Nearly two weeks after a failed electrical circuit cut power to the New Haven line, service returned to a full schedule of trains for rush-hour Monday morning to Grand Central Terminal.
New charges were issued overnight in the infamous motorcycle road rage incident on the Henry Hudson Parkway and in Washington Heights.
Authorities said Miriam Carey, of Stamford Conn., set off a high-speed car chase that put the Capitol on lockdown Thursday and caused a fresh panic in a city where a gunman killed 12 people two weeks ago.
Commuters waiting for the train have always had plenty to worry about and now they can add raccoons to their list of concerns.
Judah Schiller, founder of the BayCycle Project, became the first person Thursday to pedal his way across the Hudson River on a bike.
At least three people were seriously injured when an NJ TRANSIT bus and a van collided on the Garden State Parkway Tuesday night.
David Jimenez was walking his dogs in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, when he heard a man shouting homophobic slurs at him, he said.
Even with a government shutdown in effect Tuesday morning, certain elements of President Barack Obama’s Affordable Care Act are set to take effect. CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger explained some of the plans.
Gov. Dan Malloy said Metro-North commuters can expect a “very reduced schedule” on Monday compared with a normal peak period. Trains are expected to run at 50 percent capacity on the New Haven line.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has signaled that he will fight a ruling that ordered the State of New Jersey to begin granting same-sex marriage licenses.
The façade of a building in Hackensack, N.J. collapsed Saturday morning, causing no injuries but damaging vehicles below.
Residents claim skunks have invaded Inwood, roaming the streets surrounding Fort Tryon Park and stinking up the neighborhood.
Tens of thousands of commuters traveling into and out of New York City are scrambling to devise alternative routes after a power failure on Metro-North’s New Haven line brought service to a creep.
Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Wednesday advised commuters to plan for days of problems, after a power problem that left hundreds of commuters stranded during the morning rush.
The zones are actually existing rest stops, park-n-ride lots and other facilities, but new signs are being put up designating them as places where drivers can stop to legally use their phones or other devices.