Manhattan's 5th Avenue Goes Green For Annual Saint Patrick's Day ParadeIt's the oldest and largest St. Patty's Day parade in the world, with people lining up with their finest green duds to celebrate the patron saint of Ireland and the Archdiocese of New York.
3/17 CBS2 Saturday Morning Weather HeadlinesGood morning! We're looking at a mostly sunny, but chilly St. Patrick's Day out there.
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.
Paterson Residents Take A Stand Against Mayor’s Decision To Remove Benches Outside City HallMayor Jane E. Williams-Warren calls it a "safety precaution," but not all residents are on board.

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