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FDNY To Dedicate Plaque To Firefighter William Tolley, Killed In Line Of DutyThe 14-year veteran plunged five stories while fighting a two-alarm fire at an apartment building in Ridgewood, Queens.
NYCHA Tenants To Testify About Squalid Living Conditions At Court HearingA hearing will be held Wednesday on whether an independent monitor should oversee the New York City Housing Authority. Dozens of NYCHA tenants will testify about the squalid living conditions, like peeling lead paint, mold from water leaks, rusty pipes and holes in the floor.
Tri-State Cleans Up From Dangerous Flooding As More Rain ApproachesTri-State residents are cleaning up after Tuesday’s downpours caused dangerous flooding, and more rain is on its way. More than five inches fell in places, leaving some people stranded.
9/26 CBS2 Wednesday Morning Weather HeadlinesWe can expect less rain than yesterday's soaking, and most of the day is dry, except for the front passing tonight which will usher in cooler air to finish the week.
Drinking Poison: Why Has Turpentine Become A Modern Health Craze?When you think of turpentine, you probably think of a common paint thinner found in hardware stores.
AAA: Drivers Rely Too Much On TechIt can help save lives but AAA is warning that drivers are relying too much on new vehicle safety technology.
Congress Approves 'Music Modernization Act'These days you may get a lot of your music through online sources, and a new law will make sure musicians are compensated when their songs are played.
Search For Suspect In Queens Burglary SpreePolice are looking for a burglar who's been crawling through open windows in Queens.
Break-In At Rihanna's Hollywood Hills HomeLos Angeles police are investigating a break-in at the Hollywood Hills home of pop star Rihanna.
FDNY To Honor Firefighter Killed In QueensMayor Bill de Blasio and FDNY Commission Daniel Nigro will be on hand Wednesday for the unveiling of a plaque honoring Firefighter William Toley at his firehouse in Queens.
NYCHA Hearing Set For WednesdayA hearing will be held Wednesday on whether an independent monitor should oversee the city housing authority. Witnesses will include dozens of NYCHA tenants describing squalid living conditions, including crumbling lead paint and mold. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis has the details.
Tri-State Cleans Up As More Rain ApproachesMore rain is on its way as parts of the Tri-State remain water-logged this morning. Tuesday's downpours left some people in need of rescue after getting trapped in dangerous flooding. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports from Bronxville in Westchester County.
Community Rallies To Help Children's StoreA children's store in the East Village is reopening after a fire devastated the business. CBS2's John Dias reports on how the supportive community helped get the store back on its feet.
NJ Woman Says Town's Sewage Backup Damaged Her HomeA Chatham homeowner says her home was damaged after a "fatberg" in the town's sewer system caused a backup which flooded parts of her home. Lisa Rozner has more.
Update: Mold Cleanup UnderwayCleanup is underway at Paidei 15 in Yonkers after mold was found inside the school. In the meantime, students and staff have been moved to a nearby building. CBS2’s Natalie Duddridge is on the story.
Update: Catering Hall's Sudden Closure Left Many In LurchThe Carlyle At The Palace catering venue in Plainview, Long Island abruptly shut its doors leaving dozens of families scrambling to find alternative places to host their special events. CBS2’s Jennifer McLogin reports.
Mets Fall To Braves 7-3 In Wright's ReturnMets captain David Wright was reinstated from the 60-day disabled list before the game but did not play even though he was available off the bench.
Sanchez Comes To Life, Yankees Rout Rays 9-2Struggling Gary Sanchez drove in four runs for the first time since early April, Luis Severino won his 19th game and the New York Yankees beat the Tampa Bay Rays 9-2
Rebuilding Rangers Set Sights On Modest Goals, Not Deep Playoff RunThe Rangers are coming off a year in which they dealt several stars at the trade deadline, finished last in the Metropolitan Division and missed the postseason for the first time in eight years.
Escape From Reality At West Village’s New Museum Of IllusionsIf you need a break from reality, the Museum of Illusions in the West Village might be the perfect escape.
Pop-Up Exhibit Brings Real Life Candy Land To ManhattanCandytopia features artwork that’s all made from candy. It will satisfy your sweet tooth and your social media profile.
3 Scrumptious Food And Drink Events In NYC This WeekendWhen it comes to food and drink, there's plenty to do in New York City this weekend.
CBS2 Weather Update: September 25 at 8 P.M.Lonnie Quinn has the latest weather updates from CBS2.
NYPD Investigates Possible Hit-Run In The BronxA body was found in the Bronx and authorities say the injuries are consistent with a person who was struck by a car.
Water Rescues After Flash Floods In New JerseySeveral people were rescued as flash floods swamped parts of New Jersey during heavy rain. Dana Tyler reports.