Wealthy Join Homeless For Dinner At St. Bartholomew's ChurchSome wealthy Manhattan residents left luxury dwellings behind Friday to dine shoulder to shoulder with the homeless -- in a holiday event that seemed like an experiment when it was first held last year.
2 Suspects Charged In Fort Greene, Brooklyn Police ShootoutTwo suspects were charged Friday night, following a shootout with police officers in Fort Greene, Brooklyn earlier in the week.
Sources: Midtown East Building Super Dead After Fight; Suspect ChargedA suspect was charged late Tuesday after a Midtown East building superintendent died following a fight, sources told CBS2.
Giant Water Slide Comes To Foley Square As Part Of NYC's Summer Streets ProgramThis year, there will be everything from a giant 270-foot water slide at Foley Square to art walking tours, bike rentals, a dog park and a zipline.
Why Hasn't Grand Central Balustrade Been Repaired 3 Years After Damage?It has been close to three years since a truck knocked over a stone railing at Grand Central Terminal, leaving a scar on the railway depot’s historic profile.
2 Teenage Boys Shot, 1 Killed, In Bedford-Stuyvesant Housing DevelopmentTwo teenage boys were shot and wounded Friday evening in a Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn public housing development.
Woman Terrified After Bronx Elevator Attacker Is Released By MistakeA woman was attacked in an elevator, and the man who confessed has been freed by mistake.
4 Injured When 4 Taxis Crash At Park Avenue, 37th StreetFour people were injured Tuesday evening in a multi-vehicle accident on the East Side of Manhattan.
Unknown Chemical Leaves Man Burned Outside Midtown East BuildingA man suffered burns Monday evening when he came into contact with some kind of chemical at a Midtown East building.
Hilton Selling New York's Waldorf Astoria For $1.95BThe Park Avenue hotel has restaurants including Peacock Alley, Bull and Bear Prime Steakhouse and Oscar's. The companies said Monday that the property will undergo a major renovation.
Police: Driver Who Allegedly Struck, Killed Cyclist Was Not Licensed For Livery Cab Heartbreak has been compounded by anger for the family of a bicyclist who was killed earlier this week in East Harlem.
Bidding Adieu To Summer With ‘Summer Streets’ Last CallThe event marked the final time this season that Park Avenue and Lafayette Street were closed to cars and trucks.

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