2 Brooklyn Teens Found Safe After Getting Lost In Bear Mountain State ParkMoshe Lederich and Yosef Rothman were hiking with a group of six people in the Rockland County park when they got separated around 6:30 p.m. Thursday
CBS2 Gets Results: Christie Announces Initiatives To Curb Long Lines At NJ DMVProposed initiatives are aimed at strengthening the MVC's digital services -- including their website and digital driver's license services -- as well as eliminating online transaction fees.
'Final Five' Visit Empire State Building Before Heading To White HouseThe "Final Five," the gold medal winning U.S. Olympic gymnastics team, was welcomed home during a visit to the Empire State Building on Tuesday.
Westchester County Officials Fight Coast Guard Plan To Anchor Barges Along Hudson RiverSeveral mayors in Westchester County have formed an alliance in opposition to a Coast Guard proposal that would anchor barges in the Hudson River.
Attorneys To Submit Questions For Potential Jurors For Upcoming Bridgegate TrialThe next step in the Bridgegate case comes this week.
Opening Of Clara Francis Gallery Raises Profile Harlem Art SceneA new art gallery has opened in Harlem, in another step in the development of Harlem into a gallery district.
Items Auctioned Off After Iconic Four Seasons Restaurant ClosesThe famed Four Seasons restaurant recently closed after 57 years in business, and on Tuesday, buyers gathered to bid on the former eatery’s furniture.
Attorney: Quest To Find Answers In Shannan Gilbert's Death Will Go OnAn attorney says the death of a New York woman won't end the quest to confirm her suspicions that her daughter was a homicide victim.
Late Report Shows State Jobs Program UnderperformedA New York state job creation program seemingly has underperformed, and the news has come out at an unusual time.
Fourth Of July Weekend Kicks Off In New York CityNew York City is gearing up for the annual Macy's annual fireworks celebration, while many New Yorkers head out to the beach for 3-day holidays.
Excessive Lead Shuts Down Fountains, Sinks At Clarkstown SchoolsDozens of drinking fountains and sinks have been shut off in the Clarkstown School District, after high levels of lead were found in the water.
'We Don't Have Much Of A Race Anymore': Donald Trump Captures New York Republican PrimaryDonald Trump gets closer to the magic number of 1,237 as the billionaire captured the New York Republican primary Tuesday night, CBS News projects.

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