CBS2 Demanding Answers: Select Bus Ticket Machines Sit Broken In Jamaica, QueensThe city’s Select Bus Service is supposed to help commuting run more efficiently, but broken ticket machines have been causing travel troubles for Queens riders.
Number Of Homeless Families In Commercial Hotels Skyrockets In NYCThe city this summer has immensely increased its use of private commercial hotels – some of them quite luxurious – to house the homeless.
CBS2 Gets Results: Christie Announces Initiatives To Curb Long Lines At NJ DMVProposed initiatives are aimed at strengthening the MVC's digital services -- including their website and digital driver's license services -- as well as eliminating online transaction fees.
Millions Of Dead Fish Being Cleaned Up From New Jersey MarinaA New Jersey marina is trying to clean up millions of dead fish following a massive fish kill.
Mississippi Firefighter Feels Normal Again After Historic Face TransplantA Mississippi firefighter who received the world's most extensive face transplant after a burning building collapsed on him said Wednesday that he feels like "a normal guy'' for the first time in 15 years.
At Least 120 Dead, 368 Injured In Earthquake In ItalyThe quake struck around 3:30 a.m. local time, with the epicenter just south of Norcia -- a town around 100 miles northeast of Rome.
LISTEN: Francesa Says Cespedes 'Rescued The Mets From Their Deathbed'The Mets, who had been sliding in the standings in recent weeks, enter Wednesday's game at St. Louis on a three-game winning streak and still within reach of the playoffs.
Report: Cespedes Says He Doesn't Plan To Opt Out Of Mets ContractYoenis Cespedes could become a free agent after this season if he so chooses. But apparently the Mets slugger is not thinking in that direction.
73-Year-Old Paterson Woman Missing For 2 Weeks Found After CBS2 Report, Police SayGloria Briggs was located Wednesday at Harlem Hospital following Sloan's report on Tuesday night.
Brooklyn Man Pleads For Return Of Stolen Dog, Says Daughters Are DistraughtOn Monday, police said a man lured the puppy named Pippin away from the clerk's station inside Braulio Espinal's laundromat on Knickerbocker Avenue in Bushwick.
‘Soccer In The City’ Podcast: NYCFC Set To Face Former Coach KreisIn the latest episode of the “Soccer in the City” podcast, hosts Tom Kolker, Glenn Crooks and Roberto Abramowitz preview NYCFC’s reunion with their former coach, Jason Kreis, when they visit Orlando City on Sunday.
Suit: Connecticut Liquor Laws Unfair To ConsumersA federal lawsuit is challenging Connecticut's liquor laws, alleging that outdated regulations force consumers to pay more for their liquor and beer.

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