New Jersey Family Rescued On Mountain In Maine Says Hiking Trail Sign Pointed Them In Wrong DirectionA New Jersey family had to be rescued after going for a hike on a mountain in Maine. They said a sign along the trail pointed them in the wrong direction.
Higher State Taxes, Federal Stimulus To Fund Expanded Pre-K On Long IslandA flood of new money from higher state taxation and federal stimulus funding is coming to Long Island.
Exclusive: New NYPD Chief Of Detectives James Essig Says Department Needs Help From Communities To Tackle Gun ViolenceThe NYPD says combating gun violence is a central focus as violent crime continues to rise citywide.
Companies Outfit Offices For 'New Normal' As Employees Return To WorkplaceMore companies are asking employees to return to the office. But what's the new normal when it comes to the workplace?
Mets Fans Return To Citi Field For Home Opener Against MiamiFrom the field level to the top of the ballpark, fans of all ages were eager to celebrate a Mets win.
Biden Announces New Gun Control Measures, Calls Gun Violence In America 'International Embarrassment'With an ideological divide in Congress, legislation seems unlikely. But a bipartisan group of senators is working to build consensus on measures including stronger background checks.
Petition Started To Save Beloved Supermarket That Serves Brooklyn's Crown Heights And Prospect Lefferts GardensA Brooklyn community is rallying around a staple grocery store that is being forced to close.
Struggling Professional Dancers To Get Help This Weekend With Outdoor Performances On Rooftop Near Lincoln CenterA series of special outdoor performances will take place this weekend in Manhattan. It's all for a good cause -- to raise money for struggling professional dancers in the Big Apple.
Citing Critical Need, New York Blood Center Says Donations Can Be Made At Pop-Up Mall Sites On Long IslandDonors are desperately needed, and hard to find, with many community drives canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Joseph Russo Facing Hate Crime Charges In 3 Anti-Asian Attacks In Brooklyn, NYPD SaysPolice say the 28-year-old attacked three people between March 5 and April 5 in different parts of Brooklyn.
Community Devastated After 7-Year-Old Boy Dies In Newark House Fire: 'It Hurts Real Bad'The flames broke out shortly after 4:30 a.m. on Astor Place near Pennsylvania Avenue.
Sources: Garbage Cans Set On Fire At Transit Stations Across New York CitySources tell CBS2 the fires appear to have been intentionally set.
Rep. Lee Zeldin Announces Run For Governor Of New YorkZeldin, 41, has represented New York's 1st congressional district, which covers most of Central and Eastern Suffolk County, since 2015.
Long Island Businesses Say They Are Overwhelmed By The New Realities Of Recreational MarijuanaNew Yorkers 21 and older can now possess up to three ounces of marijuana at home or in public. The new law has triggered immediate workplace concerns for both employers and employees.
CBS Announces Peter Dunn, David Friend Will Not Be Returning As Investigation ContinuesBack in January, they were placed on administrative leave after accusations of alleged racist, homophobic and sexist behavior.