Excitement Building At Hofstra As Students Ready For DebateThis is the third consecutive presidential election cycle that Hofstra is playing host. It stepped in this summer after Wright State University, in Ohio, backed out.
Terminal B At LaGuardia Airport Returns To Normal After Suspicious Vehicle Prompts Overnight EvacuationThe scare began just before 11 p.m. Thursday with calls to authorities about the vehicle that was left unattended outside the terminal.
After A Sunny Summer Tri-State Area Wells And Reservoirs Are Drying UpA summer of brilliant sunshine and days of low humidity seem to give the summer that just passed a golden glow in our memories.
Residents Keep An Eye On Kids, Pets As Coyotes Go On The Prowl In WestchesterPeople have been keeping a close eye on their pets and children as coyotes go on the attack in Westchester County.
Port Chester Wants To Turn Distilleries Into Tourist AttractionPort Chester distilleries have seen explosive growth in New York’s production of craft beer and spirits the last eight years.
100-Year-Old Student Heads To Classes At Fordham UniversityA woman celebrated an unprecedented back-to-school milestone Thursday at the Manhattan campus of Fordham University.
Land For New Playground Sits Vacant As Yonkers Schoolchildren Play On Asphalt PatchesA solution has been offered for a Yonkers elementary school that lacks a proper playground for recess, but nothing has happened.
Bar Cars May Return To Metro-North's New Haven LineBar cars haven't been seen on the line since they were taken out of service in May 2014.
Never Forget: NYC Remembers 15th Anniversary Of 9/11 AttacksRelatives and loved ones of 9/11 victims will convene Sunday to mark the 15th anniversary of the terror attacks.
Bratton: It's Going To Take 'Years, And Years' To Defeat Terrorism, If EverBefore the 9/11 memorial ceremony kicked off in NYC, CBS2's Lou Young spoke with NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton and Deputy Commissioner of Intelligence and Counterterrorism John Miller on how terrorism and counterterrorism efforts have changed and evolved in years since the 9/11 attacks.
Plan To Rebuild Burned Edgewater, N.J. Apartment Complex Is Too Dangerous, Officials SayA key safety feature of a plan to rebuild a 240-unit apartment complex gutted by a massive blaze last year came under criticism during a presentation by the developer in northern New Jersey.
No Full-Time Kindergarten For Many Youngsters In East Ramapo DistrictA kindergarten crunch marred the first day back to school in on Rockland County district.

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