Don’t worry. At least not yet. But one early weather projection is taking shape for Super Bowl weekend — and it doesn’t look good.
New York City Sanitation Commissioner John Doherty said a map that showed streets going unplowed on the Upper East Side was due to a faulty GPS system on a salt spreader, and traffic problems.
Doctors are urging the millions of people who work at a desk all day to stand up or walk around the office.
Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer defend herself and dug in deeper Sunday with her accusation that Gov. Chris Christie’s administration withheld superstorm Sandy aid in a bid to force her to approve a redevelopment project.
Assemblyman Michael Benedetto said he believes the measure could potentially prevent young kids from getting concussions, which run the risk of causing brain damage.
The New Jersey lawmaker heading up the state investigation into the George Washington Bridge lane closures has raised the possibility of impeachment if the probe uncovers ties to Gov. Chris Christie.
Jose Vasquez, 44, of Clifton, N.J., faces sex abuse and other charges for allegedly inappropriately touching young girls while apparently dressed as Woody from “Toy Story” in Times Square.
Deputy chief of staff Bridget Anne Kelly’s employment was terminated Thursday morning effective immediately, Gov. Chris Christie said.
Gov. Chris Christie responded Wednesday afternoon to email exchanges made public earlier in the day linking a top aide to the George Washington Bridge lane closure scandal that’s been under investigation.
Question his quarterbacking skills all you want. But when it comes to college football, the former Heisman Trophy winner knows his stuff.
Hours before a deep freeze moved in, flights in and out of the New York City area had already been disrupted.
According to police, a man was shoveling snow next to his blue Dodge Ram on Christopher Street when another man appeared, pulled out a gun and demanded the keys. He drove off without firing a shot, police said.
The last time an NFL playoff game was blacked out was on Jan. 10, 2002, a wild-card game between the Dolphins and Baltimore Ravens in Miami.
According to police, the flash mob involving as many as 300 teenagers, mostly 15 and 16 years old, began a short time before the Mill Basin mall closed at 9 p.m. on Thursday.
During a shoplifting incident, a large rack fell over in Macy’s, CBS 2 reported. Shoppers thought the sound of the crashing rack was gunshots and that caused a panic.