After 15 Long Island Rail Road employees were arrested and charged with stealing over $250,000 worth of copper wire, the railroad agency said it will put in place new measures so that similar thefts will not happen.
The Mamaroneck School District alerted parents that the “suspicious male attempted to enter the locked side door of the Hommocks Pool entrance.”
The ball is comprised of nearly 2,700 Waterford crystals and 32, 256 LED lights and weighs 12,000 pounds – nearly six tons.
“His main concern is the security and safety of the 20 million people who live within the 50 mile meltdown zone at Indian Point,” said Clifton Travis’ attorney Amy Bellantoni.
Senator Frank Lautenberg is demanding more effective security enforcement by the Transportation Security Administration following Sunday’s security breach at Newark Liberty International Airport.
As technology continues to change, so does the way that people choose to protect their homes. Cable TV systems now give homeowners the option to monitor their homes, providing instant security.
Air passengers were temporarily evacuated from a terminal at New York City’s Kennedy Airport after a problem at one of the security checkpoints.
The business social network said Wednesday that some of its users’ passwords have been stolen and leaked onto the Internet.
Swisher seemed his usual good-natured self after the fan contact. But other members of the Yankees weren’t laughing.
Police said the victim was alone in the leasing office when two men knocked on the door, asking for the owner. Investigators said the woman let the men in. From there, security cameras were rolling.
The breach occurred at around 5:20 a.m. A passenger flagged by the Transportation Security Administration went through a security checkpoint without being pulled aside and screened.
The town is installing more than a dozen sensors in the area of the Bellport train station. The devices are designed to help police pinpoint where and when gunshots are fired.
Fernando Mateo, head of the New York State Federation of Taxi Drivers, says he’s working with City Council members to create legislation that would require the NYPD and the Taxi and Limousine Commission to act immediately when a driver is attacked.
New Yorkers will have to deal with blocked streets and security sweeps as they try to get around the area near the U.N.
Vehicle checkpoints set up after what authorities described as a specific, credible but unconfirmed threat will remain in place.