NJ Senate Democrats Put Brakes On Christie's Gas Tax ProposalSen. Paul Sarlo, the budget committee chairman, said lawmakers are continuing to work on a deal that is acceptable to the Assembly and Republican Gov. Chris Christie but there won't be a vote Thursday.
Christie Touts Transportation Plan, Agrees To Raising Gas Tax In New JerseyFor the first time in decades, a governor of New Jersey has agreed to a deal to raise the gas tax.
NYC Leaders Looking To Tackle K2 Synthetic Marijuana Drug Crisis In Bed-StuyNew York City leaders are looking to tackle the K2 synthetic marijuana drug crisis plaguing Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn, following a CBS2 report on Monday.
K2 Synthetic Marijuana Epidemic Plaguing Bed-StuyBed-Stuy, Brooklyn, is dealing with a synthetic marijuana epidemic.
Obama Designates Stonewall Inn As National Monument To Honor Gay RightsObama said the Stonewall National Monument will tell the story of the country's struggle for equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
Biologists Study What Kind Of Bacteria Is On New York City SubwaysA team of biologists want to know what sort of bacteria is riding on the subways with straphangers.
Paintball Attacks In Borough Park Jewish Community Deemed Possible Hate CrimesA series of paintball attacks has a Brooklyn neighborhood on edge, and police on Thursday were investigating whether they were hate crimes against the Jewish community.
NYPD: Man Linked To Knifepoint Robberies May Have Struck AgainAround 9:30 p.m. Monday, police said a man armed with a knife robbed a Subway restaurant on 20th Street in Far Rockaway.
Brooklyn DA: Construction Firms That Don't Protect Employees Will PayBrooklyn District Attorney Kenneth Thompson sent a message Monday to construction company owners who fail to protect their employees.
CBS2 Demanding Answers: Potholes Plague New Rochelle Months After WinterMost potholes have been filled by this time of year, but in one Westchester County city, such is not the case.
Animal Control Officer Killed In Newark Street ShootingPolice in the Newark area were searching Wednesday for a suspect who shot and killed a beloved animal control officer.
New York Town Wants To Charge Non-Residents Hundreds Per Year To Use Local ParkOrangetown wants to charge out-of-towners who use their park. The town's initial proposal is $250 a year for adults, $165 for teens, and $150 for children under the age of 12.

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