An outbreak of Avian flu may be behind a spike in the prices of eggs. (Credit: CBS2)

Avian Flu Outbreak In The Midwest Drives Rising Cost Of Eggs In Manhattan

If you do the grocery shopping in your house, you have probably noticed that egg prices are going up again. It’s being blamed on an outbreak of bird flu.


A Target store. (Credit: CBS2)

Target To Remove Gender-Based Signs From Stores

“We never want guests or their families to feel frustrated or limited by the way things are presented,” Target said in a statment.


Damage from a summer storm could mean the end for a Long Island fruit farm that survived Irene and Sandy. (Credit: CBS2)

Severe Storms Could Spell The End For Popular North Shore Fruit Farm

The powerful winds from Tuesday’s storm brought down trees and power lines, leaving behind a mangled mess.


1946:  Eleanor Roosevelt (1884 - 1962) American author, lecturer, ambassador, social activist and wife of the 32nd President Franklin D Roosevelt. A representative to the United Nations, she is listening through headphones during a conference at the temporary UN headquarters at Lake Success, New York.  (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images)

Poll: Eleanor Roosevelt Tops List For Woman Wanted On New $10 Bill

More than one in four Americans said that Eleanor Roosevelt should be the woman featured on the U.S. Treasury Department’s redesigned $10, according to a new Marist poll.


A Long Island family claims a Suffolk County company botched their move into a new home. (Credit: CBS2)

Family Says Botched Move Left Them With House Full Of Destroyed Possessions

A Queens family was ready to celebrate their daughter’s fourth birthday by moving into their first home.


Englewood residents say Tryon Ave pool has been closed on some of the hottest days of the summer. (Credit: CBS2)

Residents Steam After Revenue Problem Leaves Some Englewood Swimmers High And Dry

A New Jersey pool has been closed to kids during the hottest stretch of the summer, and parents want to know why.


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Judge Soon To Rule On Contamination Settlement Between N.J., Exxon

A judge on Thursday was weeks away from deciding whether to allow a disputed environmental contamination settlement between New Jersey and Exxon Mobil Corp.


UPPAbaby stroller recall

UPPAbaby Announces Recall Of 71,000 Strollers, Rumble Seats Over Choking Hazard

UPPAbaby is recalling 71,000 strollers and rumble seats because of a choking hazard, saying children could bite off a piece of the stroller’s foam crossbar, according to federal regulators.



Seen At 11: Drink Your Way To Looking And Feeling Younger

The latest beauty trend doesn’t involve lasers or injections or anything that you put on your skin.


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Experts Say Shift In Business Towards Online Banking May Be Driving Local Branch Closures

Some Citibank customers say finding a neighborhood branch is nearly impossible.


Times Square sex shop/file (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Appeals Court Nixes New Rules For NYC’s X-Rated Businesses

A state appeals court has given a green light to the red light district, turning aside New York City’s desire to further restrict its racy adult establishments.


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Maine Diner Owner Says She’s Not Sorry For Yelling At Crying Child

Darla Neugebauer, owner of Marcy’s Diner in Portland, is defending her actions after a backlash on social media among people who say they’ll never eat at the restaurant again.


A&P supermarket in Riverdale in the Bronx on July 20, 2015. (credit: Roger Stern/1010 WINS)

A&P Files For Ch. 11 Bankruptcy For 2nd Time In Five Years

Grocery store operator A&P is filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy with plans to sell off stores as it faces increasingly tough competition.


FILE -- Fast food workers and others protest in favor of a $15 minimum wage in Times Square. (Credit: CBS2)

Report: New York On Verge Of Approving $15 Minimum Wage For Fast Food Industry

A wage board empaneled by Gov. Andrew Cuomo is expected to recommend raising the minimum wage for the fast food industry Wednesday.


Sen. Charles Schumer holds a news conference on July 19, 2015. (Credit: Roger Stern/1010 WINS)

Schumer Rips Airlines For Witholding Fares From Third-Party Websites

The New York Democrat said Sunday that the practice prevents consumers from seeing all their options when booking a fight.