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Mother And Son Charged With Selling Toxic Apricot Formula As A Fake Cure For CancerInvestigators say drums of hazardous materials were found inside the woman's Bellerose Manor home in Queens. Their phony miracle formula is allegedly a toxic apricot seed concoction.
Demanding Answers: Gov. Murphy Vows To Speak With Port Authority About Plan To Scrap Carpool DiscountGov. Murphy told CBS2 earlier this month he was open to keeping it, but then the Port Authority claimed it wasn't safe or feasible. So what now?
'It Gave Me My Groove Back': Model Allyn Rose Talks About Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue After Preventative Double MastectomyModel Allyn Rose has been touched by breast cancer in more ways than one. She's sharing her story to inspire others to prioritize their breast health as well.
Stop The Stigma: Student Groups, Professionals Pushing To Raise Awareness On Mental Illness TreatmentMental illness affects millions of people in the United States, but it's a topic that can be challenging to discuss.
Retired NYPD Sergeant: Recent Spike In Police-Involved Shootings Tied To City Policy ChangesThere has been four police-involved shootings in eight days. They have left some people wondering if there's a reason behind this spike in violence toward officers.
Demanding Answers: MTA On Hot Seat Following Yet Another Case Of Debris Falling From Elevated TracksIt was driver Philip Garcia's turn to deal with dents, broken glass and frayed nerves.
Repairs Begin On Charging Bull Statue In Lower ManhattanThe bronze bull sculpture near Wall Street was damaged last month when a tourist from Texas smashed a metal banjo over it's head.
New York City DOT Announces 'Green Wave' Bike Safety PlanWith the number of cyclists killed on the streets of New York rising, city transportation officials have unveiled a new safety program.

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Is There Any Hope For New York Sports?CBSN New York's Steve Overmyer has the latest on the rough year for New York sports. So is there any hope for a New York championship?
Autistic Chefs Finding Success Beyond High School At Luv Michael KitchenThe Queens non-profit Luv Michael is expanding in Long Island City and now looking for more autistic adults to join their growing kitchen crew. CBSN New York's Mary Calvi reports.
More Falling Subway Debris In QueensThe MTA says protective netting installed in Queens did not work to stop falling debris from an elevated subway track. CBSN New York's Dave Carlin reports.
DOT Announces 'Green Wave' Bike Safety PlanNew York City Department of Transportation Commissioner Polly Trottenberg discusses the city's "Green Wave" initiative that will give cyclists priority at some traffic lights.
NYPD Officer Wounded, Suspect Killed In Harlem ShootingThe NYPD says a police officer was wounded and a suspect was killed during a police-involved shooting early this morning in Harlem. CBSN New York's Reena Roy has the latest from the scene.
Man Accused Of Exposing Himself To Young GirlsPolice are searching for a man accused of exposing himself to two young girls walking to school in Brooklyn.
New Video Shows Incendiary Device Thrown At Masonic Hall In ChelseaSurveillance video shows an object that looks like a Molotov cocktail engulfed in flames flying into the entrance of the Masonic Lodge at 46 West 24th Street on Oct. 8. CBSN New York's Alice Gainer reports.
Senate Bill Would Repeal IRS Cap On State And Local Tax DeductionsHomeowners who pay high property taxes, like many in the Tri-State Area, were hit hard by the tax overhaul bill passed in 2017. CBSN New York's Alice Gainer reports.
Living Large In A Dahl HouseCBSN New York's Natalie Duddridge visits a Hollywood actress' weekend home in Rockland County for this week's edition of Living Large.
High School Student Accused Of Encouraging Elementary School Student To Kill HerselfA New Jersey High School student is under arrest for allegedly encouraging a young student to take her own life in the Franklin Borough in Sussex County. CBSN New York's Lisa Rozner reports.
Speak With Your Wallet: Sustainable Fashion Experts Urge Shoppers To Consider Impact On EnvironmentThe word "sustainable" applies to fashion as a movement that aims to change the entire cycle of fashion starting with production and consumption. CBSN New York's Nina Kapur reports.
New Jersey Volunteers Helping Get Eye Glasses To Those In Need Around The WorldIt may be 2019, but getting access to eye glasses is becoming more difficult for many Americans due to the cost. That’s why volunteers in New Jersey are helping out those in need. CBSN New York's Jessica Moore reports.