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Winter Storm Brings Flooding In Queens; More Flooding ExpectedA winter storm moving up the East Coast caused major flooding in parts of Queens.
CBS2 Exclusive: Woman Speaks After Being Slashed While Walking Down Queens StreetThere were heartfelt and compelling words Monday night from the victim of an unthinkable slashing over the weekend.
CBS2 Exclusive: Amtrak Train Bound For NYC Hit By Unknown ObjectAmtrak officials are investigating after an unknown object hit a passenger train and cracked a window as it was traveling to New York on Sunday evening.
Police: Teen Suspects Sought In Bronx Hate Crime AttackNewly released surveillance video from the NYPD shows the two suspects fleeing down a street in the Parkchester section after allegedly attacking a Bangladeshi man Friday evening, police said.
Manhattan-Bound Service Stopped At 7 Subway Stations Along N Line For RenovationsSeveral subway stations in Brooklyn are getting some much-needed improvements.
Nassau County Cops Rush To The Rescue As Fire Rages In West Hempstead ApartmentAmidst the screams and smoke from a raging fire at an apartment building on the Jericho Turnpike in West Hempstead, three cops emerged as heroes.
Medical Marijuana Facilities Could Open In NYC This WeekMedical marijuana will soon be available at state-sanctioned locations in New York City – possibly as soon as this week.
A Look At Some New Year's Eve Traditions, From Quirky To HeartwarmingPlenty of people have a variety of other New Year’s Eve traditions – many of them veering toward the quirky side.
Knicks Forward Cleanthony Early Shot In Queens After Leaving Strip ClubNew York Knicks reserve forward Cleanthony Early was shot during an apparent holdup after leaving a Queens strip club early Wednesday morning.
More Than 80 Cars Catch Fire At Lot In Carteret, NJVideo from the scene showed firefighters trying to douse the flames.
Tri-State Area Hit With First Blast Of Winter WeatherThe first winter weather blast of the season left ice and hazardous road conditions for many Tuesday morning around the Tri-State area.
Report: Sheepshead Bay Sees Staggering Spike In Graffiti ComplaintsIn New York City overall, graffiti complaints are up 14 percent, while overall arrests are down 10 percent, police said.

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