New Safety Concerns In Wake Of SoHo Scaffolding CollapseThere's nearly 300 miles of construction scaffolding in New York City, but are they being properly inspected and regulated?
ATV Driver In Serious Condition After Colliding With Car In SloatsburgAn investigation is underway in Rockland County, New York after a violent crash on Route 17 late Saturday.
Watch: Soldier's Surprise Homecoming At New York ZooWhen U.S. Army Specialist Doug George returned home, he and his wife had something in mind to surprise their kids.
New York Food Specials Over Labor Day WeekendLabor Day in New York doesn't have to be an everyday affair.
Police: Man Bludgeons Mother, Sister & Sister’s Friend To Death With Hammer In HempsteadRelatives say Bobby Vanderhall suffered from mental illness and his mother “did her best” to get him help.
CBS2 Exclusive: Putnam County Mother Attacked By Rabid FoxA Putnam County mother says the snarling fox bit her, scratched her, and then went after her children.
Gateway Project Remains On The Rails, Despite Lack Of Federal FundingThe first draft environmental impact study for the proposal was released Thursday.
Vehicle Strikes Mother And Her Three Children In Rockland County; Driver ChargedThere are no sidewalks along the stretch of road where the violent collision occurred.
Drivers Up In Arms Over Proposal To Widen Midtown Sidewalks7th Avenue sidewalks could get ten feet wider in the chaotic, people-packed zones between Times Square and Penn Station.
Crackdown On Underage Drinking Leads To Over 100 Arrests In New York StateA crackdown on underage drinking and illegal alcohol sales in New York has led to more than 100 arrests and the seizure of more than 125 fake IDs.
Bronx Residents At Wit's End Over Throggs Neck 'Zombie House'Neighbors have called the property an eyesore, a mosquito haven, and even a drug house for at least ten years on Schley Avenue. Since 2008, the house has had two absentee owners and even went into foreclosure.
Schneiderman: Scammers Targeting Seniors With Gift Card SchemeSchneiderman's office says residents should always be suspicious of strangers asking for money, even if they claim to be bank or credit card representatives.