Demetra Ganias

New York Jets fans Doug Rota, left, and John Cappiello, of Norwalk Conn., right, gather in Times Square with other fans during a rally, Thursday, Jan. 20, 2011, in New York. The Jets will play the Pittsburgh Steelers for the NFL football AFC Championship game, Sunday, Jan. 23 in Pittsburgh. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)

Fans Heckle Bloomberg At Jets Rally In Times Square

If you’re a Jets Fan, Times Square was the place to be Thursday night. Well, except if you’re the mayor.


Hempstead Hammer Attack, Home Invasion Suspect (Surveillance Photo)

Hammer Attack Suspect Tied To Great Neck Break-In

A man wanted in a violent hammer attack of a Hempstead woman last year, has been connected via DNA to the rape of a 2-year-old Texas girl and one of six violent break-ins on L.I., Nassau Police said.


Schools Chancellor Cathie Black speaks at P.S. 262 - Brooklyn, NY - Jan 3, 2011 - Photo: Rich Lamb / WCBS 880

Parents To Mayor: Make Up Your Mind On School Closings

It’s a waiting game to find out if New York City children will go to school Wednesday. And some parents are angry saying Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s late call will leave them scrambling for child care.


Snow plows are seen lined up - Hempstead, NY - Jan 11, 2011 - Photo: Sophia Hall / WCBS 880

Videos: Tri-State Hunkers Down For Storm

Another major snow storm is taking aim on the Tri-State area and CBS 2 is on the ground getting the latest information.


P.S. 36 (credit: CBS 2)

10 NYC Classrooms Closed For PCB Testing

The city said replacing the fixtures at approximately 800 schools would cost $1 billion.


P.S. 36 (credit: CBS 2)

Staten Island School PCB Problem Infuriates Parents

Toxic troubles have hit a school on Staten Island after elevated PCB levels were detected at P.S. 36 in Annadale. Despite attemptes by parents to keep it off limits, the school is open for business today.