Ground Zero Worker Receives Pardon In Drug Case From Gov. CuomoCuomo, a Democrat, said that if Carlos Cardona is deported he might not be able to receive adequate health treatments for ailments he suffers after working in the Sept. 11, 2001, recovery effort.
Gov. Cuomo Asks For Federal Assistance To Help With 'Intolerable' Problems At Penn StationHe wants the federal government to help figure out and fund transportation alternatives while repair work is undertaken after a spate of problems including two derailments.
Debate Rages Over New York's Free Public College Plan For Middle Class StudentsSome in New York are rejoicing Monday, as students from families who earn less than $125,000 a year are now eligible for free public college tuition.
Gov. Cuomo Announces NY State Budget Deal One Week After DeadlineRepublican Senate Leader John Flanagan hasn't announced when he will call the Senate back to vote on the budget. The full Legislature is expected back in late April.
New York Lawmakers Hold Weekend Session To Try And Pass State BudgetNew York state leaders have blown through a budget deadline, but top lawmakers say they'll work through the weekend to pass a new state spending plan.
Governor Cuomo Announces Reconstruction Plan For Bruckner-Sheridan InterchangeIf Governor Cuomo gets his way, the Sheridan Expressway will be transformed into a boulevard.
NYPD Pledges To Step Up Security To Combat Rise In Hate CrimesWith Passover just a few weeks away, the city's top cops says they will be stepping up security outside synagogues and Jewish Community Centers.
Gov. Cuomo Pledges Aid For Four-Month-Old Iranian Girl Headed To US For Heart SurgeryAs WCBS 880's Kelly Waldron reports, four-month-old Fatemah Reshad's plight went viral when it was reported that she had been diagnosed with a heart condition and needed surgery unavailable in Iran.
Gov. Cuomo Urges New Yorkers To Prepare For Serious Coastal StormThe approaching nor'easter is expected to bring strong gusts of wind with heavy rain, snow, sleet, and freezing rain.
Report: Governor Cuomo To Boost Access To Abortions, ContraceptionUnder the new regulations, abortions deemed medically necessary by a doctor will no longer be subject to co-payments or annual deductibles.
System-Wide Underground MTA Wi-Fi, Cell Service To Start MondayCellphone and wi-fi coverage for AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless customers will be available across underground subway stations as of Monday, a year ahead of schedule.
Rockland Community Reacts To Call For Clemency In Brinks Robbery CaseGovernor Andrew Cuomo granted Judith Clark -- an imprisoned radical jailed in the infamous Brinks robbery of 1981 -- clemency on New Year's Eve. As CBS2's Lou Young reports, the decision is not sitting well with some in the Rockland community who are still scarred by the bloodshed.

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