Supreme Court Shoots Down Anti-Sports Gambling LawThe Supreme Court has overturned a decades-old ban on sports gambling, opening the door to legalized betting in New Jersey. CBS2's Meg Baker reports
Tributes Pouring In For Victims Of Deadly Canada Bus CrashIt's a show of support after 15 members of a youth hockey team were killed in a crash over the weekend. CBS2's Otis Livingston reports,
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.
LI Hockey Player Heads To Winter GamesMatt Gilroy, a Long Island native and former New York Ranger, hopes to not only honor his country but his family in the 2018 Winter Games.
Islanders To Play Games At Nassau ColiseumGov. Cuomo announces deal that will allow the Islanders to play some home games at Nassau Coliseum over the next three seasons. CBS 2's Mary Calvi reports.
Islanders Welcomed Back To LI At Belmont ParkGov. Andrew Cuomo and a cast Of local luminaries welcomed the news that the Long Island Islander hockey team would be leaving Brooklyn to return home games to Long Island. CBS2's Magdalena Doris reports.
AIDS Walk New York A SuccessMore than 20,000 people took part in AIDS Walk New York in Central Park on Sunday. TV 10/55's Jenna DeAngelis reports
Giuliani: Mueller Will End Russia Probe By Labor DayRudy Giuliani, President Trump's new attorney, says he expects special counsel Robert Mueller to finish his Russia investigation by Labor Day. TV 10/55's Jessica Moore reports
Teen Accused Of Robbing Blind ManA 14-year-old boy is under arrest after allegedly posing as a police officer so he could rob a blind man. TV 10/55's Jessica Moore reports
Louis Armstrong Stadium Readies For US Open DebutThe new tournament venue will seat 14,000 fans and have a have a retractable roof as the first naturally ventilated tennis stadium in the world. CBS2's Otis Livingston reports.
Keith Hernandez & His Cat HadjiKeith Hernandez has been in the New York spotlight for decades. Now, at the age of 64, he’s found a new audience – all because of his cat. CBS2's Steve Overmyer has the story.
Settlement Reached In Giants Memorabilia LawsuitA settlement has been reached in the lawsuit claiming the New York Giants were involved in the sale of fake sports memorabilia. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports
First Funeral Held In Wake of Texas School ShootingFamily and friends gathered Sunday for the funeral of a 17-year-old girl killed in Friday's school shooting in Santa Fe, Texas. TV 10/55's Omar Villafranca reports
Wakes Held For Student, Teacher Killed In School bus CrashWakes were held Sunday for the 10-year-old student and 51-year-old teacher killed in last week's school bus crash in Mount Olive, New Jersey. TV 10/55's Lisa Rozner reports.
Haspel Confirmed As Director Of CIAThe Senate has confirmed Gina Haspel as the first women to serve as director of the CIA. CBS2's Kristine Johnson reports
Residents Angered By Expected Parking Meter Price HikeIn a move to lessen congestion in the city, the de Blasio administration will raise parking meter rates throughout the five boroughs, and, as expected, residents are none too pleased about it. CBS2's Marcia Kramer reports
CBS2 News Update: May 20 at 7 p.m.Jessica Moore has the latest updates from CBS2.
Cops: K2 Likely To Blame For Brooklyn SicknessPolice say a group of people in Brooklyn were likely sickened by a bad batch of the synthetic drug K2. CBS2's Dave Carlin reports