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Surveillance Video Released Of Minivan Used In Violent Kidnapping, Robbery In BrooklynPolice said one suspect is described as a black male in his 40's with a gray beard.
Tenants Call For Investigation Into Conditions At Patterson HousesErica Jefferson said she made multiple complaints to the NYC Housing Authority, all of which have been unresolved.
Revelers Brave Frigid Temps To Celebrate Lunar New Year In Flushing, QueensOne paradegoer said the key is to bundle up big time.
It's All Child's Play This Weekend At The Javits CenterToy Insider mom Laurie Schact stopped by the CBS2 studio to offer a sneak peek of the new toys coming out this year.
Dog Fatally Shot By NYPD Officer At Bronx Apartment BuildingAuthorities said as police were on their way to the roof, a pit bull came out of a neighbor's apartment and charged at the officers.
Whole Foods Considers Tattoo Parlors To Attract Millennial ShoppersBesides including tattoo parlors, Whole Foods could also add record shops and body care product lines.
Police Seek Suspect In Violent Mugging Of 69-Year-Old In QueensThe victim refused medical attention at the scene, police said.
Family Demands Action After Woman Dies At Coney Island HospitalJorge Matos believes his wife, 47-year-old Grisel Soto, died because her condition was misdiagnosed at Coney Island Hospital.
Trump Issues Twitter Threat To Cruz; Clinton, Sanders Jockey For Black Votes In South CarolinaOn Friday, he pulled, well, a “Donald Trump,” which naturally began with a tweet that was not so sweet aimed at Texas Sen. Ted Cruz.
CBS2 Exclusive: Long Island Middle Schooler Accused Of Lighting Classmate's Hair On FirePolice said the 13-year-old boy is being charged as a juvenile delinquent.
Teen To Sue Newark After Police Encounter Leaves Him With Broken ShoulderJamod Watkins suffered a broken shoulder that was so severe it requires surgery, according to his attorney, Rosemarie Arnold.
NYC To Implement Higher Penalties For Safety Violations At Construction SitesPenalties for safety lapses will rise from $2,400 to $10,000 and if the site lacks a mandated construction superintendent, the fine will go from $5,000 to $25,000, the city said.

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