Internal Investigation Underway After Rochester Police Officer Pepper Sprays Woman In Front Of Her ChildOne of the officers involved has been placed on administrative leave.
Fruit Stand Worker Injured In East Side Crash Still In Pain, But Grateful To Be Alive: 'I Thank God Morning And Night'Sohaib Annabi says at the moment of the crash, he had just stepped away to stand in a patch of sunlight -- light that he says saved his life.
Queens Neighbor Holds Rally In Solidarity With Asian-American CommunityIt follows a series of attacks on Asian Americans in New York City. Community members say it's a cycle that must end.
Child Hit By Fire Truck, Seriously Injured On Staten IslandFirefighters gave the boy aid until an ambulance arrived and took him to a hospital, police said.
Police: Woman Found Dead, Wrapped In Plastic Inside Abandoned Building In Financial DistrictThe medical examiner is working to determine her cause of death.
10-Year-Old Boy Found Dead In Harlem, Police InvestigatingOfficers were sent to a NYCHA building on West 131st Street just before 2:30 p.m. Saturday for a report of an assault inside an apartment.
COVID Vaccine In New York: Javits Center Vaccination Site Now Open 24 HoursThe Javits Center is now running around the clock, and the demand is high.
Paramedic Speaks Out About Being Bitten On Face During Routine Call In Brooklyn: 'We Need Better Protection'Police say a 17-year-old girl in Sheepshead Bay bit Jenna Piscitello as the fire department medic was helping her onto a stretcher early Friday morning.
Senate Passes Biden's $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief BillThe Senate approved President Biden's $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package Saturday, more than 24 hours after opening debate on the bill.
New Pop-Up COVID Vaccination Sites Open Across New York, Signs Of Normalcy Returning To CityA dozen new community pop-up sites are opening across the state this weekend as the federal vaccine supply increases. Other centers are extending their hours.
NYPD: Suspect Stole $50,000 From 89-Year-Old Man During Queens Home InvasionPolice said the suspect used the victim's cane to threaten him until he handed over the cash.
Brooklyn Couple Hospitalized After Stabbing In Bushwick, Police InvestigatingSources told CBS2 the victims are married, but it's unclear if this was a domestic violence incident.
CBS2 Weather Headlines: Cold, Dry Weekend; Taste Of Spring Next Week When Temps Reach 60sIt's a mix of clouds and sun today with highs in the mid to upper 30s. Wind chills will stay in the 20s. Then get ready for a big warmup next week!
Several Hurt, Including 2 Children, After Car Slams Into Outdoor Dining Structure In MidtownPolice said a white van was driving south on 2nd Ave. when it hit a black Toyota Camry, causing the Camry to spin out and crash into an outdoor dining area.
Police: Teen Bites Paramedic On Face While Being Placed On Stretcher In BrooklynThe paramedic needed four stitches and could end up permanently scarred.
Brooklyn Mom Wants NYC Apartments Inspected Annually After Parts Of Ceiling Crash Down On 12-Year-Old SonThe ceiling material is not lightweight; it's actually quite heavy. Now, the family worries about what's going to come down next.
New York State Legislature Votes To Curb Gov. Cuomo's Emergency PowersBoth the New York State Senate and Assembly voted to strip Gov. Andrew Cuomo of his emergency powers Friday.
NYPD Aviation & Scuba Unit Helps Rescue Injured Crew Member On Board Fishing VesselThere was a dramatic rescue in the Atlantic, 14 miles south of Jones Beach, on Thursday.
Immersive Public Art Installation Now On Display At Domino ParkIt features large circles created from interactive circular pads on top of Domino Park's fountain.
NYPD: Bleach Thrown In Officer's Eyes During Clash Between Protesters In MidtownFour people were arrested, and multiple weapons were seized, including a hammer, brass knuckles and an unidentified type of spray.
Brooklyn Teen Facing Rape Charges In Alleged Attack At Mount Saint Mary CollegeNewburgh Police believe 19-year-old Anthony Pennachio may have also sexually assaulted other victims and are asking anyone with information to come forward.
Democrats Strike Deal To Move Forward With Stimulus Bill Debate After Hours-Long StallThe "vote-a-rama" for President Biden's $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package, a grueling but typically straightforward Senate process of voting on a series of amendments, was derailed on Friday by disagreements within the Democratic caucus over an unemployment insurance benefit.
New York City Movie Theaters Reopen After Nearly A Year Of COVID RestrictionsThis comes nearly five months after Westchester County and Long Island theaters reopened.
Reports: Top Cuomo Aides Allegedly Altered July Report To Conceal Number Of Nursing Home DeathsThe Cuomo aides reportedly separated nursing home deaths from the deaths of nursing home residents at hospitals, lowering the perceived death toll. 
Ridgewood Community Gathers Together To Surprise High School Senior Suffering From Chronic IllnessThe pandemic has made his journey more challenging, so his guidance counselor gathered the police and fire departments, as well as others, to lift his spirits.
COVID Vaccine In New York: Homebound Seniors Received Johnson & Johnson Vaccine At Brooklyn Housing ComplexInitially, the focus is on Brighton Beach and Co-Op City in the Bronx, but the effort will ramp up in just over a week.
Queens Judge Vacates Convictions For 3 Men Who Served 24 Years In Prison For 2 MurdersGeorge Bell, Rohan Bolt and Gary Johnson were convicted in the December 1996 murders of Ira Epstein and NYPD Officer Charles Davis during a robbery in Queens.
Staffing Cuts At St. John’s Episcopal Hospital In Far Rockaway Temporarily HaltedIt comes after blowback from the community over proposals to cut staff and number of beds at the hospital.
Latest US Jobs Report Shows Strongest Hiring Bump In Months As Vaccination Efforts Ramp UpIt's a sign the labor market is recovering one year into the pandemic. But who's hiring?
ASPCA Holding Virtual Towel Drive While Facing Shortage During PandemicThe ASPCA usually relies on towel donations from hotels and fitness centers, but many of those businesses have been closed or had much less business. Additionally, in-person donations have been temporarily suspended out of an abundance of caution.

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Rochester Police Facing Questions After Woman Pepper-SprayedRochester Police are facing questions after an officer pepper-sprayed an African-American woman in front of her young child.
Fruit Stand Worker Says He Could Have Been Killed In East Side CrashAn outdoor dining spot was leveled after a car crash Friday on the East Side. Several people were injured in that crash, including one man who believes he could have been killed; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Rally Held In Queens Following Attacks On Asian AmericansA Queens neighborhood held a rally Saturday in solidarity with the Asian-American community.
Police: Child Critically Injured After Getting Hit By FDNY TruckA child was seriously injured after getting hit by an FDNY ladder truck Saturday.
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Multi-Vehicle Crash Injures 7, Destroys Outdoor Dining Structure In ManhattanSeveral people are hospitalized, including two children, after a multi-vehicle crash sent debris flying through the air during the morning commute in Manhattan. CBSN New York's Kiran Dhillon reports from the scene.
Multiple Injuries After Car Slams Into Structure In ManhattanMultiple people are injured after a car crashed into what is believed to be an outdoor dining structure in Manhattan. CBSN New York's Kiran Dhillon reports from the scene.
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Mayor De Blasio's Daily Coronavirus BriefingMayor Bill de Blasio holds daily briefing as Johnson & Johnson's coronavirus vaccine arrives in New York City.
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