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CBS2 Exclusive: Suffolk Police Unit Leads County's Fight Against Brutal MS-13 Street GangCBS2's Jennifer McLogan rode along with the county's gang team to get a behind the scenes look at their efforts to take the vicious gang down.
Cuomo, Lhota Fault City Hall For Subway Homeless ProblemMayor Bill de Blasio and the NYPD were on the defensive Monday, after being slammed by the governor and head of the MTA for not doing enough to deal with the homeless problem in the subways.
Woman Becomes Second Person Charged In Brooklyn Home Invasion That Left Man, 91, DeadA second person was arrested and charged Monday in connection with a home invasion in Brooklyn last week that left a 91-year-old man dead.
JetBlue Flight From Boston Heads To JFK After Hitting BirdsA JetBlue flight from Boston to Las Vegas landed at John F. Kennedy International Airport Monday evening after it struck birds.
Drivers React To De Blasio's Plan To Ease Traffic Congestion In NYCNew Yorkers are sounding off on Mayor Bill de Blasio's a plan to cut down on traffic congestion in the city.
MTA: Emergency Subway Repairs Will Be Cut If MTA Doesn't Pay UpThe Metropolitan Transportation Authority is threatening to cut back emergency subway repairs if the city does not cough up hundreds of millions of dollars.
Children Recant Story About Man Stalking Them At Brooklyn HomeA man was released from custody Monday evening after two children recanted their story about being stalked at and around their Brooklyn home.
'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.
Author Talks with Kristen HadeedHost of CEO Radio on WCBS 880, Ray Hoffman, talks to Kristen Hadeed - the founder of Student Maid and author of "Permission To Screw Up"
'Sweet Spot:' Broadway's Dog WhispererBill Berloni is Broadway’s dog whisperer and American’s top theatrical animal trainer. Do you have a dog you think is a star? He'll be the one to let you know. Mike Sugerman has more in this week's Sweet Spot.
Small Business Spotlight: Dan & John's WingsIn just four years, Dan Borowski and John Henninger’s wings have become a huge hit. Their business, Dan & John's Wings, took off when a big company started following them on social media and brought their wings to Citi Field. Joe Connolly shares their story in this week's Small Business Spotlight.
'Sweet Spot:' Judo Knows No AgeWatching an 83-year-old man get womped in judo might not seem fair. Except the guy doing the womping is 92-year-old Jerry Vessichio.
Small Business Spotlight: AdHawkTodd Saunders & Dan Pratt used to work at Google and left to start their own Google AdWords advisory firm, AdHawk. They sit down with Joe Connolly in this week's Small Business Spotlight.
Author Talks with Harlan CobenWCBS anchor, Pat Farnack sits down with author Harlan Coben to talk about his new book, "Don't Let Go" and his series on Netflix, "Harlan Corben's The Five."
'Sweet Spot:' Meet The Voice Of The NYC Subway SystemIt could be the most recognizable phrase in New York: “Stand clear of the closing doors, please.” You know his voice, but his name? Mike Sugerman has more in this week's Sweet Spot.
Small Business Spotlight: How Nuchas Elevated The EmpanadaThis week, the Small Business Spotlight shines on Nuchas Founder & CEO Ariel Barbouth and his empanadas, or "hand-held foods."
President Trump Awards Medal Of Honor To Vietnam-Era Army MedicUnder gunfire, Captain Gary Mike Rose risked his own life to carry wounded comrades to safety.
Trump Calls On GOP To Pass Budget, Tackle Tax ReformPresident Donald Trump is set to head to Capitol Hill for action on a budget bill, and he hopes for a quick passage to move his agenda forward.
Recently Separated Conjoined Twins Making Speedy Recovery16-month-old twins Erin and Abby have spent the duration of their short lives in and out of hospital rooms because up until June 6, 2017, they were not only twins, but conjoined twins.
Rescue Calf 'Baby James' Enjoys Life With Adopted Family, Human and CanineNow fully on the mend, this rescued cow is living his best life after being taken in by the family (human and canine) who run the farm!
State Attorney General Launches Civil Rights Probe Into Weinstein CompanyNew York's attorney general has launched a civil rights investigation into The Weinstein Co. following sexual assault allegations against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.
38 Women Claim Director James Toback Sexually Harassed Them, Often Starting On NYC StreetsWriter and director James Toback, who got an Oscar nomination for writing “Bugsy,” has been accused of sexual harassment by 38 women in a report that was published Sunday in The Los Angeles Times.
Back Stories: An Anchor In An Angry StormMorning Drive anchor Michael Wallace remembers being pulled on the air early to cover Superstorm Sandy.
Back Stories: Meteorologist Todd Glickman’s Take On Superstorm SandyThis week in the WCBS Back Stories, we look back on Superstorm Sandy. Meteorologist Todd Glickman says by October 23, the storm’s path was pretty well predicted.
Back Stories: Bobby Valentine On The 2000 Subway SeriesFormer New York Mets manager Bobby Valentine remembers the 2000 Subway Series as a “special event.”
Back Stories: Bad Blood & Broken Bat In 2000 Subway SeriesAs WCBS reporter Peter Haskell recalls, the most memorable moment of the 2000 Subway Series came in Game 2.
Back Stories: Game 7 Of The 1986 World SeriesFormer WCBS sports reporter Bill Schweizter remembers when the New York Mets won the World Series in 1986.
Back Stories: The Definitive Style Of Lou MilianoFormer WCBS reporter Jody Fisher remembers his predecessor, Lou Miliano, as one of his radio heroes.