Some Commuters Upset MTA Bus Schedule Is Going PaperlessIt's out with the old and in with the smartphone for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, which is looking to modernize bus stops.
NJ TRANSIT To Publicly Release Monthly Performance Metrics Under Gov. Murphy's New PlanState Sen. Loretta Weinberg says she and the legislature will mark the agency's report card.
N.J. School District Decides Against Putting Fifth Graders In Classroom TrailersA messy situation got cleaned up in a hurry after CBS2 aired a story about trailers used as classrooms in one Monmouth County school district.
Suffolk County Legislators Debating Whether Teleconferencing Should Be Allowed During VotesTeleconferencing is the way of the world. No longer must you physically be in a meeting to weigh in. But should elected officials have that same ability?
Westchester County Town Gets Creative, Sees Results In Battle Against Empty StorefrontsYou've probably seen the eyesores and vacancies in your own neighborhoods. For years, small suburban villages have struggled to fill empty storefronts in the age of online shopping.
When Should You Let Your Child Get A Smartphone? New Pledge Helps Set A BenchmarkThousands of parents all over the country are taking a pledge to wait to give their child a smartphone.
Governor Asking New Yorkers To Vote On State's New License Plate DesignWhat should the next New York State license plates look like? Gov. Andrew Cuomo wants to know from you.
Proud Boys Convicted Of Attempted Assault Following NYC Street Brawl With Antifa ActivistsTwo members of the Proud Boys have been found guilty of charges stemming from street violence between their far-right group and anti-fascist activists recorded in Manhattan's Upper East Side in October 2018.
Expert Talks On Termination Of Officer Daniel Pantaleo From NYPDJohn Jay College of Criminal Justice expert Henry Smart III shares insight on Daniel Pantaleo's firing from the NYPD following Eric Garner's death following an attempted arrest in 2014.
NYPD Gun Bust Seizes Cache Of 33 Firearms In BrooklynPolice seized a cache of 33 firearms and one fake weapon, leading to the arrest of three people after a gun bust in Brooklyn.
Police: Man Fatally Falls From 6th Floor Building, Wife Found Stabbed To Death In ApartmentPolice say a man fell or jumped to his death from a Manhattan apartment building Sunday night, leaving behind the body of his wife who was dead from multiple stab wounds.
The Name Is Jonus, Joe Jonus: Singer Celebrates 30th Birthday In James Bond Style In NYCJoe Jonas had a lavish James Bond-themed 30th birthday party at Cipriani Wall Street.
Report: Judge Says NYPD Officer In Eric Garner Choke-Hold Death Wasn't Truthful During QuestioningIn a 46-page opinion obtained by the New York Times, the NYPD's administrative judge said Officer Daniel Pantaleo's definition of a choke-hold during questioning was "implausible and self-serving."
Gun Control Rallies Held In NYC, Across U.S. As Pressure On Senate Majority Leader McConnell Ramps UpThe fight for gun control grew louder Sunday across the country. Rallies demanding change were held in the wake of back-to-back mass shootings earlier this month.
NYPD Officers Rescue Woman Who Jumped Into Hudson RiverIn the choppy water just off Pier 62 near West 23rd Street, police rescued a 33-year-old woman who appeared to be struggling.