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Tenants Of Queens Apartment Building With 573 Open Violations Take Property Owners To CourtTenants say the biggest violation is a broken elevator that hasn't worked in three years.
NJ Marijuana Legalization: Top Senate Officials Pushing To Put Issue On Ballot in 2020New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney and Senator Nicholas Scutari introduced new legislation on Monday that would take a measure on public support for bringing legal weed to the Garden State.
Syracuse University Students Demand Changes After Report Of Racist IncidentOn Saturday, an African-American student says she was subjected to racial slurs by members of a fraternity.
NYPD Numbers Show Increase In Some Subway CrimesAll the MTA would say is that safety is a top priority and that the NYPD's numbers reflect the continued need to protect employees and millions of customers.
'It's Over Now. He's At Rest': 75 Years After His Death, WWII Pilot's Remains Given Military Funeral Back In U.S.There was a pipe and drum corps and a color guard of veterans at a military funeral for a man who died 75 years ago. 
1 Killed, 3 Injured In Newark ShootingIt happened on South Eighth Street between 11th Avenue West and 12th Avenue around 5:15 p.m.
50 Cases Of Mail Theft Under Investigation In Ramsey, NJUnfortunately, Ramsey is not the only Bergen County municipality dealing with this type of crime.
Belleville, N.J. Mayor, Police Chief: Don't Fall Victim To Door-To-Door Water Testing ScamMayor Michael Melham and Police Chief Mark Minichini said since this past Thursday people have been knocking on doors and telling residents they were sent by the mayor to test the water.


'Butter Is My Thing': At Junda's Pastry Crust and Crumbs, Baking Is A Family TraditionCBS2's Elle McLogan visits a North Fork bakery where everything is homemade, from the raspberry-cheese strudel to the German chocolate Danish.
How To Strategize Your Holiday Shopping With These Gift IdeasWhether you’re still making your list or have already started your holiday shopping, Anthony Rotunno, senior editor for New York Magazine’s “The Strategist”, has expert advice on how to find the best online deals.
Family Of Soldier From Famed 'Harlem Hellfighters' Receives Long-Awaited Honor From World War IAt 17, the Oyster Bay native joined the 369th Infantry Regiment, a unit of African-Americans started in Harlem that served overseas during “The Great War.”
Tiny Seeds, Big Promise: Breakthrough Procedure Helping Breast Cancer Patients In Just One TreatmentInstead of having to go through months of chemo and radiation, doctors are using just one treatment that's much easier on patients, Dr. Max Gomez reports.
CBS2 Demands Answers, Gets Action For NYCHA Tenant Claiming Agency Wouldn't Fix Leak-Filled ApartmentJust moments before CBS2 aired Rivera’s story at 6 p.m. on Friday, NYCHA responded, saying the agency sent contractors to repair radiator knobs and a steam leak in the living room.
High School Students Turn Thanksgiving Food Drive Into Friendly CompetitionEach student may be hungry for the win, but they know the most important thing about the contest is making sure no one is actually hungry on Thanksgiving.

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Police Arrest Man For Driving On Sidewalk In Times SquareThere's an updated on a reckless driving incident that happened in Times Square last year.
Case Of Woman's Body Found In Staten Island Park Ruled A HomicidePolice have new information about the death of 25-year-old Ola Salem; CBSN New York's Nick Caloway reports.
Numbers From NYPD Show Increase In Complaints Of Misdemeanor CrimesIncidents of harassment, groping and assaults on the subway are reported often, and according to NYPD numbers, some subway crimes are increasing; CBSN New York's Alice Gainer reports.
Syracuse University Halts Fraternity Activities After Report Of Racist IncidentThere's uproar at Syracuse University after the school suspended all fraternity activities because of another reported racist incident.
Belleville, NJ Officials Warn Of Water ScamThe mayor and police chief in Belleville, N.J. are advising residents to be on the lookout for people knocking on doors and saying they were sent by the mayor to test the water. CBSN New York's Lisa Rozner reports
White Scaffolding Sprouting Up Across NYCYou may have noticed something different about some of the scaffolding going up around the city. CBSN New York's Dave Carlin.
Cab Driver Says He Didn't Stab PassengerA cab driver accused of stabbing a passenger last month in the Bronx is expected to surrender to police today. The cabbie claims he never stabbed the man and says there’s more to the story. CBSN New York's Jenna DeAngelis has the details.
Bloomberg Apologizes For 'Stop And Frisk'After defending the NYPD’s former stop-and-frisk policy for years, former mayor Michael Bloomberg is now apologizing for the controversial program. CBSN New York's Reena Roy reports.
Cat Food RecalledQuest cat food company is recalling products due to a possible salmonella contamination.
Prince Andrew Breaks Silence On Jeffrey EpsteinCBS' Ian Lee has the latest on the interview given by Prince Andrew, breaking his silence on his friendship with Jeffrey Epstein.
NYPD Saves Stranded Kite SurferThe NYPD saved a stranded kite surfer in the water near Breezy Point.
NYPD Officer Killed In FDR CrashAn off-duty NYPD officer has been killed in a high speed crash on the FDR Drive.