Elyse Bulla and Vincent Sofi have lived on Stadium Avenue for nearly a decade. They love their neighborhood, but the city maintained trees on the grassy strip between the street and the sidewalk must go.
School kids find a way to stay sharp during summer classes, a trip to the Museum of Jewish Heritage, and a chance for New Yorkers to Mouth Off To Montone.
Oh deer. Talk about a feel-good story.
Cardiologist Dr. Franz Messerli says what’s in your coffee could affect your health — and we’re not talking about the caffeine.
Sleepwalking Dangers: Expert Warns Of Eating, Driving And Violence That Can Occur While Sleepwalking
Dr. Gary Zammit visited The Couch to discuss the dangerous aspects of sleepwalking – from driving, eating and getting violent, to the cases where people have used it as a defense in court.
A new study shows that as many as 1 in 3 adults recalls sleep walking at some point in their lives. One of those adults is Noel Schenck. She told CBS 2’s Chris Wragge that she began sleepwalking when she was 4 years old.
In her worst nightmare, Anna Moser never imagined she would also have to adjust to the loss of her 6-year-old “pumpkin,” Veronica Moser-Sullivan.
Eye On New York: The Creatures Of Light Exhibit, Fun In The Sun For Underprivileged Kids, And Finding A Summer Job
If you have ever wondered what makes fireflies glow or how you can land a job in a tough economy then check out the videos below for the latest edition of Eye On New York.
Many are still searching for answers following a devastating and deadly shooting at an Aurora, Colorado movie theater during a midnight showing of “The Dark Knight Rises.”
Starting Monday, the DOT will begin sending out a six-person team of inspectors who will provide information to restaurants on the Upper West Side about legal requirements as it relates to safety.
A visit to the Museum of Jewish Heritage, actor Ben Vereen, pool safety and more are all featured in this weeks episode of Eye On New York. CBS 2’s Chris Wragge has it all.
Heat Causes 2 To Faint At NJ Graduation Ceremony; Township Starts Summer Early Citing Extreme Temperatures
The sudden scorching temperatures led to some scary moments and forced officials to take some precautionary measures in New Jersey on Wednesday.
If you think staying off popular social networking sites, like Pinterest and MySpace, will protect your privacy, think again. A new study found your personal information is often on these sites … even though you’re not.
Tony Award winning actor and comedian James Corden talks to Dana Tyler about the hilarious Broadway hit “One Man, Two Guvnors”. New York City public school students are tackling important social issues through art. A newly developed research tool can help track history.
Police said teacher Rafael Sosa abused an 8-year-old student inside his third grade classroom at P.S 208 repeatedly between December and last week.