First Span Of New Kosciuszko Bridge Open To TrafficGov. Andrew Cuomo marked the opening of the first span Thursday night with a dazzling LED light show synchronized to music.
Suspect Robs Same Chase Bank In Greenwich 2 Days In A RowPolice say a man held up the same Chase Bank on Route One in Riverside Tuesday morning and then again on Wednesday afternoon just before 4 p.m.
Dozens Of New Jersey School Nurses Sign Up For Training On Overdose Antidote NarcanThe miracle medicine that can halt an overdose was introduced to dozens of New Jersey school nurses Wednesday.
50 People To Know: 'World's Oldest Barber' Anthony MancinelliHe tells WCBS' Sean Adams about the early days of working in a shop in Newburgh, New York, where barbers would also perform pain-relieving services.
Westchester County Residents Urged To Lock Their Vehicles After Series Of Brazen Car BurglariesBrazen car burglars are hitting all across Westchester County, stealing money, cellphones and even laptops from vehicles parked in neighborhood driveways.
Teen Charged In Deadly Yonkers Movie Theater StabbingMichael Pettiford was arrested and charged as an adult with second-degree murder in the death of 19-year-old Daij Asante Thomas.
Battery Park City Chapel Saved By Supporters After 9/11 Could Close For GoodA small chapel that became a refuge for first responders during 9/11 has been saved by supporters, but rent coasts may force it to close.
Connecticut Considers Bear Hunt Amid Rising Population, SightingsBears populations have risen in the state to the point where environmental officials believe it's time to thin the population with a limited bear hunt.
Morris County Focuses On Treatment In Battle Against OpioidsMorris County is shifting strategies in the battle against the opioid crisis.
No One Hurt After Church Roof Collapses In PassaicIt happened Thursday at Saint Anthony of Padua church.
Police: Four Found Dead In Park In Central Islip 'Suffered Significant Trauma'The bodies were discovered sometime on Wednesday inside Recreation Village Town Park
Budgetary Address Sheds Light On Opioid Problem In ConnecticutThe Chief Medical Examiner for the State of Connecticut said his agency is hundreds of thousands of dollars in the hole, and he knows why -- the opioid epidemic.