Exclusive: NYPD Overdose Squad Working To Get K2 Off The Streets In BrooklynNearly 100 people had to be hospitalized over the past week due to a tainted batch of K2 in Brooklyn, health officials say.
Boat Carrying High School Prom Gets Into Collision In HobokenApproximately 100 students from Weehawken High School were on board the Cornucopia Destiny at the time.
Tips: How To Make Memorial Day Travel Easier This WeekendWhen is the best time to get out of New York City? Who has the cheapest gas? What should you do to prep?
De Blasio Administration Drops Thousands Of Pages Of Previously Secret EmailsAfter fighting for years to prevent the release of his private email exchanges with political consultants, Mayor Bill de Blasio has relented.
Inside Look Into New Jersey Statehouse’s $283 Million Renovation ProjectIt’s been described as the first major overhaul in a century. But is it worth its estimated $283 million price tag?
Fleet Week: Marines Hit The Streets Of New York City For The First TimeCBS2's Vanessa Murdock follows a Marine from shore to shore as he sets foot in the city for the first time.
Bronx Students Learn To ‘Build Up Bridges’ Through Chess TournamentThe students from the Urban Assembly School for Wildlife Conservation are developing better decision-making after having a rough year.
Massapequa Woman Accused Of Stealing Mail From NeighborsNassau County Police say Charlee Zamora been snagging mail from unlocked mailboxes to get her hands on bank account numbers, personal checks and other pieces of personal information.
Driver In Deadly N.J. School Bus Crash ChargedThe 77-year-old driver of a school bus that collided with a dump truck on a New Jersey highway has been charged in two deaths.
Philly Police Seek Suspect, Victims In Sledgehammer Road Rage AttackPolice are searching for the suspect and victims involved in a road rage incident in Philadelphia on Tuesday.
Prof: NFL's Anthem Policy 'A Strange Mix' That Resolves NothingWith NFL games still 105 days away, no doubt fans will be filling sports bars and the national anthem controversy will still be raging.
Already Rattled Totowa, N.J. Neighborhood Now Dealing With Construction BlastingWhile some people say the blasts are unnerving, others say it's just the price of progress.