The Luzerne County Coroner said a preliminary autopsy report showed Chun Hsien “Michael” Deng died of “closed head injuries due to blunt force trauma.”
Chun “Michael” Deng, a 19-year-old freshman and pledge at Pi Delta Psi, died Monday while at a weekend retreat with the fraternity in Pennsylvania.
A growing number of stores are using discrete and sophisticated technology — including mannequins with facial-recognition cameras hidden in their eyes — to track shopper demographics in an effort to boost sales.
Police shot and killed a man in Perth Amboy, N.J. Wednesday afternoon, after he allegedly attacked an officer with a knife.
Safety officials have championed what’s known as positive train control technology for decades, but the railroad industry has sought to postpone having to install it because of the high cost and technological issues.
The Metro-North Rail Road will continue to provide shuttle buses and direct Hudson Line commuters to subway trains Tuesday, following the derailment in the Bronx that left four people dead.
With Thanksgiving here and gone and Chanukah in full effect, the mad rush of the holiday shopping season officially kicks off with Black Friday.
In a decision that has met with mixed reaction, more and more retailers have decided to open on Thanksgiving Day for pre-Black Friday sales.
Nearly half of recent college graduates say they can’t find jobs that require degrees, according to a recent Bureau of Labor Statistics study.
Investigators said 32-year-old Javier Villarini and 77-year-old Carlos Quinto are accused of inappropriately touching a 16-year-old boy on Sept. 11.
From website crashes to long holds on calls, the issues involved with the unveiling of the Affordable Care Act are well-documented. But now, could it be breaking couples up?
There is a new push to reduce the speed limit from 30 to 20 mph on many residential streets, CBS 2′s Don Champion reported.
In all, six kids who live in the small town of Highland in Ulster County have been diagnosed with childhood cancers in the past 20 months.
Hit hard by Superstorm Sandy a year ago, the Oakwood Beach neighborhood of Staten Island has become the first officially to give up on rebuilding.
Car break-ins in the 106th precinct have soared 62 percent within the past month.