The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for New York City, Long Island and parts of New Jersey until 7 p.m. Thursday.
Trains are beginning to run closer to schedule again after weather-related problems caused delays for commuters Thursday morning.
As Mother Nature belts the Tri-State Area with snowstorm after snowstorm, some municipalities are draining their budgets to clean up the mess.
Plans to extend the Second Avenue subway line south of Midtown could go off the rails unless the MTA’s funding crisis is solved, according to New York’s transit chief.
Bus riders will see advertisements sponsored by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority starting Monday that say things like “Keep your feet off the seat.”
Gov. Andrew Cuomo is using a new school report as evidence for his call to reform education in New York.
Forecasters are calling for high temperatures in the low to mid 20s Tuesday with the wind chill making it feel more like 10 to 15 degrees.
With temperatures expected to climb into the 40s this weekend before a return to the teens and single digits, the stage is set for the freeze and thaw that often leave roads as lumpy as chowder.
Major grand jury reforms proposed Tuesday by the New York State Appeals Court chief judge include releasing records of closed-door proceedings when nobody is charged.
Getting across an East River bridge between Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens may no longer be free if a group of transit advocates has its way.
Snow will follow bitter cold that brought some record-breaking temperatures to parts of the Tri-State area.
It is the fifth largest lottery jackpot in U.S. history and the third largest Powerball, CBS2’s Andrea Grymes reported.
Skip Vezzetti, Rockland’s superintendent of highways, said this winter seem to be falling in line with recent years, when the county has spent $300,000 to $400,000 for salt and other melting supplies.
The county is looking to install crossing gates with four arms — which make it difficult for drivers to navigate around.
Friends and family will say goodbye to SUV driver Ellen Brody and train passenger Eric Vandercar.