Street Safety Rally Pushes New Laws For Cyclists Promising Better Bike Lanes, Limits On Commercial Waste HaulersThe bills would create more protected bike lanes, regulate where commercial waste haulers can travel and target the city's most dangerous drivers.
Woman Has Chain Snatched Off Her Neck While Sitting At Light In Broad Daylight In ManhattanThe 79-year-old Queens woman described the moments captured on video when the man reaches into her open car window and snatches a diamond necklace right off her neck.
NYC School Bus Drops Autistic 5-Year-Old Off At Wrong School, Officials Just Marked Him 'Absent'"They said no he didn’t show up they have him marked as absent. I said absent? He was on the bus this morning,” the boy's father, Peter Hionas said.
Revamped Avenel Station To Offer Increased NJ TRANSIT ServiceThe schedule has expanded to include weekend trains for the first time in over 30 years.
Skateboarders Win 'Turf War' With NYC, Parks Department Will Not Cover Over Tompkins Square ParkOver 30,000 of them joined a petition and it worked.
West Indian American Day Parade, J'Ouvert Festival Celebrate Caribbean CultureThis year’s West Indian Day Parade is expected to draw two million spectators to Brooklyn. The festivities kicked off around 6 a.m. with the annual J’Ouvert festival.
Is It Too Early To Get The Flu Shot? Local Experts Say NoAs kids get ready to head back to school soon, it also means that flu season is not too far off.
Everyone Lost Their Cool Over Government's New Hot New Thermostat RecommendationsEnergy Star has announced new thermostat setting recommendations to save energy, and it’s generated serious heat on social media.
Staten Island Man's Calls To Relocate Hornets' Nest On City Tree Go UnansweredHundreds of hornets have set up shop feet from a Staten Island man's front stoop.
Police: Armed Men Wearing Masks Threaten Couple Inside Maplewood HomePolice are investigating a home invasion that happened overnight in Maplewood, New Jersey.
New York Lawmaker Urging Long Island Residents To Fight Another Rate Hike Attempt From National Grid“Utilities are always asking for more, more, more and I think New Yorkers are fed up,” Sen. Todd Kaminsky said.