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More than 3,000 athletes took to water and land Sunday morning for the Aquaphor New York City Triathlon.
After months of training, Sunday is race day for more than 3,000 people participating in the Aquaphor New York City Triathlon.
The show will feature 40,000 shells and blinking smiley faces, according to executive producer Amy Kule.
“If you put all the structurally deficient bridges end to end from New York, you’d end up in Colorado somewhere, according to Steve Davis with the group Transportation for America.
On September 11, 2001, evil and hatred made many people run away from the World Trade Center. Now, and for years to come, love will bring people back… to run.
Police on Sunday continued to search for the hit-and-run driver who killed a recent Cornell University graduate.
A 22-year-old man was struck and killed early Saturday in Chelsea near the Hudson River.
Organizers said the bikers are challenging themselves mentally and physically to raise money to fight the disease that attacks the central nervous system.
Every year, on 9/11, the West Side Highway is transformed into what is, for many, an unexpected cheer zone.
A man with unkempt hair wearing a long shiny overcoat was waving a three-foot sword on the pedestrian path at 41st Street on the West Side Highway, WCBS 880’s Alex Silverman reported.
The medians that divide the West Side Highway are being choked with trash from 59th Street to Battery Park City and the Manhattan Borough President is not happy about it.
It was morning rush hour in New York City, but things came to a dead stop on the West Side Highway for the convenience of a convoy of New Jersey police officers. Why were cops from across the river stopping traffic in New York?
The 8-foot by 10-foot panel posted on the side of a Chelsea gallery features a nude woman partially covered in water, completely exposing her bare chest.
Officials say the woman nearly collided with another car on the Henry Hudson Parkway which caused her to skid off the highway onto a service road at 96th Street and then through a cyclone fence and into the river.
The Anti-Defamation League called the ad “crude and offensive,” and in a press release said it “reinforces anti-Semitic stereotypes.”