Chopper 2 Struck By Laser Over Brooklyn; Other Stations' Helicopters Also HitThe most recent case of people pointing lasers at aircraft hit close to home for CBS2 Wednesday.
New York City's Best NachosGet a group together and head to one of New York City’s best spots for nachos.
Man Apprehends Sex Assault Suspect On No. 3 Train Platform In BrooklynA subway hero recently rescued a woman being sexually assaulted and collared the suspect.
Brooklyn’s Best Rooftop BarsWhat better way to escape the bustle of New York City than to rise above it? These Brooklyn rooftop bars offer cold drinks, stellar NYC views and a welcome breath of fresh air.
Park Slope Residents Horrified After Man Tries To Strangle 3 WomenThe neighborhood of Park Slope, Brooklyn was on alert Friday night, as police searched for a man who has been attacking women and trying to strangle them.
Water Main Break Shuts Down Road, Snags Subway In Park Slope, BrooklynA water main break Friday evening briefly shut down busy Flatbush Avenue near the Barclays Center, and also halted two subway lines.
City Fills In Massive Sidewalk Sinkhole In Park Slope Following CBS2 ReportThe city's DEP performed the emergency overnight repairs.
Park Slope Residents: Nothing Being Done About Giant Sidewalk SinkholeThe sinkhole on 10th Street near 4th Avenue in Park Slope is so deep it looks like an open cave.
Woman Speaks After Being Robbed, Beaten On Park Slope StreetA Brooklyn woman was beaten and bloodied in an armed robbery, but still scared off the men who attacked her on the way to work.
Firefighters Bring Fire Under Control At Methodist Hospital In BrooklynThe FDNY said more than 100 firefighters responded to the Methodist Hospital in Park Slope.
Police: Suspect Attacked, Robbed 68-Year-Old Man In Brooklyn Subway StationPolice on Thursday were searching for a suspect who attacked a 68-year-old man and stole his cellphone at a Park Slope, Brooklyn elevated subway stop.
Union Square, South Slope Playgrounds Deemed Among City's UnsafestPlayground safety is a top priority for the New York City Department of Recreation, but that does not mean the safety record is squeaky clean.