Judge Overturns Johnny Hincapie's Conviction In Infamous 1990 NYC Tourist MurderA man who maintains he was wrongly convicted in a notorious 1990 tourist killing deserves a new trial, a judge said Tuesday, throwing out a verdict in a case that helped crystallize an era of crime and fear in the nation's biggest city.
High Winds, Heavy Rains Pound Jersey ShoreThe National Weather Service has issued coastal flood warnings Friday with widespread tidal flooding expected during high tides throughout this weekend.
10 Dead, Including Gunman, In Shooting At Oregon Community CollegeThirteen people are dead and 20 others injured following a shooting at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon, according to the state's attorney general.
Jubilant Crowds Greet Pope Francis On His First Day In New York CityPope Francis arrived in New York late Thursday afternoon to thrilled crowds and exuberant cheers, as some called their encounter with the pontiff the “most precious moment” of their lives.
Police To Focus On 125th Street In Harlem In Effort To Deal With HomelessnessIn an effort to tackle homelessness one street at a time, police Commissioner Bill Bratton announced Tuesday that the problem is most amplified in Harlem on 125th Street, and the NYPD will focus resources there.
Road Closures Begin Ahead Of Pope Francis' VisitPreparations are in full swing for Pope Francis' visit to New York City this week as he wraps up his visit to Cuba Monday before heading to Washington DC.
Brooklyn Man Sought In Hotel Deaths Charged With MurderA 36-year-old Brooklyn man that police were seeking for questioning in connection with the deaths of two women has been charged with murder.
Resident Plans To Sue Highland Park For Cost Of Mandatory Sidewalk RepairsNewly laid slabs of concrete have created a big headache in the Borough of Highland Park.
U.S. Attorney: 10 Charged In New York City Synthetic Marijuana 'K2' CrackdownNYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton said the synthetic marijuana was flooding the streets, harming teenagers in public housing and the homeless in city shelters in particular.
CBS2 Exclusive: Sean Satha, Man James Blake Was Mistaken For In Arrest, Was Wrong Man TooThe photo of the man detectives thought they were looking for when they arrested James Blake last week turned out to be a case of mistaken identity too.
James Blake Wants Officer Fired After Mistaken Identity ArrestFormer tennis pro James Blake called on the NYPD Saturday to fire an officer who wrongly handcuffed him in a case of mistaken identity.
NYPD Releases James Blake Arrest Surveillance VideoBlake was mistakenly arrested by an officer outside a Midtown hotel Wednesday.