Saturday, September 20, 2014 | 10am – 4pm Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum WFAN is proud to announce the Yankees Radio Network FanFest at Pier 86, adjacent to the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space […]
Over the next few weeks, WCBS 880′s Wayne Cabot will take a look at the law and its impact on the decades that follow.
The President of ‘Pledge to Protect’ said that she will be holding onto an ad blitz as talks with Sanitation Commissioner Kathryn Garcia continue.
As we walk around New York, it’s easy to forget how new everything we see really is. But, at the spot where West 85th Street curves into Central Park, there’s a reminder that wherever you set foot in this city, there’s something that came before.
The report said that there are fewer predominately white school districts and that minority students are mainly concentrated in high poverty districts.
Hundreds of prescription medications have been removed from cabinets as people brought their unused pills to St. John’s university.
Loud planes have caused a small Long Island town to file thousands of complaints with the Port Authority.
According to authorities, the suspect was armed with a gun when he walked into the drug store located at 1302 Second Ave. around 10:20 a.m.
Police on Long Island say an officer fired into a stolen SUV after the driver tried to hit him with it.
Between snowstorms, Superstorm Sandy, and severe thunderstorms New Yorkers have seen their share of bad weather.
Carlos Silva, a longtime producer and engineer for Yankees games on WCBS 880, died Sunday morning after fighting esophageal and stomach cancer, his daughter said.
This would not be the first ban on energy drinks in Suffolk County. In March, a bill was passed that banned the sale and distribution of energy drinks to anyone under the age of 18 in county parks.
As motorcyclists in uniform and armored personnel carriers escorted the vehicle carrying Mandela’s casket to the family compound, people lining the route sang, applauded and, in some cases, wept.
Black Friday might feel like a holiday — but it’s not. At least not when it comes to the city’s parking regulations, WCBS 880′s Jim Smith reported.
A female graduate student developed meningitis symptoms on Wednesday and was hospitalized on Thursday.