The father of rescued lobsterman John Aldridge said his son survived 12 hours in shark-infested waters — without a life jacket — by thinking about his family.
Movie theaters may be the only place that you could find people carrying sweatshirts and jackets on Saturday, but for some viewers the ending credits came too soon.
Police practices, educating our kids and the best way to deliver a vast array of city services will all be fair game during Campaign 2013 and CBS 2 will be putting the candidates for public office to the test, hosting a series of in-depth debates.
The havoc-causing mako was 8-feet-4-inches long. It surprised the two fishermen initially when it appeared by the side of the boat and took one of their baits.
Girls whose families were wiped out by Hurricane Sandy can still party in style, thanks to a New York City charity that has collected more than 1,000 prom dresses for the storm’s victims.
Local 1181 President Michael Cordiello said in no way is the suspension of the strike a sign of his side giving up its fight.
Former New York City mayor Ed Koch passed away Friday at the age of 88. Known for his outspoken personality and famous remarks, Koch was not shy about speaking his mind, often giving reporters plenty to write about.
He was the first voice on WCBS-AM when it went all-news back in 1967 and now Charles Osgood is celebrating a milestone – his 80th birthday.
Commuters have been waiting six weeks for the LIRR to return to its full schedule. LIRR spokesman Aaron Donovan told WCBS 880’s Jim Smith, that riders can look forward to less crowding and an end to cancelled and combined trains.
Event organizer Sharon Colucci, the station manager at TV34 in Montclair, said that the event served as a way for storm survivors to help make life easier for their neighbors who lost the most during Sandy.
Raul Ibanez’s role will increase against the Tigers’ parade of right-handed starters and will be a key figure in the Yankees’ hopes of reaching the World Series.
The Yankees and WCBS 880 announced on Thursday that they have agreed to extend their current radio broadcast agreement. The agreement will run through the 2013 campaign.
Today is a very special day for WCBS 880. It was 45 years ago – August 28, 1967 – that we went all-news.
It’s “Fact Check Friday,” when WCBS 880 puts the presidential campaign ads under the scrutiny of Factcheck.org, a non-partisan, non-profit organization.
Before turning it over to Jerry Recco so that he could deliver his first update of the morning, Craig attempted to offer Yamkees’ fan comfort by telling them it is not time to panic.