- Mega Payday Grows!Mega Millions Jackpot Grows To $1.6 Billion After Friday's Drawing
- Subway SlideReport Finds Less People Taking NYC Subways As Problems Pile Up
- Debate Standoff ContinuesCuomo, Molinaro Skip Duel After Governor Offers Radio-Only Debate At 8 A.M.
- Second 'Proud Boy' Busted In Connection To BrawlSecond Member Of Far Right Group The Fifth Arrest Following Melee Last Week
- Khashoggi Confirmed Dead By Saudi ArabiaSaudi State TV Says US-Based Reporter Died In Fist Fight At Consulate
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700,000 Seasonal Jobs Up For Grabs As Holidays NearCompanies that rely on seasonal workers are reportedly sweetening the deal by offering perks like health benefits and higher wages that would typically go to full time employees.
Cuomo, Molinaro Both No-Shows To Governor's Oddly-Timed Radio DebateWhile speaking on WCBS 800 Friday morning, the governor told the station he’d come back at 8 a.m. on Saturday for an un-televised showdown with his challenger.
NYPD Roundup: Bank And Gucci Store Robbed, Mall Guard AssaultedThe NYPD has released photos of suspects being sought in connection with several of their ongoing investigations.
Unique Program Hopes To Get Every NYC Student To A Broadway ShowCBS2’s Andrea Grymes and Cindy Hsu sat down with the president of the Broadway League, Charlotte St. Martin, who says they hope every 10th grade in the city will get to see a Broadway play within five years.
Four-Time Cancer Survivor Spreads Message Of PerseveranceBreast cancer is the most common cancer among American women and October is breast cancer awareness month.
Molinaro Scoffs At Last Minute Debate Proposal From CuomoThe incumbent Cuomo offered a last minute proposal to his Republican challenger. Exactly where, when, and how the debate happens all remains up in the air. CBS2 Political Reporter Marcia Kramer reports.
Saudis Confirm Death Of Jamal KhashoggiThe government claims the journalist died in a fist fight at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
All Eyes On Mega Millions DrawingThe Mega Millions jackpot crossed the $1 billion mark ahead of Friday night's drawing, making it the second-largest jackpot in lottery history. CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
CBS2 10/19 PM Weather UpdateCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has the latest weather forecast.
Invasive Bug Threatening This Year's Christmas Tree CropYou might not recognize the spotted lanternfly, but perhaps you've heard the buzz that it could hitch a ride home with you in your Christmas tree. CBS2's Vanessa Murdock reports.
Mega Millions Jackpot To Cross $1 BillionIt amounts to the second largest lottery jackpot in history. CBS2's Alice Gainer has more.
FDNY Graduates Nearly 300 New Firefighters, Including Most Women In DecadesThe FDNY also says this year's class is one of the most diverse with nearly 43 percent identifying as visible minorities. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Update: Islip Divided On Future Of Local SlaughterhouseSlaughterhouses are found on East End farms on Long Island, but now the densely populated Islip is considering zoning changes to allow a slaughterhouse of its own - and there are passionate feelings on both sides. CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Update: Slinging Pumpkins To Their Doom For Science, LearningCBS2's Cindy Hsu is at Picatinny Arsenal in New Jersey where students are getting an unusual lesson in engineering, science and mathematics by launching pumpkins hundreds of feet.
Update: FDNY Welcomes 2nd Largest Number Of Women In Graduating ClassThe only year the graduation featured more woman becoming firefighters was back in the Class of 1982, the first year women were eligible to join the FDNY. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Update: Could You Be A Mega Millionaire?Feeling lucky? Go grab a Mega Millions ticket! As CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reports, tonight’s jackpot is up to a whopping $970 million.
Jets Release WR Terrelle Pryor, Promote WR Deontay Burnett From Practice SquadGang Green decided to shuffle their already thin wide receiver deck ahead of Sunday's showdown with the Minnesota Vikings.
Knicks Come Up Just Short In Back-And-Forth Battle With Crosstown NetsCaris LeVert's driving layup with a second left gave him a career-high 28 points and the Brooklyn Nets their first victory of the season.
NFL Picks - Week 7: Chiefs Bounce Back With Shootout Win Over BengalsCBS 2 Chicago sports anchor Ryan Baker breaks down the biggest matchups of the week.
Avocados Steal The Show On Menus Across New York CityMove over, guacamole. It’s time for your star ingredient to shine. The avocado is taking center stage on the menus at multiple restaurants across New York City.
Brooklyn’s ‘Republic Of Booza’ Puts New Twist On Classic Ice CreamBrooklyn now boasts an ice cream parlor that’s packed with booza. The shop is the first of its kind in the United States. But what’s booza?
Magic In Manhattan: 'Harry Potter' Exhibit Gives Fans Glimpse Inside HogwartsCalling all muggles, Hogwarts is coming to Manhattan. The highly anticipated exhibit features some of the props and costumes from the films.
Why Some Customers Experience Tipping GuiltElectronic systems are making it easier to leave a tip, but is it also easier to create guilt when picking up take-out or donating to a cause at a cash register? CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
NYC To Mandate Cuts In Sugar For Drinks, Packaged FoodsAs part of a national effort, city health officials will push companies to cut sugar by 20 percent in packaged foods and 40 percent in drinks by 2025. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
New Jersey Change In Law Could Confuse Voters On Nov. 6A new way of handling mail-in ballots is causing confusion and concern for some New Jersey voters, including some who have been contacted directly by candidates’ campaigns. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.