NYC To Require Child-Care Centers To Post Performance CardsMayor Bill de Blasio said Friday that 2,300 child-care center will be required to post the cards near their entrances.
Community In Mourning After Queens Student Drowns In RockawaysA 19-year-old student stepped into the water at Beach 67th Street and was pulled out an hour later by rescue swimmers Wednesday afternoon.
Tri-State Area Veterans To Donald Trump: Where's The Money?Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump skipped a debate in January and held a fundraiser instead, claiming to have raised $6 million for veterans. Now a group of vets is asking: where's the money?
Marble Hill Residents Say New School Has Created Traffic NightmareBernice Cintron has documented the daily gridlock with photos. She said she found one parent, who was picking up a child, parked in her driveway.
NYPD Cracking Down On Motorists Who Drive, Park In Bike LanesThe NYPD is launching a new traffic initiative aimed at protecting cyclists.
CBS2 Exclusive: Bronx Residents Live In Fear Of Men Roaming Building HallwaysA cry for help on Friday night, from residents in a Bronx building, they said they are living in fear because two men in the building have been roaming the halls.
Transportation Advocates Rally For More Speed Cameras Around NYC School ZonesOnly 140 schools around the city have speed zones enforced by cameras, which is about 7 percent.
Parents Concerned After Tests Show Lead In The Water At New Rochelle Elementary SchoolLead in the water at a Westchester school has some parents concerned, after some wide ranging test results over the last month.
2 NYPD Officers Hurt When Police Chase Ends With Crash In HarlemA chase and a crash sent two NYPD officers to the hospital in Harlem Friday afternoon.
Prosecutors: NJ Couple Accused Of Smuggling More Than 80 Guns Into NYCPolice have arrested a New Jersey couple and four men from Virginia and Georgia on charges they formed a gun-trafficking ring that smuggled dozens of firearms into New York City.
Manhattan DA Offers New Yorkers Chance To Clear Old WarrantsThe last event in Harlem attracted 700 people, District Attorney Cyrus Vance said.
Defective Muni Meters Lead To Parking Tickets, Infuriate Drivers In Morris Park, The BronxAvoiding a parking ticket is harder than it looks lately in the Morris Park section of the Bronx, thanks to some malfunctioning Muni Meters.

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