The stretch between Memorial Day and Labor Day is known as the 100 deadliest days for teens, when they are out of school and on the roads.
Authorities also examined a flight simulator confiscated from the home of one of the pilots and dug through the background of all 239 people on board, as well as the ground crew that serviced the plane.
Imagine opening the overhead bin after a long flight and finding out that your carry-on bag is gone.
New York officials say state police issued tickets to nearly 12,700 motorists during a recent two-week seat belt enforcement campaign.
Other bus drivers say the company warns them about using cell phones.
Police have plastered train stations along the 4 line with a sketch of the suspect based on the victims’ descriptions.
Amtrak officials said flooding had receded, repairs were made and service would resume Wednesday morning.
The incident caused delays of up to 60 minutes on the Bergen Line. NJ Transit spokeswoman Courtney Carroll says the passengers were transferred to two trains to continue their trip.
Sen. Charles Schumer said if airlines don’t start reimbursing their rising fees when passengers’ bags are lost, he’ll introduce a bill to force the issue.
The unidentified woman was killed at the Short Hills station at around 5:00 a.m., causing nearly hour-long delays on the Morris & Essex line.
New York City taxi drivers who refuse to take passengers to their requested destination will soon be slapped with increased fines. The City Council on Wednesday unanimously approved a bill that increases those penalties.
Police said Steve Drappel of Florida was charged with DWI and vehicular manslaughter after running over a pedestrian in New York City with a tour bus.
New federal rules could mean airlines will soon be paying you. The skies could become a little friendlier under new federal rules announced Wednesday.
More than 1.4 million passengers flew in or out of the airport last year, an 8 percent increase over the previous high set in 2007. It’s a 31 percent increase in scheduled service over 2009.
Expedia Inc. has stopped selling tickets on American Airlines flights, the latest twist in a simmering pricing dispute between American and travel websites.