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Pricey New Plan Aims To Put Buses First In NYC And Barely Speeds Up TrafficDe Blasio wants to give buses a push with a new $280 million city action plan designed to take the current average bus speed of 7 ½ mph and increase it by 25 percent.
Judge Strikes Down New York's New Education Rules Enforcing Higher School Standards For YeshivasNew York State's education department announced new guidelines in November, but a pro-yeshiva group filed a lawsuit challenging the new plan.
NYPD Officer Shot, 1 Suspect Dead After Washington Heights Gun BattleIt happened at 187th Street and Wadsworth Avenue at around 4:30 p.m.
After Judith Clark Granted Parole, Pain Of 1981 Cop Killing Renewed For Rockland County PoliceWhether it’s outrage or elation, the decision to parole Judith Clark is sparking strong reactions throughout New York.
Council Passes NYC's Green New Deal, Mandating Updates On BuildingsBig buildings could soon face big fines for not being green enough.
Woman Makes Sure 97-Year-Old Marine Who Died Alone Celebrated At FuneralBob Graham, who earned a Silver Star for Valor in Combat during World War II, will be laid to rest on Friday, April 26.
Read The Redacted Mueller ReportSpecial counsel Robert Mueller's long-awaited report comes after an investigation that lasted nearly two years.
From Basement To Table? Underground Farm Grows Specialty Items In ManhattanGoing from farm to table has never been so fast in New York City.
Suspected Meteor Streaks Brightly Across New Jersey SkyThe American Meteor Society says it received hundreds of reports and the bright streak through the sky was most likely a meteor.
New York International Auto Show Rolls Into TownIt's America's largest auto car show, with nearly 1,000 cars and trucks on display.
Some Chewy Chips Ahoy! Cookies Recalled Due To 'Unexpected' IngredientThe maker of Chewy Chips Ahoy! cookies is voluntarily recalling some of its products because of a "solidified ingredient" that could cause some people to get sick.
NYPD Provides Update After Officer Shot, Suspect DeadInvestigative reports on human-interest stories, including news making national headlines and newsmaker interviews.
Sculptures Of Past Popes Created By NJ Woman On DisplayCBS2's Meg Baker introduces you to an artist in New Jersey, whose sculptures of previous popes are now on display at St. Patrick's in New York.
Netflix To Open Production Office In ManhattanNetflix is opening a new production office in the Flatiron district, reportedly creating over 100 high-paying jobs.
Suffolk County Unveils Suburban 311 LineCBS2's Carolyn Gusoff has the latest on Suffolk County's new 311 non-emergency phone system.
Railroad Crossing Campaign RelaunchedFederal officials have relaunched a railroad crossing safety campaign after a number of deadly crashes.
City Reveals New Plan To Move Buses FasterCBS2's Dave Carlin has the latest on Bill de Blasio's new plan to speed up bus traffic in New York City.
New York Weather: CBS2 4/18 Evening Forecast at 5PMCBS2's Elise Finch has your weather forecast for April 18 at 5 p.m.
Stellar Eberle, Steady Nelson Are Making Islanders' Decisions This Offseason That Much More DifficultDue to the no-margin-for-error style the Islanders play, their 103-point regular season never felt as enjoyable as it should have. And because of that, there were often discussions that probably shouldn't have taken place.
WWE Injuries Include Daniel Bryan, Sheamus, Amid Superstar ShakeupsWWE, in the wake of WrestleMania, endures a spate of injuries, including Daniel Bryan and Sheamus, and RAW and SmackDown roster shakeups.
Ready To Rumble: New York Giants 2019 Schedule RevealedFor the sixth time in the last eight years, the Giants will play the Cowboys in Week 1. In Week 6, they travel to New England to take on the Patriots.
Things To Do In NYC This Weekend (Besides Passover And Easter)Time Out New York editor Will Gleason stopped by CBSN New York to talk about events happening in and around New York City this weekend.
After First Round Sweep, Excitement For Islanders Playoff Run Reaching New HeightsThe last time New York enjoyed such success was the early 80's when the Islanders won four consecutive Stanley Cup titles – an almost unheard of feat.
Living Large: The Crown Jewel Of Central Park SouthCBS2's Natalie Duddridge toured a home that has one of the most stunning views this city has to offer in this week's edition of Living Large.
This Week In NYC: Lean Into The Science Of Attraction Or Sit Back With JazzFrom experiments exploring "romantic spark" to a jazz concert, there's plenty to take in in New York City this week. Read on for a rundown of ideas for how to fill your calendar.
From Oysters To Octopus, These 4 Fresh New York Seafood Spots Have You CoveredNothing beats seafood—and if you're in the mood to enjoy briny delights in New York City, we've found a lineup of places that will excite your appetite. Here are the newest places to check out the next time you're in the mood for seafood.
Vegetable Egg Rolls: Like Crepes, But Perfect For Passover MenuKosher cookbook author Naomi Nachman shows off some savory dishes to make for Passover, including her recipe for vegetable egg rolls.
Chinese Food In NYC: Expert Spotlights What's Changing"New Yorkers are obsessed with Sichuan food," Eater New York editor Serena Dai told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
'We Are Brooklyn': Hot Beef And Broth At Brennan & Carr"We like being old school. We like being who we are," general manager Eddie Sullivan told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
A Southern Menu That 'Warms The Soul' At Millie Peartree"If you don't take the time and put the love into it, it's not going to come out the same," Chef Millie told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
After Escaping War-Torn Homeland, One-Handed Martial Artist Finds Success In QueensSports offer a path to better ourselves through competition. For one martial artist it’s been a way to a new life.
Shoeshine Guild Goes Beyond The Luster To Embrace Kindness, Save LivesKevin Tuohy and his staff in Chelsea Market are giving the job of shining shoes some new found prestige.
Rarest Baseball Cards From 1800s Up For Auction In Long IslandOne family held on to a set of 1888 baseball cards that are now worth a small fortune at auction later this month.
Target Recalling Half Million Christmas Toys Sold In Bullseye's PlaygroundTarget is recalling nearly a half million Christmas-themed toy cars sold in its Bullseye's Playground due to a choking hazard.
Study: Fentanyl-Related Deaths Spiked 122% In West VirginiaFentanyl-related deaths have skyrocketed in West Virginia even as prescription-related opioid deaths declined, according to a new study.
Police Alert Public After Razor Blades Found Hidden In Gas Pump HandlesAuthorities in southwestern Michigan are urging residents to be vigilant after razor blades were found inside gas pump handles.
What Is Going On In NYC This Weekened?Time Out New York editor Will Gleason joins CBSN New York's Ali Bauman to discuss interesting events going on in our area this weekend: Easter at The Standard High Line, Earth Day Spring Fest at Arlo Blooms and Queens Night Market.
Suffolk County To Implement 311 SystemSuffolk County will become the first suburban county in the state to utilize a 311 system. Critics say its too costly, but the county executive says it actually saves money. CBSN New York's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
New York Weather: 4/18 Friday Afternoon ForecastJohn Elliott reports. Expect partial clearing tonight with the development of patchy fog. It will be milder, too, with temps only falling into the upper 50s.
Cardinal Dolan Unveils Notre Dame FundraiserTimothy Cardinal Dolan announced the launch of the "From St. Patrick's To Notre Dame" fund to help raise money for the reconstruction effort.
Community Mourns 7-Year-Old Boy Struck By VanA 7-year-old boy was struck and killed by a van
Man In Custody After Entering St. Patrick's Cathedral With Gas CansA New Jersey man accused of carrying gasoline and lighter fluid into St. Patrick’s Cathedral was held for questioning overnight. Meanwhile, the landmark has reopened to worshipers. CBSN New York's Jenna DeAngelis reports.
Jets And Giants Schedules ReleasedCBSN New York's Steve Overmyer takes a look at the newly-released NFL schedules for the Jets and Giants.
Flight Attendant In Coma From MeaslesCBSN New York's Ali Bauman has the latest on a flight attendant in a coma after getting the measles that she may have contracted in New York City.
Possible Jury Misconduct Delays SentencingProsecutors said the motion further delays closure for the Vetrano family, but ultimately agreed with the judge’s decision to let the allegation play out in court. Legal expert Cheryl Bader spoke with CBSN New York about the allegation.
Watch The New York International Auto Show Preview!CBSN New York's Steve Overmyer offers a look into the 2019 International Auto Show underway at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in Manhattan.
MTA Bus And SUV Collide On Staten IslandTwo people were hurt after an MTA bus and SUV collided on Staten Island. CBSN New York's Dana Tyler reports.
New Jersey Lawmakers Push Back Against Cuomo's Congestion Pricing PlanTwo New Jersey congressmen are pushing back against Gov. Cuomo’s plan for congestion pricing in Manhattan by introducing a bill that would prevent Garden State drivers from having to pay twice.