N.Y. Assembly Members To Strengthen Abortion ProtectionsThe New York State Assembly has voted to strengthen the state’s abortion protections in advance of the Trump presidency.
CBS2 Exclusive: Dozens Charged In ‘Dangerous’ Gas Meter Installation ScamSources say a group of National Grid employees led by a former employee are accused of installing gas meters without inspections or authorization.
O'Neill Open To Reopening Date Rape Cases After NYPD Captain's Comments On 'True Stranger Rapes'NYPD Commissioner James O’Neill said he is open to reopening unsolved date rape cases after a precinct commander’s comments that seemed to downplay that crime.
Baby Girl Fights For Her Life After Being Found With Broken Bones In The BronxThe child's mother and father have both been taken in for questioning. No one has been charged with a crime as yet.
Former Senator Al D'Amato Escorted Off JetBlue FlightThe incident took place at around 8 p.m. Monday night aboard a plane in Fort Lauderdale that was set to fly to John F. Kennedy International Airport.
91-Year-Old Gay Veteran's Discharge Retroactively Changed To 'Honorable'After waiting for 70 years, a gay veteran from Norwalk, Connecticut is finally getting the recognition he deserves.
Back Stories: The Mystery Behind Queens Borough President Donald ManesThe story of Donald Manes is one of corruption, drama and lies.
Prosecutors: Man Used Dating Sites To Con Women Out Of Money, Personal InformationAn alleged con artist masqueraded as a millionaire oil man to woo victims and steal their personal information, prosecutors said Tuesday.
Broken Water Main Triggers Steam Condition, Cuts Service On Upper East SideCity Councilman Dan Garodnick told CBS2 that roughly 450 customers were without water after the break.
50 People To Know: Radio Pioneer Alfred H. GrebeSince this storytelling series is tied to our radio station’s 50th anniversary, we wanted to use our first installment to tell you about someone who could be considered the father of Newsradio 880.
As Aleppo Crumbles, Local Professor Mohamed Alsiadi Preserves Its MusicMohamed Alsiadi describes the Aleppo of his youth as a vibrant city bursting with diversity, where the arts could flourish and he was able to study music, his life's passion. "I was lucky to grow up with that culture," said the Fordham and Rutgers University professor who has lived in the U.S. for about 20 years.
Retired Police Officer Accused Of Killing 4 Amid Cocaine ConspiracyNicholas Tartaglione could face the death penalty or life in prison if convicted.

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