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Queens Building Issued Another Violation After Falling Plywood Kills Woman On SidewalkA 67-year-old grandmother was walking on the sidewalk when the plywood knocked her to the ground yesterday in Flushing.
‘This Is What I Live For:’ Taxi Medallion Owners Hopeful That Help Is On The WayTaxi medallions used to be a hot commodity, but their values have plummeted, leaving many owners drowning in debt.
Police Release Photo Of Woman Wanted In Bleach Attack At Subway StationPolice said the suspect threw bleach in a 37-year-old woman’s face as the victim was exiting the station.
Man Caught On Camera Trashing Bloomingdale’s Store At Connecticut MallA man faces multiple charges after his rampage was caught on camera inside a Connecticut mall.
Congregants In Rockland County Learning Self-Defense After Synagogue Stabbing, Anti-Semitic AttacksWhen sanctuaries become targets, this community is preparing to fight back.
Impeachment Trial Of President Trump Begins In U.S. SenateOn a day steeped in tradition and decorum, the Senate formally took over President Trump's impeachment case on Thursday as the chief justice of the Supreme Court and senators swore an oath to administer "impartial justice" in the upcoming trial.
Mets, Beltran 'Mutually Agree To Part Ways' After Astros ControversyThe Mets and new manager, Carlos Beltran have “mutually agreed to part ways.”
Police: Woman Found Dead In LI Home Was Killed By 'Criminal Asphyxiation'Investigators say it doesn't appear anyone broke into the home.

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Push For Relief For NYC Taxi DriversNew York City lawmakers are announcing a plan to help taxi drivers who are dealing with severe financial problems amid the rise of ride-sharing. CBSN New York's Reena Roy has the details.
Self-Defense Classes Amid Hate Crime UptickFollowing the Chanukah stabbing and other anti-Semitic attacks, some members of the Jewish community want to be prepared to possibly fight back. CBSN New York's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Queens Building Issued Violation After Deadly AccidentA piece of plywood flew off a building, hitting and killing a 67-year-old woman yesterday in Queens. The building had been issued more than a dozen violations, and now it’s facing another one. CBSN New York's Jenna DeAngelis reports.
Requested Con Edison Rate Hike Cut By More Than 75%If you're a Con Ed customer, your bill is about to go up, but not as high as originally thought.
Accused Vigilante Killer Acquitted Of Manslaughter In RetrialA jury has acquitted an Orange County man of manslaughter and criminally negligent homicide in the death of a fugitive in 2013.
NY Mets, Manager Carlos Beltran Agree To Part WaysThe decision comes days after Major League Baseball confirmed his role in the Houston Astros sign-stealing scandal, reports CBS2's Steve Overmyer.
Towing Company Accused Of Holding Cars HostageA New York City towing company is accused of deceiving drivers by allegedly overcharging and holding vehicles hostage. CBSN New York's Lisa Rozner reports.
Monsey Synagogue Stabbing Suspect Returns To CourtThe man accused of stabbing five people inside a Monsey synagogue returns to court today. Grafton Thomas faces arraignment on a number of state charges, including attempted murder. CBSN New York's Jenna DeAngelis has the details.
Where Are New York's Top Bagel Shops?Food delivery service Seamless released their list of the best bagel shops in New York.
New Exhibit Features Collection Of Historic Photographs Honoring MLKA new exhibit in New York City is honoring the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the civil rights movement.
Rockland County Officials Issue Rabies WarningHealth officials believe a man was bitten by a raccoon over the weekend at a park in Suffern.
Gov. Phil Murphy Unveils Plan To Boost Employment Across New JerseyGov. Phil Murphy unveiled a new plan to make sure New Jersey's workforce is ready to take on the future.