One CBS2 viewer sent us a video through the CBS New York weather app of a snow squall Thursday in Port Jervis.
The officers were on their way to see “Les Miserables” on Broadway when they heard the train operator yelling over the intercom if there were any police officers on the train, 1010 WINS reported.
Louisiana gun charges against New York real estate heir Robert Durst were dismissed Thursday, clearing the way for federal proceedings in New Orleans in a similar case.
Loretta Lynch has won confirmation to serve as the nation’s attorney general, ending months of delay.
An audit by New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer found express buses operated by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority were not on schedule, clocking in either early or late more than 30 percent of the time.
Police on eastern Long Island say a driver accidentally struck and killed her 80-year-old husband in a high school parking lot.
“I think it would be wrong to be celebrating,” King said, “since for all we know, hundreds of those home runs probably occurred when he was taking steroids.”
After Superstorm Sandy, the Village Hall in Island Park was destroyed. But now, 2 1/2 years later, residents will be seeing a new building constructed.
Nassau and Suffolk county executives are coming together to make an appeal for more volunteer firefighters.
Authorities said that 30 pounds of heroin and $835,000 in cash were recovered during a wire-tap investigation that began last year.
When it comes to minor offenses such as drinking in public and turnstile jumping, a City Council plan would result in tickets, not arrests.
Two Queens hospitals, Jamaica Medical Center and Elmhurst Hospital, are partnering with the March of Dimes to prevent prematurity.
“This is an exciting birth for the Bronx Zoo and our visitors,” said WCS Executive Vice President Jim Breheny
A top New York education official says the state’s deadline for new teacher evaluation plans is unrealistic and is directing the Education Department to give districts more time.
Thirteen kittens abandoned inside a cardboard box on a Staten Island roadside are doing fine and looking to find homes.