Tribeca Residents Shaken But Not Surprised By Crane CollapseThe impact from a crane collapse that left one person dead and three others injured in Lower Manhattan had many nearby residents fearing the worst.
Heavy Wet Snow Gives Plow Drivers And Residents Fits On Long IslandSeveral Long Island towns got almost a foot of snow giving some people an early start to the weekend.
Brooklyn-Queens Streetcar, New Solar Panels Among De Blasio's Plans In State Of The City AddressMayor Bill de Blasio delivered his State of the City address Thursday evening in the Bronx.
Teamsters Pull Support For Horse Carriage Compromise, City Council Cancels VoteThe compromise plan was initially supported by the Teamsters and Mayor Bill de Blasio and City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito.
Mahwah Officers Praise 9-Year-Old Girl Who Jumped From Balcony To Escape FireHeavy smoke and flames forced the girl out of her apartment and onto the balcony at the Society Hill condo complex in Mahwah Tuesday afternoon.
Mayor De Blasio Will Announce Plan For Cell Phone Payment At Parking MetersMayor Bill de Blasio is set to announce plans that would allow drivers to pay by using a cell phone app at the city's 85,000 metered parking spots by the end of the year.
Elevator Repair Worker Dies In Fall Down Shaft At NJ BuildingOccupational Safety and Health Administration spokeswoman Leni Fortson said it happened Tuesday at the Galaxy Towers in Guttenberg.
Some Uber Drivers Strike To Protest Company's Fare CutsThe striking drivers say Uber continues to cut into their earnings without cutting into its own take from each ride.
Officials Discuss Safety Measures One Year After Deadly After Metro-North Crash In ValhallaSince the accident, the federal government has committed $350 million for grade crossing improvements and another $6.5 million for a public awareness campaign.
Uber Lowers Rates In NYC On UberX And UberXL ServicesThe ride hailing service dropped fares on its UberX and UberXL services by about 15 percent starting 7 a.m. Friday.
Suspect Accused In Subway Slashing To Be Arraigned In BrooklynRas Alula Nagarit, 37, was charged Thursday with felony assault, attempted assault, menacing and weapon possession.
Federal, Local Officials Address Spread Of Zika VirusHealth officials said the number of U.S. residents diagnosed with Zika infections in the past year has grown to 31, but said all of them are believed to have caught the infection while traveling abroad.