Whether you are in New York or New Jersey, going to the game or not, there are road closures, mass transit changes and tighter security that is likely to affect you.
This year’s Super Bowl has the distinction of relying on mass transit to take up to 30,000 fans to the game.
Super Bowl security preparations have gotten a thumbs up from U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson.
With the Super Bowl coming soon to MetLife Stadium in New Jersey, teams are not the only ones with a game plan.
New Yorkers living around the rebuilt World Trade Center are fighting what they call the “fortresslike” security planned for their neighborhood.
It is the season for break-ins. Every year, hundreds of thousands of burglaries take place during the months of November and December.
For most people the holidays are the season of giving, but for burglars it is the season for taking.
Mall security teams across the country are working with law enforcement to prepare for possible shootings.
The lawsuit seeks to force the police and other agencies to explain how they came up with the security plan before anything is put in place.
Monday night’s shooting incident at the Garden State Plaza mall in Paramus, N.J., is the latest tragedy at a public place, raising questions about security at shopping centers.
Nearly 50,000 runners took off Sunday morning for the ING New York City Marathon.
The New York City Marathon was set to begin within 24 hours Saturday, and the NYPD has pulled out all the stops for security in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings earlier this year.
The same burglars have hit thirteen small mom and pop businesses on the Upper East Side during a two month span, police said. Each time they entered through a security gate and smashed or stole the cash register.
Break-ins in the 112th precinct — which includes Forest Hills and Rego Park — are up 28.7 percent this year compared to 2012.
Responding police officers took the employee into custody. He has since been released.