A hit CBS show based on four generations of family being New York City cops is set to air its 100th episode.
Arctic air and wicked wind chills have followed the snow that fell across the Tri-State area, bringing bitter cold temperatures to much of the region.
In the animal world black and white pandas could be considered tops, at least price-wise. The Guinness Book of World Records lists them as the most expensive animal to keep in captivity.
Cases of the flu in New York have almost doubled in just a week. It’s a national epidemic and the worst part of the season has yet to arrive.
A desperate search has been launched for a Brooklyn man who has gone missing from a yoga retreat in Mexico.
A father stood accused Thursday of taking his children on what authorities say could have been a death ride – driving at unthinkable speeds while drunk.
The facility would include up to 1,000 slot machines and table games. OTB hopes to open the facility next year, but strong community opposition is already forming.
Police said thieves used a dump truck to crash into a Macy’s on Long Island early Tuesday, before making off with an ATM.
Olga Filkin, 44, was on a lift at Hunter Mountain in Greene County when she fell off around 2:15 p.m. Sunday, state police said.
Airfares seem to keep on climbing, but a 23-year-old computer whiz found a way to save you hundreds of dollars on airline tickets.
You don’t have to spend a fortune to give a quality or memorable gift.
According to the 22-count indictment, Carrasquillo allegedly groped or fondled nine female students who were between ages 8 and 11 years old on multiple occasions between Nov. 1, 2012 and Sept. 18, 2014.
The targets in Bay Ridge, Bensonhurst and Sunset Park included Our Lady of Angels, The Catholic Brothers Institute Residence and The Fourth Avenue Presbyterian Church, police said.
CBS2’s Emily Smith got together with Sabrina Sexton, with the Institute of Culinary Education, to talk about tips on how to avoid a dinner disaster this holiday.
A proposal by a Queens congressman would allow the Federal Emergency Management Agency to back off in its pursuit to recoup aid mistakenly paid out to Superstorm Sandy victims.