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Officer Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Woman Inside Brooklyn CourthouseA Brooklyn court officer has been indicted on charges of official misconduct, for allegedly attacking woman in a public stairwell.
Viverito Leads Charge To Have Statue Of Dr. J Marion Sims Removed From Central ParkProtestors led by City Council Speaker Melissa Mark Viverito, called on the city to remove a Central Park statue dedicated to Dr. J Marion Sims.
De Blasio Says He Doesn't Think Cuomo's Manhattan Congestion Pricing Idea Will HappenEven with New York state Gov. Andrew Cuomo putting his full political weight behind congestion pricing for Manhattan, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Monday that he does not believe it is going to happen.
New Program Targets Dumping, Other Illegal Activity In Suffolk County ParksSuffolk County is cracking down on illegal activity within its parks.
Skygazers Across Tri-State Turn Out For Partial Solar EclipseIn the Tri-State area, we should be able to see the moon block out about 70 percent of the sun.
Community On Edge After Barber Shot During Robbery In Bronx ShopA gunpoint robbery at a barber shop in the Bronx has left many people in the neighborhood on edge.
CBS2 Gets Results: City Cuts Down Tree Branches Blocking Staten Island Road SignsOn Sunday, CBS2 showed several intersections on Staten Island where traffic signs were obscured by overgrown trees.
Meadowlands ‘American Dream’ Project To Be Complete By 2019A former Meadowlands site in New Jersey will get one more shot. After years of plans that fell through, this time, new developers say the dream will come true.
Online Retailers Turn To Brick And Mortar Stores As Shoppers Seek Personal ServiceFrom clicks to bricks, more and more online retailers are going back to basics -- opening brick and mortar stores.
De Blasio Says He Needs More Staff For Bigger Agenda Than Bloomberg Ever HadMayor Bill de Blasio has touched off a battle royal with former Mayor Michael Bloomberg over who is the biggest workaholic.
Woman Killed After Losing Control Of Her Vehicle, Hitting Parked Cars In The BronxInvestigators say the 65-year-old driver struck several parked cars and then overturned on Boston Road near Conner Street in Eastchester around 2:45 p.m.
Partial Eclipse Hits Tri-State With Moon Covering About 70 Percent Of The SunThe city that never sleeps slowed down for a few minutes as thousands of skywatchers gazed upward for a rare partial solar eclipse visible from our area. 

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