- Good Samaritans Save Woman From Fiery WreckOfficials Say Long Island Man Used Baseball Bat To Help Rescue Woman On Taconic
- Students Stage Walk Outs, Die-InsProtests In NYC, Nationwide Mark Anniversary Of Columbine Massacre
- 'Smallville' Actor Faces Sex Trafficking ChargesAllison Mack Could Get Life In Prison If Convicted
- Judge Nixes Suit To Stop Cop Killer's ParolePolice, Advocates Filed Lawsuit To Stop Parole Of Herman Bell, Who Killed 2 Cops
- EDM Pioneer Avicii Dead At 28Tim Bergling Found Dead In Oman
Wanaque Police On A Quest To Reunite Military Medal With WWI Veteran’s FamilyHow far would you go to return a military medal? One New Jersey town’s police department is stopping at nothing.
Barnard College Split Over Vote To Divest From Companies That Do Business With IsraelA national movement targeting bottom lines of companies tied to Israel is now pitting students against students at the women’s school affiliated with Columbia University.
New Bill Aims To Reduce Water Pollution By Restricting High-Nitrogen Fertilizers On LIThe new legislation aims to reduce water pollution on Long Island by restricting the sale and use of high nitrogen water soluble fertilizers in both Nassau and Suffolk counties.
North Korea To Suspend Nuclear Tests, State News ReportsThe North's official Korean Central News Agency said the country is making the move to shift its national focus and improve its economy.
Exclusive: Wrongfully Convicted Marty Tankleff Says $10M Settlement Doesn’t Make Up For ‘Everything That I’ve Lost In Life’A $10 million settlement has been announced for a Suffolk County man who spent nearly 20 years in prison after being wrongly convicted of killing his parents.
'Smallville' Actor Allison Mack, Alleged 'NXIVM' Cult Founder Keith Raniere Indicted For Sex Trafficking, Forced Labor ConspiracyRaniere, 57. was the leader of a secretive group accused of coercing female followers into having sex and getting branded with his initials.
East Village Woman Says Dog Sicked By PotThere’s a warning for pet owners in the East Village after one woman says her dog was sickened by consuming the remains of marijuana cigarettes left on the sidewalk – and it’s happened more than once.
Railroad Crossing Study OverdueThere are calls urging the New York State Department of Transportation to complete the comprehensive study of highway railroad grade crossings required by law.
Syracuse Frat Apologizes For Offensive VideoTheta Tau leaders say the students were taking part in a satirical sketch depicting an uneducated, intolerant person.
LI Students Create Garden Of PeaceWhile hundreds of Manhattan students held a walkout in Washington Square Park on Friday to push for gun reform, teens at one Long Island high school walked in, joining forces to create a Garden of Peace in honor of shooting victims. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
Teen Sexually Assaulted Inside Park BathroomNeighbors are shaken after an 18-year-old woman says a man dragged her into a bathroom in a Brooklyn park and sexually assaulted her. Police are trying to find the man. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reports.
Prosecutors Recommend Charges In Garner DeathFederal civil rights prosecutors have recommended charging NYPD Officer Daniel Pantaleo in the 2014 choke-hold death of Eric Garner. It's unclear if the Department of Justice will proceed with the case.
Update: Dog Keeps Getting Sick Eating Marijuana Off East Village SidewalksA woman living in the East Village of New York City is warning others after her dog ate marijuana off the sidewalk on five separate occasions, getting dangerously sick. CBS2's John Dias reports.
Update: New Jersey Town To Spend Even More $$$ On Hated RenovationMillburn's $8.2 million revitalization of downtown is so unpopular, the New Jersey town is looking to rip up its new raised sidewalks and redo them. CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
Starting June 27, Central Park To Be Car-FreeMayor Bill de Blasio's ban on automobiles driving through Central Park will not apply to the four main transverse roads connecting the east and west sides. CBS2's Reena Roy reports.
CBS2 News Update: April 20, 2018Chris Wragge and John Elliott have the latest news and weather updates from CBS2.
Yankees Pull Off Close Win Over Blue JaysDavid Robertson went wild and loaded the bases in the eighth inning, and the Yankees weren't all that concerned.
Wisler Leads Braves To Big Win Over MetsMatt Wisler pitched like he was making a bid to stay in Atlanta for longer than just a fill-in start.
'Got Your Back!': New York Yankees Respond To 10-Year-Old Girl's Emotional Appeal To Stop BullyingA Pennsylvania girl's emotional plea to stop bullying has caught the attention of the New York Yankees.
Lightning Take 3-1 Lead Over Devils, Kucherov Leads The WayTampa Bay can wrap up the best-of-seven series in Game 5 at home on Saturday.
Cespedes Grand Slam Highlights 9-Run 8th Inning As Mets Top NationalsShut down by Tanner Roark for seven innings, the first-place Mets broke loose in the eighth and improved to 13-4 with a stirring victory against their NL East rivals.
Saquon Barkley's Camp Denies Running Back Mulling 'Pulling An Eli' In Upcoming DraftIt's draft season which means we're reading too deeply into things that top prospects say about their potential future employers.
Best Things To Do This Weekend In NY: April 21 And 22Among the fun to be had around town this weekend are a huge dance party, a chance to stop and smell the orchids, and a sneak peek at what's hot in the art world.
Best Shared Workspaces In NYIn an age where more people are working remotely, there are a ton of options when it comes to co-working spaces.
Best Art Museums In The SouthwestMany of America's best art museums can be found in the American Southwest.