Rizzo The Dog Stolen During Strong-Arm Robbery In Queens, Police SayThe victim, 21, reportedly told police her ex-boyfriend, 23, his mother, and current girlfriend attacked and robbed her.
Flushing, Queens Neighbors Grow More And More Frustrated With Zombie HouseFed up in Flushing – residents say home in the Queens neighborhood has been neglected for decades, and they are having a really hard time getting anything done about it.
Crews Brave Bitter Cold To Fix Water Main Break In FlushingThe extreme cold is causing problems in Queens.
Queens Man Viciously Attacked After Answering Knock At His DoorA Queens man was brutally attacked after answering a knock at his door and now, police are on the hunt for the two men who did it.
71-Year-Old Man Struck By Hit-And-Run Driver In Flushing, QueensPolice said they were searching for a white SUV in connection with the crash that left the man in critical condition.
Health Officials Investigating Cluster Of Legionnaires' Disease In Flushing, QueensOf the 12 people who have been diagnosed so far, five of them are still in the hospital.
Officials Call For Stronger Regulations As Investigation Continues Into Deadly Bus Crash In QueensPolice said Raymond Mong, the 49-year-old driver of the Dahlia charter bus, was heading east on Northern Boulevard when crashed into the back of the MTA Q20 bus.
3 Dead, More Than A Dozen Others Hurt After 2 Buses Collide In Flushing, QueensIt happened at 6:18 a.m. Monday on Main Street and Northern Boulevard.
Tips For Navigating Asian Markets In FlushingSearching for authentic Chinese snacks and products? CBS2's Elle McLogan has some tips for you.
Several Hurt, Including Child, When Fire Truck Collides With SUV While Responding To Call In QueensAuthorities say the engine was heading to a fire on the 10th floor of a 25-story high rise in Flushing when the collision occurred near the intersection of Kissena Boulevard and Booth Memorial Avenue.
2 Cases Of Legionnaires’ Disease Reported At Queens BuildingTesting of the water supply continues at a New York City Housing Authority apartment complex in Queens where two cases of Legionnaires’ disease were reported.
Queens Residents Claim Parks Department Has Left Tennis Courts In DisarraySome Queens residents say they’re getting a backhand from the parks department. They claim the city has left their local tennis courts in disarray.