Amtrak Train Breaks Down While Pulling Out Of Penn StationAn Amtrak train broke down in the Hudson River tunnel while leaving Penn Station Sunday.
Schumer Demands Better Police Coordination At Penn Station After StampedeU.S. Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) said Sunday that Penn Station needs major improvements in coordination, training and staffing following a panic and stampede a week ago Friday.
2-Time NYC Marathon Champ Dies Coaching NJ Middle School MeetA two-time winner of the New York City Marathon has died while coaching a New Jersey middle school team at a meet. Tom Fleming was 65.
Christie Mum On Axed Rail Project, Pushes For Gateway Project FundingRecent train disruptions in New York have focused attention on a rail tunnel project shut down by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie in 2010 that would be nearing completion now.
Earth Day Celebrations Get An Early Start In Union SquareA festival in Union Square features dozens of exhibitors -- including Toyota -- whose display includes the WCBS Prius Prime mobile studio, part of WCBS 880's 50th anniversary celebration.
One More Hoboken Terminal Track Set To Re-Open By June, Lawmakers AnnounceNew Jersey lawmakers toured Hoboken Terminal on Monday, months after a deadly accident involving an NJ TRANSIT train traveling on the Pascack Valley Line.
'Jersey Shore' Star 'The Situation' Pleads Not Guilty To Additional Tax Fraud Charges“Jersey Shore” reality TV show star Michael "The Situation" Sorrentino and his brother were arraigned Monday on additional tax fraud charges in Newark federal court.
New Yorkers Out And About On Unseasonably Warm Easter SundayThousands of people flocked to the city's outdoor spaces, unable to do the traditional sit-down holiday meal indoors this year.
Man Wanted In Plainfield Gang Killing Added To FBI's 10 Most Wanted ListWalter Yovany Gomez, who is the 513th person to make the list, is wanted in connection with a brutal gang murder in Plainfield in 2011.
Criticism Intensifies Against United Airlines After Passenger Is Dragged Off PlaneUnited Airlines chief executive officer Oscar Munoz issued an apology Tuesday for the treatment of a passenger dragged off a plane, saying "No one should ever be mistreated this way."
Experts Discuss Urgent Need For Proposed Gateway Project At Public Hearing In NewarkThe recent train derailments at Penn Station highlighted the need for major work to the area’s infrastructure.
Baseball Is Back In The Bronx! Fans Flock To Yankee Stadium For Opening DayYankee fans were treated to a picture perfect day for the home opener in the Bronx on Monday.

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