Christie Criticized For Post-Blizzard 'Mop' Response, Apologizes To Wildwood Mayor For 'Crazy' CommentGov. Chris Christie is apologizing to a New Jersey official for comments he made while firing back at critics over the way he handled the winter storm over the weekend.
Yonkers DPW Chief Pleads For Patience As Snowplows Work To Clear Side StreetsThere's improvement but work still needs to be done in Yonkers, where main roads are down to blacktop, secondary streets are slushy and some of the narrow, winding dead ends are still snowbound.
Full LIRR Service Restored Following Cleanup From Massive StormOfficials said workers have cleared the remaining branches that had been suspended.
System-Wide LIRR Service To Be Restored For Morning RushThe LIRR now says service is resuming on the Oyster Bay, Port Jefferson, Ronkonkoma, Huntington, Babylon and Greenport branches.
CBS2 Demands Answers: Lack Of Plowed Streets Sparks Frustration In Queens, The BronxA desperate plea for plows continues from residents of Queens and the Bronx Monday morning after being clobbered by a major winter storm over the weekend.
Jersey Shore Flooding Brings Back Memories Of SandyMajor highways are clear in New Jersey following the massive storm that clobbered the state, but many schools are closed Monday because snow remains a problem on local roads.
Local Leaders: Mayor De Blasio Should Have Delayed Or Canceled School On MondayNew York City schools will be open for classes as usual Monday, but some lawmakers and other officials called said schools should be closed or delayed given the conditions after the weekend blizzard.
New Jersey Digging Out, Cleaning Up After Powerful Winter StormNew Jersey is digging out and cleaning up after a massive blizzard dumped more than two feet of snow on parts of the state and caused flooding along the Jersey shore.
Some Bronx, Queens, Staten Island Residents Say Plows Neglected ThemStreets around the outer boroughs in New York City were still covered with thick snow Sunday.
Much Of LIRR, Remaining Subways To Resume Monday; Metro-North, NJ TRANSIT Customers Face SnagsSome NJ TRANSIT and Metro-North Railroad customers were thrown off by delays and cancellations as service resumed Sunday, while the Long Island Rail Road remained out of service.
City Calls For Additional Workers To Help Clean Up After BlizzardNew York City officials late Sunday were summoning additional emergency workers to help clean up after the snowstorm.
NJ Mom, Toddler Die From Carbon Monoxide After Car Tailpipe Covered By SnowPolice also say the woman's 3-year-old daughter is hospitalized in "very critical condition."
New York City Digs Out After Near-Record SnowstormNew York City residents are digging out of the snow Sunday after a mammoth blizzard.
Long Island Buried Under More Than 2 Feet Of Snow In Some SpotsResidents across Long Island will be spending the day Sunday digging out after a massive winter storm dumped more than two feet of snow in some spots.
NYC And Long Island Roads, Hudson River Crossings Back In BusinessOfficials lifted a rare ban on all road travel in New York City and Long Island.