4.1-Magnitude Earthquake Strikes In Delaware, Felt In New YorkA 4.1-magnitude earthquake struck in Delaware Thursday afternoon, and there were reports that it was felt in New York City.
Think Tank Proposes End To 24-Hour Subway Service To Speed RepairsThe Regional Plan Association's fourth regional plan says that ending overnight weekday subway service and offering shuttle buses instead would help fast track repairs in the aging transportation system.
Christmas Tree Prices Rise Amid Post-Recession ScarcityNearly a decade after the recession began, Christmas tree aficionados are feeling the pinch.
Police: Man Charged In Deadly Stabbing Of Staten Island Grandmother Has 34 Prior ArrestsPolice say 63-year-old Geetha Howie was killed Monday afternoon just steps from her own home.
Carroll Park Rat Problem Has Been Gnawing At Visitors For Over A DecadeKids aren't the only ones climbing all over the equipment in a Brooklyn playground, parents say Carroll Park is swarming with rats.
Millions Hitting The Roads, Skies And Rails For Thanksgiving Holiday WeekendAccording to AAA, 50.9 million Americans will travel 50 miles or more away from home for Thanksgiving.
Not So E-ZPass: Drivers Rack Up Fines At Cashless Tolls Due To Credit Cards Not Being RecognizedCountless drivers are reporting that ever since cashless tolling took effect at Metropolitan Transportation Authority bridges and tunnels, they have gotten hit with a mountain of fines.
Riders Alliance Urges Straphangers To Tweet Cuomo About Frustrating DelaysRiders Alliance members will be distributing 'subway delay action kits' to commuters whenever trains are stuck or delayed.
Upper West Side Bartender Receives Massive Tip In Apparent Return Of 'Tips For Jesus' MovementAn Upper West Side bartender thought a generous tip was too good to be true, but it wasn't.
‘I’m Gonna Kill You:’ Harrison Woman Recalls Violent Home InvasionOne minute she was vacuuming, the next a stranger had a gun to her head.
Some Question Use Of Deadly Force After Bronx Stabbing Suspect Is Shot Dead By PoliceAn investigation is ongoing after police fatally shot a man who they said had stabbed two female security guards at a homeless facility in the Bronx.
Giants Lose To 49ers In Historically Bad MatchupThe San Francisco 49ers had their first win of the season with a victory over the New York Giants on Sunday.
De Blasio Wins Second Term As New York City MayorMayor Bill de Blasio was projected as the winner Tuesday night for a second term as the chief executive of New York City.
Don't Feed Wildlife In NYC, City Reminds PublicNew York City is not just home to people – according to city officials, hundreds of species of wild animals also call the Big Apple home.
Lower Manhattan Terror Attack Prompts Suburban Security ChangesSecurity barriers have been going up around the city in response to Tuesday's terror attack.