Al Jones

Coastal Communities Ravaged By Sandy Prepare For Hurricane JoaquinCoastal communities aren't taking any chances as two storm systems set their sights on the Tri-State area.
City: 1 Dead From Morris Park Legionnaires' Disease ClusterOne person who contracted Legionnaires' disease in the Morris Park section of the Bronx has died, city officials said Wednesday.
More Cases Of Legionnaires' Disease Diagnosed In The Bronx; 7 Cooling Towers Test PositiveSources tell CBS2 there are now 10 cases linked to a cluster in Morris Park.
Police: Baby Found Dead After Being Thrown From Window In The BronxA baby was found dead outside a building in the Bronx Monday afternoon, apparently after being dropped out of a window.
Bushwick Neighborhood Divided Over Removal Of Yarn MuralArtist London Kaye said though she is reminded of how much time she invested in the project, she's OK with having to take the mural down.
Judge Overturns New York City's Ban On Styrofoam ContainersA New York Supreme Court judge has overturned New York City's ban on plastic foam containers such as egg cartons and to-go cups.
Former Tennis Pro James Blake Meets With De Blasio, BrattonJames Blake, the former tennis star who was tackled during a mistaken arrest by a New York City police officer, plans to meet with the mayor and police commissioner, according to his spokeswoman.
Straphangers Campaign Ranks No. 5 As Worst Subway Line; No. 7 Line Tops ListThe MTA agrees, saying extensive track work has created service disruptions on the 5 line.
City Officials Hold Interagency Security Training Exercise Ahead Of Papal VisitThe mayor and police commissioner held a roundtable interagency training exercise to talk about the specifics of the pope's security during his visit from Sept. 24 to Sept. 26.
NYPD Releases James Blake Arrest Surveillance VideoBlake was mistakenly arrested by an officer outside a Midtown hotel Wednesday.
Cuomo Announces Push For $15 Statewide Minimum WageIf approved, the minimum wage would nearly double from the current $8.75.
NYC Board Of Health Approves First-Of-Its-Kind Sodium Warnings On MenusThe city Board of Health voted unanimously Wednesday to require chain eateries to put salt-shaker symbols on menus to denote dishes with more than the recommended daily limit of 2,300 milligrams of sodium.