NYC May Miss Deadline To Install GPS On All School BusesIt looks like the city's Department of Education is going to miss the bus on a crucial deadline.
Blockchain Technology Makes Buying Concert Tickets Cheaper, And May End Robots Buying In BulkThere’s always the looming risk of identity fraud and scalpers, but some companies say a newer, cheaper and more secure way of buying tickets is taking off.
Playing On Behalf Of State Troopers, Elizabeth, N.J. Ready To Take On The Best At Little League World SeriesA local youth baseball team is ready to go up against the best -- in the Little League World Series.
Demanding Answers: Long Islanders Stuck Without New Gas Hookups While National Grid Seeks Pipeline ExtensionThe state Department of Public Service is expanding an investigation into National Grid, vowing to force the power company to meet its obligations to its customers.
Brooklyn Mosque Robbed Of $2,000 Meant To Support Sunday's Celebration Of Eid Al-AdhaA Brooklyn mosque that prides itself on giving back was recently burglarized -- and it was all caught on camera.
MTA Train Operator Hailed As Hero For Stopping Train Just Feet From Woman On TracksA witness took pictures and wrote on Twitter "Literally just watched a woman try to end her life and he helped her up and was kind and gentle as one could be in that situation." 
Some 1 Train Riders Are Getting Charged To Ride Twice Due To Snafu Involving Ongoing Track WorkMetropolitan Transportation Authority subway riders on the 1 train said they are being charged twice when the agency forces them to take a shuttle bus between stops due to ongoing track work.
DEP: Spike In Whale Sightings Near NYC Due In Part To Dramatic Increase In Water QualityIf you think there are more whales in our area, you're not alone.
NJ TRANSIT Intentionally Turned Off Air Conditioning During Heat Wave, Commuters' Tempers Reaching A Boiling PointCBS2 asked NJ TRANSIT for an on-camera interview. A spokesperson declined both times but defended the agency's handling of the situation by deflecting questions to two tweets.
Teen Nearly Killed By Falling Debris In MTA Subway Station, Considering LawsuitIt happened around 10 a.m. Monday while the 18-year-old was waiting for the B-train at the Dekalb Avenue station in Brooklyn.
Taxi And Limousine Commission Holds Hearing On Rideshare Service RulesThe rules are tied to Mayor Bill de Blasio's congestion pricing plan to limit the number of cars on city street.