Would-Be Home Invader Posed As Deliveryman, Queens Resident SaysA search was under way for suspects in an attempted home invasion that began as a fake delivery in Queens Sunday.
FDNY: High Winds The Culprit For SoHo Scaffolding CollapseWitnesses posted photos to social media showing wooden planks and metal scaffolding strewn about at the corner of Prince Street and Broadway.
Upstate Woman Says Governor Cuomo Ignored Sexual Harassment ClaimsGov. Andrew Cuomo's office said it launched investigations after the office received allegations in October 2016.
18-Year-Old Driver Killed In Queens Two-Car CrashPolice say the two cars collided so violently, they flew into two parked cars.
Macy's Herald Square To Require Reservations For Santa For First TimeSanta Claus may be coming to town, but you will need a reservation to see him.
Man Tied Up, Beaten During Home Invasion In Rosedale, QueensPolice say the man was returning to his house on 149th Road in Rosedale, Queens around 4 a.m. when he was jumped by four to six men with guns. 
Man Pointed Gun At Window Of Baldwin, L.I. Bar, Police SayPolice on Long Island were investigating Sunday evening after a man allegedly point his gun at the window of a bar in Baldwin.
Safe Street Activists Call For Better Protections For NYC Bicyclists, PedestriansHundreds of safe street advocates came to City Hall Park on bikes and on foot Sunday, to remember the lives lost to traffic violence and to call for improved protections for bicyclists and pedestrians.
Teens Accused Of Cutting Off Cabbie's Thumb, Slashing 2 Others In The BronxTwo teens were arrested and charged late Sunday afternoon after a slicing spree that left a bodega worker, a cabbie and his passenger injured.
Children Safe After Eagle-Eyed Off-Duty Cop Spots Vehicle Wanted In Connection To Amber AlertOfficer Eric Cassidy was driving home after working the Queens half-marathon on Saturday when he spotted a car that caught his attention.
Safe Street Advocates Call For Improved Protection For Bikers And PedestriansThe group hopes to transform paths around city roads to better protect walkers and bikers, to ensure deaths like Delmer's can be prevented.
New Museum Exhibit Offers Sensory Overload To The MaxCBS2's Vanessa Murdock got the chance to check out a new exhibit at the American Museum of Natural History that's aimed to immerse visitors in all their senses, even your sixth one.

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