Limo Driver Rescues Dog From Middle Of Traffic On Brooklyn BridgeIt was a recipe for disaster when a lost dog was seen wandering around on the Brooklyn Bridge, until one brave limousine driver stepped in.
Survivor Of Orlando Nightclub Massacre Attends NYC Pride ParadeA survivor of the Pulse nightclub shooting was among the hundreds of thousands of people who lined the route for the New York City Pride March Sunday.
FDNY Fire Trucks Involved In 2 Separate Accidents In Astoria, QueensMultiple people were injured in separate accidents involving FDNY fire trucks just two blocks apart in Astoria, Queens Sunday afternoon.
Huge Crowds, Increased Security And Tributes To Orlando Victims At NYC Pride ParadeCrowds of onlookers stood a dozen deep along Fifth Avenue, many waving rainbow flags. Some spectators held up orange "We are Orlando'' signs with armed officers standing by.
New York Public Library Exhibit Uncovers Real Alexander HamiltonWhen you hear the name “Hamilton” these days, you probably think of musical acts and costumes. But the New York Public Library wants to shift the focus to Alexander Hamilton himself.
Mom Arrested After Boy Accidentally Shoots, Kills 4-Year-Old Brother In East OrangeA 6-year-old boy playing with a gun accidentally shot his 4-year-old brother in the head in their East Orange home, authorities said.
Bill Cunningham, New York Times Fashion Photographer, Dead At 87Cunningham died Saturday in New York City, according to Eileen Murphy, a spokeswoman for the newspaper. He had been hospitalized recently after suffering a stroke.
Runners Spread Messages Of Hope At Central Park Pride RunNew York City is filled with pride this weekend as the LGBTQ community celebrates and remembers those lost in the Orlando nightclub shooting.
CBS2 Exclusive: Woman, 80, Recalls Being Robbed At Gunpoint, Pushed Down In Brooklyn ApartmentAn elderly woman was speaking out Friday night, a day after she was robbed at gunpoint inside her Brooklyn home.
Pulse Nightclub Owner, Entertainment Manager Appear At NYC LGBT Pride RallyThousands of people turned out Friday night for an LGBT pride rally at Pier 26 in Hudson River Park.
Man Exonerated Of 1996 Murder Asks To Keep Case Open, Prove His InnocenceA man who spent two decades in prison for a crime he says he didn’t commit has asked a judge to keep his case open so he could prove his innocence.
Pinewood Derby National Championships Pull Into Times SquareThe Pinewood Derby has been a time-honored Boy Scouts tradition for more than 60 years. On Saturday, Times Square will host the national championships.

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