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Rockaway Beach »

After Sandy, NYC modified its evacuation procedure and is trying to persuade people to plan to use it.

Briarwood »

The crane snapped on a site at 135th Street and the Union Turnpike around 12:10 p.m., officials said.

Midland Beach »

The city added evacuation signs and one that shows how high the storm surge reached during Sandy.

St. George »

Rep. Dan Donovan will introduce the Terrorist Asset Seizure Reform Act on Monday night.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The winds will batter the city while the rains pass through the area, forecasters said.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Northbound Jay Street, between Tillary and Johnson streets, is back open after closing Monday.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Police think it was sent by the same people responsible for a December email that shut down LA schools.

New York City »

The alert helps the city mobilize salt spreaders and staffers in case snow heads our way.

Upper East Side »

Bricks from a building's facade fell on East 63rd Street Monday, causing days-long street closures.

Rockaway Beach »

The city has started fortifying its coast just in case the storm hits.

Emerson Hill »

Susan E. Wagner High School, Curtis High School, Ralph R. McKee and Concord High School were evacuated.

Williamsburg »

There were no injuries reported for the fire at 5 N 11th Street near Kent Avenue.

Yorkville »

Esposito, who served in the NYPD for 40 years, is now taking over the disaster preparedness agency.

West Village »

Crews were on the scene after a water main broke in the West Village, officials said.

East Harlem »

A ruptured water main temporarily blocked exits from FDR Drive early Monday morning, officials said.