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TSA: Expect Longer Airport Lines This Summer

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork)– The Transportation Security Administration is already warning travelers that if you’re flying this summer, expect longer lines than the ones you see now. 211 more words


Wee-lief! Dogs get airport bathrooms of their own

NEW YORK (AP) — Little Simba couldn’t wait to check it out.

The toy poodle was among the first to try a special bathroom just for animals at New York’s John F. 459 more words


TSA: Loaded Gun Found In Connecticut Man's Bag At LaGuardia Airport

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A Connecticut man was arrested after allegedly attempting to bring a loaded gun onto a plane at LaGuardia Airport.

According to officials, the Port Authority police officers made the arrest after a .38 caliber handgun was found  in the suspect’s laptop bag during a Transportation Security Administration airport security check on April 28. 49 more words


Jackson's Mill Pond, Queens

Throughout the past four centuries in New York, when there wasn’t enough land available for development, land reclamation extended the city’s shoreline often for ports that connected the city with the world. 965 more words


Plane Forced To Land After Bird Hits, Cracks Windshield

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – Officials say a plane flying from New York to Tennessee made an emergency landing in West Virginia after striking a bird. 129 more words


Calcium Lime Drips Onto Cars At LaGuardia Garage, Infuriates Owners

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Conditions at a parking garage at LaGuardia Airport have been causing headaches for drivers.

As CBS2’s Ilana Gold reported, people getting back from trips are finding damage to their cars. 371 more words


Port Authority Executive Director Responds to Observer Editorial

This week, the New York Observer ran an editorial praising the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey for approving a variety of much-needed infrastructure projects but also calling on the agency to get serious about cost controls; to that end we recommended a “construction czar.” The agency’s Executive Director, Patrick Foye, got in touch with his reaction to our editorial.  281 more words