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Caught On Camera: Suspects Plow Car Into Father & Son, Then Slash Victim In Shocking Harlem AttackThe car slammed into them as they walked on the sidewalk along West 112th Street last week – then police say the attackers took the assault even further.
Smartphone S.O.S. App Saves NYC Teen From Ambush By Bicycle Gang In Hell's Kitchen“I used this emergency S.O.S. on my phone and it made a siren sound," Maxwell Wesslock said.
Mother Of Infant Twins Killed In Bronx Hot Car Tragedy Speaks, Husband Still Faces Criminal ChargesMarissa's husband Juan, an Iraq War veteran from Rockland County, had driven to work at a Bronx VA hospital -- leaving his one-year-old twins trapped in their car seats.
Caught On Camera: NYPD Officer Appears To Be Taunted By Group Of Dirt Bike RidersThe NYPD has made an arrest in an incident that some say disrespected the badge.
Old Dogs, New Tricks: 10,000 Pets Needed For Scientific Study On AgingScientists hope old dogs can teach us new tricks, or even shed light on human longevity.
New York Association of Black Journalists Holds Awards Ceremony In NYCFormer CBS2 reporter Janelle Burrell was nominated for both feature reporting and investigative journalism.
New Jersey Man Has Life-Threatening, Soccer Ball-Sized Tumor Successfully Removed From Neck"It was a relatively quicker surgery than we anticipated, we didn't have to do a reconstruction, and he did well," Dr. Nazir Khan said.
Consumer Alert: $75 Costco Coupon Being Shared On Facebook Is A Scam, Store SaysThe warehouse shopping club chain says a $75 coupon that's popping up on Facebook is a scam.
Annual Toys For Tots Drive Kicks Off On Long IslandThanks to Toys for Tots, thousands of children across Long Island have a present to unwrap to each holiday season.
Talking 'Evil' With Katja HerbersKatja Herbers, the star of the hit show "Evil" on CBS, stopped by to talk about the psychological mystery which examines the origins of evil along the dividing line between science and religion.
Looking For Something To Do This Weekend? Check Out These SuggestionsLooking for things to do this weekend? Time Out New York's Will Gleason stopped by with suggestions.
National Grid Gas Nightmare: New Portal For Home And Business Owners To File Complaints About MoratoriumThere is now a formal channel for New Yorkers to complain about the effects of National Grid’s natural gas moratorium in the city and on Long Island.
CBS New York's Winter Survival GuideHelpful tips for keeping you and your family safe during a storm.
Pageantry & Protest At NYC's Veterans Day 2019President Donald Trump became the first sitting U.S. president to attend New York's parade, the 100th annual event which draws thousands of vets and spectators from around the country.
Awards Ceremony For New York Association Of Black JournalistsCBS2's Maurice DuBois co-hosted the awards ceremony for the New York Association of Black Journalists.
New York Weather: CBS2 11/14 Nightly Forecast at 11PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for November 14 at 11 p.m.
Pets Needed For Dog Aging StudyScientists are looking for 10,000 pets to take part in an aging study.
NYC Student Saved From Bike Gang By SmartphoneCBS2's Jessica Layton has the latest on the middle school student who was saved from an attack by a group of teen bikers thanks to his smartphone.
Coyote Warning Issued At Rutgers UniversityA coyote warning has been issued in New Jersey after a person was bit.
NYPD: Suspects Plow Car Into Father, Son In HarlemCBS2's Ali Bauman has the latest on the search for two suspects after they rammed a car into a father and son in Harlem and then slashed the adult victim.
2 Students Dead In California School ShootingCBS2's Valerie Castro has the latest on the school shooting at Saugus High School In Santa Clarita.
Knicks Take Down Porzingis Again, Spoil Star's Return To New York With WinKristaps Porzingis couldn’t even hide from the taunts during the national anthem.
Georgiev, Lundqvist Both Shelled In Tampa Bay’s 9-3 Rout Over RangersAlexandar Georgiev was pulled early on after allowing four goals on nine shots, before returning to start the third period. Henrik Lundqvist replaced Georgiev and gave up four goals on 19 shots.
Darnold: Another Year With Gase Will Be ‘Absolutely Amazing’A day after team CEO and chairman Christopher Johnson announced the coach will remain in place for next season, Sam Darnold gave the news an enthusiastic thumbs-up.
Chocolatiers From Around The World Set To Show Off Sweets At 'Salon Du Chocolat'Listen up, chocolate lovers. The event takes place this weekend at the Jacob Javits Center in Manhattan.
Food And Drink Events Are Hot In New York City This WeekFrom food tours to a chocolate-making class, there's plenty to explore and enjoy if you're hungry for something new.
'Tina: The Tina Turner Musical' Opens On Broadway"Tina: The Tina Turner Musical" is currently playing at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre.
Holiday Shopping: Picking The Right Phone To Add To Your Wish ListIf a new phone is on your wish list, Sree Sreenivasan has some advice for picking the right one.
Furry Friend Finder: Rita & Yasmin Searching For Their Forever HomesRita is a 4-year-old, 13-pound terrier mix, and Yasmin is a 2-year-old, 12-pound chihuahua-hound mix.
Rockefeller Plaza Christmas Tree Cut And On Its Way To New York CityIt's a sure sign that Christmas is coming: The 77-foot tall Norway spruce is on its way to New York City right now to be this year's Rockefeller Center Christmas tree.
An Artist's Refuge: The 4th Street Photo GalleryCBS2's Elle McLogan visits photographer Alex Harsley, whose laden gallery stores volumes of pictures of New York City streets, past and present.
Computers? Who Needs 'Em! Not The Owner Of Gramercy Typewriter CompanyFor Paul Schweitzer, who still carries a flip phone, the typewriter is modern enough.
'It's Home': 92-Year-Old Ms. Clara Hayes Runs The Show At Macon Hardware In Bed-StuyAt age 18, Clara Hayes moved to New York City with $28.
Snap Shot NY: 'The Black Pearl' Sails At A Home In Roxbury, N.J. Every HalloweenOne family in New Jersey has turned their front yard into an incredible adventure.
Help And Hope: Project Kind Embracing Better Futures For Homeless In NeedWhen homeless get housed, it increases their self-sufficiency and helps them reintegrate into the work sector.
Snapshot NY: Taking A Ride In The Seat Of New York HistoryIf you've watched a ticker-tape parade in New York in the past seven decades, you've seen the same car lead the way down the Canyon of Heroes: a custom-built Imperial Phaeton.
Living Large: Long Island Or Lake Como? Travel Back In Time With Italian EleganceThe home itself is fairly new, but the décor and finishes make it seem like you’re taking a trip back in time.
Living Large: Surprises Inside And Out On St. Luke's PlaceA tiny street in the West Village is home to an 1800s townhouse that has been transformed into a modern marvel.
Living Large: Picturesque Living In Putnam CountyA sprawling property in the Hudson Valley has something for everyone, from boating enthusiasts to nature lovers.
Study Links Air Pollution Nanoparticles To Brain Cancer For First TimeTiny particles produced by motor traffic have been linked to brain cancer for the first time, according to a new study from Canadian researchers.
Star Ejected By Milky Way's Supermassive Black Hole Clocked At 3.7 Million Miles Per HourA runaway star traveling across our galaxy at an astonishing 3.7 million miles per hour is on track to be ejected from our Milky Way galaxy and into intergalactic space.
Police Hunt For Woman After Husband's Body Found Inside Freezer In Her BedroomPolice in Missouri have issued a warrant for the arrest of a woman who allegedly kept her husband's body in a freezer in her bedroom for nearly a year.
Dozens Of Foster Kids Get Adopted In Special Ceremony; More Adoptive Families Are NeededDozens of children in New York City are smiling like they never have before. All of them were officially adopted during special ceremonies. CBSN New York's John Dias reports.
Raccoon Sighting Startles West Village ResidentsLower Manhattan residents hope the city takes care of a potential raccoon problem after a big one was spotted recently in the West Village. CBSN New York's Tara Jakeway reports
New Rochelle Parents Irate Over Suspensions Of Varsity Football CoachThere is a controversy brewing in New Rochelle after the high school's legendary football coach was reassigned just days before the team's state regional playoff game. CBSN New York's Cindy Hsu reports
8 Firefighters Injured In S.I. House FireEight firefighters were injured battling a two-alarm fire this morning on Staten Island. CBSN New York's Charlie Cooper reports.
Mayor De Blasio Unveils 'Outreach NYC' Program To Address HomelessnessUnder the new program, thousands of front-line employees from various city agencies will be trained to request homeless outreach assistance when they come across someone in need.
Group On Bikes Appears To Terrorize OfficerNew video appears to show an NYPD officer being taunted by a group of dirt bike riders in the Bronx. CBSN New York's Jenna DeAngelis reports.
East Village Explosion Case Heads To JuryCBSN New York's Alice Gainer has the latest on the trial of three people being held responsible for an explosion in an east Village building in 2015.
Swarovski Crystal Star Tops Rockefeller Center Christmas TreeA 900-pound Swarovski crystal star has been placed atop the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree. CBSN New York's Dana Tyler reports.
East Village Explosion Trial Goes To JuryClosing trial arguments wrapped up Wednesday regarding the East Village explosion that killed two people and injured more than a dozen people. CBSN New York's Alice Gainer reports.
How Are You Bracing For The Cold?CBSN New York's John Dias went to the Upper West Side to find out how New Yorkers are dealing with the early winter blast of frigid temperatures.
Brooklyn Rallies In Support Of Cited Churro Vendor WomenDemonstrators gathered at the Myrtle-Wyckoff subway station to rally in support of two women who were cited by the NYPD for selling food without vendor licenses. CBSN New York's Reena Roy reports.
New York Cares Launches Coat DriveNYPD Commissioner James O'Neill helps kick off annual event to help clothe those in need ahead of more bitter winter weather. CBSN New York's Dana Tyler reports.