In 1987 Cher made a splash on the big screen in the movie Moonstruck, she won an Oscar for best actress, playing the role of Loretta Castorini.
The range was closed from 2000 to 2006, and during that time a number of new homes were built. Homeowners claim that they were told the range was moving and would not be reopened.
Former New York City mayor Ed Koch passed away Friday at the age of 88. Known for his outspoken personality and famous remarks, Koch was not shy about speaking his mind, often giving reporters plenty to write about.
WLNY TV 10-55 joined CBS 2 and six CBS radio stations in a team effort with the Red Cross, celebrities and generous viewers for a special day of fundraising on Thursday.
Kimberly Brillo was inside a plane that took off from East Hampton Airport and then crashed after losing power. She said that shortly after takeoff she could tell that there was a problem.
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.
The handling of sexual abuse cases in the Ultra-Orothodox Hasidic Jewish community has drawn increased criticism.
Exercise is a big part of our lives, and you find plenty of people toting a gym membership card. Joining that gym is one thing, but ending your membership can be quite another.
CBS 2 Consumer reporter Asa Aarons has more information on mobile bank apps, and the security risks involved.
CBS 2 Consumer reporter Asa Aarons has more information on consumer agencies, scam complaints and tips on how to protect yourself.
CBS 2 Consumer reporter Asa Aarons has more information on what to do if you’re injured or have a defective product.
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In this “Living Large” segment, CBS 2 goes inside a newly renovated $27 million home on the Upper East Side.
Did you see the interview with Jon Goldwater, Archie Comics Co-CEO, and William Sullivan, president of Ronald McDonald House New York, on CBS 2 this morning with Cindy Hsu?
His team puts eleven men on the field. But for the last few weeks NY Giants CEO John Mara has been one of 12 people in a box – a jury box.