Port Authority spokesman Joe Pantangelo said Maxie Oquendo, of Manhattan, is charged with forcible touching, official misconduct and unlawful imprisonment.
Two women have been arrested after they attacked each other as their flight arrived at JFK Airport from Jamaica, police said.
Some drivers have become confused about a Port Authority effort to collect money from toll violators – thinking it’s a hoax and a scam.
Train delays like the ones caused recently by electrical problems in a century-old Hudson River tunnel could become much more common if a new tunnel isn’t built, an Amtrak executive told New Jersey lawmakers Monday.
The Port Authority said the incident at JFK involved an oversized bag that crews were worried had not been properly screened.
NJ Lawmaker Proposes Ban On Game Trophies Coming Through NY, NJ Airports In Wake Of Cecil The Lion’s Death
A New Jersey lawmaker is proposing legislation that would ban game trophies of threatened or endangered species from coming through airports controlled by the Port Authority.
Delta Air Lines flights are resuming at LaGuardia Airport’s Terminal C after an hourslong power outage resulted in dozens of cancellations.
The team will be honored with a parade in lower Manhattan up the stretch of Broadway from the Battery to City Hall known as the “Canyon of Heroes” on Friday.
The paint chips in Andy Reynolds’ backyard range from small, finely ground pieces to large chunks.
The father of Queens college student, who is accused of planning an attack on New York City landmarks on behalf of ISIS, is speaking up for his son.
A private bus carrying a group of Canadian students visiting New York City was rear-ended by a NJ TRANSIT bus inside the Lincoln Tunnel Wednesday morning, injuring at least 31 people.
The exercise helped test emergency preparedness for tunnel and bridge agents as well as local first responders.
Wildstein could enter his plea Friday in Newark federal court, where grand jurors are hearing testimony on the scandal.
An airplane cleaner who was arrested on charges she pocketed nearly $15,000 worth of contraband from planes grounded in New York City has been fired.
A financial services company and a technology firm have signed five-year leases at New York City’s One World Trade Center.