CBS2 Exclusive: Staten Island Neighborhood Unites Against Hateful GraffitiA father found his car covered with offensive and racist graffiti near his Staten Island home.
Pregnant Mother Struck By Car, Killed On Staten IslandA pregnant woman was struck and killed by a car on Staten Island just hours after another pedestrian was killed in an unrelated crash on the same street.
CBS2 Exclusive: Video Shows Staten Island Serial Robbery Suspect In ActionExclusive CBS2 video Friday night showed a man who police said has been on a robbery spree on Staten Island.
Lawyer For Suspect In Killing Of S.I. Groom-To-Be Says Client Acted In 'Self-Defense'Redinel Dervishaj, 35, pleaded not guilty when he appeared before a judge Friday. He is accused of killing 27-year-old Anthony Lacertosa in the midst of a brawl outside the Espana Restaurant in Annadale.
Final Farewell For Slain Staten Island Groom-To-BeAnthony Lacertosa died early Saturday morning after authorities say he was stabbed to death when a brawl erupted outside the Espana Restaurant in Annadale.
Suspect In Murder Of S.I. Groom-To-Be Waives ExtraditionRedinel Dervishaj, 35, was arrested Tuesday in Illinois. U.S Marshals, sheriffs and other law enforcement officials received a tip Tuesday that the accused stabbing suspect was hiding out at his aunt's home outside Chicago.
Redinel Dervishaj, Suspect In Murder Of S.I. Groom-To-Be, Arrested In IllinoisRedinel Dervishaj, 35, is believed to be the restaurant employee who allegedly plunged a butcher knife into 27-year-old Anthony Lacertosa around 2 a.m. Saturday outside the Espana Restaurant in Annadale.
Hunt Continues For Staten Island Groom-To-Be's KillerAnthony Lacertosa, 25, was stabbed outside the Espana Restaurant in Annadale around 2 a.m. Saturday after a night of engagement celebrations.
Brother Of Groom Speaks Out On Fatal S.I. Stabbing"He was the happiest at this moment in his life, ready to start his own life, start his own family," said Joseph Lacertosa, the victim's brother.
Police Investigate Fatal Stabbing Of Groom On Staten IslandPolice interviewed several restaurant workers and took footage from a security camera installed on the pharmacy next door.
NYC To Remove PCB Contamination From SchoolsThe city will begin seeking bids for a 10-year, $708 million city-wide clean up. It's a move that for concerned parents and local elected officials couldn't come soon enough.
3 More NYC Schools Found With Elevated PCBsThe agency took 14 samples from light fixtures at P.S. 206, P.S. 37 and P.S. 112 and found that 12 were above the regulatory limit. The three schools are located at 508 E. 120th St.