City Council Passes Bill Calling For More Barricades To Protect PedestriansThe city council has passed a bill to install more barricades to protect pedestrians.
Trump: 'There's Blame On Both Sides' Of Charlottesville ViolencePresident Donald Trump planned to focus on infrastructure Tuesday as he continues his working vacation in New York City, but he faced more fallout over his response to the violence in Virginia.
Residents Worry Rooftop Bar Could Turn Williamsburg Block Into A UrinalSome Williamsburg residents worry a boutique hotel could turn their neighborhood into a urinal if a rooftop bar is approved.
NYPD: Queens Robbery Suspect Knocked Victims Unconscious Before Stealing Their BelongingsIn each case, police say he hits the victim in the face or head either with a blunt object or a closed fist.
Straphangers Excited To Ride ‘Clean, Beautiful’ Second Avenue SubwayThe long-awaited Second Avenue Subway is now open to the public, and Q trains have started making stops at three new stations.
Police Officer Accused Of Gunning Down His Wife In Asbury Park Pleads Not GuiltyNeptune Sgt. Phillip Seidle is accused of running his ex-wife Tammy off the road Tuesday and then shooting her at point blank range with his service revolver in Asbury Park.
Rally Held Outside City Council Hearing On Extending, Strengthening Rent RegulationsCity Councilman Jumaane Williams and other advocates argue with 60,000 people in city shelters right now, that number will spike if rent protections are not strengthened.
Report: More Than 7,000 Metro-North Defects Found Over 10 YearsInspectors last year found broken joint bars and loose or missing rail braces that hold tracks to the ties in Bridgeport, Norwalk, New Haven and Stamford.
Area Airports Will Take Days To Get Back To NormalWhen it snows that fast, it wreaks havoc on travel, and especially on air travel. Runways at John F. Kennedy Airport were still covered in snow on Monday evening, much of still blowing around.
Schumer: If You're Going To Travel, You Must CooperateAs the controversy over new full-body scanners at airports heats up, elected officials in the Tri-State Area and Washington D.C. are weighing in and speaking out.