Long Island City

A woman suffered third-degree burns after a man threw a caustic chemical in her face in Long Island City, Queens. (credit: CBS2)

Police: Man Throws Caustic Liquid In Woman’s Face In Queens

A woman suffered severe burns after a man splashed an unknown substance in her face in Queens, police said.


Motivate CEO Jay Walder and others cut the ribbon at the first Citi Bike dock in Queens on Aug. 5, 2015, in Long Island City.  (Credit: Marla Diamond/WCBS 880)

Citi Bike Opens First Queens Docking Station In Long Island City

The bike-share network opened its first docking station in the borough in Long Island City on Wednesday.


Police went in after a good Samaritan and an officer who tried to rescue three teens in the East River on Friday, July 31. (Credit: acridjungle/Instagram)

Police Rescue Officer, Good Samaritan Who Went Into East River After Teens

A police officer jumped into the East River Friday evening to rescue a man who in turn had gone in to help three teens.


Citi Bikes.  (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

Citi Bike To Soon Expand To Neighborhoods In Queens And Brooklyn

Ninty-one new stations will be installed in early August, followed by an additional 48 stations on the Upper East and Upper West Sides.


Paramedics transport a man into an ambulance who had fallen through a subway grating in Long Island City, Queens, on June 2, 2015. (Credit: CBS2)

Man Trying To Retrieve Keys Falls Through Subway Grating In Long Island City

The accident happened just before 11 a.m. on Jackson Avenue near Court Square.


Drivers wait in line for monthly parking permits at the Court Square Municipal Garage in Long Island City, Queens. (Credit: CBS2)

Queens Drivers Frustrated As They Wait On Long Line For Parking Permits — Every Month

More than 100 people spent hours waiting on line Wednesday morning, for a special permit in a multi-level parking garage in Queens.


A taxi caught fire in Long Island City, Queens on Friday, May 1. (Credit: Jae9tre)

Queens Taxi Fire Briefly Snags 4 Subway Lines

The busy Queensboro Plaza subway station was engulfed in smoke and had to be evacuated Friday evening, after a taxi caught fire nearby.


Students from a Queens school had their field trip cut short after a fire at a hotel outside of Washington D.C. (Credit: Cadet Major Supta Sarker via CBS2)

Fire At Hotel Outside Of DC Destroys Belongings, Sends Students Home Early

A fire just outside of Washington D.C. cut a field trip short and destroyed most of the belongings of about 100 Queens high school students.


Hawk rescued from Ravenswood Power Plant. (credit: James O'Brien)

Red-Tailed Hawk Released After Getting Stuck In Queens Power Plant

A hawk was rescued, rehabbed and released in Queens Tuesday, after getting stuck inside the Ravenswood Generating Station.


Queens residents say they spotted a coyote roaming along a rooftop in Long Island City. (Credit: CBS2)

Queens Residents Spot Apparent Coyote On Roof Of Long Island City Bar

People in Queens did a double take on Monday, when a coyote was spotted roaming along the roof of a bar.


An artist's rendering of "The Sunbather," a sculpture proposed for the median at Jackson and 43rd avenues in Long Island City, Queens. (Credit: CBS2)

LIC Residents Not Pleased With City-Sponsored Plan For Big Pink Sculpture

An artist’s rendering depicts a sculpture for Long Island City, Queens as a blast of pink – 8 feet long – called “The Sunbather.”


(credit: The Irish Repertory Theatre / Facebook)

5 Great Places To Find Irish Culture In NYC

The list below details where you can go to get your Irish fix beyond the bar stool.


FILE - A police car patrols in Brooklyn. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Suspect Charged In Beating Death Of Man In Long Island City, Queens

A suspect has been arrested in charged in connection with the beating death of a man in Long Island City, Queens.


A spate of hybrid car battery thefts has struck several neighborhoods in Queens. (Credit: CBS2)

Rash Of Hybrid Car Battery Thefts Strikes Parts Of Queens

A highly-charged crime spree of sorts has erupted in Queens, and the ill-gotten goods being taken have been some of the most unusual in recent memory.


Xanax pills and a Taurus 9mm firearm allegedly recovered from Aaron Dockery after police say he fired at a nightclub bouncer in Long Island City, Queens. (Credit: NYPD)

Police: Man Caught After Allegedly Firing At Queens Club Bouncer

Police caught a man this week after he allegedly fired shots at bouncers who refused to let him back into a Long Island City, Queens nightclub.