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Williamsburg, Brooklyn may soon be getting its first Starbucks, according to a published report.
Police on Sunday were searching for a three suspects who stormed into a man’s apartment and robbed him in Morningside Heights last week.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority announced plans Sunday night that it plans to make immediate safety improvements on the Metro-North Railroad, a week after a derailment in the Bronx left four people dead.
Two area lawmakers rallied Sunday with employees of a Domino’s Pizza restaurant in Washington Heights, after workers there were fired.
Investigators have deemed that a fire that broke out early Sunday at a dry cleaners on Long Island was an arson.
Frustrated by the slow pace of Congress in enacting what they believe would be stringent gun control, religious leaders are heading straight to firearms manufacturers in Europe.
With the Church of St. Paul and St. Andrew, on West 86th Street and West End Avenue, in urgent need of repairs, actress Victoria Clark, one of its congregants, gathered some of her fellow performers for the all-star Bless This House holiday benefit show at the church Monday night.
In this edition of Furry Friend Finder, CBS 2′s Vanessa Murdock and Andrea Grymes introduce us to Stanley and Eric, who are looking for homes.
Sarit is one of 50 children with cancer being taken by the Ohr Meir Foundation on an all-expense-paid trip to Disney World.
U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) joined an advocacy group Sunday to call for new regulations to protect children from toxic toys.
A man was shot and wounded by police in Brooklyn Saturday morning, after he allegedly struck an officer with a cane.
Hundreds of jobs and brand new community facilities are coming to two beachfront neighborhoods devastated by Superstorm Sandy.
Police on Saturday were searching for a hit-and-run driver who struck and killed a man in Woodhaven, Queens.
A school minivan driver was busted by police this week, after allegedly being caught in a sex sting by an NYPD detective pretending to be a 14-year-old girl.
Service on the L Line subway was back to normal Saturday, after commuters were subjected to a harrowing experience earlier in the week.