Regional

NY Attorney General Seeks to Dissolve NRA

New York’s attorney general sued the National Rifle Association on Thursday, seeking to put the powerful gun advocacy organization out of business over allegations that high-ranking executives diverted millions of…

Read more »

Brooklyn Man Charged With Sabotage of NYPD Vehicle

A criminal complaint was unsealed Wednesday in federal court in Brooklyn charging Jeremy Trapp, 24, with sabotaging a New York City Police Department van by cutting one of the vehicle’s…

Read more »

MTA Chairman Foye Announces Service Outages

The fierce winds which have downed numerous trees throughout the metropolitan area have caused several outages of MTA trains and Port Authority Bridges. MTA Chairman Foye and CEO Patrick J,…

Read more »

Isaias Soaks New Jersey, Halting Trains and Leaving Outages

Heavy rains and high winds swept across New Jersey on Tuesday as Tropical Storm Isaias roared to the north, leaving behind power outages, suspended train service and reports of tornadoes.…

Read more »

Virus Takes Toll on New Jersey Highway Revenues

The coronavirus pandemic’s far-reaching effects on New Jersey’s finances have begun taking a toll on the New Jersey Turnpike and Garden State Parkway. The New Jersey Turnpike Authority, which oversees…

Read more »

MTA Opens Rebuilt Elevators at 181 St. A Station

MTA New York City Transit announced on Monday the opening of newly rebuilt elevators at the 181 Street A station, restoring convenient access between the station’s lower mezzanine near platform…

Read more »

Murders in New York City Up 59%, Shootings Soar 177%

Shootings and murders continued to skyrocket in New York City last month, as city leaders at odds over the causes of the spike struggle to keep the Big Apple safe.…

Read more »