- Mourning Firefighter Michael DavidsonFDNY, Family, Community Say Fallen Hero Always Lent Helping Hand
- Movie Set Marred By TragedyHarlem Building To Be Demolished Following Deadly Fire
- 'That Would Be A Good Start'Cuomo Says Congestion Pricing Will Start Small, Target For-Hire Vehicles
- 'Sick, Sadistic Behavior'Long Island Man Pleads Guilty To Extorting Dozens Of Women Over Nude Photos
- 'I Dodged A Couple Of Bullets'Doctors Shocked To Find 30-Pound Tumor Growing Inside Man's Abdomen
LIRR Service Changes After Non-Passenger Train Hits Vehicle On Tracks In MineolaLong Island Rail Road service has been suspended in both directions east of Mineola after a non-passenger train struck an unauthorized vehicle on the tracks.
Trump Signs $1.3 Trillion Spending Bill After Threatening Veto Over DACA, Border WallSpeaking Friday from the White House, the president said he signed the $1.3 trillion plan "as a matter of national security."
FDNY Firefighter Killed Battling 5-Alarm Fire At Movie Set In HarlemFDNY officials identified the firefighter as 37-year-old Michael R. Davidson, a 15-year department veteran.
Spring Planting Still Couple Weeks AwayHome gardeners are being cautioned to wait until the last killing frost to start planting, but there's prep work that can be done now.
Bombshell Testimony In Corruption Trial: De Blasio Said 'Do What You Got To Do'Harendra Singh testified that when he told de Blasio he would have to arrange illegal campaign donations his response was "Do what you got to do, but I don't want to know."
'A Very Brave Firefighter': FDNY, Family And City Mourn Firefighter Michael Davidson, Killed In Harlem Movie Set BlazeFirefighter Michael R. Davidson of Engine Company 69 died at Harlem Hospital after being pulled from the burning unoccupied building on Saint Nicholas Avenue near 148th Street.
'Melrose Place' Actress To Be Sentenced AgainA former “Melrose Place” actress convicted in a fatal auto crash must return to court for a second re-sentencing.
'March For Our Lives' Street Closures In NYCA sister march will be held Saturday in New York City, cause street closures from 5th Avenue to 7th Avenue.
Students Gear Up For 'March For Our Lives'Thousands of students are expected to march through Washington, D.C. on Saturday, calling for stricter gun control.
Bunting Ceremony In Honor Of Fallen HeroCrews put up bunting at Engine 69 and Ladder 28 in honor of fallen FDNY firefighter Michael Davidson.
De Blasio Under Fire In Corruption TrialMayor Bill de Blasio faces a new political hurdle. Stunning testimony from one of his major donors claims the mayor gave the green light for illegal campaign donations. CBS2's Political Reporter Marcia Kramer has more.
Deadly Harlem Fire Under InvestigationThe city has ordered the demolition of the building where a firefighter was killed battling a massive blaze Thursday night in Harlem. CBS2's Tony Aiello has the latest.
Firefighter Dies On Harlem Movie SetFirefighter Michael Davidson died battling a 5-alarm fire on a movie set in Harlem. CBS2's Janelle Burrell reports.
Ban Smoking And Walking?A New York City councilman is introducing a new bill that will ban smoking and walking on sidewalks. CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Bayside Cleans Up After Getting A Foot Of SnowThe residents of Bayside, Queens were dodging falling snow from trees and power lines on Thursday as they continued digging out from the nor'easter the night before. CBS2's Marc Liverman reports
How To Properly Dig Out After A StormCBS2's Jennifer McLogan shows us how to rid our cars of snow following a nor'easter.
Loyola-Chicago Vs. Kansas State Most Unpredictable Elite Eight GameThe NCAA Tournament's South Regional Final, between Loyola-Chicago and Kansas State, is the most unlikely Elite Eight matchup ever.
SportsLine's Top Weekend Picks: NCAA Tournament Sweet 16With March Madness living up to the name, SportsLine offers its top picks for the NCAA Tournament's Sweet 16.
Konecny Scores Twice, Lifting Flyers Over RangersTravis Konecny scored twice, Claude Giroux had three assists and Philadelphia beat the New York Rangers 4-3 on Thursday night.
High-Scoring Lightning Hold Off IslandersThe Lighting extended their lead atop the Eastern Conference and Atlantic Division to six points over idle Boston, which is 2-0 against Tampa Bay this season.
Red-Hot Michigan Routs Texas A&M In West SemifinalsNext up the Wolverines will face either No. 4 Gonzaga or No. 9 Florida State who met in the second regional semifinal.
Loyola Beats Nevada By 1 Point To Continue NCAA RunWith Loyola-Chicago clinging to a one-point lead and only 6.3 seconds remaining, Marques Townes sank a 3-pointer from in front of the Ramblers' bench.
Best Things To Do This Weekend In NY: March 24 And 25What to do and where to go and how to spend your weekend!
The Best Easter Egg Hunts In NYYoung New Yorkers can search for Easter eggs at these spots.
Justin Timberlake Postpones MSG Show Due To WeatherJustin Timberlake's Wednesday night performance at Madison Square Garden has been postponed, but Thursday's show is still planned to go on.