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Connecticut Father Accused Of Killing Anguilla Hotel Employee Hoping To Clear His NameScott Hapgood is speaking publicly for the first time about the night he claims he and his family were attacked in an Anguilla hotel room.
Police Seek Suspect Accused Of Assaulting, Raping Woman In QueensThe incident happened around 2:45 a.m. Sunday near Tuskegee Airmen Way and 157th Street.
Traffic Accident Uncovers Arsenal In Suspect's Car, Drugs And White Supremacist Material Found At His HomePolice say 57-year-old Joseph Rubino had an arsenal of 15 weapons, including semi-automatic rifles, shotguns, silencers, a bullet-proof vest, and even a grenade launcher.
Lawyer For Plastic Surgeon Arrested For Arsenal Of Weapons Says Doctor Presented No DangerDr. Matthew Bonanno's attorney describes the plastic surgeon as a weapons collector.
New Jersey School Board Shuts Down Repairs On Rotting Classroom Trailers After Insect Infestation FoundCBS2 first reported Monday that angry parents in Wall Township showed off classroom trailers with rotting wood and water damage. Now CBS2 has learned about an insect infestation.
What A Catch! Staten Island Trio Reel In 500-Pound Shark Off New Jersey CoastOff the coast of Sandy Hook, New Jersey, they hooked a massive Thresher shark measuring 94 inches long.
Iconic Brooklyn Pizzeria Seized For Unpaid Taxes, Shuttered After 54 YearsCBS2 spoke to the owner's daughter Tuesday who said they had a payment plan in place with the IRS.
Police Say More And More Mass Shootings Being Thwarted As Suspects Leak Their Plans OnlineNow, authorities across the nation – including in the Tri-state area – are saying more threats are being discovered regularly as potential shooters are sharing their plans publicly.

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Staten Island DA: Garner Grand Jury Evidence Can't Be ReleasedThe Staten Island District Attorney says he can't release any evidence from the grand jury that cleared former officer Daniel Pantaleo in the death of Eric Garner.
Homeless Father Reunited With Family After 24 YearsJose Lopez, reunited with the family he had not seen in 24 years thanks to the New Jersey Transit Police Department, spoke Tuesday at Newark's Penn Station.
Living Large In Luxury Loft In SoHoThere's a home on Greene Street in SoHo that offers a chic lifestyle and unbelievable views of Manhattan. CBSN New York's Natalie Duddridge recently took a tour for this week's edition of Living Large.
Long Beach Benches In DisrepairLong Beach officials are working to repair more than 300 benches on the beach that have been damaged by people using them for exercise. CBSN New York's Jennifer McLogan reports
Combating Vacant Storefronts In NYCCBSN New Yorks' Dana Tyler sits down with Small Business Services Commissioner Gregg Bishop to talk about vacancy problems in New York City.
Gov. Cuomo Signs New Law Over Electronic Ads On WaterGov. Andrew Cuomo has signed a law saying digital, floating billboards are banned in the state’s navigable waters, including the Hudson and East rivers.
Connecticut Man Accused In Resort Killing Speaks OutA Darien, Conn., man accused of killing a hotel employee is hoping to clear his name; CBSN New York's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Web Extra: Mental Health Resources For Officers In NassauNassau County lawmakers and police unions discuss the mental health resources for officers in wake of the ninth NYPD suicide.
Hearing Today On Bike Lanes LawsuitA hearing will be held today on a lawsuit that's challenging new protected bike lanes along Central Park West. A group of condo owners says the DOT violated New York State law when it started construction on the new lanes. CBSN New York's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Parents, Kids Protest Outside JUUL OfficeDozens of parents and advocates are planning to protest teen vaping today outside the Juul offices in Manhattan. CBSN New York's Jenna DeAngelis has the details.
Citi Bike Offering Free Month To NYCHA Residents, SNAP RecipientsCiti Bike is offering free passes to NYCHA residents and SNAP recipients.
FDNY Firefighter Dies Of 9/11-Related IllnessAnother FDNY firefighter who worked at Ground Zero has died from a 9/11-related illness.