McDonald's Tests Out Smaller, Faster Store In Jersey CityThe world's biggest burger chain is testing out a new restaurant model in Jersey City as part of an effort to meet its customers' demands for convenience and speed.
De Blasio On Hot Seat Amid Campaign Finance Probe SubpoenasCity Hall received subpoenas from the U.S. attorney's office in Manhattan and from the Manhattan district attorney's office, mayoral counsel Maya Wiley said Wednesday.
CBS2 Exclusive: Woman Recalls Violent Run-In With Alleged Serial AttackerChief of Detectives Bob Boyce said Clarence Jones was arrested Monday morning at 11:35 a.m. on Lincoln Place.
New York City Comptroller To Audit Board Of Election Due To Hundreds Of Thousands Of Polling ProblemsIt's primary day in New York and as many voters scramble to cast their ballots before, during, and after work, some are also running into some unfortunate circumstances.
New Yorkers Head To The Polls As Trump, Clinton Look For Wins On Home TurfRepublican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton hope to emerge victorious from Tuesday's primaries in New York, contests that offer big delegate hauls and an opportunity for the front-runners to inch closer to their parties' nominations.
Official: Survival Of Pilot, Passenger In Bayport Small Plane Crash 'Nothing Short Of A Miracle'Suffolk County Police Commissioner Tim Sini said the Piper 28 was trying to return to the Bayport Aerodrome after experiencing engine trouble when it crashed.
Mets Fans Excited For Home Opener Against PhilliesEager to celebrate a scintillating 2015 season with their rejuvenated fans, the team will raise its National League championship banner before the players take on Philadelphia.
Teaneck Plans To Use Air Horns To Deal With Wild Turkey ProblemOfficials say they've received about a dozen complaints from residents reporting aggressive wild turkeys.
Study: LIRR Babylon Line Racked Up 450,000 Hours Of Delays In One YearFor the third year in a row, the Long Island Rail Road's Babylon line has taken the gold in two categories in the Tri-State Transportation Campaign "Laggy Awards."
NYC Taxi Commission Prepares Crackdown On Sexual HarassmentCab drivers would be barred from any conversation related to sexual acts or contact. They also would have to refrain from making remarks referring to sexual conduct, gender and physical appearance under the proposed rule changes.
Former NYPD Officer Peter Liang Meets With Akai Gurley's GirlfriendAkai Gurley's family said they believe Peter Liang should serve time in prison.
2016 New York International Auto Show Rolls Into TownFrom luxury sport utility vehicles to sports cars, there's something for everyone at the 2016 New York International Auto Show.

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