- Sandy Hook School Evacuated Due To ThreatClasses Canceled On 6th Anniversary Of Shooting
- Concerns About Safety On SubwaysNYPD: Crimes Down Citywide, But Attacks In Transit On The Rise
- Alleged Road Rage Killer In CourtJoseph Desmond Accused Of Killing FDNY Firefighter Faizal Coto
- Cuomo Tours L Train TunnelAhead Of Shutdown, Cuomo Says He Wants To Be Sure Of Best, Fastest Plan
- Bicyclist Struck Dead In StreetPolice Search For Hit-And-Run Driver Following Crash In East New York, Brooklyn
Sandy Hook Elementary School Evacuated On 6 Year Anniversary Of ShootingSandy Hook Elementary School has been evacuated on the six year anniversary of the mass shooting that claimed dozens of lives.
Jewish Organization Says It Never Threatened Restaurant's Kosher Certification Over Lesbian PerformerThe Vaad Hakashrus of Flatbush denies threatening to revoke restaurants' kosher certifications over Leah Forster's act.
Cuomo Tours L Train Tunnel To Get Closer Look Prior To ShutdownCuomo said he wanted to get a first-hand look and consult with experts so he can assure commuters that closing the tunnel is the only option.
Man Accused Of Killing Firefighter In Apparent Road Rage Attack Due In CourtAn extradition hearing will be held around 9 a.m. Friday for 29-year-old Joseph Desmond in Middlesex County, New Jersey.
NYPD: Crime Down Citywide, But Attacks In Transit On The RiseA violent attack caught on camera this week in Queens is just one example of a recent uptick in crime that has some people worried about their safety on mass transit.
From Banned To Beloved: History Of Tattooing In New York CityTattoos have become so popular, it’s hard to image a time when the industry was banned in New York City.
Money Rains Down On NJ Highway After Armored Truck Has Door ProblemCell phone video shows people walking along the highway trying to collect the cash.
Port Authority Wants Commuters To Vote On Holland Tunnel Christmas DecorationsEvery year, the entrance to the tunnel gets a holiday makeover with two wreaths and a Christmas tree.
New Jersey Family's Holiday Wonderland A Sight To SeeThere's a holiday display in the Garden State that goes way beyond just lights. In fact, it has more than 100 blow-up figures.
Grinch Stealing Christmas Decorations In Brooklyn Neighborhood, Cops SayIt's not just packages thieves are after this time of year. A real-life Grinch is stealing holiday decorations in Kensington.
Healthy Eating Tips For The HolidaysWith all sorts of tasty treats, it's hard this time of year to stick to a healthy diet. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez shows us how it's doable.
2019 Neighborhoods To WatchWhether renting or buying, real estate in the five boroughs is always changing. What are the hot neighborhoods for 2019? Nancy Wu from the real estate site Streeteasy.com joins CBSN New York's Alex Denis with the top 10 list.
CBS2 News Update: 12/14 At 9 AMMary Calvi and Vanessa Murdock with the latest news and weather headlines from CBS2 for your Friday morning.
Water Main Break In Englewood, N.J.SUEZ emergency crews are on the scene of a large water main break in Englewood, New Jersey.
Lin-Manuel Miranda Joins Billy On The StreetHamilton star and creator Lin-Manuel Miranda surprised some fans when he joined comedian Billy Eichner for a walk around the city.
Sneak Peek: Cardi B On Carpool KaraokeCardi B gets behind the wheel with the Late Late Show host, but she doesn't have a license or know how to drive. What could possibly go wrong?
Training Real-Life Mary PoppinsThe highly anticipated sequel Mary Poppins Returns opens in theaters December 19. In Britain, Norland College, one of the world's only schools for professional nannies, is renowned for educating real-life Mary Poppins.
Hear From Man Behind Holland Tunnel Wreath ControversyA commuter who started an online petition to get holiday decorations at the Holland Tunnel changed plead his case to the Port Authority Thursday.
Food At Yankee Stadium Violates Laundry List Of Safety Regulations, Report SaysThe Yankees on Thursday responded to the report by ESPN that ranked them last in the Major Leagues in its food-safety investigation at sporting venues.
Nets, Spencer Dinwiddie Agree To Contract ExtensionThe three-year extension will be worth about $34 million for the guard who was playing in the NBA G League before he signed with the Nets on Dec. 8, 2016.
Knicks Sign Undrafted Rookie Trier To Guaranteed Contract, Waive BakerTrier is averaging 11.3 points in 27 games and is shooting 39.1 percent from 3-point range, which ranks third among first-year players.
Adulting Classes For Millennials Continue To ExpandMillennials lacking life skills - like cooking, budgeting, or time management -- are now signing up for classes designed to teach them those basics.
3 Culture Events Worth Seeking Out In NYC This WeekFrom an exploration of Hannibal's road to war to an ugly sweater party for a good cause, there's plenty to do when it comes to community and cultural events coming up in New York City this week. Read on for a rundown.
Healthy Diet Tips Before Heading To Your Holiday PartyNutritional therapist and author Amy Ruth Finegold joined CBS2’s Andrea Grymes to share healthy holiday eating tips to prevent holiday weight gain.
A New Twist On Some Tasty Chanukah ClassicsChef Brandon Fay, managing director of Trattoria Dell’arte stopped by to show CBS2’s Andrea Grymes and Cindy Hsu how he’s putting his own spin on the food.
Furry Friend Finder: Murphy And ArchieIn this edition of “Furry Friend Finder,” CBS2’s John Elliott and Cindy Hsu introduce Murphy and Archie.
CBS2 Sneak Peek: ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’ Opening Soon On BroadwayThe highly anticipated stage adaption of Harper Lee’s Pulitzer-winning novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, premieres next week on Broadway. CBS2’s Mary Calvi sat down with star Jeff Daniels and writer Aaron Sorkin for a sneak peek.
Putting His Stamp On NYC: Meet John Casey Of Casey Rubber StampsA man from Cork has turned to rubber to leave his mark on the East Village.
Bonus Episode: Take A Virtual Ride On The Staten Island FerryIn this special extra from The Dig, enjoy the water views on the Staten Island Ferry.
Berber Street Food: Afrofusion Flavors From A Trailblazing ChefMauritanian chef-owner Diana Tandia serves flavors of the African diaspora to Greenwich Village.
North Pole Express Train Readies For Holiday Season's ReturnRunning on 12 miles of track, it takes nearly 500 people to keep the North Pole Express operating, most using volunteers.
'They Are The Epitome Of New York': Author Explains Why Pigeons Fit In With Hustle And Bustle Of Big AppleIn an urban environment like New York City, one of the few connections with nature is the pigeon. It's a bird largely ignored, but one man is bringing the beauty of the pigeon into focus.
Snap Shot NY: 96-Year-Old Judge Has A New Hobby... Ice Dancing?If you stop by the Sky Rink at Chelsea Piers, you might get a glimpse of a man whose real job deals with people skating on thin ice.
Puppy Found Wrapped In Weighted Trash Bag In Frozen CreekCall it a holiday miracle. A white, pink-nosed puppy thrown into a trash bag weighted with three large rocks was rescued Tuesday from a frozen creek in Kentucky.
KFC Selling Firelog That Smells Like Fried ChickenWhy settle for a Yule Log when you can burn a KFC 11 Herbs and Spices Firelog this Christmas? And yes, it does smell like fried chicken.
Drivers Surprised By Giant Middle Finger Sculpture Next To HighwayIf you find yourself driving down Route 128 between Westford and Fairfax in northern Vermont, you can't miss it -- a seven-foot-tall sculpture of a raised middle finger.