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PHOTOS: New Yorkers See Frost For First Time This FallDid you see snow outside your window this morning?
Jury To Hear Closing Arguments In 'Bridgegate' TrialA jury is expected to hear closing arguments in the George Washington Bridge lane-closing case, after testimony spanning six weeks.
Firefighter Performs 'Dangerous' Rescue In Deadly Upper East Side FireThe six-alarm fire broke out around 3:20 a.m. Thursday at a building at 324 East 93rd Street. Flames could be seen pouring out of windows and smoke billowing into the sky.
10/27 CBS2 Thursday Morning Weather HeadlinesWe have a slick commute this morning.
Cops, Candy, And Cobwebs: NYPD Transforms Park Slope Precinct Into Haunted HouseIt takes the officers at the 78th precinct two months to put their haunted house together, and this year, they say it's better than ever.
Protesters Disrupt Traffic On George Washington Bridge, Cause Major DelaysProtesters chained themselves together on the George Washington Bridge, disrupting traffic during the height of the morning rush hour Wednesday.

Latest Sports Stories

NYCFC Set To Face Toronto FC In 2-Leg Eastern Conference SemisSet to embark on its first foray into the Major League Soccer playoffs, second-year expansion club New York City FC now knows which team it will face in the Eastern Conference semifinals.
Five Things: Cubs Even World Series As It Heads to WrigleyThe Cubs evened the series with a 5-1 victory over the Indians in Game 2.
Confident Fitzpatrick Eases Back Into Role As Jets' StarterBrandon Marshall's lime green T-shirt said it all.
No Hits For Arrieta Until 6th; Cubs Beat Indians 5-1 In Game 2 Of World SeriesJake Arrieta carried a no-hitter into the sixth inning, and Kyle Schwarber had two hits and two RBIs as the Chicago Cubs beat the Cleveland Indians 5-1 Wednesday night to even the World Series at one win apiece.
Mets' Yoenis Cespedes To Opt Out Of Contract, Reports SayThe Mets slugger is reportedly going to opt out of the final two years on his $47.5 million contract after the end of the World Series.
Rangers' 5 Consecutive Goals Down BruinsBrandon Pirri scored two of the New York Rangers' five consecutive goals that erased a two-goal deficit in a 5-2 thumping on the Boston Bruins at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday night.


PHOTOS: New Yorkers See Frost For First Time This FallDid you see snow outside your window this morning?
Cat Cafes In NYC: Where To Dine With Your Favorite FelinesBest Cat Cafes in New York City, including Little Lions, Brooklyn Cat Cafe, Koneko and Meow Parlor.
Michael Bloomberg, Carl Pope To Co-Author Book On Climate ChangeAccording to St. Martin's Press, "Overheated: How Cooler Heads Can Cool the World'' will come out April 18, 2017.

Best Of Boomer & Carton

Boomer & Carton Podcast & MOTD: Oct. 26, 2016Wednesday's highly anticipated "Moment of the Day" certainly did not disappoint, as we heard all about Craig's efforts to shed a few pounds.
Boomer & Carton: Jerry, Oh Jerry, The GOATJerry Recco's accomplishments in the update game far outreach what anyone could have foreseen. So, on Wednesday morning when he got rollin', it really came as no surprise that everyone eventually felt fulfilled.
Boomer & Carton: A Night Cleveland Won't Soon ForgetBetween the Knicks opening up their 2016-17 campaign against LeBron and the Cavaliers (with a bad loss), and the Indians shutting out the Cubs in Game 1 of the World Series, Cleveland was sure rocking Tuesday night.

Best Of Mike Francesa

LISTEN: Francesa Says Indians Needed Game 1 More Than Cubs DidEven though the World Series starts 0-0, WFAN's Mike Francesa says he believes Game 1 was a must-win for the Cleveland Indians.
LISTEN: Brian Billick Previews Cowboys-Eagles, Other Week 8 Matchups On WFANSunday night's showdown between the 5-1 Cowboys and the 4-2 Eagles was just one of the many topics Brian Billick discussed Wednesday during his weekly appearance on Mike Francesa's WFAN show.
LISTEN: Victor Cruz Says Giants 'Did What They Had To Do' With Josh BrownGiants wide receiver Victor Cruz didn't want to speak in detail about the team's decision to release kicker Josh Brown, but he did seem to endorse the move, calling domestic violence "disgusting."

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