This difficult winter has New Jersey police stepping up their enforcement of a law requiring drivers to clear snow and ice off vehicles. Many New Yorkers wonder why there isn’t a similar law in their state.
The latest round of snowfall is expected to begin Wednesday night and last into Thursday night, dumping 6 to 10 inches on New York City, according to the National Weather Service.
Bus stops on Route 3 and Route 4 were unplowed as of Friday, potentially putting riders in danger. But by Monday, crews were out removing snow and ice.
On Route 4 in Hackensack, N.J., commuters could be seen struggling, almost falling on frozen mounds of snow as they step out onto the street.
United Water says the 12 inch water main broke on Route 17 South between Midland Avenue and Ridgewood Avenue.
Emergency crews have rescued two workers who had been stuck five stories up on scaffolding outside an office building in Paramus.
Lawmakers in New Jersey will hold a meeting to discuss bringing casinos to Bergen County.
For most people the holidays are the season of giving, but for burglars it is the season for taking.
Police have released video and 911 calls from inside a northern New Jersey mall where a man fired shots before killing himself.
Wednesday morning, there was little evidence of Monday night’s shooting when authorities said 20-year-old Richard Shoop walked into the mall with a rifle, fired at random objects and then killed himself.
Shoppers were on edge across the Tri-State Area Tuesday, as worried parents tried to explain the latest random violence to their children.
The body of Richard Shoop was discovered in a closed-off area that is currently under construction at the Garden State Plaza mall in Paramus, Bergen County Prosecutor John Molinelli said.
Witnesses said the sound of gunfire around 9:30 p.m. Monday sent customers and employees rushing for the exits and hiding places.
Police responded in force late Monday and early Tuesday, after a gunman fired several shots inside the Garden City Plaza Mall.
CBS 2’s Vanessa Murdock’s showcased some of spookiest decoration displays in the Tri-State area.