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Officials Urge Caution As Arctic Air Blankets Tri-State AreaThe deep freeze is only going to get worse with the coldest conditions expected over the weekend.
Trump, Sanders Make Stops In New York After Trouncing The Competition In New HampshireThe next stop on the presidential primary list: South Carolina and Nevada.
Presidential Candidates Push For Votes Ahead Of New Hampshire PrimaryThe presidential candidates are making their final pitch to New Hampshire voters ahead of Tuesday's primary.
Tribeca Residents Shaken But Not Surprised By Crane CollapseThe impact from a crane collapse that left one person dead and three others injured in Lower Manhattan had many nearby residents fearing the worst.
2 NYPD Officers Shot In Melrose Houses In The Bronx, 1 Suspect DeadTwo NYPD officers were shot Thursday night in the Melrose Houses development in the Bronx, and one suspect was killed by an apparent self-inflicted gunshot afterward.
NYPD Saves Suicidal Woman's Life Using Cell Phone Tracking TechA woman who was attempting to commit suicide was saved by a team of NYPD detectives after officials were able to track her text messages.
More Than 1,000 Longshoremen Walk Off The Job At Area PortsMore than 1,000 longshoremen walked off the job at area ports Friday afternoon.
Police: Man Tried To Kidnap 11-Year-Old Girl From Brooklyn Bus StopIt happened around 5:40 p.m. Thursday at the corner of Rogers Avenue and Albermarle Road.
Federal, Local Officials Address Spread Of Zika VirusHealth officials said the number of U.S. residents diagnosed with Zika infections in the past year has grown to 31, but said all of them are believed to have caught the infection while traveling abroad.
CBS2 Demands Answers: Lack Of Plowed Streets Sparks Frustration In Queens, The BronxA desperate plea for plows continues from residents of Queens and the Bronx Monday morning after being clobbered by a major winter storm over the weekend.
Jersey Shore Flooding Brings Back Memories Of SandyMajor highways are clear in New Jersey following the massive storm that clobbered the state, but many schools are closed Monday because snow remains a problem on local roads.
De Blasio Issues Emergency Declaration; Blizzard Moves In Early For NYCThe much-anticipated blizzard was striking the Tri-State Area earlier than expected Friday night, after Mayor Bill de Blasio issued a Winter Weather Emergency Declaration for the following day.

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