The latest numbers by the National Corn Growers Association show that a bushel of corn is selling for a little more than $5 a bushel, down from nearly $7 last year.
Recovery has been rougher in some areas than others in the year after Superstorm Sandy.
If you can’t seem to find the right Halloween costume this year because everything looks too tight, you’re not alone. Experts have some advice on ways to navigate the racy of frightening fashion.
Another celebrity has taken to Twitter to shame Hollywood’s most scantily clad with some harsh words.
Joan’s Closet is giving more than 200 Manhattan School of Music students in need access to high-end, gently used dresses to wear at auditions.
Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said Monday that the NYPD was engaging the help of officials in New Jersey and Long Island in the search for Avonte Oquendo.
When residents complained about the condition of a house in Denville, N.J., the owner responded with an in-your-face exterior makeover.
Avonte Oquendo was last seen at 12:38 p.m. on Friday leaving the Center Boulevard School on 51st Avenue in Long Island City.
The calendar says October, but it felt more like August outside Tuesday. But what can you wear during such a tricky transition to fall?
A northern New Jersey condominium complex is taking a scientific approach to catch dog owners who don’t scoop the poop.
The show features former Jets linebacker Bart Scott, along with Brandon Tierney and a number of other panelists.
Every Sunday morning around 8:20 on the CBS 2 News, the Humane Society of New York City will feature some of its many great pets up for adoption.
More and more dogs and cats are treating electronics like play things. The habit is hard on your wallet and it could also pose a digital danger to your pets.
Nassau County authorities are urging people to be extra vigilant over the next 10 days.
Labor Day is a day meant to salute the American worker and this year it gave New Yorkers a different look at Manhattan where the streets and sights were without their usual massive crowds.