio's a plan to cut down on traffic congestion in the city.
NYC Sanitation Employee Honored For Helping Catch Suspect In EMT's MurderRalph Alanzo received a gold medal of honor from the sanitation commissioner and praise from the fire commissioner Friday
MTA Drivers, Advocates Call For All-Door Bus EntryThe Metropolitan Transportation Authority has introduced a new program in hopes of making bus service faster and safer.
Empire State Building, 1 WTC Glow Orange As NYC Turns On The Charm To Attract AmazonNew York City is pulling out all the stops in its effort to get Amazon to take a bite out of the Big Apple.
GM Plans To Test Fleet Of Self-Driving Cars In NYC Next YearGeneral Motors is planning to test self-driving cars in the streets of New York City early next year.
Limits On DEA Have Hurt New York In Fight Against Opioids, Special Prosecutor SaysA “60 Minutes/Washington Post” investigation this past weekend revealed that Congress fueled the opioid epidemic by passing a bill limiting the DEA's ability to freeze suspicious narcotics shipments.
Subway Delays Are Costing New Yorkers Serious Time And Money, Report SaysA new report has found that Metropolitan Transportation Authority subway delays are costing riders time and money.
Connecticut Senator Apologizes For Use Of N-Word In Speech To Student GroupA Connecticut lawmaker is under fire for repeatedly using the N-word in a speech to a Democratic group at the University of Connecticut.
Manhattan DA Vance Stands By Decision To Not Go Forward With Case Against Harvey Weinstein In 2015Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance said his office would have prosecuted media mogul Harvey Weinstein in 2015 if they had a case.
Number Of Abuse Allegations Against Queens Priest Are GrowingTwenty-three women now say the former Rev. Adam Prochaski abused them as children when he served at the Holy Cross parish in Maspeth, Queens from the early 1970s to the mid 1990s.
Police: Recently Fired Worker Shoots, Kills Foreman At West Side Construction SiteIt happened just after 7 a.m. Thursday on 59th Street between 11th and 12th avenues.
MTA Unveils Refurbished E Line Subway Cars With Fewer SeatsThe MTA hopes it will reduce the time it takes riders to get on and off the trains.