New Years Eve
A Coney Island Hospital spokeswoman said the victim was dead when brought to the emergency room. Her name and age were not immediately released.
Hundreds of thousands of U.S. revelers have cheered the traditional ball drop in New York’s Times Square to mark the start of 2011 hours after dazzling fireworks lit up Australia’s Sydney Harbor for the new year.
Still digging out from a debilitating blizzard, New York was poised to welcome nearly a million visitors to Times Square on Friday for the country’s largest annual New Year’s Eve celebration. Nationwide, revelers set aside concerns about the winter weather and even potential terrorist threats to ring in 2011 at large and small gatherings.
The snow is gone, the stage is set and New York is hours away from one of the most celebrated holiday events of the year.
Tri-State residents have much to celebrate this New Year’s Eve and Day as temperatures will be quite mild with a high of 45 degrees.
As nearly a million revelers cram into the streets to mark the event, Police Commissioner Ray Kelly is promising a safe celebration with no threats, but lots of security.
The preparations were coming along, but the snow was still piled high on the sidewalks, and with these temperatures, it didn’t look like it’s going to go anytime soon.
1,150 newly minted New York City cops were set to graduate today and will be working Times Square on New Year’s Eve.
Leave the mess to the out-of-towners and the recent college grads that just moved into a forced triple in Murray Hill. Do yourself and all your friends a gigantic favor: Throw a party!
With the holiday season, comes great holiday parties. But many are left wondering what to wear. The answer though can be a lot simpler than many imagine, CBS 2’s Kristine Johnson reports.
You know it’s New Year’s Eve when the Snooki drops — or at least you will this year.