CBS2’s Andrea Grymes got together with Editor in Chief of Nextpert Report, Katlean De Monchy, to chat about what’s in store for this season’s fashion trends.
The best in home design has gone on display at the Architectural Digest Home Show, with everything from the latest furnishings to technology.
Kraft Foods announced Tuesday that it was recalling 242,000 cases of its famous macaroni and cheese because there might be small pieces of metal in with the easy-to-cook food.
With the weather warming up lots of people are ready to break out the spring shoes.
The Luxury Technology Show is behing held at the Metropolitan Pavilion on 18th Street in Chelsea.
Technology is a two-way street when it comes to parking violations in New York City.
A powdered alcohol intended to be mixed up into drinks has gained approval from a federal agency.
It’s time to toss that handwritten shopping list that you keep crumpled in your purse or pocket.
The Monday announcement by the agencies — Equifax, Experian and TransUnion — comes after months of negotiations between the companies and New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.
“Anything can happen in Jersey,” and indeed it has for Lacey Katona, a young mother from Linden who won $5 million on a scratch ticket.
Power is going high-tech on Long Island, as PSEG rolls out a new way of measuring electricity use. But some are worried that the new meters might be invading their privacy.
A woman who had just arrived at LaGuardia Airport spotted a thief running-off with her bag, and tried to get it back.
Developers who failed to land a casino license at the site of an old Borscht Belt hotel in the Catskills hope to build a smaller sports and gambling resort there.
A New Jersey water company overhauled its systems, but that was not a good thing for many customers who suddenly got socked with bills running into the thousands of dollars.
A state lawmaker is introducing new legislation to prohibit the Off-Track Betting Corporation from building gambling parlors on Long Island.