Emily Smith

How To Thaw Bitter Battle With Kids Over Bundling Up This WinterExperts say kids' hearts beat faster than adults and their metabolisms sometimes run overtime, making them less susceptible to the cold and less likely to want to bundle up.
Church Pastor's Van, Used For Helping Others, Stolen In BronxMiller opened the Good News Christian Church a few years ago, moving to the Bronx from Connecticut to help a community in need.
Flooding, Damage Causes Evacuation Of NJ Senior Housing CenterBurst pipes and flooding damage at a New Jersey housing center left several residents homeless for the second time in over a week.
NYPD Cruiser Slams Into Staten Island Flower ShopA police cruiser jumped a curb and slammed into a flower shop on Staten Island early Tuesday morning.
David Bowie Dies At 69 After Battle With CancerRepresentative Steve Martin said early Monday that Bowie died "peacefully'' and was surrounded by family.
‘Operation Santa’ Volunteers Sort Through Gift Requests From Around The CityOperation Santa volunteers at the post office on 33rd and 8th were on a mission Tuesday, as they sorted through requests from the five boroughs.
Best Low-Budget Gift Ideas For Last-Minute Holiday ShoppingCBS2's Emily Smith enlisted the help of personal shopper Ali Peters to help find gift ideas for those who are low on cash.
Wi-Fi Enabled Holiday Gifts Could Put Your Personal Information At RiskFrom tablets to smartphones, electronic devices are hot holiday gifts, but they could also put your information at risk.
Balmy December Weather Has New Yorkers Struggling To Find Holiday SpiritChristmas is less than two weeks away, but warm weather has been putting a damper on the holiday spirit.
'SantaCon' Sees Backlash From Lower East Side BusinessesNew York City's annual "SantaCon" event draws thousands of Santas into Manhattan to participate in a day of organized holiday bar hopping that also helps raise money for charity.
Despite Fears Of Terrorism, NYC Celebrates Thanksgiving At Annual Macy's ParadeCrowds are excited for the tradition, but also aware and extra alert less than two weeks after the terrorist attacks in Paris that left 130 people dead.
'Man In The High Castle' Subway Ads, Featuring Nazi Symbols, Removed From TrainsA set of controversial subway ads featuring what appear to be Nazi symbols has been removed, following a livid response.

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