- Masses March Through ManhattanTens Of Thousands Take To New York City Streets For Women's March
- Shutdown Stretches Into SundayLawmakers Spent Much Of Saturday Playing The Blame Game
- 'The Whole House Was Shaking'Four People Hurt When Home Explodes In Gravesend, Brooklyn
- Suspect Sought In The BronxMan Accused Of Fondling Himself In Front Of 11-Year-Old Girl
- Dog Saves The DayPit Bull Named Ruby Alerts Owner To Propane Gas Leak Inside Long Island Home
Four People Hurt When Home Explodes In Gravesend, BrooklynInvestigators are trying to figure out what caused an explosion inside a Brooklyn home Saturday morning, injuring four people.
GOP & Democrats Signal No Sign Of Retreat In First Day Of ShutdownLast-minute negotiations crumbled as Senate Democrats blocked a four-week stopgap extension in a late-night vote, causing the fourth government shutdown in a quarter century.
Tens Of Thousands Take To Streets For Women's March On New York CityIt's just one of an estimated 250 women's marches planned for the weekend around the world.
Man Accused Of Fondling Himself In Front Of 11-Year-Old Girl In The BronxPolice say the suspect followed the victim into her apartment building in the Pelham Bay section of the borough.
Dog Alerts Owner To Propane Gas Leak Inside Long Island HomeRonene Ando says her pit bull Ruby doesn’t bark very often but she wouldn’t stop Thursday night, carrying on for more than an hour.
Woman, 63, Dies After Being Struck By Hit-And-Run Driver In Jersey CityPolice say they are searching for a light or silver-colored, older model, four-door sedan.
Firefighters Hurt Battling Queens BlazeThree firefighters were hurt battling a fire Saturday afternoon on Santiago Street in Queens.
Suspects Sought In Queens Robbery SpreePolice in Queens are trying to track down two masked men believed to be responsible for a string of robberies.
NYPD Det. Remembered On LIFamily and friends gathered Saturday at the First Baptist Church in Bay Shore to remember Det. Tommy Merriweather on the fifth anniversary of his death. Merriweather sifted through World Trade Center rubble searching for human remains and later developed cancer as a result and died of the disease.
Man Accused Of Fondling Himself In Front Of GirlPolice are trying to track down a man they say followed an 11-year-old girl into her apartment building and fondled himself in front of her.
Congressman Removed From Ethics CommitteeCongressman Patrick Meehan has been removed from the House Ethics Committee following reports that he used taxpayer money to settle a sexual harassment claim against him level by a former aide.
4 Hurt When Brooklyn Home ExplodesInvestigators are trying to figure out what caused an explosion inside a Brooklyn home Saturday morning, injuring four people. CBS2's Erin Logan reports from Gravesend.
Pulock Leads Islanders To Big Win Over BlackhawksRyan Pulock had a goal and a career-high four assists, Anthony Beauvillier scored two power-play goals and the New York Islanders beat the slumping Chicago Blackhawks 7-3 on Saturday night.
Red-Hot Avalanche Roll Past RangersThe Avalanche have won eight straight at home and haven't lost since Arizona beat them on Dec. 27.
Konecny Leads Flyers Past Devils 3-1 With Goal, AssistJesper Bratt scored for New Jersey, which called on goalie Ken Appleby for his NHL debut after Keith Kinkaid was injured in the first period.
Hardaway Drops 31 In Return To Starting Lineup As Knicks Top JazzTim Hardaway Jr. had his best game Friday night since returning from a leg injury that sidelined him for more than a month.
Olympian Aly Raisman To Larry Nassar: 'You Should Have Been Locked Up A Long, Long Time Ago'Olympic gold medalist Aly Raisman on Friday confronted her former doctor who has pleaded guilty to multiple sexual assaults, warning him that the testimony of the "powerful army" of 140 survivors at his sentencing will haunt him in prison.
Carroll Leads The Way With 26 As Nets Snap Skid With Win Over HeatDeMarre Carroll scored 26 points, Spencer Dinwiddie had 15 and the Brooklyn Nets beat the Miami Heat 101-95 on Friday night.
Scammers Pretend To Be Firefighters In West CaldwellScammers are soliciting donations purportedly to benefit the West Caldwell Fire Department. The department never solicits for donations over the phone, however. Marc Liverman reports.
Mid-Afternoon News UpdateCBS2's Dana Tyler has the latest news on Larry Nassar's victim statements about his abuse as a USA Gymnastics team doctor, an update on the proposes $11.52 congestion pricing plan, another violent incident at New Rochelle High School and more.
Young GIrl Thwarts Would-Be Package ThievesA clever young girl spotted some would-be package thieves in Wayne, N.J. Meg Baker reports.
Thief Targets Tip Jars On Staten IslandA thief has been stealing tip jars on Staten Island, and police want your help finding her. Cindy Hsu reports.
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Best Things To Do This Weekend In NY: Jan 20 And 21Our picks for the best in eating, drinking, and merrymaking.
Welsh Cuisine Arrives In BrooklynCBS2's Elle McLogan tastes a neon kelp cocktail and seaweed-flavored funnel cake at Sunken Hundred.
Boomer & Gio Podcast & MOTD: Jan. 19, 2018During Friday's highly anticipated "Moment of the Day," we got an idea of what happens when Al Dukes tries to discipline Boomer.
Boomer & Gio: NFL Championship Sunday Picks-Picks-Picks (Against The Spread)Finally on Friday the guys got to the wildly popular segment of the program where Boomer and Gio offered up their “award-winning” NFL Picks-Picks-Picks against the spread for Championship Sunday.
Boomer & Gio: Tony Romo Calls In To Talk AFC Championship GameBoomer and Gregg were thrilled to hear from Tony Romo on Friday morning.
LISTEN: Jeff Hostetler Discusses Winning Super Bowl With Giants, Waiting Years In Simms' Shadow"The Afternoon Drive With Carlin, Bart & Maggie" took a stroll down memory lane with ex-Giants quarterback Jeff Hostetler.
Nets GM Marks On WFAN: D'Angelo Russell Could Return From Knee Injury SoonThe third-year guard, acquired in a trade with the Lakers in June, has been out since injuring his left knee against the Utah Jazz on Nov. 11. He underwent arthroscopic surgery about a week later.
Yankees' Cashman On WFAN: Next Move Could Be Last Of OffseasonBelieving he might only have enough money to make one more significant move this offseason, Yankees general manager Brian Cashman says he's been wrestling with whether to acquire a starting pitcher or an infielder.