SLEEPY HOLLOW, N.Y. (AP) - A dump of partially treated sewage has ended, and officials have declared the Hudson River safe for swimmers. That includes the athletes in Saturday's Ironman race off Manhattan, part of a New York-New Jersey triathlon. Organizers say the 2.4-mile race will go on as scheduled.... more »
HARRISON, N.J. (AP) - The plane that splash-landed in the Hudson River in 2009, making a national hero of pilot Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger, is getting a final once-over before it makes its last journey.
The US Airways jet has spent more than two years in the J. Supor and... more »
A federal safety panel says an air traffic controller who was engaged in a personal phone call was partly responsible for a midair collision last year over the Hudson River between a tour helicopter and a small plane.
The crash on Aug. 8, 2009, killed nine people.
The... more »
Police say the wife of Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has been charged with driving under the influence of drugs in New York's Hudson Valley.
The arrest comes one month after Mary Kennedy's license was suspended following her guilty plea to driving while impaired by alcohol.
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Workers excavating at the World Trade Center site have unearthed the 32-foot-long hull of a ship likely buried in the 18th century.
Archeologists say the vessel probably was used along with other debris to fill in land to extend lower Manhattan into the Hudson River. Archeologists Molly McDonald and... more »
Captain Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger, who piloted a US Airways flight during its emergency water landing on the Hudson River in January of last year, is retiring Wednesday. Sullenberger, 59, joined US Airways' predecessor airline in 1980. Flight attendant Doreen Welsh, who was also on Flight 1549 when it landed in... more »
A federal safety official says the pilot of a plane involved in a mid-air collision over the Hudson River read back the wrong radio frequency to an air traffic controller but wasn't corrected. Nine people were killed in the Aug. 8 crash between the single-engine Piper and an air tour... more »