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Woman, 7-Year-Old Boy Killed In New Jersey House FireA Good Samaritan helped pull a grandfather to safety.
Impeachment Managers Say In Brief That Trump's Midconduct Is 'A Danger' To National SecurityHouse impeachment managers submitted a 100-page brief Saturday arguing that the case for removing President Trump from office is clear.
Police Seek Missing 1-Year-Old Taken By Father In The BronxInvestigators say the suspect drove off with the child after meeting with the girl's mother in the Belmont section.
Farewell To Titles And Duties: Harry And Meghan 'No Longer Working Members' Of Royal FamilyUnder a new agreement, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will no longer receive public funds for Royal duties.
'It's Freeing': Hockey League Gives Visually Impaired Players An Opportunity To Hit The IceSix teams from all over the northeast, 32 players in all, come to a rink in Bayonne, New Jersey, to play a game you might think would be unavailable to them.
Several Injured In Pile-Up On Bronx River Parkway, Drivers Blame Slick RoadsDrivers say when the crash happened around 1:30 p.m. Saturday, they couldn’t see more than a quarter of a mile ahead of them.
'Rise And Roar' Women's March In NYC Putting Out Calls For Justice, Economic Rights, EqualityThe fourth annual Women's March in New York focuses on pay equity, #MeToo issues, immigration reform, gun reform, reproductive rights and equal rights.
Volunteers Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day With 72-Hour Service Project At Brooklyn ChurchThey're working in shifts -- some for one hour, some for 10 hours -- to make a difference.

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Drivers Say Low Visibility Caused Crash On Bronx River ParkwayPolice are investigating a multi-vehicle crash on the Bronx River Parkway that happened Saturday afternoon, likely as a result of the snow; CBSN New York's Christina Fan reports.
Volunteers Start 72 Hours Of Service In Honor Of Martin Luther King Jr. DayVolunteers in Brooklyn are celebrating the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday this weekend by giving back; CBSN New York's Nick Caloway reports.
CBSN New York 1/18 Evening Forecast at 5PMCBSN New York's Jeff Berardelli has your weather forecast for January 18 at 5 p.m.
Thousands Take To Manhattan Streets For Women's March“Rise and roar” was the rallying cry at the fourth annual Women’s March through New York City.
New York Weather: 1/18 Saturday ForecastCBSN New York's John Elliott reports. Remember last Saturday? Almost 70 degrees! A week later, and snow is moving in. It’s not a major storm, but enough to make for slick travel.
Suffolk County Officers Help Catch 3 Pigs On Sunrise HighwayA Suffolk County police officer made a surprising discovery Friday morning on the Sunrise Highway.
2 In Custody After Slashing At Manhasset LIRR StationPolice received a report of a slashing at an LIRR station on Long Island at the start of the Friday evening commute.
Black Comic Book Festival Returns To BrooklynUp to 10,000 people are expected to show up to The Schomberg Center in Harlem for more than 40 vendors and a dozen panels that focus on fantasy, sci-fi, and graphic novels. CBSN New York's Charlie Cooper reports.
Time Out New York's Things To Do This WeekendTime Out New York's Shaye Weaver stopped by CBSN New York to share the top happenings in the city this weekend, including The Golden Festival, the Outsider Art Fair and Knitting Live.
UWS Businesses Still Closed Following Water Main Break Flooding DamageOn Monday, water cascaded into the streets near Lincoln Center causing serious damage to nearby buildings and cars. CBSN New York's Dave Carlin reports.
Police Seek Killer After Long Island Mother Found Dead In HomeThe Farmingdale community is at a loss to explain how and why 27-year-old mother Kelly Owen was found suffocated in her bed on their quiet, close-knit suburban street. CBSN New York's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Owner, Contractor, Plumber Each Get Up To 12 Years In Prison For Deadly East Village Gas ExplosionThe blast that killed two people in the East Village at 121 Second Ave. wounded 13 and leveled three buildings. CBSN New York's Dana Tyler reports.