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NYPD Saves Suicidal Woman's Life Using Cell Phone Tracking TechA woman who was attempting to commit suicide was saved by a team of NYPD detectives after officials were able to track her text messages.
De Blasio Unveils Plan To Crack Down On Graffiti, Litter In NYCThe program will step up anti-graffiti efforts, increase power-washing of sidewalks in busy commercial areas and bolster anti-litter efforts along the city's highways and onramps.
City Council Wants Additional $10G Added To Wage Hike ProposalThe proposal would boost council members' salaries to $148,500 -- a $36,000 raise from their current $112,500 a year paycheck.
Community Board Approves Plan To Build Bike Lanes On Amsterdam AvenueA NYC community board approved a series of street safety proposals, including the addition of bike lanes on Amsterdam Avenue and 6th Avenue.
Not All Of Manhattan's Bedbugs Are The Same, Research ShowsResearch shows that the genetic makeup of bedbug populations in New York City are designated by what region they live in.
NYC Councilman: Postpone Vote On Horse Carriage Bill A New York City Councilman is calling for a postponement of a vote on the hotly debated horse carriage bill.
2/1 CBS2 Monday Morning Weather HeadlinesIt's going to be a very mild start to the month, with temperatures reaching a high in the mid 50s.
NYC Uber Drivers May Go On Strike Monday In Protest Of Fare CutsSome Uber drivers could be going on strike Monday in protest of fare cuts put in place by the company.
Man Caught On Video Allegedly Stealing Pigeons Off NYC StreetA Manhattan woman posted the video on her Facebook page earlier this week.
Police: Men Posing As Exterminators Tie Up 4 In Bronx Armed RobberyThe NYPD is looking for suspects who allegedly posed as exterminators before tying up a woman and several others in an armed robbery at her Bronx home.
1/31 CBS2 Sunday Evening Weather HeadlinesTemperatures ended up a bit higher than expected, with many folks well into the 50s -- a taste of spring in January.
Bratton On Slashings Around New York City: 'We're Making Quick Arrests'Subway stabbing/slashings are up 14.86 percent for the month of January, according to police.

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