50 People To Know: Roger & Michele Garrison's Tree Of LifeSome people adopt children from overseas. Roger and Michele Garrison, from Katonah, assumed responsibility for an entire orphanage in Haiti.
Coastal Flood Concerns In New Jersey, Long Island As Jose WeakensJose was downgraded to a tropical storm late Tuesday night as its top winds decreased to about 70 mph and is expected to weaken more over the next two days.
Jersey Shore Faces Rough Surf, Coastal Flooding From JoseA high surf advisory remains in effect until 6 p.m. Tuesday and a coastal flood warning is posted until 1 a.m. Wednesday.
50 People To Know: How Jimmy Nolan Honors The Memory Of His Brother, MikeJimmy Nolan is on a mission to get guns off the streets of Yonkers. He does this in memory of his brother, Mike Nolan.
Mount Rushmore Chief Carver To Finally Get His Own Official PlaqueAfter a 25 year battle by his family, a Westchester County man who was the chief carver of Mount Rushmore, will finally get his due with a plaque recognizing his contribution.
Fire Officials Call On Cuomo To Approve Cancer-Related Insurance For Volunteer FirefightersThere are 110,000 volunteer firefighters in New York State. Under the current law, only paid firefighters receive these benefits.
Connecticut Family Launches Pie Face Challenge To Raise Money, Awareness For Rare Brain DiseaseInspired by the ALS ice bucket challenge, one Connecticut family hopes their pie face challenge goes viral.
50 People To Know: FDNY’s Jim Sorokac & The Solemn Duty Of Tolling The 9/11 BellThe NYPD and Port Authority now share the task. But for 10 years, Sorokac alone stood at attention for four and a half hours and tolled the bell.
Back Stories: On The Ground At Ground ZeroOn the morning of September 11, 2001, WCBS reporter Sean Adams was covering a teacher strike at Cathedral High School on the East Side.
50 People To Know: Alicia McMillan's Care Packages For Cancer PatientsSixteen-year-old Alicia McMillan, of Rye, loves to bring a big smile to a little person’s face.
More Than 1,000 People Will Likely Die From Drug Overdoses In Connecticut This YearMore than 1,000 people will likely die from an accidental drug overdose this year in Connecticut, according to a grim projection by the state's chief medical examiner.
Vandals Damage Statue Of Christopher Columbus In Yonkers Amid Growing ControversyFor the fourth time in ten days, a statue of Christopher Columbus has been vandalized. This time, it happened in Yonkers.

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