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NJ Boy Scouts Leader Accused Of Exchanging Sexually Explicit Messages With ChildThe Monmouth County prosecutor’s office said 25-year-old Joseph Palermo, of Hazlet, has been charged with engendering the welfare of a child.
1 Hurt When Sidewalk Collapses In East VillageA portion of the sidewalk gave way in front of a nail salon and barber shop on East 4th Street shortly after 10:30 a.m. Saturday.
NY Lawmakers Push To Raise Federal Gas Tax By 1 Cent To Pay For Infrastructure ProjectsReps. Adriano Espaillat and Carolyn Maloney say the Investing In America Act would generate an additional $420 million in annual transit investments in New York.
Port Authority Police Officers Who Took Down Terror Suspect Help Out At Holiday Toy Drive In NewarkThe Port Authority police officers who took down a suspected terrorist when a bomb detonated inside a packed subway tunnel continued to serve the community at a toy drive in Newark.
New Hit-And-Run Alert System Takes Effect In New York CityThe system works similar to AMBER Alert, with notices being directly sent to cell phones with as description of who or what to be on the lookout for.
8 Hurt, Including 4 Kids, In Fast-Moving Apartment Fire In BrooklynFirefighters were called to a 16-floor apartment building on West 11th Street in Gravesend around 2 p.m. Saturday.
Father Of 3 Found Shot To Death Inside SUV In QueensA homicide investigation is underway after police say a man was discovered shot to death inside a vehicle in Queens early Saturday morning.
'Sweet Spot' With Mike Sugerman: Craft Spirits Coming On Strong In BrooklynBrothers Steven and Philip DeAngelo are cashing in on the craft spirit craze with their distillery in Brooklyn. Mike Sugerman has more in this week's Sweet Spot.
Journalist & Author Perry Garfinkel Talks About The Power Of Ayurvedic MedicineJournalist and author Perry Garfinkel has come to know the ancient Indian medical practice of Ayurveda first hand.
Small Business Spotlight: KIDBOXIntroducing: KIDBOX, a service that sends clothing to children as they grow up. Joe Connolly has more in this week's Small Business Spotlight.
'Sweet Spot:' Choco-StoryOf the roughly 143 museums in New York City, Choco-Story has to be the tastiest. Mike Sugerman takes the tour in this week's Sweet Spot.
'Sweet Spot' With Mike Sugerman: White Plains High School Mariachi BandThe White Plains High School mariachi band is the only one of its kind in New York State public schools. Mike Sugerman has more in the "Sweet Spot."
Author Talks with Judge Frederic BlockWCBS reporter senior Judge for the Eastern District of New York, Frederic Block to talk about his newest novel, "Race to Judgement."
Killer Tide: Helping HandIn this week's Killer Tide special report, WCBS 880’s Marla Diamond joins volunteers as they lend a helping hand to addicts in the Bronx and Upper Manhattan.
Small Business Spotlight: Patricia Stark Talks Media & Public Speaking TrainingIn this week’s Small Business Spotlight, Joe Connolly sits down with popular media and public speaking trainer Patricia Stark.
Author Talks with Tim FerrissHost of WCBS 880's CEO Radio, Ray Hoffman talks to author Tim Ferriss about his newest book, "Tribe of Mentors: Short Life Advice From the Best in the World"
Small Business Spotlight: Enviowash Brings The Car Wash To YouWhen Mark Martilotta was laid off during the 2007 financial crisis, he turned something he saw in Costa Rica into a booming business. He tells Joe Connolly the story behind Enviowash in this week’s Small Business Spotlight.
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.
Vatican Issues New Rules For Relics In Saint-Making ProcessThe Vatican announced detailed new guidelines that govern how body parts and cremated remains are to be obtained, transferred and protected for eventual veneration.
Alabama Republican Roy Moore To Supporters: This Battle Is NOT OVER!Moore sent a fundraising email to supporters asking for contributions to his "election integrity fund' so he could investigate reports of voter fraud.
TSA Testing New Explosives Screening TechnologyThe new system is designed to spot hidden explosives and suicide vests, and uses special cameras to scan passengers.
Save The Date: Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Set Wedding DateSave the date! Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to marry on May 19, according to Buckingham Palace.
President Trump Calls For Changes To Immigration Policy, Discusses Possible Pardon For Michael FlynnPresident Donald Trump called for changes to immigration Friday morning.
Adorable King Penguin Finally Meets His New FamilyThe adorable 2-month-old King Penguin is the first to be successfully bred at the Jurong Bird Park in Singapore since 2008 -- making him the best Christmas present ever!
Back Stories: The Birth Of A StationWayne Cabot looks back to August 28, 1967 -- the first day Newsradio 880 went on air.
Back Stories: WCBS' Fearless Leader, William S. PaleyIn today’s Back Story, one WCBS pioneer tells us about another, as Charles Osgood looks back on the role Paley played as the man at the helm of the station.
Back Stories: Eye In The Sky Neal BuschIn today's Back Story, Tom Kaminski tells us about the man he calls a legend, Neal Busch.
Back Stories: The Station Gets A SongWhen the manager wanted the station to stand out, he called the “Jingle King,” Steve Karmen.
Back Stories: Morning Drive With Lou Adler & Jim DonnellyIn today's Back Story, WCBS Morning Drive anchor Wayne Cabot looks back on the Morning Drive team he grew up listening to, Lou Adler and Jim Donnelly.
Back Stories: Covering Mark David Chapman's Murder TrialWCBS reporter Irene Cornell remembers January 1981, when Mark David Chapman pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity to murdering John Lennon.