High Winds, Heavy Rains Pound Jersey ShoreThe National Weather Service has issued coastal flood warnings Friday with widespread tidal flooding expected during high tides throughout this weekend.
Pope Francis Inspires Volunteers To Build Home For Army Sergeant In YonkersPope Francis is touching hearts with his message of unity and service, and many are already trying to make a difference.
CBS2 Exclusive: Linden, N.J. Family Shocked When Drone Crashes Into HouseA drone with a video camera plowed into the roof of a home in Linden, New Jersey on Thursday, and questions remained a day later day about who was operating it and why.
You Can Donate A Joke To Help Pope Francis' CharitiesThe contest winner will be given the title of "honorary comedic adviser to the Pope," and $10,000 will be donated to their chosen charity.
Congregation Returns To Upper East Side Synagogue Destroyed By 2011 FireFor the first time since their synagogue was destroyed by a four years ago, members of an Upper East Side congregation returned to their house of worship.
New Jersey Residents Try To Conserve Water Amid Moderate DroughtWith a moderate drought underway in northern New Jersey, homeowners are being asked to conserve water.
Police: 59-Year-Old Woman Killed In Brooklyn Hit-And-RunPolice are looking for the driver of a white minivan that they say struck and killed a woman in Brooklyn early Sunday morning.
Police: Man Arrested In Connection With Theft Of Designer Purses In Bedford HillsDavis and his female accomplice are also suspected in similar high-end thefts at consignment shops on Long Island
Queens Home Invasion Victim Speaks Out After Early-Morning AttackSo far, no arrests have been made in the case.
Residents Worried After Air Gun Attacks Blow Out Multiple Windows In ChelseaGlass and windows have been left shattered by recent air gun attacks in the middle of the day in upscale Chelsea.
Annie Lennox's Daughter Rescued From Hudson, Boyfriend Still MissingDutchess County Sheriff's Capt. John Watterson says the efforts to find Ian Jones resumed around 7:30 a.m. Sunday after being suspended late Saturday night.
Thousands Of New Yorkers Show Mother Nature That New York CaresThousands of volunteers across the city spent their Saturday lending a hand as part of New York's annual "Spring Greening".