Around 7 p.m. Tuesday, the MTA said a blockage in an air line caused ongoing signal problems between 33 St.-Rawson and 61 St.-Woodside.
Surveillance video has been released of a group of suspects accused in a violent attack that took place on Halloween night.
Police have asked the public to help them find a man who groped a woman on an E Train in Queens in the middle of the day this week.
The Metro-North Rail Road has announced a plan to provide shuttle bus service Monday morning, following a derailment on the Hudson Line in the Bronx that left four people dead.
The NYPD has asked the public for help in identifying and locating a suspect wanted in connection with a robbery that occurred in Harlem.
A suspect was being held Saturday for allegedly pushing a 72-year-old man onto the subway tracks at a stop in Harlem.
Eric Gay, 43, of Brooklyn, is charged with three counts of robbery. Investigators believe he may be responsible for as many as eight muggings since Sunday.
If you were to search for the phrase “sleeping on shoulder” you would find plenty of images of family members, friends, and babies, but you might not expect to find two strangers nestled together.
The easiest way to see leaves, of course, is to find a copse or thicket and just look up – but what’s the fun in that?
The NYPD has sent out officers to investigate, after a teenager snapped a photo of someone resembling the missing autistic teen Avonte Oquendo.
It happened sometime around noon near the 96th Street station.
It has been nearly three weeks since anybody has seen missing Queens teenager Avonte Oquendo.
Trains with open space rather than doors between cars, dedicated busways, and new “smart chip” systems to replace the current MetroCard system were among the ideas floated in a recent report outlining the needs of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority in the 20 years to come.
Officers this weekend found a loaded gun in the backpack of a man who drew their attention when he jumped a subway turnstile in Brooklyn, police said Sunday.
Officials with Animal Care and Control of NYC said the 4-month-old felines, now named Arthur and August, need a home together.