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Police: Man Exposed Himself, Tried To Rape Woman In Woodside, QueensThe alleged incident happened around 12:30 a.m. Thursday near Woodside Avenue and 61st Street in Woodside.
1-Year-Old Boy Grazed By Bullet In Brooklyn ShootingPolice swarmed the area of Sutter Avenue and Junius Street in Brownsville around 5:15 p.m., searching for the suspect.
CBS2 Exclusive: Gas Station Attendant Rushes To Help Cop Dragged By Car In QueensA manhunt was underway Saturday morning for the driver police say dragged an NYPD officer during a traffic stop in Queens.
Half-Billion Dollar Jackpot Up For Grabs In Saturday's Powerball DrawingThere were no jackpot winners Wednesday, making Saturday's drawing the eighth biggest jackpot in lottery history.
'We Have To Learn From Barcelona:' Councilman Calls For More Safety Barriers On SidewalksA New York City council member is calling on the city to install more safety barriers on sidewalks in places with high pedestrian traffic, following deadly crashes like those in Times Square and Barcelona.
Husband Stabbed To Death While Walking With Wife In Greenpoint, BrooklynGeorge Carroll, 42, and his wife were walking home from a neighborhood bar when they exchanged words with a group of people sitting on a stoop in Greenpoint, police say.
Amateur Architects Hit Coney Island For 2017 Sand Sculpting ContestJodi Querbach of Brooklyn Community Services is in charge of the contest that brings people from all over the world.
New Concerns Over 'Tinder For Teens' Smart Phone AppThe "Yellow" app allows users to make new friends based on swiping.
Thieves Steal Man's Cell Phone After Asking For Cash, Police SayIt happened last Saturday just before 5 p.m. inside the Roosevelt Avenue - Jackson Heights subway station.
Sitting Down With The Makers Of Documentary Film 'Beyond The Boardwalk'It's a documentary about a racially charged beating in the 90's on Long Island that nearly killed a black teenager.
Three Hospitalized After Shooting At NJ Turnpike Rest StopIt remained unclear Saturday morning why those three people were shot, but police say they appeared to have been travelling southbound on the Turnpike when they pulled into the rest stop.
Rain Returns Friday Night, Causing Second Round Of Flooding Across Tri-State AreaAs of 11 p.m., there were about 8,000 power outages from central to northern New Jersey. No serious injuries were reported.

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