Meet The Little Girl With The Big Voice Behind CBS2's National AnthemThe rising star kicks off the day on CBS2, singing the national anthem before the start of the 4:30 a.m. newscast.
'We're Gonna Scare You!': New Jersey's Most Famous Haunted House Opens In NYC For HalloweenAfter years of terrorizing people in New Jersey, Bane Haunted House has opened its doors in Hell's Kitchen.
Mission, Memory Of Ray Pfeifer Foundation Continues, More Funds Still NeededWhile battling cancer, Ray Pfeifer championed the Zadroga Bill, which secured health care for 100,000 people.
'Margins Are Very Tight': National Grid President Defends Decision To Not Provide Thousands With Heat, GasThe head of National Grid – the company at the center of a firestorm for refusing natural gas hookups to thousands of New Yorkers – insists the gas shortage is real.
'I Just Keep Going': 92-Year-Old WWII Veteran Serves Up Drinks, History As Bartender In Rockland CountyAt the Pearl River Hotel, many people come for the drinks. When 92-year-old Richard Whelan is behind the bar, they stay for the conversation. 
New East River Sculpture Changes Colors Based On Water QualityMost of the data collected to decide which color the sculpture will glow is collected in the water around Manhattan.
How To Donate Halloween Costumes, Trick-Or-Treat Items To NJ Kids In NeedGot a costume with a few scares left in it? Kids in need in New Jersey are eager to take on such terrors.
Are Hot Tamales Really New York's Favorite Halloween Candy?From chocolate bars, to bubble gum, to candy corn – everyone’s got their favorite on Oct. 31. If you’re in New York however, you apparently like your sweets to be hot and spicy.
Meet The Man On A Mission To Make 10,000 FriendsIt can be tough to meet new people, but not for a young man who's on a mission to meet 10,000 new friends.
Beneath The Streets Of Brooklyn, Caves Of CheeseThirty feet underground in Crown Heights, CBS2's Elle McLogan finds tunnels from 1850, laden with cheese. It's all part of Crown Finish Caves.
#FallForNYC: Parks Dept. Hosts Foliage Hikes, Bike And Canoe ToursThe New York City Department of Parks and Recreation wants you to “Fall for NYC” with events all month across the five boroughs.