Student In Custody After Alleged Threat At Dumont High SchoolA New Jersey high school student was taken into custody after a reported social media threat that prompted a lockdown and a SWAT team response.
New York Appeals Court: Workers Cannot Be Fired For Being GayA New York federal appeals court ruled Monday that people cannot be fired for being gay.
Cars Separate From High-Speed Amtrak Acela Train In MarylandTwo cars separated from a high-speed Acela Express train in Maryland Tuesday morning, Amtrak officials said.
WCBS 880’s Alex Silverman Named Assistant Director Of News And ProgrammingIn his new role, Silverman will help manage the day-to-day news coverage for the station, its website and social media channels – in addition to his current reporting and anchoring responsibilities.
Defense For West Side Terror Suspect Offers Guilty Plea In Exchange For Sparing His LifeTwo and a half months after the deadly Halloween truck terror incident on the West Side, a letter filed by the defendant’s attorneys has made an offer.
DOT Proposes Installing Protected Bike Lanes In Midtown, ManhattanAfter an increase in cyclist deaths in New York City, the Department of Transportation wants to put protected bike lanes in Midtown.
System Flaw Renders Dozens of Subway Countdown Clocks Useless For Many RidersThe MTA has installed countdown clocks at every subway station in New York, but at dozens of stations across the system, an apparent flaw in the system renders them, for the time being, nearly useless.
Cuomo Includes Tax Overhaul Ideas, Congestion Pricing In State Budget ProposalGov. Andrew Cuomo is vowing to fight back against Washington Republicans with a state budget proposal that lays out spending on schools and mass transit while also confronting greater uncertainty in federal funding.
Port Authority Pipe Bombing Suspect Akayed Ullah Pleads Not GuiltyA Bangladeshi immigrant charged in a failed pipe bombing attempt in a tunnel near Port Authority pleaded not guilty Thursday afternoon.
Massive Protest Erupts, 2 City Councilmen Arrested, As ICE Detains Prominent Immigration ActivistThe detention of a prominent immigration activist sparked a large protest in Lower Manhattan that ended with the arrest of two City Council members Thursday.
Famed Washington Heights Restaurant Closing Over Rising RentAn iconic bar and restaurant that has been a part of the landscape in Washington Heights for more than 30 years will have to shutter in the spring due to rising rent.
DNA Ties Convicted Rapist To 1994 Prospect Park Cold CaseA 27-year-old woman was walking through Prospect Park on an April evening when she was dragged into the bushes and raped.
At Least 15 Injured In Condo Building Fire In Washington HeightsAt least 15 people were injured in an extra-alarm fire in Washington Heights Monday.
New York's Salvadoran Families Fear TPS Roll Back Will Tear Them ApartThe Trump administration has revoked protected status for 200,000 immigrants from El Salvador, which means they could be deported if they don't leave on their own.
De Blasio Declares Winter Weather Emergency For NYC As Snowstorm Clobbers AreaNew York City officials urged people to stay off the roads Thursday, as a massive snowstorm pounded the area, but the snow still caused plenty of trouble.