Seen At 11: Elite NYPD Team Protects City From Dirty Bombs, Waterborne ThreatsNew York has become one of the busiest cruise ports in North America, with over a million passengers departing from the harbor each year.
Lights Temporarily Out At Statue Of Liberty Due To 'Unplanned' OutageAside from the crown and torch, the Statue of Liberty stood in New York Harbor cloaked in darkness.
Whale Spotted In East River Near Gracie MansionThe New York Police Department's special operations division posted a photo of the unusual tourist on its Twitter account Saturday morning.
Coast Guard Tows Ferry With 100 People Aboard To SafetyThe Coast Guard learned the ferry, The Manhattan, was stuck near Governors Island in the East River around 3:30 p.m.
Whale Spotted In New York Harbor Near Liberty IslandThe Coast Guard received reports from boaters about the wayward whale in New York Harbor early Thursday morning.
4 Children, 2 Adults Rescued After Boat Flips Over In New York HarborSix people – including four children – were rescued by police and a cruise company dock worker Tuesday afternoon when their boat overturned.
First Time Visitor's Guide To New York CityFirst time visitor's guide to the best attractions and dining in New York City.
Writer Comes Up With Idea For 'Frankenborough' In New York HarborWhether it is finding a place to live, a place park your car, or even just a place to walk or bike, it all requires space.
Statue Of Liberty Celebrates 130 Years Since Arrival On U.S. ShoresWednesday marked 130 years since the Statue of Liberty arrived in pieces on American shores.
CBS2 Exclusive: A Ride With Coast Guard Crews Protecting New York HarborMore than 200 structures of national importance call New York Harbor home, and protecting them is a priority.
Environmentalists, NYC Officials Call On Gov. Cuomo To Nix Natural Gas TerminalState Senate Republican leader Dean Skelos is against the project, which the Coast Guard is reviewing.
Could New York Harbor Ever Freeze Solid?The shallower East River has frozen more often over the years, most famously in 1867.