Police: Man Exposed Himself, Tried To Rape Woman In Woodside, QueensThe alleged incident happened around 12:30 a.m. Thursday near Woodside Avenue and 61st Street in Woodside.
1-Year-Old Boy Grazed By Bullet In Brooklyn ShootingPolice swarmed the area of Sutter Avenue and Junius Street in Brownsville around 5:15 p.m., searching for the suspect.
CBS2 Exclusive: Gas Station Attendant Rushes To Help Cop Dragged By Car In QueensA manhunt was underway Saturday morning for the driver police say dragged an NYPD officer during a traffic stop in Queens.
Half-Billion Dollar Jackpot Up For Grabs In Saturday's Powerball DrawingThere were no jackpot winners Wednesday, making Saturday's drawing the eighth biggest jackpot in lottery history.
Trump Will Skip Kennedy Center Honors To Avoid 'Political Distraction'Each year, the Kennedy Center honors individuals for their work in the arts.
Bodies Of 2 Missing Fishermen Recovered Off ConnecticutThe search began Saturday morning after six people fishing near Penfield Reef were swept out to sea.
'We Have To Learn From Barcelona:' Councilman Calls For More Safety Barriers On SidewalksA New York City council member is calling on the city to install more safety barriers on sidewalks in places with high pedestrian traffic, following deadly crashes like those in Times Square and Barcelona.
'Sweet Spot' With Mike Sugerman: Cooling Off With CurlingWhen the weather is hot outside, come inside. Grab a broom. We’re going curling. WCBS 880's Mike Sugerman has more.
The Breaking Point: Teeming StreetsIn this new WCBS 880 special report series, Alex Silverman takes a closer look at the Tri-State Area’s transit nightmare.
Small Business Spotlight: Hometeam's Josh BrunoHometeam Founder and CEO Josh Bruno has an in-depth knowledge of the home health care industry. WCBS 880's Joe Connolly has more.
'Sweet Spot' With Mike Sugerman: Lebowski FestI’ll admit it right up front: I don’t get it. “The Big Lebowski” mania, that is. But fans at Lincoln Center set me straight the other night. WCBS 880's Mike Sugerman has more.
The Breaking Point: 'It's Far Out Of Whack'In this new WCBS 880 special report series, Alex Silverman takes a closer look at the Tri-State Area’s transit nightmare.
WCBS Hosts 'A Night Of New York Stories'The star-studded event celebrated WCBS Newsradio 880's 50 years of covering news in New York and featured performances from Tony Bennett and Paul Shaffer.
WCBS Author Talks with Dr. Bennet OmaluWCBS 880 afternoon anchor, Steve Scott, sits down with physician and subject of the film, "Concussion" to discuss his new book, "Truth Doesn't Have A Side."
Sweet Spot: Auditioning For The Brooklyn Nets' AnnouncerMike Sugerman reports.
The Breaking Point: The $8 Billion QuestionIn this new WCBS 880 special report series, Alex Silverman takes a closer look at the Tri-State Area’s transit nightmare.
Small Business Spotlight: Same Ole Line DudesIn this week's Small Business Spotlight, WCBS 880's Joe Connolly sits down with Same Ole Line Dudes founder Robert Samuel.
The Breaking Point: Sorry State Of The SubwayIn this new WCBS 880 special report series, Alex Silverman takes a closer look at the Tri-State Area’s transit nightmare.
Small Business Spotlight: Blue Fountain Media, Part 2This week in the Small Business Spotlight, host Joe Connolly sits back down with Gabriel Shaoolian who runs Blue Fountain Media.
N.J. Sisters, Ages 9 & 6, Stabbed To Death While Visiting Relatives In MarylandPolice said 24-year-old Antonio Williams confessed to killing his sister 6-year-old Nadira Withers and relatives Ariana, 9, and Ajayah, 6, Decree, of Newark.
Controversial 'Free Speech Rally' In Boston Cut Short After Massive Counter-ProtestThousands of leftist counter-protesters marched through downtown Boston on Saturday, chanting anti-Nazi slogans and waving signs condemning white nationalism.
Suspect Arrested In Deadly Shooting Of 2 Florida Police OfficersEverett Miller faces a charge of first-degree murder for the killing of Officer Matthew Baxter, who died Friday night after the attack. Sgt. Sam Howard died Saturday afternoon
Steve Bannon Out As White House Chief StrategistSteve Bannon's time as the White House chief strategist is over, according to reports.
Local Democrats, Republicans Weigh In On Steve Bannon's DepartureBannon took over the Trump campaign a year ago and went on to be the White House chief strategist, while quickly becoming the center of controversy.
CBS2's Lonnie Quinn Explains Monday's Total Solar EclipseAs we all know, the Earth revolves around the Sun, and the Moon revolves around the Earth. But at least twice a year, they fall into alignment, creating an eclipse.
How Does It Feel To Be Free? Subjects Of 'Crown Heights' Movie Talk To CityViewsIn the spring of 1980, a teenager is gunned down in the streets of Flatbush, Brooklyn. The police pressure a child witness to identify a suspect.
Rapper Meek Mill Arrested For Allegedly Riding ATV Through ManhattanThe "All Eyes on You" singer, whose real name is Robert Williams, was arrested Thursday night after investigators said he posted a video on social media showing him riding the ATV and doing wheelies.
Johnny Depp Visits Children's Hospital Dressed As Captain Jack SparrowJohnny Depp got into his iconic character of Captain Jack Sparrow to surprise patients at the BC Children's Hospital in Vancouver, Canada.
Jo Koy Back In NYC For Kevin Hart's 'Inglorious Pranksters'Pacific Northwest native Jo Koy is back in New York for Hart's new web series "Inglorious Pranksters."
Scaramucci Blasts Bannon On 'Late Night': 'Up To Me, He'd Be Gone'Former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci went on "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert" to say if it were up to him, top adviser Steve Bannon would be gone from President Donald Trump's administration.
Taylor Swift Awarded Symbolic $1 In Denver Groping TrialTaylor Swift was awarded $1 in the groping trial involving a DJ from Denver Monday.