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A car jumped the curb and slammed into a grocery store in the East Village on June 19, 2013 (credit: John Montone/1010 WINS)

6 People Hurt After Car Jumps Curb In East Village

“I’ve never heard nothing like it, it was a big boom,” witness Willie Hankins said. “It was quite scary.”

06/19/2013

Bob Schwartz, owner of Eneslow Shoes, at the announcement about 2nd Avenue Restaurant & Retail Week - May 31, 2013 (credit: Monica Miller / WCBS 880)

2nd Avenue Restaurant And Retail Week Kicks Off Saturday

Discounts and specials will be offered by 27 restaurants and 30 retailers of businesses and will run through June 8. They run from 66th Street to 97th Street.

05/31/2013

Ambulance rushing to an emergency

3 Robbery Suspects In Custody, 2 Injured In East Harlem Crash

Three people were in custody – two of them with serious injuries – after a crash involving a group of people wanted by police early Saturday in East Harlem.

CBS New York–10/27/2012

Rep. Anthony Weiner announces his resignation - New York, NY - Jun 16, 2011 (credit: Mario Tama/Getty Images)

New Yorkers Sound Off On Anthony Weiner’s Potential Political Comeback

Anthony Weiner may be making a political comeback — possibly even a run for mayor — but it appears that New Yorkers aren’t ready to get on his bandwagon anytime soon.

07/15/2012

NYC resident Casey Neistat took his frustrations with obstructed bike lanes to YouTube, where he intentionally crashed into cones and cars blocking the lanes. (Credit: Casey Neistat)

Frustrated NYC Biker Uses YouTube To Spread Message Of Bike Lane Issues

A frustrated bike rider intentionally crashed into trucks, taxis, and even a police car on camera, but there was a message behind the two-wheeled madness that’s become a sensation on YouTube.

06/09/2011

A sign indicates a bus lane - New York, NY - File / Photo: CBS 2

Cameras Keep Watch Over Manhattan Bus Lanes

If you’re caught on camera in a bus lane during restricted hours, you can be fined by mail for between $115 and $150.

11/22/2010

Photo/Al Jones

Utility Issues Blamed For 2nd Ave. Subway Project Delays

Inspector General Barry L. Kluger says problems with awarding contracts have caused further delays and added another $120 million to the tab.

09/09/2010