Sources: Brooklyn Teacher Arrested For Having Sex With 14-Year-Old Boy In School BathroomSources tell CBS2 he allegedly had sex with the student in a school bathroom for longer than a month until the boy told his parents, who then contacted police.
Tennessee Waffle House Reopens 3 Days After Deadly ShootingsEmployees wore orange ribbons and hugged one another while a steady stream of customers came in to order food and show support.
'He's A Hero:' School Security Guard Saves Choking Student At NJ High SchoolA New Jersey teen is alive thanks to the quick action of her school's security officer who was in the right place at the right time.
Local Officials, Environmental Advocates Spar Over Proposed Meadowlands Natural Gas Power PlantWhat currently stands as a concrete recycling plant in the Meadowlands could soon be developed into one of the largest power plants in the Garden State.
'It's Pretty Well Known:' De Blasio Says Bogus Charges To Blame For High Number Of DOE Harassment ComplaintsThe mayor was on the defensive on Wednesday after making the stunning accusation.
Cuomo, Murphy, Malloy Among Governors Forming Group To Study Gun Violence, Offer SolutionsScholars and law enforcement officials will collect data and analyze gun violence information to pass on to policymakers.
Memorial Mass For Mets Legend Rusty Staub Held At St. Patrick's CathedralThe city said its goodbyes to a Mets icon on Wednesday. The memorial mass for Rusty Staub was held at St. Patrick's Cathedral and led by Archbishop Timothy Dolan.
Report: Homeless Shelter Much Worse Than City ClaimsWhile mayor's administration claims few problems, internal records contradict the picture for one of the city's biggest shelters.
'Smallville' Star Allison Mack Released On Bond In NXIVM Sex Trafficking CaseMack appeared in a Brooklyn court Tuesday before she was released to stay with her parents in California. She's charged with sex trafficking and conspiracy to commit forced labor.
Long Island's 'American Venice' Bridges To Be Rebuilt, Cost Almost $9MTown leaders in Babylon are in the process of restoring a pair of historic bridges in the village of Copiague, an $8.8 million project.
Court Ruling On Public Funding Puts Fate Of Historic Churches In DoubtThe source of upkeep on religious buildings to historic preservation standards is going to change.
Mock Shooting Alarms Crowd, Triggers Police Response At Movie TheaterFive children ranging in ages from 10 to 16 were arrested and face charges for an apparent prank in the lobby of a Connecticut theater.

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