Killer Tide: Grassroots Groups Join The FightGrassroots groups are on the front line of a fight that claimed more than 1,300 lives in the five boroughs last year and 711 more in the first six months of this year.
Man Charged With Vandalizing 2 Islamic Centers In Sunset Park, BrooklynA man was arrested and charged Wednesday night with vandalizing two Islamic Centers in Sunset Park, Brooklyn.
Expert Warns Cyber Thieves Are Targeting Black Friday ShoppersThis is the most profitable time of year for cyber thieves looking to cash in on unsuspecting deal seekers.
42nd Precinct Police Officers Treat Some Neighbors To Early Thanksgiving FeastOn this Thanksgiving Eve, members of the NYPD offered an act of kindness.
Police: Man Stabbed In Chest In Quarrel About Thanksgiving In QueensA man was stabbed in the chest in St. Albans, Queens this week after intervening in a quarrel about Thanksgiving, police said Wednesday.
Lhota, New NYCTA Boss Byford Talk About Big Plans For ImprovementsMetropolitan Transportation Authority Chairman Joe Lhota recently returned to the organization to deal with crowded cards, track fires, a failing signal system, and daily delays.
Threats Prompt Cancellation Of 90-Year-Old Thanksgiving Day Football GameSafety concerns have forced school administrators to cancel an annual high school football game.
Turkey Day Detox: Expert Advice On Recovering From Your Thanksgiving BingeIf you're like the rest of us, you're probably going to overindulge on Thanksgiving.
Girl Scouts: Don’t Make Your Kids Hug Their Relatives At Thanksgiving DinnerFor a lot of children, holiday hugging is a must when they see family and friends.
Exclusive: 71-Year-Old Victim Of Kearny Hit-And-Run Speaks To CBS2Sylvia Dumschat, 71, was walking her dog when she was struck from behind around 6 p.m. in Kearny last Friday. 
New Jersey Boy Taken Too Soon, But His Organs Save Multiple LivesOne New Jersey family turned the worst moment of their life into the most blessed for countless strangers.
CUNY Instructor Calls For Removal Of Columbus, Teddy Roosevelt StatuesA public hearing was held in Manhattan to give New Yorkers a chance to weigh-in on the statue removal debate.

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