'I Felt So Great:' 92-Year-Old WWII Veteran Gets High School Diploma In N.J.Vito Trause is five times older than the rest of his graduating class and proving it's never too late to get your degree.
CBS2 Exclusive: Woman Hurt When Subway Station Ceiling Collapsed Wants To See Changes“If I had been in a slightly different location, I might not be talking to you,” she tells CBS2's Ali Bauman in an exclusive interview.
DA: Gang Members Arrested In Brooklyn Used Basketball Code To Discuss ShootingsMore than a dozen alleged gang members were arrested this week in East Flatbush, Brooklyn in connection with multiple shootings.
New York Legislature Ends 2018 Session With Several Big-Ticket Items Left UndoneLawmakers couldn’t find the time to reach agreements on things like sports betting, revenge porn or keeping guns out of schools.
Battle Brewing To Keep Brooklyn Botanic Garden Out Of The ShadowsDevelopers want to put high-rises near the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, but the community says the buildings would cast shadows, leaving the foliage with little light.
Dos & Don’ts Of Sports Betting SuccessNow that sports betting is legal in New Jersey, you can become part of the billion dollar industry.
Queens Lawmaker Wants To Crack Down On 'Cash For Cars' Signs"Cash for Cars" signs around the city capture your attention with the promise of big bucks. Now, they’re capturing the attention of lawmakers.
‘I Was Devastated:’ N.J. Mother Says She Was Scammed Trying To Buy Dog For Her Terminally Ill SonMany of our viewers offered to help a New Jersey mom and her 6-year-old son, and one of them is putting his money where his mouth is.
Town Of Islip Residents Allege Discrimination Against Latino VotersThe 25 percent minority population in Islip is represented by an all-white town board and supervisor.
Good Samaritan Helps Save Girl, 6, Who Fell Onto Subway Tracks In BrooklynPolice said the girl had been riding a southbound D train with a group of people, including her mother and some other children.
Officials: 20 Firefighters Hurt Battling Staten Island Blaze That Started At Fire Marshal’s HouseThe flames broke out shortly after 7 p.m. at a fire marshal’s house on Steinway Avenue in the New Springville section.
CBS2 Exclusive: Metal From MTA Work Site Crashes Into Window Of Queens OfficeCBS2’s Dave Carlin heard exclusively from the man who was working inside.