New Yorkers pay some of the highest electric bills in the country. But what if we told you that your bill could go down drastically and you don’t have to pay a thing, that you’d practically get something for nothing?
One of the golden couples of Hollywood – who got married in a lavish ceremony in Manhattan 13 years ago — may be splitting.
A new report has claimed the legendary battle of the sexes between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs was not fair play, and that Riggs threw the match to pay off a mob debt.
New York may be the city that never sleeps, but on Monday night, some West Side residents said construction workers on their block need to take a break and give them some peace and quiet.
More than 4,200 cars have been stolen in New York City this year alone, and they are easy targets for thieves. Some people were taking part Saturday in special programs aimed at cutting back on the trend.
A state assemblyman said Monday a study proves what New Jersey drivers have said all along – many red light cameras are snapping and sending tickets to people who did not break the law.
The boy, who is expected to survive, was able to get out of the Sea Serpent Roller Coaster at Deno’s Wonder Wheel Amusement Park on Wednesday.
CBS 2 has learned that NYPD officers have been told to keep closer tabs on activity on city bridges, a directive issued two days after a flash mob party was held on the Manhattan Bridge’s walkway.
The men posed as utility workers and forced their way inside a home where investigators said they pushed the victim down a flight of stairs and started ransacking her home, looking for cash and jewelry.
The bridge, which connected the West Eighth Street subway station to the New York Aquarium and boardwalk, had stood for more than 50 years, but fell into disrepair.
Jennifer Rosoff stepped out to smoke a cigarette on the balcony of her corner apartment when she either leaned against or sat on the railing, police said.
Eight-month-old Angela Paredes died Tuesday after police said a bus driver was using his cell phone when he lost control and triggered a chain reaction crash.
Police said 17-year-old Natasha Martinez was walking home from work alone around 11 p.m. Monday when a man came up behind her on 85th Street in Woodhaven and stabbed her nearly a dozen times.
A fire on Long Island could have ended in tragedy, as a grandmother and her grandson were sleeping as it broke out.
Heather Burke was taking the subway to work when she was violently slashed as the train pulled into the 59th Street and Lexington Avenue station.