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Nathalie Narcisse said she was asleep in her bedroom when she woke to gunfire and a hot, searing pain she couldn’t immediately identify.
A lawyer for Joe Giudice announced in court Wednesday that his client was turning down a deal that would have resolved false identification charges.
The military uses drones to carry bombs or conduct surveillance, but anyone can buy a drone without a weapon that uses high-definition cameras and GPS, even criminals.
He was pulling on his ear, not talking on his phone, but a Brooklyn driver says an on-board camera kept him from getting an unjustified ticket.
New Jersey shoppers scrambled to safety on Sunday, when a car drove through a building. Witnesses say the elderly driver first rammed into the entrance and kept on driving.
The couple was reported missing three hours into their nighttime joy ride, but it took emergency crews another six hours to find them because their watercraft had no running lights.
A thief allegedly went on a spending spree after stealing credit cards from a woman’s car in the Riverdale section of the Bronx. But police now have a giant clue to help them track down a suspect.
Prosecutors on Thursday hoped a surveillance video released exclusively to CBS 2 would help solve the murder of a man who tried to help a stranger in Jersey City back in April.
The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs has responded to a CBS 2 exclusive, opening a review after the discovery that medical billing company M.D. Manage left sensitive information out in the open.
For one ship visiting New York for Fleet Week, there’s a special connection with a lower Manhattan firehouse.
A suspected carjacker was caught on video early Monday, as he clung to the side of a taxi while it sped down the Bruckner Expressway in the Bronx.
Abraham says he’s using his dashcam video to settle the score with a police officer who he claims gave him a ticket for no reason.
Complaints are becoming action after CBS 2 confronted the state’s stop transportation official, who admitted the roadway is an embarrassment.
Ron Collura, owner of Arata’s Delicatessen in Sea Cliff, said he feared for his safety when he called police and detained a suspicious teen in his store.
Twenty years ago this week the kidnapping, imprisonment, and torture of a Long Island child captured the attention of a nation.