Some Rail Service Still Recovering From SnowstormMetro-North is operating on a modified schedule into and out of Grand Central Terminal Wednesday.
Hurricane Matthew Aims At Georgia, South Carolina; Leaves Disaster In FloridaMatthew's howling wind and driving rain slammed Florida early Friday, starting what's expected to be a ruinous, dayslong battering of the Southeast coast.
NTSB: Blood, Urine Samples Taken From Engineer Involved In Deadly NJ TRANSIT Train CrashFederal investigators said the crew is cooperating but they still are unable to get to the rail cars following the NJ TRANSIT train crash at the Hoboken terminal that left one woman dead and injured more than 100 people.
And They're Off! Holiday Travelers Take To The Roads And SkiesA record number of travelers are hitting the roads and taking to the skies Wednesday for what's expected to be one of the busiest travel days of the holiday season.
NYPD Detective, Suffolk County Staff Sgt. Remembered After Being Killed In AfghanistanThe NYPD is mourning the death of a Bronx detective who was one of six American troops killed in a suicide attack near Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan.
Bratton, FBI Director Meet To Talk Counterterrorism; Homeland Security Announces Changes To Alert SystemMeanwhile, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson also announced modifications to the National Terrorism Advisory System.
MTA Chairman 'Confident' In Meeting Phase Two Deadline For Second Avenue Subway ProjectTimeline questions were recently raised by an independent MTA engineer, warning that installation of track, communications and a power system could slow the pace of construction.
Indian Point Plant Owner To Determine 'Precise' Cause Of Latest Unit ShutdownAn electrical disturbance prompted the shut down of a generator and reactor at the Indian Point nuclear power plant in Westchester County.
Officials Call For Safety Upgrades After Queens Teen Killed In Hit-And-RunState Sen. Jose Peralta, who spoke at the scene of the deadly crash Thursday, is proposing legislation for a distracted pedestrian awareness campaign.
2 Suspects Sought In Armed Robbery On Central Park WestThe victim was not hurt, but police said the suspects made off with cash and even his shoes.
Greenwich High School Students Weigh In On Pushing Back Start TimeSome Greenwich High School students like an early start time, but they also like the idea of a "recharge" day with a 9 a.m. start once a week, according to a report in The Greenwich Time.
Consumer Alert: Holiday 'Laser Light' Shows Can Pose Dangers To PilotsMany residents are taking an extra steps this holiday season, by turning their lawns into a front yard laser light show -- but there can be dangers if not installed properly.