Several Industries Start Hiring Seasonal EmployeesStarting in October, companies will add tens of thousands of seasonal employees, and often those temporary jobs turn into permanent ones.
6-Week-Old Baby Dies After Stroller Falls Down Brooklyn Elevator ShaftIt happened around 10:40 a.m. Thursday at an apartment building on Neptune Avenue.
Staten Island Building Owner Paints Warning To Heroin Dealers On His DoorStaten Island is in the grip of a heroin crisis, with dozens of deaths this year from overdoses.
Service Changes, Delays After LIRR Train Derails In New Hyde ParkCrews are still on the scene after a LIRR commuter train derailed in New Hyde Park late Saturday night, injuring 29 people.
Early-Morning Bay Ridge Bodega Shooting Leaves 4 HurtFour men were shot outside of M&S Mini Market on 3rd Avenue shortly before 4 a.m. Saturday.
Pick The Perfect Pumpkin This SeasonThis weekend and next area pumpkin patches will be packed with pickers. CBS2's Dave Carlin stops by Wightman's Farms in Morristown, New Jersey.
Queens Man, Afraid Of Becoming Homeless, Kept Dead Grandma In Plastic Bags, Police SayPolice say Christopher Fuhrer faces charges after police found the body of 85-year-old Erika Kraus-Breslin inside her home while conducting a wellness check.
‘Why Our Mom?’ Daughter Asks At Sentencing Of NJ Cop Who Killed Ex-WifeJust before the punishment came down two of his nine children told the judge that they hope he never gets out.
UWS Church Hosts Mass For First Time Since Shocking TheftMorning masses were held Sunday at the Holy Trinity Church on the Upper West Side, for the first time since vandals broke into the church last week.
The Results Are In! After MTA’s 2-Week Effort, Riders Say Tracks Are ‘Semi-Clean’We were promised cleaner subway tracks and the MTA said it has delivered. Operation Track Sweep ended Friday, after a 2 week push, so did it work?
Man Slashed In Face, Chest On Uptown D Train Near Bryant ParkThe stabbing took place on the uptown D train at around 10:18 a.m.
Psychopaths May Have A Better Chance Of Climbing The Corporate Ladder, Study FindsThe research found that as many as 21 percent of bosses studied have the psychopath traits, for comparison the prison population came in at 20 percent, and the general public at 1 percent.

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