NTSB: Blood, Urine Samples Taken From Engineer Involved In Deadly NJ TRANSIT Train CrashFederal investigators said the crew is cooperating but they still are unable to get to the rail cars following the NJ TRANSIT train crash at the Hoboken terminal that left one woman dead and injured more than 100 people.
Man Has Been Harassing Girls Near Schools In Roselle, Police SayPolice in Union County, are looking for a man who has been hanging out near a high school and middle school in Roselle.
Second Man In Custody In Bronx House Explosion That Killed FDNY Battalion ChiefPolice said they are questioning a person of interest in connection with the explosion, which happened Tuesday morning at a home on West 234th Street.
Suspect Made Anti-White Statements Before Slashing At Chelsea Grocery Store, Police SayAt 6 a.m. Friday, a 40-year-old man was standing inside of 245 9th Ave when he was cut with a knife -- causing a laceration to his left wrist.
Subway Riders 'Shocked' By Attack At 59th Street-Columbus Circle StationPolice said two men came up to a 25-year-old man and knocked him to the floor on the A train platform.
CBS2 Exclusive: 3 Good Samaritans Save Woman From Knife-Wielding Man In ClarkThree heroes saved a woman who was being threatened by a man with a knife in Clark, New Jersey.
De Blasio Meets With Chelsea Residents After Area ReopensWith the arrest of suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami, West 23rd Street between Sixth and Seventh was opened Monday, but a fitness center, an art gallery and a design studio still have damage.
Boy, 14, Charged In Connection With Fire Attack On Woman In MidtownA 14-year-old boy was arrested and charged late Friday in connection with one in a series of attacks on women whose clothing was set on fire in Midtown.
Suspect Charged With Robbing 86-Year-Old Wheelchair-Bound WomanPolice have arrested and charged a woman who they said was seen on surveillance video stealing an 86-year-old woman's purse as she sat outside in her wheelchair in the Bronx.
Hillary Clinton: I Didn't Lose ConsciousnessClinton was scheduled to attend fundraisers in California, but her doctor said Sunday that the Democratic candidate had been diagnosed with pneumonia.
NYC Sees Safest Summer In 22 Years, Police SayNew York City experienced the safest summer in 22 years when it comes to overall crimes reported, the NYPD announced Tuesday.
Hurricane Hermine Batters Florida As Tri-State Area PreparesFlorida residents are being told to expect up to 20 inches of rain and possible tornadoes. Gov. Rick Scott declared a state of emergency in more than 50 counties.

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