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Bronx Street Renamed To Honor Navy Veteran Killed Along With 4 Daughters In Tragic Wrong Way CrashIt bears the name of Audie Trinidad, whose life – and the lives of his four daughters – were cut short on July 6, 2018 in a crash on a Delaware highway.
3 Dead In Apparent Murder-Suicide In Harlem, Suspect Possibly Started Apartment FirePolice say all three lived in the building, but it's still not clear what the relationship was between the victims.
FDNY: EMT Seriously Injured After Being Assaulted During Medical CallAccording to the FDNY, the EMT was responding to a medical call in the Bronx when the assault occurred.
1 Dead After Police-Involved Shooting In Monmouth CountyIt happened Friday night on Walnut Drive in Farmingdale.
Police Investigating Suspicious Death In The Bronx, Body Found Wrapped Up Inside CarOfficers found a body inside a parked car near West 183rd Street and Sedgwick Avenue in University Heights around 11:30 p.m. Friday.
Dominican Republic Tourist Deaths: FBI Tests Show 3 Americans Died Of Natural CausesThe FBI assisted with the toxicology tests of three of at least nine Americans who died there in recent months.
Pork Sausage Patties, Turkey Patties Recalled Due To Salmonella ConcernsThe recall affects about 6,444 pounds of ready-to-eat patties from George’s Prepared Foods.
State Police Say 16-Year-Old Committed Rape, Posted Video Of Assault On Social MediaThe teen, whose name has not been released, is being held on $25,000 cash bail or $50,000 bond.

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Bronx Street Renamed In Honor Of Navy VeteranCBSN New York's Dave Carlin has the latest on the renaming of a Bronx street to honor a Navy veteran killed in a tragic wrong way crash.
Knitting 'Chunky Blankets' The Newest Trend In BrooklynCBSN New York's Jessica Moore looks at how knitting has come back in style in Brooklyn.
Inspector General: MTA Can't Tell When Employees Are Actually Working OvertimeA new report from the MTA Inspector General says the agency is not equipped to verify if employees being paid overtime are actually working those extra hours. CBSN New York's Jessica Moore reports.
Leaders React To Controversial Plan To Close RikersCBSN New York's Marcia Kramer discusses what leaders told her about controversial plan and vote to close Rikers Island.
Publisher Restricts E Book Access At LibrariesMacmillan publishing is looking to restrict electronic book access library systems by only allowing them to purchase one e-copy at the work's initial release. CBSN New York's Mary Calvi reports.
Homeowner, Postal Service Battle Over Halloween DecorationsThe postal service and a Long Island homeowner are in a standoff over a Halloween decoration; CBSN New York's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Yankees Must Win Or Go Home TonightTonight it’s win or go home for the New York Yankees after losing Game 4 of the ALCS. CBSN New York's Reena Roy reports.
Three Killed In Crash On I-80 In ParsippanyAt least three people are dead following an early-morning crash on I-80 in Parsippany. CBSN New York's Christina Fan reports from the scene.
New York Puts On The Purple For Spirit DayThousands across the country are wearing purple in support of Spirit Day as a way to spread a message of compassion, specifically for LGBT youth. CBSN New York's Christina Fan reports.
Blue Pumpkin Candy Buckets Aim To Raise Awareness Of Autistic Trick-Or-TreatersTrick or treating can be a fun experience for some children, but not necessarily for those who have autism and trouble communicating. Now there's a new way of trick or treating that aims to help ease the process. CBSN New York's Meg Baker reports.
Injured Bald Eagle On The Mend In CTConnecticut State Troopers got a report of a bald eagle laying on the right shoulder near Exit 25 by Bethany. CBSN New York's Ali Bauman reports.
Gear Up For Windy Weather!The rain may have passed, but heavy winds whipped through the night leaving many Long Island residents waking up to a mess. CBSN New York's Jenna DeAngelis reports.