Giving Thanks: What New Yorkers Are Grateful For This Holiday SeasonWLNY TV 10/55's Long Island Bureau Chief Richard Rose went out to see what folks in New York were celebrating this Thanksgiving.
Thousands Run For A Cause In Annual Garden City Turkey TrotAround six thousand people participated in Garden City's annual 'Turkey Trot' race this year, with many clad in colorful and creative holiday-inspired costumes.
Shoppers Hit Stores For Start Of Black Friday RushFor many shoppers, Black Friday started early as retailers opened their doors Thursday night to kick off the biggest shopping holiday of the year.
Shoppers Ready To Snag Best Black Friday DealsRetailers are luring customers with deep discounts on everything from clothing to cars and electronics.
Seen At 11: CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez Finds The 'Reflux Fix'As many as 7 million people in the United States are affected by heartburn, also known as acid reflux and GERD.
Proposed Legislation May Change Red Light To Yellow For NYC BicyclistsBrooklyn Councilman Antonio Reynoso's proposed legislation would allow bicyclists to treat stop signs and red lights as yield signs.
NYC Nonprofit Prepares 4,200 Thanksgiving Meals For Chronically IllGod’s Love We Deliver provides free meals to thousands of people with chronic illnesses in New York City, Long Island and New Jersey.
NJ Church Raises Funds To Welcome Syrian Refugee FamilyA church in New Jersey voted unanimously to help sponsor a family of Syrian refugees who arrived in the United States earlier this week.
Shopping On Black Friday? Experts Say You Need A Game PlanOne expert says it's bad to go and look around without a game plan, because it leads to a lot of impulse buys.
Death Of Woman Struck During Yonkers Police Chase Leaves Loved Ones HeartbrokenLoved ones of a woman killed in a Yonkers police chase were heartbroken on Tuesday.
Seen At 11: What Does It Mean To 'Live Like A Millennial?'Millennials, or people in their 20s and 30s, are said to be the driving force of the times -- impacting fashion, culture and even the economy.
LI Officials: 'Too Many Exceptions' In Hit-And-Run Law ProposalRight now, impaired hit-and-run drivers face four years for leaving the scene, while avoiding sobriety tests that would subject them to up to fifteen years behind bars.