Ruben Diaz Jr.
New York City’s oldest standing bridge designed for pedestrians and bicyclists is reopening for the first time in 45 years.
Looking to strengthen ties between Israel and the city’s Latino community, Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. welcomed the President of Israel on Wednesday.
Christmas came early for military families in the Bronx Friday.
The Barnes & Noble in the Bay Plaza Shopping Center in Co-op City was set to close its doors in January because of a lease problem.
Neighborhoods around the city have seen a real estate boom, but the Bronx has lagged behind. Even so, change is happening in the most unlikely places.
Bronx officials fired back Sunday after Sen. Ted Cruz took a shot at the Bronx during a speech to a conservative group.
Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. (pictured along with former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg) dialed Boomer and Craig up this morning…
The Grand Concourse is the second of 25 planned arterial slow zones being put in place throughout the city in an effort to reduce traffic fatalities.
Among mayoral hopefuls, long-shot Democratic contender the Rev. Erick Salgado led with a 180-foot hit. He topped several Democratic, Republican and independent rivals.
Three times a week, the $45 Real Bronx Tours bus ride took visitors past food-pantry lines, a housing project and a park a guide described as a pickpocket hangout.
New York Rangers legend Mark Messier and Olympic gold medalist figure skater Sarah Hughes of Long Island have big dreams for the Kingsbridge Armony, which is currently a vacant fortress.
The family was just blocks away from the home where they had planned for a family get together Sunday before their lives ended in an instant.
Officials in the Bronx are hoping to put a hotel and conference center on the site of one of Yankee Stadium’s parking garages.
State-wide, New York is poised to lose 112 post offices. New Jersey is set to lose 50; Connecticut will lose 15. Some 3,600 post offices are expected to be shuttered across the country.
In the continuing State of the Boroughs series, CBS 2’s Otis Livingston sits down with Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. live in studio to talk about the Bronx.