As New Jersey Preps For Storms, Residents Concerned With Getting AroundNJ TRANSIT, which saw some train under water during Sandy, is keeping a close eye in an effort to minimize service disruptions.
Some Jersey Shore Residents Worry Joaquin Will Be Repeat Of SandyResidents of coastal communities affected by Superstorm Sandy in 2012 have been watching the path of Hurricane Joaquin closely – amid fears that history could repeat itself.
CBS2 Demanding Answers: Mold-Infested Home In Queens May Force Neighbors To MoveA Department of Buildings inspector stopped by the house Thursday morning, slapping HSBC with another violation for failing to maintain the building.
Thousands Of Artifacts, Removed After Superstorm Sandy, Return To Ellis IslandHistory is back on display at the Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration. Precious treasures were returned Wednesday after they were displaced by Superstorm Sandy.
FEMA Extends Deadline To Review Sandy Flood Damage ClaimsThe 30-day extension came just before Tuesday's deadline expired and after the Housing and Urban Development Department announced it would not seek to recoup duplicate benefits already paid to homeowners, up to $20,000.
CBS2 Demands Answers: 3 Years After Sandy Lights Are Still Out At Empty Sky MemorialThe Empty Sky Memorial in Jersey City was dedicated in 2010, 2 years after that, Superstorm Sandy damaged the memorial's lighting system.
Long Island Business Owner Accused Of Scamming FEMA, IRSHarendra Singh is accused of under reporting his income by $10 million to cheat the IRS and bribing a Town of Oyster Bay employee.
More Federal Funds Coming For Post-Sandy Upgrades To PATH SystemThe PATH rail system will be getting additional federal funds to continue repairs from Superstorm Sandy.
City To Put In $100 Million To Prevent Flooding In Lower ManhattanMayor Bill de Blasio and other city officials announced a major capital commitment Thursday to protect Lower Manhattan from flooding.
State Launches Investigation Into Alleged Scam Targeting NY Rising ApplicantsLindenhurst homeowner Michelle Insinga, who runs several Sandy recovery Facebook pages, said dozens of people began complaining about getting suspicious emails.
NJ Girl Helps Fund Sandy Relief With Lemonade StandOne New Jersey girl has turned her summer hobby into a business, and she's donating the money she makes to Superstorm Sandy recovery efforts at the shore.
FEMA Offers Review Of Sandy Payouts Following Fraud Claims, But Some Say They're SkepticalIt's an offer you'd think homeowners can't refuse: the possibility of more money on their damaged home claims from FEMA.