JetBlue Adding Service From New York To LondonThe New York-based airline says the flights will start in 2021. The company is also adding flights from Boston to London.
Mayor De Blasio Bans NYC Agencies From Buying PlasticwareCity workers will soon have to say goodbye to plasticware in their break rooms thanks to an executive order banning the purchase of several single-use plastic consumer items.
Long Island Deli Owner Trying To Stave Off Building Landlord's Desire To Bring In 7-ElevenThere is a push on to save a family-owned deli that has been on a Nassau County corner since the 1980s.
Brooklyn DA Gonzalez Says He'd Support Legislation That Would Decriminalize ProstitutionBrooklyn's district attorney is considering making prostitution legal. But as CBS2's Hazel Sanchez found out Tuesday, not everyone likes that idea.
School Bus Drivers' Union Authorize Strike Against ReliantMembers of the city's largest school bus drivers union have voted to authorize a strike after job protections for bus workers were not included in the new state budget.
Jersey Shore Businesses, Residents Can See Light At End Of Long Tunnel As Beaches Nearly ReplenishedMore than six years after Superstorm Sandy, the replenishment project on the Jersey Shore is almost complete.
Woman Who Has Run Newsstand For More Than 50 Years Locked In Ugly Battle With New York CityA long-standing feud between a newsstand operator and the city could mean the end of an era for a Midtown staple.
New Program Helps Military Vets Start New BusinessesIt's not easy for military men and women to transition into the workforce, especially after serving overseas.
Brace Yourselves, N.J. Drivers, The Gas Tax May Go Up AgainNew Jersey drivers may soon be paying more at the pump.
Everyone Loses: Businesses Say Expect To Pay More For Everything You Buy In NYC Thanks To Congestion PricingCBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer reports that anyone who wants to live, eat, or shop in New York City will also be feeling the pain.
Hello Esports? White Plains To Finally End Ban On ArcadesIn downtown White Plains, you can open a beer hall or a tattoo parlor, but not an amusement arcade.
Ralph's Italian Ices Returns To Westchester After 2-Year Battle With Town OfficialsIt was an especially "sweet" ending to a bitter battle with the town of Mamaroneck that left customers heated.
Stew Leonard's To Open Local Produce, Dairy Store In New JerseyThe Garden State is getting its first Stew Leonard's grocery store, moving into the old Sear's location at the Paramus Park Mall.
Passengers Stranded In Different Parts Of The World After Bargain WOW Air Goes Out Of Business Without WarningPassengers were stranded across two continents on Thursday after WOW Air suddenly ceased operations.
Exclusive: Former Field Technician Wins Big In Discrimination Lawsuit Against VerizonA former Verizon worker on Long Island has been awarded more than $2.5 million by a jury in federal court. He claimed the giant company discriminated against him.