Stolen French Bulldog Found Safe On Long Island, Burglary Investigation ContinuesSuffolk County police say Stella, a 4-year-old French Bulldog, was taken from her home on Robin Lane in Huntington sometime Thursday evening.
David Robinson, 53, Arrested For Murder Of Woman Who Died After Falling Down Stairs At Subway StationThe 58-year-old woman was in a coma for almost two weeks before she died.
Suspect Charlie Vasquez, 23, Charged In Shooting That Injured 2 NYPD Officers In The BronxA suspect has been charged with attempted murder in the shooting that sent a pair of NYPD officers to the hospital.
New Video Shows Suspected Gunman, Car Used To Flee Scene Of Deadly Bronx Double ShootingJonathan Pena, 32, died at the hospital after he and another man, 46, were shot on Nov. 13 in the Mount Eden section.
Gov. Hochul: No Known Cases Of New COVID Variant 'Omicron' In New YorkThere is growing concern over a new COVID-19 variant that could spread faster, and may put vaccines to the test.
The History Of The Brooklyn Bridge: 'Such An Iconic Piece Of New York City And Beyond'The Brooklyn Bridge has been an indelible part of the New York City skyline for nearly 140 years. When it was completed in 1883, it was hailed as an engineering marvel and called the eighth Wonder of the World.
Shop Local SaturdayEvery Saturday, CBS2 is celebrating small businesses! These shops have worked nonstop while spreading joy to the community.
CBS2 Weather Headlines: Cold, Gusty Saturday; Light Snow Showers OvernightDespite more sunshine, it'll be cold this afternoon. Highs will only reach the low 40s, feeling like the 30s with gusty northwest winds. After midnight, some light snow showers approach from the west.
Stephen Sondheim, Legend Of The Broadway Musical, Dead At 91Stephen Sondheim, the songwriter who reshaped the American musical theater in the second half of the 20th century, has died. He was 91.
Fans Pack Theater District To Express Their Emotions Over The Passing Of Stephen SondheimBroadway fans were devastated Friday night to hear of the passing of legendary composer Stephen Sondheim.
Madison, N.J. Christmas Parade Returns, And Those In Attendance Enjoyed Every Second Of ItA beloved holiday tradition made a comeback on Friday. Madison's annual Christmas parade marched along Main Street once again after being canceled last year because of the pandemic.
Police: Young Firefighter Dies In Fire In His Own Westchester County HomePolice said 26-year-old Sean Carroll died after flames broke out in the basement of his home in Thornwood.
NYPD: Landlord-Tenant Dispute Suspected In Canarsie Fire That Seriously Injured 2Officials are investigating a case of alleged arson in Brooklyn that left a young woman with severe burns and smoke injuries. They say an angry tenant may have started the fire.
NYPD Officer Robert Holmes, Wounded In Shooting On Thanksgiving Eve, Leaves HospitalAn eight-year veteran of the force, Holmes received a round of applause from fellow officers as he left Saint Barnabus Hospital.
Amazon Targeted In Anti-Black Friday Protests In New York City And Around The WorldWhile many people shopped Friday, anti-Black Friday groups took to the streets as part of a global day of action.
Holiday Shopping Means Prime Time For Package Thieves; Expert Advice To Keep Your Deliveries SafeWith all the online shopping underway this weekend, soon you can expect to see a slew of boxes showing up on people's doorsteps.
Caught On Video: Woman Punched In Face After Mask Confrontation In Brooklyn, Police SayThe suspect can be seen on surveillance video coming up behind the 39-year-old victim and punching her in the face. 
U.S. To Restrict Travel From South Africa, 7 Other Countries Over New COVID Variant 'Omicron'The race is on to learn more about the new variant, like how transmissible is it and is it resistant to current vaccines?
Burglary Suspect Caught On Video Inside Bronx ApartmentSurveillance video shows him enter a room with a computer desk and children's toys. 
Police: 84-Year-Old Woman Attacked In Attempted Purse RobberyPolice are searching for a woman they say followed an 84-year-old woman home and tried to rob her.
French Bulldog Stolen From Long Island Home In Thanksgiving BurglaryPolice said the suspect, or suspects, stole the dog, named Stella, and a PlayStation 5.
Time Out New York Shares Top Things To Do In NYC This Holiday WeekendWhether you're entertaining family and friends, or you're on your own this holiday, there are plenty of things to do this weekend in New York City.
Black Friday Shoppers Back In Person This Year, Despite Higher PricesIt's beginning to look a lot like... 2019, as businesses are expected to welcome more than 158 million shoppers for Black Friday weekend. 
6 Firefighters Hurt Battling Raging Fire At Williamsburg Apartment BuildingThe fire broke out just after 11 p.m. Thursday on the top floor of a three-story apartment building on Devoe Street.
New York City Council Passes Measures To Ease Congestion Created By Delivery TrucksCity Council has passed multiple new measures to stop online delivery trucks from blocking streets and sidewalks.
See It: Bear Closes Front Door At New Jersey Homeowner's RequestSusan Kehoe says she took a video Monday night of a bear she calls "Mr. Doorman." She says the bear has learned to close her front door.
Police Searching For Suspect In Fatal Stabbing Outside Penn StationPolice said the suspect stabbed a 36-year-old man man in the chest. He was rushed to Bellevue Hospital, but later died.
NYPD Officer Released From Hospital After Thanksgiving Eve Shooting In The BronxThe NYPD said two uniformed officers were shot when they confronted a man with a gun around 8 p.m. in the Belmont section.
Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade Brings Holiday Magic Back To Streets Of New York CityLast year's parade was scaled back significantly because of the pandemic, but Thursday it returned in a big way.
Nonprofit Volunteers Make Sure Brooklyn Residents Impacted By Devastating Fire Have Thanksgiving To RememberVolunteers from Masbia told CBS2 Thursday they wanted to give residents at 222 Lenox Road something to get excited about.

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Time Out New York's Things To Do This Thanksgiving WeekendWhether you're staying home this holiday, entertaining friends and family, or you're on your own, there are plenty of things to do this weekend in New York City. CBS2's Dana Tyler has more from Time Out New York Editor Will Gleason.
UPDATE: Latest On 2 NYPD Officers Shot In The BronxCBS2's Lisa Rozner reports from the Belmont section of the borough.
Black Leaders Honored At Soul Train AwardsPerformers are not the only people who are honored at this year's Soul Train Awards. CBS2's Jessi Mitchell shows us how the network honored Black leaders who normally don't get the sunlight.
All Eyes On Upper West Side For Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade Balloon InflationOn the night before the annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, all eyes were on the Upper West Side for the balloon inflation; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
NYPD Officer Hit By Vehicle In Canarsie, BrooklynAn NYPD officer suffered a broken ankle and a leg injury after being hit by a vehicle in Brooklyn.
2 Police Officers Shot, Wounded In The BronxTwo police officers were shot in the Bronx on Wednesday night.
Chanukah Falling Just Days After Thanksgiving Means Back-To-Back Celebrations For Some Jewish AmericansChanukah begins just days after Thanksgiving this year, which means Jewish Americans will go from turkey to Black Friday and back again to having family around the table on Sunday; CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Hampton University Marching Band Represents As Only HBCU In Thanksgiving Day ParadeTen of the country's top bands will march down the streets of New York City in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, and Hampton University's Marching Force will step and stand out on the parade route; CBS2's Jessi Mitchell reports.
Thanksgiving Eve: A Celebration -- Part 3While most of us spent the night before Thanksgiving prepping for the big feast, the people at Macy’s spend it on the Upper West Side, inflating the balloons that will fly down the parade route; CBS2's Jessica Moore, Lonnie Quinn and Jessi Mitchell report.
Thanksgiving Eve: A Celebration -- Part 2While most of us spent the night before Thanksgiving prepping for the big feast, the people at Macy’s spend it on the Upper West Side, inflating the balloons that will fly down the parade route; CBS2's Jessica Moore, Lonnie Quinn and Christina Fan report.
Thanksgiving Eve: A Celebration -- Part 1While most of us spent the night before Thanksgiving prepping for the big feast, the people at Macy’s spend it on the Upper West Side, inflating the balloons that will fly down the parade route; CBS2's Jessica Moore, Lonnie Quinn and Steve Overmyer report.
Mayor De Blasio, Officials Discuss Thanksgiving In New York CityMayor Bill de Blasio and other officials spoke about Thanksgiving in New York City on Nov. 24, 2021.

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Remembering legendary musical theater composer Stephen SondheimStephen Sondheim died on Friday at age 91. Tributes are pouring in for the notable musical theater composer. Leigh Scheps, a senior reporter at Inside Edition and CBSN's Broadway contributor, joins CBSN anchor Lana Zak to discuss Sondheim's life and legacy.
Natalie Hemby on career, new music and success in songwritingSinger-songwriter Natalie Hemby joins this week’s “Saturday Sessions.” She was recently nominated for a Grammy award for a song she co-wrote for singer, Yola. It follows the release last month of her second solo album, "Pins and Needles." Anthony Mason spoke with Hemby about her long road to music success.
Saturday Sessions: Natalie Hemby performs “Heroes”Singer-songwriter Natalie Hemby joins this week’s “Saturday Sessions.” She was recently nominated for a Grammy award for a song she co-wrote for singer, Yola. It follows the release last month of her second solo album, "Pins and Needles." For “Saturday Sessions,” Hemby performs “Heroes.”
Raekwon reflects on Wu-Tang Clan and new bookHe is Raekwon The Chef — not a cook, but a music man who stirs up words like few others. Born Corey Woods, he's one of the original members of the Wu-Tang Clan, the legendary hip-hop group that changed the music industry in the 1990s. Raekwon has also put out his own ground-breaking solo work. Now he's out with "From Staircase to Stage,” a book published by Simon & Schuster, a division of ViacomCBS. It is a raw, rollicking look at a group that remains a cultural touchstone.