Snowstorms Leave Holiday Travelers Stranded At Airports Across Tri-State, U.S.Some flights were delayed, while others were canceled altogether, stranding many holiday travelers heading back home after Thanksgiving.
Thousands Without Power In New Jersey As Snowfall Leads To Downed WiresSnow fell steadily in New Jersey on Monday, and state offices and schools closed early to allow many people to get home safely.
Black Friday Bargain Hunters Kick Start Shortened Holiday Shopping SeasonThe National Retail Federation expects Black Friday will again be the busiest in-store shopping day of the year, estimating 114.6 million Americans will participate.
Thanksgiving Travel: Millions Expected To Pack Area Roads, AirportsAAA predicts 55 million people will travel more than 50 miles for Thanksgiving.
4 Men Treated For Stab Wounds, Taken Into Custody After Bloody Midtown BrawlIt’s unclear what prompted the fight, but police said it was not random and the suspects knew each other.
Livingston Public Schools Hacked With Ransomware, Classes DelayedA New Jersey public school district is working to restore its computer system following a cyber attack.
3 Squatters Killed When Suspicious Fire Rips Through Abandoned Queens HomeThe fire has been put out, but questions remain about what caused the blaze and what exactly killed the victims.
1 Man Dead, Another Wounded After Shooting At Tobacco Shop In The BronxPolice said the victims were shot around 11:15 p.m. Wednesday inside the King of New York tobacco shop on East 167th Street near Sheridan Avenue in the Concourse section.
Families Displaced, Officers Treated For Smoke Inhalation After Fire At Bronx Apartment BuildingTenants scrambled to escape as the flames spread. Two were hurt – one taken to the hospital in serious but non-life-threatening condition.
Correction Officers Plead Not Guilty To Charges Of Falsifying Records In Jeffrey Epstein’s Jail SuicideThe guards were previously placed on leave after allegedly submitting false reports that they were checking Epstein.
Michael Bloomberg Apologizes For Controversial Stop-And-Frisk Policy, But Some Question SincerityHe previously said the policy took guns off the streets and made the city safer. Now, he’s walking back those beliefs.