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George Washington Bridge Reopened After 'Suspicious Device' Halts Traffic, Police Say Object Was Not A BombAccording to police sources, the Port Authority Police Department has called in the Bergen County Bomb Squad to help with their investigation.
Body Found At Queens Hostel Confirmed To Be Missing Cipriani ChefAndrea Zamperoni, the head chef at Cipriani Dolci Grand Central, was last seen alive by friends on Saturday night.
Police: 15-Year-Old Girl Escapes From Uber Driver Who Kidnapped Her, Intended To Sexually Assault HerThe victim was reportedly able to convince Sean Williams she had to use the bathroom and got him to pull over. She then ran into a McDonald’s to call police.
Man, 30, Killed When Elevator Suddenly Malfunctions In ManhattanAn investigation is underway after a man was killed in a Manhattan apartment building elevator after it malfunctioned earlier Thursday.
Delta Delays Flight At JFK For 18 Hours, Won't Give Passengers Hotel RoomsAdding insult to injury, the passengers weren’t even given hotel rooms for the night.
Police: 20 Arrested In Jersey Shore Drug Ring Bust, Suspects Distributed Cocaine Across StatePolice have charged 20 people in connection with a cocaine drug ring in Monmouth County.
At Least 80 People Arrested In 'Romance Scam' Stealing Millions From Victims Looking For RelationshipsMany of the victims responded to emails asking for money from scammers offering a relationship in return.
Formerly Homeless Teen Accepted To 18 Colleges Starts His First Day At New SchoolA teen, whose family has battled homelessness, accepted to 18 colleges started his first day at The College of New Jersey.

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Suspicious Device On George Washington BridgeCBSN New York's Dick Brennan has the latest on the police investigation that has closed the upper level of the George Washington Bridge.
Mom Of Eric Garner Speaking Out After Decision On Sgt. Kizzy AdonisGwen Carr held a rally following NYPD's decision to penalize the commanding officer in Eric Garner case.
Sources: Body Discovered At Queens Hostel Believed To Be Missing ChefA body found at a Queens hostel on 77th Street is believed to be the missing head chef from Cipriani Dolci Grand Central who had not been seen or heard from in four days. CBSN New York's Hazel Sanchez reports.
NJ Trio Of Alleged Thieves Leave Infant Behind At Scene Of CrimeThree women accused of stealing a stroller from a New Jersey baby supply store had to turn back around after forgetting some precious cargo: A small child. CBSN New York's Nina Kapur reports.
Holtsville Neighbors Surprised By Golf Driving Range's Late-Night Party SideTopgolf, a growing chain of driving ranges with nightlife, wants to open a new location in Holtsville where neighbors worry their peace and quiet will soon be shattered by the sounds of club music and golf balls. CBSN New York’s Carolyn Gusoff reports.
SBA Reacts After Sgt. Adonis Disciplined In Garner DeathThe Sergeants Benevolent Association responds after Sgt. Kizzy Adonis was disciplined in Eric Garner's death.
Search Narrowed On Serial Robbery SuspectPolice have narrowed down the search for one of the two armed robbery suspects accused of using a stolen Mustang as the getaway car. CBSN New York's Aundrea Cline-Thomas has the latest.
Search Underway For Missing Head ChefAndrea Zamperoni has been missing for days and his coworkers at Cipriani Dolci Grand Central are growing more and more concerned. CBSN New York's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Rapper Cardi B Posts Tirade Against NYPDCBSN New York's Dave Carlin has the latest on rapper Cardi B's profanity-filled tirade against the NYPD on Instagram.
Swarm Of Bees Removed On East SideA beekeeper was called into duty on Manhattan's East Side after a swarm of bees covered a garbage bag on E. 47th Street.
Time Out New York Things To Do For Weekend 8/24-8/25Time Out New York editor Will Gleason shares his picks on fun events in and around New York this weekend, including a Dog Restaurant Week, Afropunk and the Jazz Age Lawn Party
Long Island Pushing To Train Youth For Tech CareersWith young people underemployed more than ever now, high school students are considering skipping college and the debt -- and taking on a trade. CBSN New York's Jennifer McLogan has more from Levittown.