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Hudson County Prosecutor's Office Detective Joseph Walker has advised people to keep their cool in road rage situations. He was acquitted in a fatal road rage shooting last year. (Credit: CBS2) CBS2 Exclusive: NJ Detective Acquitted In Road Rage Incident Advises Others To Keep Cool - New Jersey Police Detective Joseph Walker spoke exclusively about the case that had him facing murder charges in Maryland – and advised others to stay level-headed.
Protesters march through the streets of New York after learning at police officer Darren Wilson, of the Ferguson, MO police department, who fatally shot teenager Michael Brown on August 9, would not be indicted by a grand jury on November 24, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images) Protesters Take Over FDR, West Side Highway Night After Ferguson Decision - The website of the National Action Network is calling for noontime rallies around the country, including in New York City and in New Jersey in Newark, Atlantic City, Paterson and Camden.
(Credit: CBS2) Rain, Snow Threatens Thanksgiving Getaway - Some Thanksgiving travelers along the East Coast were heading out early because of a forecast calling for a nor'easter that will bring rain and snow.
Gregory Rocco, of Brooklyn, NY, looks at an iPhone 5C on display at the Fifth Avenue Apple store on September 20, 2013.   (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images) N.J. Senator Aims To Increase Punishment Of Leaked Private Photos, Videos - A New Jersey lawmaker wants to increase penalties for leaking a person's private videos and photos _ like the nude pictures of Jennifer Lawrence and other celebrities posted online earlier this year.
A surveillance image of two robbery suspects who allegedly took a woman's knapsack and sprayed her in the face on East 10th Street in the East Village. (Credit: NYPD) Police: Suspects Robbed Woman, Sprayed Her In Face In East Village - Police were searching for two suspects Tuesday, after a woman was robbed and sprayed her in the face in broad daylight in the East Village.
This jacket was left behind by a suspect in 11 burglaries of churches in southern Brooklyn, police say. (Credit: NYPD) Police: Burglar Struck 11 Churches In Southern Brooklyn This Fall - Police were asking for help from the public Tuesday in finding a suspect wanted in the burglary of 11 different Brooklyn churches this fall.
(Credit: Monica Miller/WCBS 880) Overnight Livery Cab Service Scaled Back After Spike In Attacks Against Drivers - It will be harder to catch a livery cab overnight as service scales back due to a spike in attacks against drivers.
FDNY truck/file (credit: Stan Honda/AFP/GettyImages) Firefighters Brave Smoke-Filled House To Save 6-Year-Old In Brooklyn - A firefighter raced into the second floor of a blazing Brooklyn home to save a small child trapped in a bedroom.
These shoes under development at Columbia University are intended to keep people with Parkinson's disease from freezing up while walking. (Credit: CBS2) Dr. Max Gomez: Testing Under Way For New Treatments For Parkinson’s Disease - Parkinson’s disease is a brain ailment that has affected celebrities from Muhammad Ali to Michael J. Fox and Linda Ronstadt. There are medications that can help – and patients have been exploring new treatments.
Newark Police vehicle (Credit: Gary Baumgarten/1010 WINS) Authorities: No Link Found Between Deadly Newark Shootings - Authorities say they have found no links connecting the fatal shootings of two men in Newark.
Workers say a brazen thief made off with a large amount of food meant for needy families on Long Island. (Credit: CBS2) Brazen Thief Makes Off With Food Meant For Needy Long Island Families - NEW YORK(CBSNewYork) — Just before Thanksgiving someone stole food meant for hundreds of needy families on Long Island, but an outpouring of response from the community may replace what the thief took. Shawn Labero is […]
This black duffel bag full of cocaine was found in a container of was agents expected to be wine at Port Newark. (Credit: U.S. Customs and Border Patrol) Authorities: More Than 35 Pounds Of Cocaine Found In Port Newark Shipment - Customs agents at Port Newark uncorked more than they bargained for after inspecting a ship in October.

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