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Tight Security In Place For Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade Balloon Inflation
Tens of thousands of people are expected to head to Central Park to watch the giant balloons take shape.
U.S. Navy Plane Goes Down In Pacific Ocean Near Japan
A U.S. Navy plane went down in the Pacific Ocean while participating in joint exercises with the Japanese military.
PHOTOS: Hundreds Killed In Iran-Iraq Earthquake
A 7.3 magnitude earthquake near the Iraq-Iran border killed over 400 people across both countries, sent residents fleeing their homes into the night and was felt as far away as the Mediterranean coast.
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Lichtenstein: No Titles, But Local Sports Had Plenty To Be Thankful For In 2017
The New York City area has had a championship dry spell since, well, I submitted my first Thanksgiving post six years ago.
NHL Headlines Of The Week
Things are beginning to heat up around the NHL as we approach the quarter-mark of the 2017-2018 NHL season. Here are this week's top NHL headlines.
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Want To Mix Things Up This Thanksgiving? Try A New Take On Some Classic Side Dishes
Want to try giving your old favorites new life? Clare Langan, personal chef to stars like Frieda Pinto, says a few simple changes can have a big impact.
Thanksgiving Made Easy: Apps To Help You Plan The Perfect Holiday
A lot goes into prepping the perfect holiday meal, but don't let the task of hosting Thanksgiving take away from the joy of the holiday.
Best Holiday Markets In NY
Get in the holiday spirit by taking a stroll through a holiday market where you can find unique gifts and enjoy delicious treats and drinks.
3 To See At ACC: Meet Zion, Coco & Tomato
1010 WINS & CBSNewYork Feature NYC Shelter Pets In Weekly ACC Pet Post. This week, check out Zion, Coco and Tomato, and please share to help get them and other NYC shelter pets adopted!
Best Things To Do In NY This Weekend: Nov. 18 & 19
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Extravagant Birthday Parties... For Dogs
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Francesa: A Night To Remember
Photos from Mike Francesa's "A Night to Remember" at the Tilles Center on Long Island.
WFAN Introduces New Hosts
WFAN on Wednesday announced its new lineup, which includes new co-hosts Gregg Giannotti, Chris Carlin, Bart Scott and Maggie Gray.
5 Historical Places To Spend Thanksgiving Weekend
Instead of the usual spots, consider any of these often overlooked historical places to visit over the Thanksgiving weekend
America's Best Thanksgiving Day Parades
For nearly 100 years, a Thanksgiving Day parade has been as much an American holiday tradition as turkey on the table.
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Tuesday, November 21st
Back Stories: A Lesson In Telling Time
Former Afternoon Drive anchor Ben Farnsworth gets a lesson in telling time in today's Back Story.
Monday, November 20th
Back Stories: Ed Ingles' Postgame Interviews
Former WCBS Sports Director Ed Ingles tells us the back story of the time he upset former Chicago Blackhawks coach Billy Reay after a loss to the New York Rangers.
Friday, November 17th
Tom Chapin and his music to Nourish the Soul
This Thanksgiving Week, our 50 People to Know is our friend Tom Chapin who has carried on the work of his late brother singer Harry Chapin using music to fight poverty and hunger.
Thursday, November 16th
Back Stories: The Origin Of 'Newsradio'
Where did the idea to call WCBS “Newsradio” come from?
Wednesday, November 15th
Back Stories: Washington Jefferson Hotel Room Coated In Cheese
It was a stinky assignment, but one reporter had to cover it.
Tuesday, November 14th
Back Stories: Cuomo, Koch Take Over The WCBS Studio
In today’s Back Story, former WCBS General Manager Ed Kiernan recalls what it was like having the two most powerful men in New York in the studio.
Monday, November 13th
Back Stories: 'One Tough Bird'
Long before the Miracle on the Hudson, WCBS traffic reporter Neal Busch had his own encounter with a Canadian goose.
50 People To Know: Wendy Lacey
Montclair mother Wendy Lacey just became a landlord. But her business model is a little different. Sean Adams shares her story in this week's 50 People to Know.
Montclair Mom is Advocate for the Special Needs Community
Sean Adams introduces us to a woman who is fighting to open doors for special needs community.
Friday, November 10th
Back Stories: Fred Fishkin's 'Bootcamp' Technology Feature
In today's Back Story, former WCBS reporter Fred Fishkin brings us back to "Bootcamp."
Thursday, November 9th
Back Stories: 'Talk Back' Gets A Call From The Governor
In the early 1980s, WCBS management wanted to use listener opinions on the air.
Wednesday, November 8th
Back Stories: 'Sammy The Bull' Gravano Turns On John Gotti
Irene Cornell was in the courtroom when Salvatore "Sammy the Bull" Gravano turned rat and testified against John Gotti in his third federal trial.
Tuesday, November 7th
Back Stories: 'A Force In Radio'
From the beginning, former WCBS anchor & reporter Gary Maurer knew the station would succeed.
Sunday, November 5th
Back Stories: Wayne Cabot Gets His Start At WCBS
A 15-year-old kid strolled in off the street and he's been here ever since.
50 People To Know: The Joy of Foster Parenting
Meet Michelle Allen, a Bronx woman heralded as a hero advocate of the foster care system in this week's 50 people to Know.
Wednesday, November 1st
Back Stories: Running & Reporting The NYC Marathon
Reporter Marla Diamond recalls wearing two hats during the New York City Marathon.
Tuesday, October 31st
Back Stories: Live Coverage Of The NYC Marathon
Former producer Mel Grannick looks back on the station’s live coverage of the New York City Marathon.
Monday, October 30th
Back Stories: Photo Finish At The NYC Marathon
Reporter Peter Haskell says one of the greatest things about the New York City Marathon is that it’s a celebration of the city. He remembers covering the race in 2009 and 2004.
Sunday, October 29th
Back Stories: Getting Our Foot In The Door At The NYC Marathon
The station’s coverage of the New York City Marathon started with former General Manager Ed Kiernan, who recalls meeting the race’s founder, Fred Lebow.
50 People To Know: Chris Woods, Of Woody's Ocean Grille
The story of a local business owner whose work after Superstorm Sandy helped support the recovery on the Jersey Shore.
Thursday, October 26th
Back Stories: Surveying Sandy From The Sky
Wrapping up our week of Back Stories on Superstorm Sandy, WCBS Chopper 880 pilot Tom Kaminski shares a memory from the aftermath.
Wednesday, October 25th
Back Stories: Sandy's Aftermath
In today’s Back Story, reporter Peter Haskell remembers surveying the damage from Superstorm Sandy.
Tuesday, October 24th
Back Stories: On The Ground In A Hurricane
In today’s Back Story, reporter Alex Silverman recalls being in the Battery during Superstorm Sandy.
Monday, October 23rd
Back Stories: An Anchor In An Angry Storm
In today’s Back Story, Morning Drive anchor Michael Wallace remembers being pulled on the air early to cover Superstorm Sandy.
Sunday, October 22nd
Back Stories: Meteorologist Todd Glickman’s Take On Superstorm Sandy
This week in the WCBS Back Stories, we look back on Superstorm Sandy. Meteorologist Todd Glickman says by October 23, the storm’s path was pretty well predicted.
50 People To Know: Restoring St. Peter’s Bells With Mike Cavanaugh
The bells of St. Peter’s, Staten Island’s oldest Roman Catholic church, toll again thanks to some intrepid volunteers led by retired Local 3 electrician Mike Cavanaugh.
Thursday, October 19th
Back Stories: Bobby Valentine On The 2000 Subway Series
Former New York Mets manager Bobby Valentine remembers the 2000 Subway Series as a “special event.”
Wednesday, October 18th
Back Stories: Bad Blood & Broken Bat In 2000 Subway Series
As WCBS reporter Peter Haskell recalls, the most memorable moment of the 2000 Subway Series came in Game 2.
Tuesday, October 17th
Back Stories: Game 7 Of The 1986 World Series
Former WCBS sports reporter Bill Schweizter remembers when the New York Mets won the World Series in 1986.
Monday, October 16th
Back Stories: The Definitive Style Of Lou Miliano
Former WCBS reporter Jody Fisher remembers his predecessor, Lou Miliano, as one of his radio heroes.
Sunday, October 15th
Back Stories: Transmitting From Chopper 880
The WCBS technicians once worked hand in glove with Motorola to develop and field test one of the first so-called “voting systems.”
Thursday, October 12th
Back Stories: 2008 Stock Market Crash
When the stock market crashed in 2008 the Dow fell 25 percent in one month. WCBS business reporter Joe Connolly recalls a "very scary time."
Wednesday, October 11th
Back Stories: Covering The Concorde Landing
Former WCBS reporter Jane Tillman Irving was part of the station’s team coverage of the Concorde landing.
Tuesday, October 10th
Back Stories: Yankees' Pitcher Cory Lidle Killed In Plane Crash
On October 11, 2006, New York Yankees’ pitcher
was killed in a small plane crash.
Monday, October 9th
Back Stories: President Jimmy Carter Visits The Bronx
President Jimmy Carter visited the Bronx in 1977 and vowed to develop the area known as Charlotte Gardens.
Sunday, October 8th
Back Stories: New York City's Fiscal Crisis
Under Mayor Abe Beame in the 1970s, New York City fell into a fiscal crisis.
Friday, October 6th
50 People To Know: The Lung Transplant Project
This week’s 50 People to Know, focuses on two people -- Jerry Cahill and Victor Fink who are the men behind the Lung Transplant Project.
Thursday, October 5th
Back Stories: 'Achille Lauro, Can You Hear Me?'
Achille Lauro was sailing in the Mediterranean Sea with lots of vacationers on board when it was hijacked Palestinian rebels.
Wednesday, October 4th
Back Stories: Pope John Paul II Returns
In today's Back Story, WCBS reporter Rich Lamb remembers when the pope returned and he had the inside scoop.
Tuesday, October 3rd
Back Stories: Pope John Paul II Visits NYC
In today’s Back Story, WCBS reporter Rich Lamb remembers a playful gesture from Pope John Paul II.
Sunday, October 1st
Back Stories: 'If It Doesn’t Fit, You Must Acquit'
It was the trial of the century. In today’s Back Stories, WCBS court reporter Irene Cornell recalls when the O.J. Simpson verdict was handed down.
50 People To Know: The Crocheting Crusader
Sean Adams shares the story of Rose Terhune, a grandmother who might hold the record for knitting baby hats for charity.
Thursday, September 28th
Back Stories: Covering 'Don Carlo' Gambino's Wake
In today’s Back Story, former WCBS reporter Steve Reed looks back on when he was “sent to a wake – a mob wake in Brooklyn.”
Wednesday, September 27th
Back Stories: WCBS Newsradio's First GM, Joseph Dembo
When WCBS turned all-news in August of 1967, the station’s first general manager was Joseph Dembo.
Tuesday, September 26th
Back Stories: Gov. Jim McGreevey's Shocking Announcement
WCBS anchor Wayne Cabot remembers when former New Jersey
Gov. Jim McGreevey
held a press conference announcing he’s gay
he’s resigning from his office.
Monday, September 25th
Back Stories: Gov. Eliot Spitzer's Prostitution Scandal
WCBS Assistant News Director Jonathan Clark remembers working the assignment desk when the news broke that former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer may have been involved in a prostitution ring.
Sunday, September 24th
50 People To Know: Roger & Michele Garrison
Some people adopt children from overseas. Roger and Michele Garrison, from Katonah, assumed responsibility for an entire orphanage in Haiti. Sean Adams shares their story in this week's 50 People To Know.
Back Stories: Columbia University Protests The Vietnam War
During the Vietnam War, students at Columbia University staged a number of protests.
Jennifer Lopez, Gov. Cuomo Team Up To Help Hurricane-Ravaged Puerto Rico
WCBS 880's Kelly Waldron reports.
NJ TRANSIT Facing Possible Shortage Of Engineers
WCBS 880's Kelly Waldron reports.
50 People to Know Roger Garrison
Sean Adams introoduces us to man whose charity and generosity built an orphanage in Haiti.
Thousands Run, Walk In Honor Of Fallen 9/11 Hero Stephen Siller
WCBS 880's Kelly Waldron reports.
Saturday, September 23rd
New Yorkers Stepping Up With Relief Efforts For Hurricane-Ravaged Puerto Rico
WCBS 880's Myles Miller reported.
New Bill Aims To Criminalize Revenge Porn In New York City
WCBS 880's Myles Miller reports.
2 New Haven Police Officers Shot While Responding To Domestic Incident
WCBS 880's Mike Smeltz reports.
Thursday, September 21st
Back Stories: Getting To Know The Real Muhammad Ali
In today’s Back Story, former WCBS anchor and reporter Gary Maurer remembers meeting boxing legend Muhammad Ali.
Wednesday, September 20th
Back Stories: Piazza Hits The Home Run The City Needed
On September 21, 2001, the New York Mets played in the city’s first pro-sporting event since the 9/11 terror attacks.
Monday, September 18th
Back Stories: Hurricane Floyd Brings 'Unprecedented' Flooding
In September 1999, Hurricane Floyd hit the Tri-State Area as a tropical storm. WCBS meteorologist Craig Allen has more.
Back Stories: WCBS 'Help-i-copters'
WCBS to the rescue! In today’s Back Story, former Assistant Program Director Allen Green remembers when the station had two choppers. As he recalls, they weren’t just for covering traffic.
Sunday, September 17th
50 People To Know: Jimmy Nolan
Jimmy Nolan is on a mission to get guns off the streets of Yonkers. He does this in memory of his brother, Mike Nolan.
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