With the help of the app Yik Yak, nameless users across the country are making shooting and bomb threats, causing school lockdowns and even evacuations.
Fifteen stories above a Bronx apartment building stands, ice cascades downward from a frozen rooftop water tank. The scene is pretty from above, but dangerous to those down below.
A New Jersey couple does not have to pay for their 18-year-old daughter’s college education, a judge ruled Tuesday evening.
Police say the officer and his partner observed 23-year-old Christian Oliviere, of Brooklyn, recklessly driving an ATV, weaving in and out of traffic and riding on the sidewalk.
CTE is a degenerative brain disease linked to repeated blows to the head. Typically, it’s been found in football players and boxers, but now a soccer player has become the first in his sport to be publicly named with the disease.
There are dead rodents and bugs all over and the two families have been forced to share a neighbor’s kitchen and bathroom.
Luis Fajardo, 32, walked out of court a free man with his wife by his side after he was released on his own recognizance by a judge Tuesday after spending a night in jail.
In the past networking has typically meant lunch with a potential employer or dinner and drinks with a client.
Tracking human health through fitness devices is all the rage – how much we eat, how long we sleep. And some new devices gives us insight into our pets too, as it tracks our dogs.
A pregnant woman has died after she was struck by a private snow plow in Brooklyn, but doctors were able to save her baby.
Surveillance video captured a man tying the chow chow to a store gate before walking away while making the sign of the cross.
The ring operated out of Astramed, a purported medical clinic with multiple locations in the Bronx, prosecutors said. The pills have a street value of up to $550 million.
CBS 2 has learned about a booming counterfeit fragrance market, and experts say as many as 10 percent of all perfumes for sale are phonies.
After much hype about a “Seinfeld” reunion, the project was revealed during Super Bowl XLVIII – and Jerry Seinfeld said he was “pretty sure” no larger reunion was coming.
According to the Internet, the flashy fur coat worn by Joe Namath during the coin toss was one of the big stars of Super Bowl XLVIII. It even has its own Twitter account.