- Trump Heads To LI To Talk MS-13President Expected To Address Immigration, Efforts To Eradicate Notorious Gang
- Subway Revitalization Plan To Be AnnouncedReports Say 10-Year Plan To Improve Signals Could Cost $37 Billion
- Fleet Week Kicks Off In NYCParade Of Ships Gets Underway Later This Morning
- Straight To The BooneSkipper Tossed As Yankees Fall To Struggling Rangers
- Lefty Spoils Joey Bats' DebutSmith Pitches Marlins Over Mets In Bautista's First Game With New York
Police: Two Women Injured While Fighting Off Armed Robber In The BronxIt happened Tuesday afternoon on Martha Avenue in the Woodlawn section.
NYC Council To Introduce Bill Banning Plastic StrawsThe ban, which would also include plastic coffee stirrers, comes as cities across the country are taking similar measures to cut down on plastic waste.
Fleet Week Gets Underway As Ships Arrive In NYCMore than 2,300 sailors, Marines and Coast Guard members will take part this year.
President Trump Travels To Long Island To Discuss MS-13 GangThe president is expected to reiterate the urgency of eradicating MS-13, believed to be responsible for at least 25 murders on Long Island in the last two years.
Subway Revitalization Plan Expected To Be AnnouncedThe decade-long strategy reportedly hopes to improve outdated signals and GPS technology.
Grilling Options Heating Up For Summer HolidaysTrattoria Dell'Arte's Brandon Fay shows off grilled halibut steak with white bean avocado salsa and Italian vegetable nachos.
Must-See Movies For Summer 2018People are flocking to movie theaters in record numbers. So what’s expected this summer? CBS2’s Alex Denis reports on the potential blockbusters.
Summer Books 2018: What To Read When You're Hitting The BeachFor many, summertime swelter signals the perfect time to pick up a good book - a good beach read - and escape reality.
What Does Mom Really Want This Mother’s Day?With Mother’s Day rapidly approaching, CBS2’s Elise Finch asked moms of all ages in the city and the suburbs what they want on Sunday.
May Best Buys: Jewelry, Appliances, Outdoor Gear And MoreFrom Mother's Day to Memorial Day, May is packed with some deep retail discounts for the entire family.
Spring Sizzle: People Admit To Playing Hooky From Work, School To Enjoy Warm WeatherMany people said they earned it after the cold, wet days they endured in April.
Police: Two Women Injured While Fighting Off Armed RobberPolice say two women in their mid-70s were injured after trying to fight off an armed robber in the Bronx.
NYC Council To Introduce Bill Banning StrawsThe New York City Council is set to introduce a bill banning the use of plastic straws.
Bear In Connecticut Gets Trapped Inside CarA black bear tore apart a car after being trapped inside.
Fleet Week Gets Underway As Ships Arrive In NYCFleet Week kicks off Wednesday in New York City as Navy and Coast Guard ships in Manhattan.
Trump Travels To Long Island To Talk MS-13President Donald Trump is heading to Long Island Wednesday, where he's expected to address immigration and efforts to eliminate the notorious MS-13 gang. CBS2's Janelle Burrell reports.
Subway Revitalization Plan Set To Be AnnouncedThe MTA is set to announce a reported ten-year plan to help end the nightmare commute on the subway. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Study: Most Pet Owners Oblivious To Dangers Posed From Tick-Borne DiseasesDespite Lyme and other tick-borne diseases being on the rise, a new study found that pet owners are alarmingly unaware of the dangers of the pests. CBS2's Dana Tyler reports.
NYC Installs Kiosks In Parks To Combat Needle DumpingJunkies have been dumping 5,000 needles a week in public parks. The city's solution is to install kiosks hoping the needles will be deposited in them instead. CBS2's Marcia Kramer reports
Residents Angered Over Rockaway Beach ClosureThe unofficial start of summer is this weekend and a popular stretch of Rockaway Beach will be closed not only this weekend, but for the entire summer. Local residents are not happy about it. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports
Toms River Taking On "Zombie Homes"Tired of the complaints from residents, Toms River, New Jersey is now getting proactive in the battle against "zombie homes." CBS2's Meg Baker explains
Father "Haunted" By Daughter's Death In MamaroneckThe father of Gabriella Boyd, the 2-year-old who died in her mother's care back in late April in Mamaroneck, said he is "haunted" by what happened. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports
Smith Pitches Marlins Over Mets In Bautista's DebutA few more starts like this and Caleb Smith might start getting a lot more attention.
Skipper Aaron Boon Tossed As Yankees Fall To Struggling RangersThe Yankees' Boone got his first ejection as a big league manager for apparently arguing balls and strikes while Gary Sanchez was batting in the sixth.
Plaque Of Brandi Chastain Ripped On Social Media: 'They Nailed Mickey Rooney'On Twitter, fans compared the likeness to former President Jimmy Carter or actor Gary Busey.
Best Memorial Day Walks, Runs And Parades In New YorkWhether you are a New Yorker or not, Memorial Day is a great day to experience the city and to partake in some of the special events.
NYT Best-Seller “Manhattan Beach” Wins 2018 One Book, One New York CompetitionNew Yorkers have selected the book they want the whole city to read: Jennifer Egan’s award-winning “Manhattan Beach.”
Hard Ciders Arise Around Green-Wood's Famous GravesMade from apples grown above or around famous graves, Jeremy Hammond's Malus Immortalis hard cider offers a rare taste to the cemetery's visitors.
CBS2 News Update: May 23 at 9 a.m.Mary Calvi and John Elliott have the latest news and weather updates from CBS2.
5/22 CBS2 PM News UpdateCBS2's Kristine Johnson has a look at some of the stories we're working on for the news at 11.
WEB EXTRA: Victim's Godmother Speaks At Sentencing For Daniel St. HubertThe godmother of PJ Avitto spoke at the sentencing for convicted killer Daniel St. Hubert.
WEB EXTRA: Victim's Family Speaks At Daniel St. Hubert SentencingThe mother and grandmother of PJ Avitto spoke at the sentencing for convicted killer Daniel St. Hubert.