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A New York City Councilman was credited Monday with rescuing a pregnant cat from the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway.
A man was convicted of murder and other charges Monday, in a 2012 shooting that left a 16-year-old boy dead in Irvington, New Jersey.
Police on Monday were searching for a man who allegedly stole items from a Duane Reade drugstore in Midtown East last week, and threatened employees with hypodermic needles when he got caught.
Police said two feet with white socks and blue jeans could be seen through a garbage bag that was protruding from the duffel bag.
The American Bird Conservancy is demanding that state officials remove feral cat colonies at Jones Beach.
A Wawa employee in Howell, New Jersey just wanted to make customers smile when he pumped their gas – so he said he used all kinds of props to make them laugh.
On opening day at the park, the Cyclone stopped dead on the tracks just before the first big drop.
CBS2 Exclusive: Brooklyn Resident Describes Paintball Attack, Incident Investigated As Possible Hate Crime
On Saturday night, two Jewish teenagers reported being struck with paint at Morton Street and Juliana Place in Williamsburg, police said.
Hurtful and horrific comments about a Brooklyn elementary school student and his mother appeared on Facebook recently, but the source is questionable.
For most of the winter, people anxiously counted down to spring. But so far, it’s been a cold, snowy let down.
Rutgers University says it’s office of information technology has been working round-the-clock to restore Internet service which was disrupted all weekend.
The incident was captured on surveillance video, but, Mollins said, the principal at the Freshman Center won’t release it.
Citi Bike is back up and running after weekend maintenance put much of the system out of service.
Ex-con Jack Colbert, who shared a prison cell twice with Jose Ramos, testified that the convicted pedophile told him he knew Etan, knew where he caught the school bus and was afraid of being prosecuted in the case.
A new partnership between Hempstead High School and Johns Hopkins University aims to boost academic achievement and improve graduation rates.