Staten Island Woman Fighting To Keep Pet PigThe pig is special pals with her dog Milo and is even registered as an emotional support animal for her father, who's undergoing cancer treatments when he's in the house.
Staten Island Jewish Center Targeted With Bomb Threat, No Explosives FoundThe NYPD said a sticker with a swastika, the word "bomb," and today's date were found attacked to a bathroom wall.
Residents Frustrated With City's Cleanup In Wake Of Weekend Winter StormMost streets saw plows early and often, but as CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reported, some streets like Croton Avenue in Staten Island didn't see a snow plow until late Sunday afternoon.
Sources: 7-Month-Old Staten Island Boy Brought To Hospital With Bruises DiesThe NYPD is investigating the death of a 7-month-old Staten Island boy who was brought to Lutheran Hospital with bruising around his body.
2 Men Arrested Following Police-Involved Shooting On Staten IslandIt all happened around 1:10 a.m. Thursday as an NYPD sergeant and a police officer were responding to calls about shots fired in the Charleston section.
5 Best Sledding Spots In NYCWith the first significant snowfall arriving in New York City, we put together a list of our five favorite sledding areas throughout the five boroughs.
'I Was In Fear For My Life': Man Demands Armed Robbery Be Streamed Live On FacebookAbdul "AK" Aziz usually has fun with his customers at his Jersey Street deli on Staten Island, but when 30-year-old Rasheem Harrison walked in Wednesday morning and pulled out a huge knife, the fun stopped.
Four Years After Superstorm Sandy, Staten Island Woman Moves Into New Home In Old NeighborhoodA Staten Island woman has waited four long years to say "there's no place like home," after Superstorm Sandy nearly destroyed her house.
NYPD Helps Santa Make An Early Stop At Special Needs School On Staten IslandSanta got a little help from the NYPD as he made an early stop to hand out gifts to children at a special needs school on Staten Island.
Staten Island Car Break-Ins Caught On Surveillance CameraSurveillance video from a home in Westerleigh, Staten Island showed two people sneaking around cars parked in a driveway in the middle of a snowstorm.
Exclusive: Families Out In The Cold Due To New RegulationsExperts say new regulations and fees put in place by the New York City Department of Buildings in the wake of the deadly explosion on Second Avenue in March of 2015 are to blame for keeping the gas at one Staten Island family's home off since a minor leak was repaired Tuesday.
Staten Island Family Struggles To Keep Home Warm After National Grid Shuts Off GasA Staten Island family with a baby girl is running 11 space heaters to keep their home from freezing.

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