Forty-two people have died from fentanyl-related overdoses in the past 15 months.
Sources told CBS2 someone made prerecorded calls to 911 threatening to blow up the Statue of Liberty. Police say Friday morning’s call used a computer-generated voice.
Jenner let his hair down — literally loosening a ponytail and letting his hair flow past his shoulders — in a symbolic moment at the start of his two-hour interview.
According to police, the suspect followed a 27-year-old woman into her Williamsburg apartment building on April 18.
Police have arrested a suspect in the killing of a 71-year-old Queens grandmother, who was shot last month when she answered her door in the middle of the night.
Rabbi Schneier was visited by Pope Benedict in 2008 and greeted Pope Francis at the Western Wall in Jerusalem. Now he gets an official post in the church.
Shocking video Friday night showed an attempted jewelry store robbery in Clifton, New Jersey that turned into a fist fight between the owner and the suspect.
CBS2 first reported on how rogue car dealers have been setting up shop on residential streets. The dealers are on the move to new neighborhoods.
Sources tell CBS2 this was the second threat made in two days with some kind of computer enhanced or pre-recorded message, CBS2’s Dick Brennan reported.
A computer outage struck Starbucks locations across the United States and Canada late Friday, disrupting sales and forcing some workers to give out free drinks.
A Bronx high school student was arraigned Friday, a day after being turned in by his classmates in connection with an attempted rape of a 15-year-old girl.
NJ TRANSIT is considering taking out a $300 million line of credit with a Canadian bank, in order to cover expenses as the state awaits federal funding.
Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Friday he believes the Metropolitan Transportation Authority has a “more respectful attitude” toward the state in the wake of various crises involving the Metro-North Railroad.
It’s time for spring cleaning, and if you plan on throwing out those old clothes in your closet, you might want to reconsider.
The City Council earlier this week proposed decriminalizing low-level offenses, and on Friday, NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton said he does not support such a move.