Holiday Travel Brings Traffic Headaches; When And Where To Avoid Worst CongestionAs CBS2's John Dias reports, 90% of travelers are expected to drive to their destinations this holiday weekend.
As Holiday Travel Picks Up Again, Lawmakers Call For COVID Restrictions For Domestic FlightsApproximately 4.2 million Americans are expected to fly for Thanksgiving -- a more than 80% increase from last year. 
4-Year-Old Girl Dies Days After Harlem Fire That Killed MotherThe fire started around 1:30 a.m. Friday inside an apartment building at the corner of West 112th Street and Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard.
Long Island Animal Rescue Trying To Help US Air Force Sergeant Bring Cat Home From Middle EastThe sergeant rescued Stan while deployed. He's now scheduled to return to his home in the Midwest but has no way to get Stan back with him.
Holiday Train Show Back In All Its Glory At New York Botanical Garden After Limited Capacity Last YearFrom the Statue of Liberty to One World Trade, Radio City to the Apollo Theater, Central Park to Grand Central, New York City's top attractions are all in one place for the holiday season. 
Cardinal Dolan Helps Hand Out Thanksgiving Turkeys In Harlem: 'A Great Time In The Life Of The Community'Dolan said, for him, the Tuesday before Thanksgiving marks the start of a beautiful season.
Bergen County NAACP, Rep. Gottheimer Organize Turkey Giveaway In Teaneck To Help Those In NeedThanks to a huge community effort, hundreds of families in New Jersey will now have food to put on the table this Thanksgiving.
Holiday Food Giveaways Needed This Year More Than Ever, As Pandemic Food Insecurity PersistsThe pandemic has left millions of New Yorkers hungry. A new report finds 1 in 7 city residents has struggled with food insecurity, with the Bronx hit the hardest.
TIMELINE: New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo Resigns In Wake Of Sexual Harassment, Nursing Home ScandalsGov. Andrew Cuomo announced his resignation after an independent investigation by the attorney general's office found he sexually harassed 11 women and created a toxic workplace.
Young People's Chorus Of NYC Shares COVID Experiences Through Poetry, Art & Music In 'Alone Together' ExhibitOver the past 20 months, the Young People's Chorus of New York City helped its members process their emotions through song.
Widow Of Former Marine Who Started Toy Drive In Honor Of Late Husband Says Donations Are Desperately NeededTonianne VanDerveer and her niece Alexandra Daras started collecting toys for the Marines' Toys for Tots three years ago shortly after VanDerveer’s husband, Jamie, died from cancer.