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CBS2 Exclusive: Men Risk Their Lives To Rescue Pilot From Fiery Plane Crash In New JerseyThe Hawker Beechcraft Bonanza aircraft took off from Essex County Airport before crashing approximately one mile south around 12:45 p.m.
New Jersey Woman, Brother Charged With Desecrating Husband's RemainsOn January 2, Adrienne Smith, 43, of Bergenfield, contacted the local police department to report her husband, Randolph Smith, missing, police say.
Affluent And Ultra Wealthy At Odds Over Scarsdale Property Tax AssessmentA group of 150 homeowners is suing the village for the most recent round of property tax assessments which allegedly undervalues some prime property.
Middle School Students Show Off Designs For Greener, More Efficient City SpacesMiddle school students showed off their smarts Saturday in the annual Future City competition.
New Jersey Man Racks Up More Than $56k In Unpaid E-ZPass Toll Fees, Police SayAuthorities said he drove through the tolls without paying on 888 occasions, adding up to $56,240 in unpaid fees.
Millions Show Up For Women's Marches WorldwideThousands of women from across the Tri-state area are expected to start lining up for a peaceful women's march coinciding with dozens of other marches taking place across the country today.
'This Is Our Moment': Hundreds Of Thousands March Through President Trump's HometownThe Women's March on New York City was one of more than 600 sister marches held across 50 states and 32 countries.
Police Search For Man Wanted In Jackson Heights ShootingAccording to police, a 24-year-old man was in front of 90-01 37th Ave. in Jackson Heights just after 8:30 p.m when the suspect approached him and shot him one time in the right side of the torso.
Firefighters Hurt In 4-Alarm Staten Island FireOfficials say eight firefighters suffered minor injuries battling a 4-alarm fire in Staten Island.
PHOTOS: Women’s Marches Around The WorldPeople across the globe show up in droves to show solidarity with Saturday's Women's March on Washington.
Prayer Service, CIA Visit On Tap For President Trump's First Day In OfficeFor years, the Washington National Cathedral has hosted a service for the new president following their inauguration. But this year, some in the largely liberal congregation have objected to hosting it.
Report: Governor Cuomo To Boost Access To Abortions, ContraceptionUnder the new regulations, abortions deemed medically necessary by a doctor will no longer be subject to co-payments or annual deductibles.

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