The Trend with Corey Calliet1010 WINS' Rebecca Granet sits down with celebrity trainer and body transformation specialist, Corey Calliet.
The Trend with Sadie Robertson1010 WINS' Rebecca Granet sits down with one of the stars of the A&E show Duck Dynasty, Sadie Robertson to talk about her new book, "Live Fearless: A Call to Power, Passion, and Purpose."
The Trend with Bailee Madison1010 WINS' Rebecca Granet sits down with actress and author Bailee Madison to talk about her newest book, "Losing Brave."
CityViews: The Rev. Jesse JacksonCivil Rights icon and activist, the Rev. Jesse Jackson Sr., stopped by CityViews to talk about the state of race relations in our country, the upcoming anniversary of MLK's assassination and the 21st annual Rainbow PUSH Wall Street Project Economic Summit being held in NYC Feb. 8 and 9.
The Trend: WWE's Total Divas Nattie & LanaWWE superstars Nattie and Lana stopped by "The Trend" and chatted with Rebecca Granet about the season finale which airs tonight on E! at 9 p.m.
On The Marc with Kristi Yamaguchi1010 WINS’ Sports Director Marc Ernay sits down with Olympic Gold Medal Figure Skater Kristi Yamaguchi to talk about her career and her thoughts on the upcoming winter games.
Team USA's Inspiration On IceTeam USA women's hockey made history last night, defeating Canada to win a gold medal at the Olympics. Their win is inspiring many young women in our area to take the sport to the next level. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
'All Heart' Program Can Save A LifeA new program may mean the difference between life and death. It's called "All Heart." The goal is to get all athletic coaches first responder training. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports
Tim Tebow On Mets' Spring Training RosterAfter spending 2017 in the minor leagues, Tim Tebow is part of the NY Met's spring training roster at Port St. Lucie in Florida. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
Fighting For Her Rightful Place In History: The Claudette Colvin StoryRosa Parks has been credited with being the mother of the civil rights movement. But it was not her arrest that led to the desegregation of the buses in Montgomery Alabama. It was because of a 15-year-old girl named Claudette Colvin, whose act of civil disobedience 9 months earlier led to a lawsuit and ultimately a Supreme Court ruling that changed the laws of a city and eventually a nation. Colvin tells her story to 1010 WINS' Larry Mullins.
UES Parents Of Slain Toddlers Call For Positive CreativityThe parents of two children prosecutors say were stabbed to death by their nanny are asking the public try to think positive as the criminal case finally goes to trial. Matt Yurus reports.
On The Marc with Patrik Eliáš1010 WINS sports director talks to former New Jersey Devils forward, Patrik Eliáš.