Westchester Police Searching For Suspect In Armed AttacksThe first victim got off a train at the Metro-North station in Hartsdale Thursday just before 7:30 p.m. She walked over a bridge into Scarsdale where police say a man wearing a black ski mask and carrying a handgun grabbed her in her driveway.
Police Search For Three Suspects Wanted For Robbing Elderly Bronx ManThe individuals approached the 83-year-old male victim on Macombs Road around 9:00 p.m., according to police. They proceeded to punch and kick him before stealing his wallet -- which contained $240 in cash and several credit cards.
Snow Tapers Off Saturday Night; Frigid Cold Still Ahead SundayAccording to CBS2's Vanessa Murdock, the storm is expected to taper off by midnight Saturday, but not before leaving behind a slippery mess.
Suspected Fort Lauderdale Shooter Charged, Local Victim IdentifiedSantiago-Ruiz was charged with an act of violence at an international airport resulting in death -- which carries a maximum punishment of execution -- and weapons charges.
Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant To Close By 2021, Reports SayA person familiar with the agreement but not authorized to speak publicly confirmed the agreement on the condition of anonymity to The Associated Press on Friday.
Snow Could Slow Friday Commute In Parts Of Tri-State AreaSnow could cause slippery travel during Friday's commute in parts of Tri-State area.
Crowds Flock To Times Square For New Year's FestivitiesA crowd amassed once again in Times Square -- with many arriving hours ahead of time -- to watch the ball drop and ring in 2017.
Remembering The Life And Music Of George MichaelSinger George Michael has died at the age of 53, according to his publicist.
'I Was In Fear For My Life': Man Demands Armed Robbery Be Streamed Live On FacebookAbdul "AK" Aziz usually has fun with his customers at his Jersey Street deli on Staten Island, but when 30-year-old Rasheem Harrison walked in Wednesday morning and pulled out a huge knife, the fun stopped.
Exclusive: Families Out In The Cold Due To New RegulationsExperts say new regulations and fees put in place by the New York City Department of Buildings in the wake of the deadly explosion on Second Avenue in March of 2015 are to blame for keeping the gas at one Staten Island family's home off since a minor leak was repaired Tuesday.
Staten Island Family Struggles To Keep Home Warm After National Grid Shuts Off GasA Staten Island family with a baby girl is running 11 space heaters to keep their home from freezing.
Cold Can't Stop Last-Minute Holiday ShoppersNinety percent of Americans still have to finish their holiday shopping by one estimate, so expect a lot of company at the mall this weekend, even with the cold, snowy and icy forecast.

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