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Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino. (Credit: CBS2)

Westchester County Executive Says He Won’t Raise Property Taxes To Fill Budget Gap

The county could see potentially hundreds of layoffs or reductions in services


Kendra Sterling

Woman Accused Of Mowing Down Pedestrian At Traffic Light In Central Islip

Kendra Sterling stood up in court wearing a T-shirt that read “Only God can judge me.”


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Send Your Kids Back To School With These Essentials

Katlean Demonchy, editor in chief of the Nextpert Report, stopped by the CBS2 studio Saturday morning to dish on what will come in handy for kids this school year.


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Police Seek 3 Suspects In 2 Separate Subway Assaults In NYC

Police are looking for several suspects in connection with two separate subway assaults in New York City.


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Experts Urge Residents To Organize Disaster Relief Kits

Only 15 percent of Americans are prepared for a disaster, according to Allstate’s Paul Dellauniversita.


Al Arbour

Silverman: Arbour’s Consistency And Brilliance Led Islanders To The Top

Al Arbour died Friday at the age of 82, after a long battle with Parkinson’s disease and dementia.


A suspect was wounded and a bystander was killed when NYPD officers opened fire, following an undercover gun deal gone bad in Mount Vernon. (Credit: CBS2)

Suspect, Bystander Struck By NYPD Gunfire In Mount Vernon

A suspect and a bystander were wounded Friday afternoon in a shooting involving NYPD officers in Mount Vernon Friday afternoon.


A tree stands on a closed beach damaged by flooding from Superstorm Sandy in front of the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge on March 1, 2013 in Staten Island/ (credit: Mario Tama/Getty Images)

Mysterious Stench Reported Around Staten Island

Staten Island residents were complaining Friday that something stunk – though there was no information about what it was.


A water main break left 14th Street flooded in Hoboken on Friday, Aug. 28. (Credit: Dollar Bail, via Twitter)

Water Main Break Leaves Hoboken Streets Flooded

Hoboken residents were advised that they might experience low water pressure late Friday, after a water main ruptured.


Yvahn Martin (left) and Paul Deo remain in New York 10 years after fleeing New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina. (Credit: CBS2)

Residents Who Fled New Orleans For New York Remember Hurricane Katrina

Ten years ago Friday, the monster Hurricane Katrina was bearing down on New Orleans and almost half a million people fled.


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CBS2 Exclusive: Man Talks About Crashing Motorcycle, Flying Into Passaic River

Jason Montoni, 29, was riding his motorcycle home from work on Route 3 in Rutherford at 7 p.m. when police said a car in front of him swerved and then hit him.


A gunman shot and killed a security guard, and then himself, at the federal building at 201 Varick St. on Friday, Aug. 21. (Credit: Alice Gainer/CBS2)

Recent Shootings Spark Renewed Calls For Tougher Gun Control Laws

Rep. Bill Pascrell said both sides need to stop finger pointing and come together.


A change in designations has resulted in big trucks on South Oyster Bay Road in Nassau County. (Credit: CBS2)

CBS2 Exclusive: Residents Say They Were Blindsided By Change To Allow Big Rigs On South Oyster Bay Road

Big trucks are causing bid headaches on Long Island, as New York state has turned a suburban road into a major truck route.


Police investigate a shooting at a lounge in Brooklyn on Aug. 28, 2015. (credit: CBS2)

Shooting At Brooklyn Lounge Leaves 1 Dead, 3 Others Hurt

The gunfire erupted around 3 a.m. inside the Buda Hookah Lounge on Flatbush Avenue in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, police said.