Key Ruling Expected In Murder Of Queens Jogger Karina VetranoA Queens judge is being asked to throw out key evidence in the case against the man accused of killing jogger Karina Vetrano.
School Bus Strikes 11-Year-Old Boy In Jamaica, QueensAn 11-year-old boy is hospitalized in stable condition after he was struck by a school bus in Queens.
NYPD: Man Wanted For Sexually Assaulting Woman At Times Square Subway StationPolice are searching for a man who they said sexually assaulted a woman in a busy Times Square subway station.
What You Need To Know About Bitcoin And Other CryptocurrencyBitcoin is the first decentralized digital currency and worldwide payment system and while there are others to choose from, many are still scratching their heads to the entire idea.
Safety Hearing To Be Held In New Rochelle After 3 Violent Incidents Involving High School StudentsNew security measures, including more police patrolling New Rochelle High School, have already been implemented.
Opening Statements Begin In Corruption Trial Of Former Cuomo AideLongtime Cuomo confidante Joseph Percoco is accused of accepting close to $315,000 dollars in bribes to use his position to do favors for an energy company and a real estate developer.
Federal Government Reopens After Spending Bill PassesThe Senate voted Monday to pass a bill that would extend government funding through Feb. 8. The House approved the measure shortly thereafter, sending the spending bill to the president, who quickly signed it.
CBS2 Exclusive: Woman Speaks After Girl, 12, Allegedly Attacks Her With Bleach Bottle At Staten Island MallA 12-year-old girl is accused of attacking a woman at a popular mall, and police said the child admitted the random attack was for fun.
3 Firefighters Hurt, Dozens Evacuated As Flames Rip Through Bronx Apartment BuildingAuthorities say it was food on a stove and a possible electrical fire on the fifth floor of the building that contributed to the fast moving blaze.
Trump Signs Bill Ending Three-Day Government ShutdownThe president's signature ends a 69-hour display of partisan dysfunction after Democrats reluctantly voted to temporarily pay for resumed operations.
Report: N.Y. Taxpayers Have Paid Over $10 Million To Settle State Government Sexual Harassment CasesNew Yorkers have shelled out more than $10 million in taxpayer money to settle 88 cases of sexual harassment within state government.
LIRR President Explains How Railroad Has Been Plagued For MonthsAnyone who has ridden the Long Island Rail Road in the last few months can tell you it has been rough at times, with delays and cancellations.