Upper West Side
City officials said residents are not likely to experience medical problems from it, but want everyone to try and avoid exposure. They will be warned.
Residents of the Upper West Side have been placed under siege by rats, according to the West 76th Street Block Association.
Parts of Manhattan will be sprayed on Friday to combat the spread of West Nile Virus. The city’s health commissioner said it’s expected that there will be a big jump in the number of people infected with West Nile coming in the next few weeks.
24-year-old Portia Sirinek had given local music stores a heads up that her $8,000 french horn had been stolen from an Upper West Side restaurant, and he recognized it when suspect Stephen Horne allegedly tried to hawk it to him for $1,000.
Police say that the 40-year-old manager of the facility was confronting the individual about whether he had the proper papers to live in the building when the man attacked, stabbing the victim in the chest.
When President Barack Obama lived in the 109th Street apartment with a roommate while attending Columbia University, the monthly rent was $360.
Authorities say they launched their investigation after members of the community registerd numerous complaints about “widespread drug dealing and violence, including shootings and robberies” in the area.
This unusual town house is 18-feet wide and has double height ceilings, it’s located on the Upper West Side, and CBS 2′s Emily Smith recently took the tour.
It’s a rather unusual townhouse on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, spanning 18 feet wide and containing double-height ceilings. CBS 2′s Emily Smith takes you inside for the tour.
After regularly warning his children about subway safety, an Upper West Side father saved a woman’s life in a daring rescue on Saturday.
Mosquitoes are breeding in sewers along West 84th Street, entering apartments through cracks in basements, sidewalks and roadways.
CBS 2 was the first to report on the invasion of sewer-bred mosquitoes last year, and they are back with a vengeance. But bite-weary residents are now finally getting the city’s full attention.
CBS 2′s Emily Smith recently took a tour of an Upper West Side condo that feels as if it is floating above the Hudson River.
Do you want to help fight prescription drug abuse and the deadly consequences like the recent rash of pharmacy shootings? Well, Saturday was the day to do it. And all you had to do was check your medicine cabinet.
It’s an Upper West Side condominium that makes you feel as if you are floating above the Hudson River. CBS 2′s Emily Smith takes you inside this nearly $4 million apartment.
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