Lincoln Tunnel Radio Announcements To Be Scaled Back After ComplaintsRight now the automated message also reminds drivers that texting and driving is illegal, interrupting any songs playing on the radio.
Subway Riders Claim Brooklyn F Train Has Gone Rogue, Goes Express Without Warning“All of a sudden, the train which is supposed to stop at their local stations doesn't stop at their local station so they have to ride past and get back and turn around,” city council member Brad Lander said.
Drone Sightings, Near-Miss With Plane Sparks Delays At Newark AirportThe sources say the drones were were seen flying at 3,500 feet over Teterboro Airport, less than 20 miles from Newark Airport.
De Blasio Pledges Crackdown On Growing Homeless Epidemic On City's Subway TrainsVideo shows a subway car turned into a personal closet by a homeless person, complete with bags, boxes, and clothes littered on the train's floor. Another shows a homeless person turning a bench into a bed.
Rod Covlin Stands Trial For Murder Of Millionaire WifeProsecutors say the man's motive for the murder was money, but Rod Covlin's defense on Tuesday told the jury he's just a fall guy
3 Charged In Planned Explosive Attack On Upstate Muslim CommunityCourt papers say three Rochester-area men are accused of plotting to attack Islamberg, a rural Muslim enclave west of the Catskills.
Long Island Man Charged With Murder For Allegedly Stabbing Wife To DeathAccording to police, Wayne Alcus attacked his wife Patricia at their home Monday night at 7 p.m. 
'42' Photos Of Mariano Rivera's Hall Of Fame CareerAs number 42, Mariano Rivera, enters the Baseball Hall of Fame, here are 42 photos looking back at the career of the greatest closer in MLB history.
New York Dems Flex Muscles, Pass Reproductive Health ActA re-write of New York abortion laws has been held up by Republicans for more than a decade.
Yankees Legend Mariano Rivera Becomes First Player Elected To Baseball Hall Of Fame UnanimouslyThe greatest closer of all-time is now officially part of the most exclusive club in Major League Baseball.
NYPD Using Virtual Reality To Help Strengthen Ties With CommunityThe new program, called "Options," is geared towards middle and high schoolers.
'Schwinn Graveyard': Derelict Bikes Linger On NYC StreetsThere are so many that the city has actually created an agency to remove them. 
New Study Says Americans Flocking To Urgent Care Instead Of Their Primary Doctor Due To ConvenienceMore and more people are choosing urgent care over their primary doctor. It's a growing trend among millions of Americans that could be changing the health care industry.
NYPD Hopes To Question Man In Jan. 5 Assault On Woman On Staten IslandThe NYPD is asking for the public's assistance identifying a man wanted for questioning in connection with an assault on a woman on Staten Island.
Chelsea Clinton Expecting Third ChildClinton made the announcement on Twitter, saying she and husband Marc Mezvinsky "cannot wait to meet our newest addition later this summer." 
Federal Workers To Miss Second Paycheck If Government Doesn't Reopen By MidnightPresident Donald Trump and Congress seem no closer to reaching a deal on reopening the government.
Pop-Up Food Pantries Helping Furloughed Government EmployeesIt has been more than a month since the federal government shutdown started, and some workers in the Tri-State Area are feeling the impact. 
10 Employees At Queens Location Suing NewYork-Presbyterian For DiscriminationNewYork Presbyterian Hospital is facing a multi-million dollar lawsuit. Ten employees at the Queens location claim they were harassed and discriminated against.
NYCHA Residents In Harlem Forced To Deal With A Brutally Cold Night With No Heat Or Hot WaterWith temperatures in the teens and single digits, thousands of New York City Housing Authority residents have had to ride out this week's bitter cold in their homes due to heating outages.
Penn Station Access Project Gets Green LightGovernor Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday said the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Empire State Development, and Amtrak have struck a deal that would expand Metro-North service to the East Bronx.
2 Brooklyn Apartment Buildings Evacuated Over Structural ConcernsPeople living in two Brooklyn apartment buildings made a shocking discovery Tuesday morning – their buildings are leaning.
Retired NJ Firefighter Accused Of Stealing Memorabilia From Fire Museum, Selling It OnlineOfficials say the exact value of the items wasn't immediately clear but "is said to be significant," according to police. 
Chris Brown Detained On Suspicion Of Rape In ParisThe American singer has been detained on suspicious of rape in Paris, CBS News reports.
2019 Academy Award Nominees RevealedThe Oscars still don't have a host, but on Tuesday morning, at least they have nominees.
Millennials Ditching The Doctor; What’s At StakeMore and more millennials are ditching the doctor and many don’t even have a primary care physician, according to a survey by the Kaiser Family Foundation. Some doctors say this could lead to people overlooking serious health issues.
1/22 CBS2 Tuesday Afternoon Weather HeadlinesIt will remain tranquil this afternoon, but boy is it cold out there! Thankfully we'll see a decent amount of sun with just some clouds mixing in.
Pregnant Cow That Broke Free On New Jersey Highway Inspires New LegislationThe legislation would make transporting pregnant livestock for slaughter and killing pregnant livestock a crime under the state’s animal cruelty laws.
Opening Statements To Start In Mangano RetrialOpening statements are set to start Tuesday in the retrial of former Nassau County executive Ed Mangano and his wife, Linda.
Man Accused Of Killing Queens Jogger Karina Vetrano Back In CourtProsecutors vowed to retry 22-year-old Chanel Lewis after his first trial ended in a mistrial last November.
MTA Increasing Speed Limits For Subway TrainsThe subway is speeding up across New York City. Newly revised speed limits have trains picking up the pace at 24 stations.