Arborist Offers Advice On What To Do With Troublesome Trees After Destructive StormsAs people brace for the third nor'easter in less than three weeks, they face a nagging concern. They're worried this storm will knock down even more trees.
NYC Hits Record High Temperatures As Many Take Advantage Of Warm WeatherBy midday Wednesday, it was 78 degrees in the city, breaking the previous record of 68 that was set back in 1930.
Winter Storm Warning In Effect As Wet Snow Falls Across Tri-State AreaHeavy snow is possible for parts of the area, with accumulations between four to six inches expected.
Actor Michael B. Jordan Praises #BlackPantherChallengeJordan, a Newark native and one of the film's stars, attended a screening for young adults as part of the Newark International Film Festival.
Wet Weather Gives Way To Flooding, Icy Road ConditionsWet weather made traveling across the Tri-State Area difficult and dangerous Wednesday.
Multi-Vehicle Crash Snarls Traffic On Gov. Mario M. Cuomo BridgeIt all started around 9:30 a.m. when a tractor-trailer driving toward Rockland County jackknifed, setting off a series of crashes involving 25 vehicles.
Bay Shore Historical Society Helps Reunite People With Baby PicturesThousands of hospital photos taken of newborn babies in the 1950s and ‘60s have been found. Now, they’re being given to the families.
Kiss Between Tom Brady, 11-Year-Old Son Raises Questions About Parent-Child AffectionNew England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is catching some heat over a kiss he shared with his son.
'The Kids Treat Me Like A Rock Star': Teacher Who Won 2018 GRAMMY Music Educator Award Talks With CBS2Melissa Salguero, the winner of the 2018 GRAMMY Music Educator Award, is speaking out about what it was like to win.
#GRAMMYsSoMale Trends After Viewers Say Too Few Females Walked Away With Awards SundaySome viewers were disappointed by how few women walked away with the prestigious awards. The result? #GRAMMYsSoMale
Student Activists Renew Call To Allow Women Into Fraternities At YaleAs CBS2's Elise Finch reported, fraternities and their houses are often associated with privilege, exclusion, and bad behavior.
With Temperature Swings, Potholes Causing Problems Earlier Than UsualBitterly cold temperatures followed by a warmup typically lead to potholes – and they are already a problem in the Tri-State Area with the temperature swings this winter.