Ordinary Man, Extraordinary Story: Retired Bronx MTA Worker Cleans Up Graffiti One Tag At A TimeHe started three years ago in his own country club neighborhood in the Bronx, but has since branched out -- keeping a record of some 3,000 cleanups on his phone.
NYPD Officers ‘Fine’ After Positive Tests For Legionella BacteriaPolice say a second officer from the East Harlem precinct has been diagnosed with Legionnaires' disease.
No Relief In Sight For Straphangers As MTA Announces Service Changes To 14 Lines This WeekendSubway riders will need to pack their patience this weekend, 14 lines are affected by service changes due to maintenance and repair work.
Hate Filled Post Directed At Teen Could Cost Babylon Town Worker His JobA hate filled post on social media may cause a Long Island worker his job. The post was directed at a 17-year-old honor student who wears a hijab -- a head covering.
Car Lovers Flock To Mohegan Sun To Bid On Classic AutomobilesClassic car lovers are flocking to Connecticut this weekend for a huge auto auction.
Feds: Bronx Man Busted At JFK Was Syria-Bound With Plans To Join ISISA Bronx man has been charged with trying to aid the Islamic State group. The arrest of Saddam Mohamed Raishani was announced Thursday.
CBS2 Exclusive: ‘A Fatality Waiting To Happen,’ Parents Call Parks ATVs A Danger On The BeachThe parks department said the ATVs are driven by highly trained parks officers, and the vehicles allow them to enforce park rules.
Family Of Eric Garner Frustrated As Federal Probe Remains ActiveThe family of the slain man, Eric Garner, emerged from a private meeting Wednesday with Justice Department officials saying they had been told that the investigation was still active.
Long Beach Lifeguards Rush To Save Teen Caught In Rip CurrentThe currents have been the cause of multiple rescues, including a near drowning that nearly took the life of a young teen.
Park Slope ‘Street Seats’ An Urban Oasis For Some, A Nuisance For OthersStreet seats were designed to be a temporary oasis in the urban jungle -- vibrant public places for people to socialize and enjoy.
Duck Farms From Long Island’s Past Will Get New Life As Public ParksLong Island duck is known around the world, but most of the hundreds of duck farms are long gone.
Seen At 11: Hackers Can Access Sensitive Data If They Get A Hold Of Your Old PhoneIf you've sold or traded an old phone you might think that all of your old information was wiped away.

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