New York State Lawmaker Looks To Outlaw The Recording Of Violent CrimesThe victim in the senseless beating is her 15-year-old daughter. Someone recorded the attack on their phone and shared it with the world.
Nutley Crew Team Interrupts Practice To Rescue Man In Passaic RiverThe practice started out like any other for the Nutley High School crew team. They launched from their boathouse in Kearny and headed down the Passaic River and then back again.
Furry Friend Finder: Harris And LaurieEvery Sunday morning around 8:20 on CBS2, The Humane Society of New York features some of its many great pets up for adoption.
March Of Dimes Helped Premature Baby Tremendously, Family SaysThousands of New Yorkers are joining the movement to help make sure every baby gets a healthy starting life.
Furry Friend Finder: Rosie And BubblesEvery Sunday morning around 8:20 on CBS2, The Humane Society of New York features some of its many great pets up for adoption.
Queens Students Turn Graffiti-Covered Underpass Into Map Of NeighborhoodsSpring break is a time to unwind and relax for most teens, but this week has been nothing like that for a group of high school students from Queens.
Heated Lacrosse Stick Could Be Game Changer For Teams From Cooler ClimesIf only all lacrosse games could be played on days so picture perfect that no long sleeves or gloves are required -- in reality, it can become freezing cold on the field.
Storms Bring Drenching Rain And Knocks Down Trees; Lightning Sets L.I. House AblazeA storm system left the Tri-State Area awash Thursday, and also ripped down trees and sent a lightning bolt that left a Long Island house ablaze.
Rain Raises Flooding Concerns At Oradell ReservoirThere are concerns more rain could mean flooding in Bergen County, New Jersey where the Oradell Reservoir is over-capacity with water levels at 103 percent.
Gas Line Replacement To Blame For Flooding In Dyker Heights Homes, Neighbors SayGas line replacement has gone bad in Dyker Heights, Brooklyn, and neighbors on one block say no one wants to step up and fix the problems.
'Who Would Do That?' Volunteer Firefighter’s Boots Stolen As He Battled Red Bank BlazeThey were just regular work boots -- a newer version of the ones he now wears. They cost about $150, but it's not about they money.
MTA Trashes Pilot Program Removing Garbage Cans From Subway StationsThe experiment was intended to encourage commuters to bring their trash with them as they traveled.

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