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Toni On! New York: Working It In The West Village

This week WLNY’s Toni Senecal is working it in the West Village. If you’re looking for the perfect way to spend your weekend, this neighborhood has it all—from truffle mac & cheese to waterfront views.

10/18/2014

Suffolk County SPCA Badge (credit: Facebook/Suffolk County SPCA)

SPCA Offers Reward After Puppy Found Fatally Shot In LI Nature Preserve

Suffolk County SPCA Chief Roy Gross said the 14-week-old border collie mix was found wrapped in a plastic bag that was dumped along a trail at Laurel Lake Preserve in Mattituck on Friday.

10/18/2014

Verrazano-Narrows Bridge

Residents Hold Pro-Verrazano Bridge Bike Path Rally

Meredith Sladek, with a group called The Harbor Ring, said a Verrazano bike path is the missing link in the group’s vision for a 50-mile loop around New York Harbor that encourages fitness and tourism.

10/18/2014

Protesters calling for The Metropolitan Opera to cancel "The Death of Klinghoffer" on Sept. 22, 2014 (credit: Marla Diamond/WCBS 880)

Former Mayor Giuliani Expected To Join Protest Against ‘The Death of Klinghoffer’

Critics of the Met’s decision to feature the opera want it canceled, arguing that the performance is anti-Semitic and anti-Israel.

10/18/2014

Kamal Williams (Credit: Suffolk County Police Department)

LI Teen Accused Of Stabbing Other Teen After Football Game

The incident took place after Friday’s game at Half Hollow Hills High School East in Dix Hills.

10/18/2014

Paterson police cruiser (Photo: CBS 2)

Officials: Paterson Police Officer Involved In Overnight Shooting

The Passaic County Prosecutor’s Office said the officer was treated at St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center for trauma.

10/18/2014

Piping plover. (Credit: TV 10/55)

Judge Denies Group’s Bid To Halt Fire Island Dune-Replenishment Project

The Audubon’s lawsuit claims the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ $207 million dune-replenishment project would harm piping plovers by destroying their habitat.

10/18/2014

CBS 2's Andrew Grymes got together with do-it-yourself expert Tara Bench to take a look at some fun DIY Halloween projects.

Fun Do-It-Yourself Halloween Projects

CBS 2’s Andrea Grymes got together with do it yourself expert Tara Bench, of Hometalk — the largest online home and garden social network — to take a look at some fun DIY Halloween projects.

10/18/2014

Taste of the Seaport co-chair Kate Krause and Victor Chan, with Suteishi, sat down with CBS 2's Diane Macedo to offer a delicious preview of what festivalgoers can expect. (Credit: CBS 2)

Interview: Taste Of The Seaport Co-Chair Offers Preview Of Food Festival

The festival is in its fifth year at the South Street Seaport in Lower Manhattan.

10/18/2014

William Ronan (Credit: MTA/CBS 2)

MTA’s First Chairman, William Ronan, Dies At Age 101

Ronan was appointed chairman of the MTA — then known as the Metropolitan Commuter Transportation Agency — in 1965 by Gov. Nelson Rockefeller.

10/18/2014

Rigino Montero was stabbed during a fight in Mott Haven, police said (Credit: CBS 2)

Police: Man Fatally Stabbed In Mott Haven

Rigino Montero, 46, died at Lincoln Hospital.

10/18/2014

The man seen in this surveillance image trying to escape down a tree is wanted for an attempted rape in Stuyvesant Town. (Photo: NYPD)

Search Is On For Man Who Tried To Rape Woman In Stuyvesant Town Elevator

Police said the victim’s cries for help at around 4 a.m. sent the suspect down a tree as an escape route.

10/18/2014

A man was stabbed and slashed with a machete on Oct. 18, 2014 (Credit: Derricke Dennis/1010 WINS)

Man Critical Following Machete Attack In The Bronx

A neighbor said the attack started as an argument between several men inside the restaurant that spilled out onto the street.

10/18/2014

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Man Declared Dead Very Much Alive — And Claims He Has Amnesia; Wife Takes Him To Court

When Leslie Bright’s husband, Winston, vanished in October 1990, she was overcome with grief.

10/17/2014