Woman, 75, Killed When Grandson Accidentally Strikes Her With Vehicle In Queens, Sources SayA 75-year-old woman was killed this weekend after her grandson accidentally backed up a vehicle and rolled over a woman in Queens, police sources said.
Police: Robber Has Held Up Convenience Stores, Gas Stations In Eastern QueensPolice on Monday were searching for a suspect in a string of robberies that targeted two convenience stores, a gas station and a hardware store in Queens.
Queens Residents Wake Up To Find Section Of Town VandalizedOn Friday morning authorities initially discovered 11 vandalized cars. Four of those cars were tagged with swastikas. By the end of the day the count had reached 18.
State Senate Votes To Rename Nassau County Bridge For Slain Police OfficerThe New York State Senate on Tuesday approved legislation to rename a bridge in Bellerose, Long Island, for a Nassau County police officer who was shot and killed in the line of duty last fall.
Manhole Fire Cuts Power In Eastern QueensA manhole fire cut power to customers Tuesday afternoon in eastern Queens.
Some Queens Residents Call On City To Spray For West Nile VirusSen. Tony Avella said Nassau County has been conducting a series of treatments along the Queens and Nassau County border but the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene has yet to spray along the Queens side of the border.
Heroic Queens Lifeguard Visits The CouchShe is 21-years-old, looks more like a teenager - and is hardly your typical vision of the heroic lifeguard. But Emily Harms from Bellerose, Queens, is all that and more. Earlier this week, she saved the life of an 11-year-old boy. She visited The Couch to share her story.
Queens Lifeguard Emily Harms Hailed As Hero After Rescuing 11-Year-Old From DrowningAn 11-year-old boy might not be alive if not for her heroism and CBS 2's Scott Rapoport spoke with her Thursday to hear the remarkable story.
Middle School Student Allegedly Sells Pot Brownies In QueensThe incident happened at Intermediate School 208 in Bellerose.
Neighbors Complain Of Unsanitary Condition At 'Super Halal Meat' In Queens The Deptartment of Agriculture and Markets said Super Halal, open only a year, was fined for critical deficiencies in July, August, and September of this year.
Pair Of Suspected Police Impersonators Arrested On Long IslandNassau County police said Marylynn De Joseph of Bellerose and Twayne Dash of Queens have been charged with criminal impersonation, robbery and conspiracy.
No Arrest Made In 9-Car Smash Up; Queens Family Outraged A Queens family is outraged that four of their parked cars were smashed by an out of control driver who was not arrested.