A Staten Island woman claims a cable worker attacked her in her home. (Credit: CBS2)

CBS2 Exclusive: Staten Island Woman Claims She Was Shoved By Cable Guy

A cable television technician allegedly harassed a Staten Island woman inside her home while he was making a service call.


From left, Olivia Buonomo and Tiffini Cropley, both sophomores at Tottenville High School, are not happy with the school's crackdown on the dress code. Olivia was detained and made to wear a Tottenville T-shirt. Tiffini was not caught. (Staten Island Advance/Jan Somma-Hammel)

Students Heated Over Clothing Crackdown At Staten Island High School

It may be fashion week in the city, but students at one Staten Island school aren’t talking about the latest styles on the runway.


A train derailed in the Tottenville section of Staten Island on May 29, 2014. (credit: CBS 2)

2 Hurt After Minor Train Derailment In Staten Island

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority says the train went off the tracks when it hit a “bumping block” at the station.


Staten Island CVS Theft Suspect

Search On For Man Who Stole Purse At Staten Island CVS Drugstore

Police on Sunday were searching for a suspect who stole a woman’s purse at a Staten Island CVS drugstore.


Police believe Marc Steinberg stole at least four cars from outside Staten Island gyms. (credit: CBS 2)

Man Suspected Of Stealing At Least 4 Cars From Outside Staten Island Gyms

Investigators believe Marc Steinberg could be responsible for stealing at least four cars from outside three Staten Island gyms.


Mayor Michael Bloomberg announces the city is buying a Staten Island home damaged in superstorm Sandy. (credit: Peter Haskell/WCBS 880)

NYC Buys Home Of Staten Island Woman Who Lost Family In Superstorm Sandy

The walls of their home gave way when the storm hit, and George and Amanda were pulled under the surging tide.


The ruins of a destroyed home sit in the sand on November 21, 2012 in Mantoloking, New Jersey. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

6 Months After Superstorm Sandy, Signs Of Progress But More To Be Done

Sandy caused billions of dollars in damage and left tens of thousands of people homeless after coming ashore Oct. 29. Six months later, major issues including housing, business, tourism and coastal protection still remain.


A memorial to Patricia Dresch's husband and daughter in Tottenville, Staten Island - April 29, 2013 (credit: Jim Smith / WCBS 880)

S.I. Woman Struggles To Cope With Loss Of Husband, Daughter Six Months After Sandy

The rain fell Monday on a small memorial of weathered candles and a deflated balloon in Tottenville where Patricia Dresch lost her husband George and 13-year-old daughter Angela.


Amanda Casella (credit: CBS 2)

S.I. Teen Reuniting Storm Victims With Their Lost Pictures & Memories

Amanda Casella, a 17-year-old high school senior from Tottenville, found hundreds of photos strewn throughout the woods in her neighborhood and said she wants to get them back to whoever they belong to.


Staten Island Volunteer

Staten Island Tries To Clean Up Under Threat Of Impending Nor’easter

Surrounded by horrifying devastation, residents of Staten Island were preparing Monday night for another hit when a Nor’easter plows through the area later in the week.


A car slammed into a house on Arthur Kill Road on Staten Island on Friday, Sept. 28, 2012. (credit: Juliet Papa/1010 WINS)

Mother, Daughter Injured After Car Slams Into House On Staten Island

The woman and her daughter were sleeping when the car plowed through the wall of their ground floor apartment, pinning the two under the vehicle in a front bedroom.


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Police Looking For Suspect In Tottenville Home Invasion

Around 7 a.m., an armed man wearing a black mask confronted a homeowner outside his Dawn Court home, police said.


Staten Island DA Daniel Donovan (credit: CBS 2)

DA: ‘Rich And Shameless’ S.I. Couples Claimed Thousands In Fraudulent Medicaid Payments

They lived the life of luxury, but allegedly accepted handouts that you paid for.