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Connecticut’s governor got photobombed by a friendly beluga whale Wednesday.
It happened Wednesday night on the Long Island Expressway South Service Road near Morris Avenue in Holtsville.
It broke out around 4:45 a.m. Thursday at a home on Glenwood Road and quickly spread to neighboring buildings.
A sanitation worker in Jersey City has been fired, after being accused of refusing to pick up the trash at a local bar unless the bartender served them free drinks, CBS2 has learned.
A new cluster of Legionnaires’ disease cases was recently diagnosed in the South Bronx, and city officials on Wednesday were investigating the water distribution system in one public housing development.
A jogger went for a run in Massapequa Park, Long Island and never returned, and a frantic family has been left to pass out posters and look for clues.
Panic erupted on a Queens sidewalk earlier this week, when bricks rained down and barely missed two passing pedestrians.
Five teens were charged Wednesday in connection to a crime spree that left an 18-year-old dead in Newark.
John F. Kennedy High School in the Bronx will reopen for the first day of school next week after all, less than three weeks after the building was severely damaged by a gas explosion.
A new report said the Metropolitan Transportation Authority is on track to repair and spruce up all of its subway stations – by 2067.
The chair Pope Francis will use during Mass later this month in New York City has arrived at Madison Square Garden.
Police continued to search late Tuesday for a suspect in the rape of a woman in Canarsie, Brooklyn this past weekend.
When the governor was asked why the mayor was left off the list, he made it sound like it wasn’t his decision.
In what some saw as a stunning admission Wednesday, police Commissioner Bill Bratton said getting the homeless off the streets is more difficult now than when Rudolph Giuliani was mayor.
Arros said the app will be more useful to those in the outer boroughs, where cabs are harder to come by.