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L.I. Teen Set To Be Arraigned (Credit: CBS 2)

L.I. Teen Set To Be Arraigned After Allegedly Killing Two Friends While Driving Drunk

Ryan Foote’s two passengers, 18-year-old James McClease and 17-year-old Rashawn Minter, were both ejected from the car and died at the scene.


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Police: Two Teens Killed In Early Morning DWI Crash

Broken headlights and tire tracks mark the spot on Winters Drive in Mastic where two teens were killed in a crash that police say was the result of drunk driving.


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Living Lavish: NYC Buildings Now Offering Amenities You Have To See To Believe

One thing that never changes in Manhattan, finding a good deal on an apartment is tough. Vacancies for city rentals are near an all-time low and buildings are piling on the amenities to attract more and more renters.


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Job Seekers Brave The Heat In Queens For Chance To Join Plumbers Union

The heat couldn’t keep more than 1,000 people from setting up camp in the streets of Queens to get their hands on a piece of paper that could ultimately land them their dream job.


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NY State Lawmakers Pushing For New Law Governing Underage Body Piercing

Teens trying to get anything other than their ears pierced could soon be banned from doing so across New York State if their parents don’t sign-off on it for them.


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Metro-North Engineer Caught On Video Reading While Operating Train

The video, which was posted on YouTube, was taken by passenger John Bingham on a Metro-North train on the Harlem Line as it was heading from Wakefield to Grand Central Station Wednesday morning.


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Flyers Posted Throughout Chelsea Tell Tourists How To Behave Around High Line

Posted prominently on Chelsea streets in the 20s and 30s are mysterious flyers, calling on all High Line tourists to only walk in groups limited to two on the sidewalk, and to refrain from taking pictures.


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Yaphank Residents Saddened And Angered By Weed Problem In Area Lakes

People living in Yaphank, say the weed problem in area lakes is only getting worse and after meeting with New York State and Suffolk County officials, they see no progress.


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Plane Crash Victims Remembered At Farmingdale State College Commencement

Graduating students of Farmingdale State College arrived for commencement on Saturday morning. And just steps away was a congratulatory message, mixed with a message of sadness for the two students who died in a plane crash on Wednesday.


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‘Fifty Shades Of Grey’ Author Speaks In Westchester As Steamy Novel Sweeps Nation

Hundreds of women attended a lunch and book signing with E.L James in Westchester County Friday, while thousands more were turned away.


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Bronx Man Claims That He Was Burned During Surgery

A Bronx man claims that he was badly burned during surgery at Lincoln Hospital. Enrique Ruiz and his family told CBS 2’s Ann Mercogliano that they want answers.


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Shots Fired In NJ Gated Community, 1 Dead

A stroll through the neighborhood quickly turned into a walk from hell for a woman in New Brunswick, NJ.


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No Remains Found In SoHo Basement, Search For Etan Patz Will Continue

As rain poured on SoHo FBI Agents and the NYPD packed up their equipment and concluded Sunday’s search for the remains of Etan Patz. Patz disappeared on his way to catch a school bus thirty-three years ago.


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FBI Agents, NYPD Continue Renewed Search For Etan Patz

The renewed search for Etan Patz is continuing this weekend, and so far investigators haven’t found new evidence inside a SoHo building. FBI agents and the NYPD resumed their efforts this morning, looking for any sign of the boy who went missing three decades ago.


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Bloomberg: Dick Clark’s ‘Spirit Will Always Live On In Times Square’

The television host with the smooth voice and forever-young face, who died Wednesday at age 82, was appointment television for decades as Americans marked the end of one year and the beginning of another.