Protesters Disrupt Traffic On George Washington Bridge, Cause Major DelaysProtesters chained themselves together on the George Washington Bridge, disrupting traffic during the height of the morning rush hour Wednesday.
Presidential Candidates Focus On Voters In Swing StatesHillary Clinton is going after undecided voters, while Donald Trump is vowing to go after his accusers, CBS2's Jessica Moore reported.
Inmates Help America’s Heroes Through ‘Puppies Behind Bars’ ProgramPuppies are transforming prisoners and military veterans. A New York woman is re-thinking the way inmates spend their time behind bars.
NYPD Officers Save 14-Month-Old Girl In The BronxOfficers Felix Baez and Giovanni Laguna were patrolling the area near 138 Street and Willis Avenue around 8:30 p.m. when they saw a young woman running down the street with a baby in her arms, yelling for help.
National Conversation Brings Hope For Prevention Of Sex Assault, HarassmentThe topics of sexual assault and harassment have captured headlines across the country recently.
CBS2 Exclusive: Nearly 23 Years Later, Police Seek To Solve Brooklyn Baby Girl's DeathMore than two decades have gone by, and there is still no justice for a baby murdered just after being born in Brooklyn.
Woman, 73, Dies After Being Struck By Commercial VanPjerin Gjerji was driving a commercial van when he struck a 73-year-old woman in the crosswalk at 89th Street and York Avenue around 3 p.m. Friday, police said.
Amtrak Service Restored After Freight Train Derailment In The BronxThe derailment took place around 9:15 a.m. in the CSX freight line yard near Bruckner Boulevard and Longwood Avenue in Hunts Point.
Woman Killed In NJ TRANSIT Crash Remembered As Kind, HappyFabiola Bittar de Kroon was the kind of person everyone loved, friends from her native Brazil said.
Nearly 250 Young Students In Paterson, NJ Suspended Last YearLast year, 238 kindergarten, first and second graders were sent on out-of-school suspensions. Contrast that with only 129 high school students.
Swipe Right For A Sidekick: App Helps Women Find New FriendsA new app called Hey! VINA is helping women in large cities, like New York, find new friends with the swipe of a finger.
Seen At 11: Online ‘Ugly Lists’ Could Damage More Than Just Your EgoCyber threat expert Chase Cunningham said millennials are increasingly becoming targets of the scams because they're the primary users of these sites.

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