8-Year-Old Boy Found On J Train Tracks After Wandering Away From Charter SchoolThe boy was reported missing at around 12:20 p.m. Tuesday after walking out of the Brooklyn Excelsior Charter School in Bedford-Stuyvesant.
NYC Parents, Students Weigh In On Whether They Support No-Homework TrendNow that a number of New York City elementary school students no longer have homework, how do their parents feel about all their free time?
Some Parents Swapping Out Sweets For More Expensive Gifts This EasterPeople are starting to replace the traditional -- and relatively cheaper -- chocolates with expensive toys and clothes.
Efforts To Eliminate Morris County Zip Code Confusion Met With OppositionThe shared zip code and twin addresses have lead to mail mix-ups, credit problems, and longer wait times for emergency services in some cases.
Massive Tree Toppled By High Winds Slams Into Car In MahwahPowerful winds sent a 100 foot tree crashing to the ground in Mahwah. It landed on a car, crushing it, and critically injuring the 26-year-old driver.
Wind Advisory In Effect For NYC As Residents Brace Bitter TempsThe high wind advisory is in place for New York City, Hudson Valley, Long Island, and Connecticut until 8 p.m.
Kinnelon, Butler Zip Code Mix-Up Could Carry Serious Consequences, Residents SayTwo towns in New Jersey have the same zip code, and homeowners say identical addresses are leading to major mix-ups.
North Suburban Counties Get Clobbered After Snowstorm Shifts CourseWestchester County and other counties north of New York City got clobbered by the snowstorm Tuesday as its course shifted.
Parts Of Tri-State See Record-Breaking Temps As Summer-Like Weather Grips RegionA record high temperature of 82 degrees was set in Newark this afternoon, according to the National Weather Service. This breaks the old record of 80 degrees set in 1964.
New Yorkers Enjoy Taste Of Summer Weather In The FallIslip, Bridgeport and LaGuardia are likely to tie decades old records Monday if the areas reach the forecast highs of 76, 79 and 80 degrees respectively.
‘We Mourn With You,’ FDNY Remembers Fallen Firefighters On Emotional Memorial DayA somber service was held in Manhattan on Wednesday, for the men and women of the FDNY who died in the line of duty.
Study: Storms Like Hurricane Sandy Could Hit Tri-State Area More FrequentlyA team of researchers created a computer model that predicts the likelihood of other Sandy-like flood events in New York City, and the findings are alarming, CBS2's Elise Finch reports.

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