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Threats Prompt Cancellation Of 90-Year-Old Thanksgiving Day Football GameSafety concerns have forced school administrators to cancel an annual high school football game.
Turkey Day Detox: Expert Advice On Recovering From Your Thanksgiving BingeIf you're like the rest of us, you're probably going to overindulge on Thanksgiving.
Girl Scouts: Don’t Make Your Kids Hug Their Relatives At Thanksgiving DinnerFor a lot of children, holiday hugging is a must when they see family and friends.
Exclusive: 71-Year-Old Victim Of Kearny Hit-And-Run Speaks To CBS2Sylvia Dumschat, 71, was walking her dog when she was struck from behind around 6 p.m. in Kearny last Friday.
New Jersey Boy Taken Too Soon, But His Organs Save Multiple LivesOne New Jersey family turned the worst moment of their life into the most blessed for countless strangers.
Chris Christie Tells WFAN He's Optimistic Supreme Court Will Rule To Legalize NJ Sports BettingGov. Chris Christie says he feels good about New Jersey's chances of winning its yearslong battle over legalizing sports betting.
Millions Hitting The Roads, Skies And Rails For Thanksgiving Holiday WeekendAccording to AAA, 50.9 million Americans will travel 50 miles or more away from home for Thanksgiving.
Small Business Spotlight: Show Business With Sallie SlateSallie Slate knows there’s no business like show business. She sits down with Joe Connolly in this week's Small Business Spotlight.
Small Business Spotlight: Drexel HamiltonWhen Lawrence Doll founded his brokerage firm, he knew he wanted to hire fellow veterans. Now, he says about 40-42 percent of his employees at Drexel Hamilton are veterans, many of whom are disabled. Joe Connolly has more in this week's Small Business Spotlight.
WCBS Conversation: All CrazyWCBS reporter Marla Diamond sits down with a team of athletes behind the "All Crazy" mental health campaign.
'Sweet Spot:' Hitting The Ice With Blind SkatersWCBS 880's Mike Sugerman hits the ice with a group of blind or nearly blind skaters at Northwell Health Ice Center in East Meadow, New York.
'Sweet Spot With Mike Sugerman:' V-SportsVideo games are about to get real… virtually. In this week's Sweet Spot, Mike Sugerman watches former New York Yankee Johnny Damon take on U.S. soldiers in Saudi Arabia.
Small Business Spotlight: 'Wayfinding' With Via CollectiveFrom signs to maps and apps, Via Collective helps people navigate public spaces. Joe Connolly has more in this week's Small Business Spotlight.
'Sweet Spot:' Jimi Hendrix's Electric Lady StudiosEvery couple minutes, tourists from across the world find their way to Jimi Hendrix’s Electric Lady Studios on Eighth Street in the West Village. Mike Sugerman has more in this week's Sweet Spot.
Small Business Spotlight: Next Step RealtyBlair Brandt managed to find a new niche in an already crowded industry when he founded Next Step Realty, which provides one-day or even half-day apartment hunting in New York City.
'Sweet Spot:' New York Accent No Longer?Is the New York accent going away? While you might not know it, experts say the accent is changing. Mike Sugerman has more in this week's Sweet Spot.
Small Business Spotlight: Ewerton BorgesBorges came to New York City from Brazil, started out as a custodian, rose in the company, and eventually bought out a former competitor. He now runs Spectra Polymers & Color on Long Island. Joe Connolly shares his story in this week's Small Business Spotlight.
'Sweet Spot:' Long Island Vegetable OrchestraMeet the Long Island Vegetable Orchestra. They make their instruments out of vegetables, and they put their heart and soul into it. Mike Sugerman has more in this week's Sweet Spot.
Small Business Spotlight: StorefrontJoy Fan is a pop-up shop pro. She’s part of the team behind Storefront, an online marketplace for pop-up spaces. WCBS 880's Joe Connolly has more in this week's Small Business Spotlight.
Paralyzed Police Officer Gets Part Of His Life Back With 'Unbelievable' Smart HomeA paralyzed St. Louis police officer has gotten a small part of his life back thanks to a new smart home and hundreds of organizations and volunteers.
Bird's Eye View: World's Rarest Birds, Blue Spix's Macaws, Now On DisplayThe Wildlife Reserves Singapore just unveiled the Blue Spix's macaws and they’re beautiful.
Former USA Gymnastics Doctor Pleads Guilty To Sex ChargesDr. Larry Nassar, 54, was charged with molesting seven girls, mostly under the guise of treatment at his Lansing-area home and a campus clinic. All but one of his accusers was a gymnast.
U.S. Navy Plane Goes Down In Pacific Ocean Near JapanA U.S. Navy plane went down in the Pacific Ocean while participating in joint exercises with the Japanese military.
'Partridge Family' Star David Cassidy Dies"Partridge Family" star David Cassidy has died at the age of 67.
Data For 57 Million People Exposed In Uber HackHackers have stolen personal data from 57 million Uber customers and drivers, the ridesharing app said Tuesday.
Back Stories: A Lesson In Telling TimeFormer Afternoon Drive anchor Ben Farnsworth gets a lesson in telling time in today's Back Story.
Back Stories: Ed Ingles' Postgame InterviewsFormer WCBS Sports Director Ed Ingles tells us the back story of the time he upset former Chicago Blackhawks coach Billy Reay after a loss to the New York Rangers.
Back Stories: The Birth Of A StationWayne Cabot looks back to August 28, 1967 -- the first day Newsradio 880 went on air.
Back Stories: The Origin Of 'Newsradio'Wayne Cabot speaks with the man who came up with the phrase, Frank Sterbenz, a former WCBS research director.
Back Stories: Washington Jefferson Hotel Room Coated In CheeseIt was a stinky assignment, but someone had to cover it. Paul Murnane recalls the cheesy scene from 1999.
Back Stories: Former Gov. Cuomo, Mayor Koch Take Over The WCBS StudioIn today’s Back Story, former WCBS General Manager Ed Kiernan recalls what it was like having the two most powerful men in New York in the studio.