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As millions of drivers alternate days and run on fumes, CBS 2 has uncovered a disturbing loophole for a privileged few. An exclusive investigation discovered city employees getting free gas — originally meant for first responders.
A missing persons’ case has morphed into a possible murder investigation. A mother has been the object of an intense search in Westchester County, and her family is pleading for help to find her — dead or alive.
In New York City, almost as coveted as a parking spot on the street is one in your building’s garage. In Manhattan, a 93-year-old woman has lost her parking place and her son is fighting to get it back.
It’s bad news for Nassau County homeowners. School tax bills for many are drastically higher — double digits higher.
It’s a never-ending battle at our international airports — smugglers, trying to outwit Customs and Border Protection officers. They move contraband in everything from the hems of dresses to packages of hair crème. Now, Customs is fighting back.
Jesse Owen was knocked unconscious and had no idea what happened when he opened his eyes to see several people at his side trying to help him.
The outcome of the lawsuit is seen as a big win for corrections officers Joe Milutin and Bob Healey. Both were awarded over $3 million in damages.
The man said he was robbed of everything — by a trio of teenagers. Flyers described the youngest as being around 12 and the oldest around 17.
One woman’s chilling story is bringing new attention to the case of Joe Helt, a young man who vanished one night on a mountain near Ellenville, N.Y..
In a CBS 2 television exclusive, reporter Dave Carlin was granted a first look inside the penthouses of Manhattan’s tallest and swankiest residential tower.
The sex scandal at one of New York City’s most elite high schools is growing. CBS 2 has uncovered more alleged victims, bringing the total number of people who say they were abused to a whopping 30.
Motorists are beginning to wonder how safe they will be if a hurricane strikes Long Island’s East End. They have this fear because for nearly seven staggering hours during Tuesday’s storm, the only roads out were clogged and closed.
His steps are slow, but there was a time no one thought Kenneth Baribault would ever walk again or speak. His words also come slowly, but he can now string a few together with the help of an iPad and his 10-year-old son.
No matter how many times you see it, the power of Mother Nature can be stunning. Power lines can be ripped down. Trees are often toppled over. But one couple was actually inside their car, when lightning brought down a tree, crushing them.
No one wants abandoned houses next to their property. But now some Long Island eyesores are being converted to nice homes, and auctioned to deserving families.