- Crews Still On Scene Of Queens FireStubborn Fire At Recycling Plant Near LIRR Tracks Snarled Friday Service
- McCabe Is OutSessions Fires The Former FBI Deputy Director Just Days Before Scheduled Retirement
- 'Two Of New York City's Bravest'3 Men From N.Y., Including 2 FDNY Members, Killed In Military Helicopter Crash
- 'Some Cracking That's Been Observed...'Officials: Engineer Left Voicemail About Cracks 2 Days Before Florida Bridge Collapse
- UMBC Makes HistoryNo. 16 Stuns No. 1 Virginia In NCAA Tournament
Williamsburg Residents Say City Dumped Chained-Up Bicycles In Their NeighborhoodA neighborhood in Brooklyn says the city has dumped its problem onto their block, chaining dozens of bicycles together and abandoning them in the street.
Officials: Engineer Left Voicemail About Cracks 2 Days Before Florida Bridge CollapseThe voicemail was left on a landline and was not heard by a state DOT employee until Friday, because the employee had been out of the office on assignment.
3 Men From N.Y., Including 2 FDNY Members, Killed In Military Helicopter CrashThree of the seven people who died when a military helicopter crashed Thursday in Western Iraq were from New York, including two citizen-soldiers who also served the FDNY.
Stubborn Fire At Recycling Plant Near LIRR Tracks Snarls Evening ServiceThe fire broke out around 1:30 p.m. near a paper recycling plant on Jamaica and Hollis Avenues and quickly grew to five alarms.
Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe Fired Days Ahead Of RetirementFormer FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe has been fired, just two days before his scheduled retirement.
Murphy: Malfunction Of Portal Bridge That Snarled NJ TRANSIT Service 'Unacceptable'NJ TRANSIT says trains were suspended during the morning rush after Amtrak's Portal Bridge was stuck in the open position.
Who's Bright Idea Was This?A neighborhood in Brooklyn says the city has dumped its problem onto their block, chaining dozens of bicycles together and abandoning them in the street. CBS2’s Ali Bauman went to Williamsburg to ask, ‘Whose bright idea was this?’
Breakfast Order Leads To ArrestA woman tried ordering a bacon, egg and cheese sandwich from a security booth at the Riverhead Correctional Facility on Long Island, and ended up in jail instead.
Another Dog Incident For UnitedA flight from Newark to St. Louis was diverted to Ohio yesterday to drop off a dog that was mistakenly loaded onto the wrong flight.
Cracks Reported Before CollapseAn engineer left a voicemail two days before the deadly pedestrian bridge collapse in Florida, saying cracks had been found in the concrete span, Florida Department of Transportation officials said Friday night. CBS Miami's Amber Diaz reports.
FAA Cracks Down On Flights Without DoorsThe Federal Aviation Administration is ordering a complete stop on flights of aircrafts without doors, unless the passenger safety restraints can be quickly released during an emergency.
3 N.Y. Men Killed In Helicopter CrashAt least three of the seven people who died when a military helicopter crashed Thursday in Western Iraq were from New York including two citizen-soldiers who also served the FDNY. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Former FBI Deputy Director McCabe FiredFormer FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe has been fired, just two days before his scheduled retirement, the Department of Justice said late Friday night.
Update: No Agreement Reached In Jersey City Teachers StrikeTeachers, school nurses, paraprofessionals, guidance counselors and secretaries took part in strike action Friday at 48 different sites, and no settlement on contracts was reached. CBS2's Reena Roy reports.
Update: Parole Of Cop Killer Raises OutcryHerman Bell's supporters, including relatives of one of the slain officers, said the 70-year-old deserved freedom -- but the other officer's family and NYPD leaders have expressed outrage. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Update: Nativity Jesus Stolen In 1930s Anonymously Back At Hoboken ChurchA statue of Jesus that had been stolen in 1931 was anonymously returned to a Hoboken church. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Update: Curran Readies Push To Reassess Every Property In Nassau CountyNassau County Executive Laura Curran is taking steps to make good on a campaign promise to change the way county property undergoes assessment. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
No. 16 UMBC Stuns No. 1 Virginia To Make NCAA HistoryThe University of Maryland-Baltimore County pulled off the most shocking upset in NCAA Tournament history, defeating Virginia 74-54 on Friday night.
Capitals Sweep Home-And-Home Against IslandersT.J. Oshie, Nicklas Backstrom and Matt Niskanen scored as the Washington Capitals swept a home-and-home set against the skidding New York Islanders with a 6-3 win on Friday night.
Embiid Leads 76ers Past Nets For Birthday WinA sellout crowd of nearly 21,000 serenaded Joel Embiid for his birthday, and Embiid showed his gratitude by powering Philadelphia to another win.
Best NCAA Tournament Team-Name StoriesNCAA team names are among the more interesting in sports. From Boilermakers to Bulldogs, some origin stories aren't quite what you'd think.
30 Players: NL Central Rich With Young PitchingLuis Castillo, Jameson Taillon, Josh Hader head the division's crop of flourishing arms all looking to try and chase down the Cubs.
SportsLine's Top Weekend Picks: NCAA Tournament Opening RoundsWith March Madness in full swing, SportsLine offers its top picks for the opening rounds of the NCAA Tournament.
Best Things To Do This Weekend In NY: March 17 And 18St. Patrick's Day celebrations and more!
Best Breakfast For Dinner Menus In NYWhether you're in the mood for a decadent egg sandwich or a layered Chinese crepe, here are five places in NYC where you can do just that.
Eat And Drink Green For St. Patrick's Day In New YorkNew Yorkers can snag some of these green treats and drinks in honor of the holiday.