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NJ TRANSIT Trains Back On Track After Whipping Winds Downed Power Lines In LindenTrains are running on or close to schedule Tuesday after crews worked through the rain overnight to repair a series of mangled power lines in Linden.
National Peanut Butter Day: 5 NYC Eateries Serving Up Delicious TreatsDig in to one of these delectable peanut butter treats in honor of National Peanut Butter Day this Jan. 24.
Must-See Comedy Shows Coming To NYC In Spring 2017It ain't no joke, laughter is the best medicine! Make comedy part of your health maintenance program by stepping out to see some of these amazing comedians this spring.
MTA Orders Expanded Screening For Sleep ApneaThe MTA is going farther than any transit agency in the country, ordering sleep apnea screenings for every commuter train and subway operator as well as every bus driver.
Nor'easter Downs Trees, Leaves Residents In Dark Around Tri-State AreaA high wind warning is in effect for east or northeast winds of 25 to 40 mph with gusts of up to 60 mph.
Nor'easter Brings Flooding To Coastal Areas Of NY, NJMany areas along the shorelines in New York and New Jersey were left partially underwater Monday, as a nor'easter moved through the area.
PHOTOS: Nor'easter Leaves Tri-State Area SoakedA nor'easter caused flooding, cut power and ripped down wires in the Tri-State Area on Monday, Jan. 23, 2017.
Nor'easter Causes Mass Transit Concerns For Tuesday CommuteDowned overhead wires near Linden are wreaking havoc along NJ TRANSIT's Northeast Corridor line, where service has resumed with residual delays in both directions between New York Penn Station and Trenton.
Popular Kips Bay Tailor Recovering After Attack By Knife Wielding ThiefPolice have been searching for the man who attacked and tried to rob a beloved tailor in Kips Bay on Monday.
New York State Lawmakers To Take Up Right To Die Legislation AgainNew York state lawmakers will again consider legislation that would authorize people with terminal illnesses to request life-ending drugs from a physician.
City To Pay Up To $65 Million Over Tickets Issued By NYPD, Later DismissedThe City of New York has agreed to pay up to $75 million to settle a lawsuit accusing police of issuing hundreds of thousands of summonses that were later dismissed on legal grounds.
California Storms Blamed For At Least Three DeathsOne of the largest storms in years hit the Golden State over the weekend, with heavy rain and rushing water submerging much of southern California Sunday, causing mudslides and turning typically dry roads into rivers.

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