March Of Dimes Tackles New Threat Facing Unborn Babies: ZikaPeople around the Tri-State Area and across the country will take part in the annual March For Babies on Sunday.
Rail Delays Expected As Amtrak Plans 'Major' Repair Work For Penn StationAmtrak President and CEO Wick Moorman detailed the plans in a conference call Thursday morning, but said he didn't know yet just how bad the potential delays may be.
Killer Tide: 'Warning: This Drug May Kill You'In this HBO documentary, filmmaker Perri Peltz follows four families whose lives have been devastated by opioids.
Amtrak Putting Together Plan To Improve Aging Infrastructure At Penn StationThe plan is in addition to ongoing Amtrak track maintenance work that NJ TRANSIT says will cause 15-minute delays to and from Penn on weekdays and 30-minute delays on weekends "until further notice,"
MTA Mulls Suit Against Amtrak Following Series Of DerailmentsRecent problems at Penn Station haven't just had commuters seething -- the Long Island Rail Road is ready to sue.
Cause Of Deadly Queens House Fire Remains UnclearThe blaze broke out around 2:30 p.m. Sunday at the home on 208th Street in Queens Village.
Stephen Siller Tunnel 2 Towers Foundation To Pay Off Mortgage For Family Of Firefighter Killed In QueensWilliam Tolley's wife Marie and 8-year-old daughter Isabella held each other and thanked fellow firefighters at the foundation for making their time of grief a little easier
NIGHTMARE COMMUTE: Power Problems Strand Subway Riders, Create Major Delays SystemwidePlatforms were packed and some riders were stuck underground in the dark after a power outage in Midtown Manhattan backed up trains all over the city, making for a nightmare commute during the Friday morning rush hour.
FDNY, Community Mourn Loss Of Veteran Firefighter Who Died In Fall From Roof In QueensBlack and purple bunting was be hung from the facade of Ladder 135 Engine 286 in Ridgewood Friday as a makeshift memorial for firefighter William Tolley continues to grow.
Women's Groups: O'Reilly May Be Out, But Story Far From OverPressure on the network to fire O’Reilly had been mounting since the New York Times published a detailed report earlier this month of $13 million in settlements paid to five former employees by O’Reilly and Fox News.
Calls To Renegotiate Rates Following Complaints Over High Priced Parking At Nassau ColiseumAfter the venue's inaugural concert with Billy Joel, County Executive Ed Mangano received countless complaints over the $40 special events parking fee.
Killer Tide: Prisons Administer Opioid Blocking Drug To Help Addicts Avoid RelapsingVivitrol is now being used in prisons across the country and locally in New Jersey's Hudson and Ocean counties and in New York's Suffolk and Orange counties.

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