5/24 CBS2 Thursday Morning Weather HeadlinesAnother beauty today. Skies are sun filled with high pressure overhead and a light north breeze.
'It Really Is A Miracle:' Beloved Pup Overcomes The Odds & Recovers From Being Hit By CarA family says it was just before dinner when their beloved shih-poo darted into the street from behind a parked car outside their home in Yonkers.
President Trump Calls MS-13 'A Menace' During Roundtable Discussion On Long IslandThe president took part in a roundtable discussion Wednesday afternoon with federal and local law enforcement, elected officials and families of some of the violent gang's victims.
Federal Investigators Probing Allegations Against Harvey WeinsteinFederal prosecutors in New York's Southern District have opened an investigation into former Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein apparently stemming from allegations of sex abuse.
NFL's National Anthem Policy To Punish Teams If On-Field Players Don't StandThe New York Jets say they will pay any fines and not penalize players if they violate the new NFL policy.
Heroes In The Sky: Calm, Confident Southwest Airlines Crew Describes Emergency LandingCrew members of the Southwest Airlines flight that lost an engine appeared on CBS This Morning for their first joint interview Wednesday.
The Ice Cream Man Of Gotham: Man Overcomes Checkered Past Thanks To Harlem Non-ProfitCompanies big and small are giving something to the previously incarcerated -- a second chance.
Mayor's Office Facing NYC Drug Crisis Spilling Out Into Streets, ParksFrom a crackdown on K2 overdoses on Brooklyn sidewalks, to syringes littering a Bronx park, New York City’s drug crisis has been on full view this week.
10-Year Plan To Modernize City's Transit System AnnouncedAndy Byford, president of New York City Transit, said after 100 days on the job he's got a plan to fast-track subway signal upgrades in the next 10 years from the previously forecast 40 years.
New York City Council Introduces Bill Banning Plastic StrawsCiting pollution, a local lawmaker wants plastic straws banned in drinks bought in the city.
Now's The Time For Teens To Apply To Summer Jobs, Experts SayThe last bell of the year will ring soon, but that doesn't mean teens should wait to hear it before they apply to summer jobs.
Latest Round Of Turkey Terror Comes To A Close For Staten Island HomeownerFor weeks, Richard Gambardella felt like a prisoner in his own home. He had to be careful walking outside because wild turkey laid eggs under a bush near his front door.