One-Month-Old Found Dead In Brooklyn Home, Police SayAuthorities say infant Terrell Jones was found by first responders Monday just after 11 a.m. inside an apartment on East 53rd Street after call to 911.
Summit Parents Fuming Over Plan To Increase Student Class Sizes, Eliminate ProgramsAccording to a Summit parent at Monday's school board vote, funds in next year's budget will reportedly be reallocated to keep the five sections and keep class sizes under 24 students
FDA Reviewing Possible Link Between Breast Implants And Rare CancerGovernment medical advisers said Monday it's too soon to ban a type of breast implant that has recently been linked to a rare form of cancer, saying more information is needed to understand the problem.
Attorney And Trump Critic Michael Avenatti Charged With Extortion, FraudSpokesman Ciaran McEvoy says the lawyer best known for representing porn actress Stormy Daniels in lawsuits against Trump faces federal charges in New York and California.
Thanks To Mandatory CPR Training, New Jersey Teacher Saves Choking Student's LifeIt turns out every staff member and student at the school is trained in CPR. It was mandated back in 2015 after a student collapsed at track practice
Downed Power Lines In Hicksville Snarl LIRR Train Service, Delays And Cancellations ReportedService on the Ronkonkoma, Huntington, Port Jefferson, and Oyster Bay branches has been temporarily suspended due to a downed power line in Hicksville.
Man Shot In The Jaw By Former Off-Duty NYPD Officer Speaks OutA man shot in the mouth by an off-duty NYPD officer in East New York, Brooklyn is speaking out for the first time. 
State Trooper Risks His Life In Dangerous Spinal Surgery To Relieve Crippling PainThe surgery had rarely been attempted in this country and it wasn't just risky, CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports it was actually life-threatening.
New Jersey Dad In Desperate Search For Missing Daughter, Announces Deadline For Her Safe ReturnThe Toms River Police Department says it does not consider Ashley's disappearance suspicious. Authorities added that there is a possibility she could be with a friend.
Marijuana Legalization: New Jersey Takes Step Back, Connecticut Moves Forward, New York Stays In NeutralIs the grass greener on the other side of the river? Clearly that was the question of the day after the planned vote to legalize marijuana in New Jersey went up in smoke.
Nassau County Ranked Among Healthiest Counties In NYSThe latest health report card is in and two counties in our area, Rockland and Nassau, top the list.
Forgotten Families: Occupants Of Dilapidated Homes Confront DHS CommissionerThe commissioner for the Department of Homeless Services was grilled by the City Council Monday. For the first time, he was also confronted by the very families who say his agency failed them.
Staten Islanders Have Had It With Flock Of Wild TurkeysThe city was supposed to remove the wild turkeys, but residents say it's taking way too long. 
Members Of 1969 'Amazin' Mets Come Together For Good Cause At Stew Leonard's In YonkersIt has been 50 years since the "Miracle" Mets won the World Series and thrilled fans throughout the Tri-State Area. The players reunited Monday for a common cause.
Department Of Homeless Services Commissioner Grilled Over Forgotten Families By City Council And CBS2The head of New York City's Department of Homeless Services was on the hot seat Monday.
Record-Breaking Special Olympian Honored On Long IslandAngel Athenas is a five foot tall wonder woman, with strength of body, spirit and Olympic gold, CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reported. 
6 Hurt When Suspects Trying To Evade Police Crash Into 2 CarsIt happened near the intersection of 163rd Street and Washington Avenue in the Morrisania section. 
New Rochelle Staging Contest For Rent-Free Apartment Inside Luxury Building For 1 YearCreative types often pursue their passion for love, not profit. But one artist is really going to score in a suburb that's putting out the welcome mat.
N.J. Marijuana Legalization: State Postpones Vote On Approving Recreational UseMonday was thought to be the day New Jersey would decide whether or not to legalize recreational marijuana. The vote's not going to happen.
Father Of 6-Year-Old Sandy Hook Shooting Victim Found Dead In Apparent SuicideJeremy Richman was the co-founder of The Avielle Foundation, named for his daughter Avielle Rose Richman, who was 6 years old at the time of the massacre.
De Blasio Breaks With Progressives, Speaks At American Israel ConferenceThe mayor spoke this morning at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee conference, the country’s leading pro-Israel group.
Smoke Condition Forces Evacuation Of Middle School In East RutherfordThe Alfred S. Faust Intermediate School was evacuated Monday morning due to a smoke condition. 
Accused Mob Boss Killer Facing Murder ChargesThe 24-year-old Anthony Comello is accused of gunning down Francesco "Franky Boy" Cali outside the 53-year-old's Staten Island home a week ago.
Retrial Of Chanel Lewis, Accused Of Killing Queens Jogger Karina Vetrano, ContinuesThe jury is expected to hear his video confessions. The defense claims the confessions were coerced. 
Half-Naked Man Sets Fire To Car, Threatens Cops With Knife, Shot Multiple TimesPolice say 33-year-old Jarrell Davis intentionally rammed his car into an unoccupied police cruiser near a police station on Northern Boulevard in Bayside.
Rocket Fired Into Israel From Gaza Stokes Fears Of Major ClashesAn early morning rocket fired from the Gaza Strip struck a house in central Israel on Monday, wounding seven people and prompting Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to cut short a trip to Washington.
Video Released Of Suspect In Possible Hate CrimePolice have released a video they say shows the man accused by a Muslim woman of assaulting her while she walked down a street in Midwood last week.
New York Lawmakers And Residents Are At Odds Over Summarized Findings In Mueller ReportWord of the contents of the Mueller Report is sparking debate from our area's federal lawmakers to New Yorkers from both parties protesting in front of Trump Tower.
Bizarre Incident Ends With Half-Naked Man Brandishing Knife Shot And Wounded By NYPD OfficersPolice say officers shot and wounded a man who charged at them with a kitchen knife in Queens.
Cuomo, Nassau County Officials Propose Permanent Tax CapGov. Andrew Cuomo joined Nassau County officials to push making a proposed property tax cap permanent after several homeowners saw huge reassessment increases at the local level.

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1969 Miracle Mets Reunite For Good CauseThe 1969 World Series champion "Miracle Mets" reunited to support former teammate Tom Seaver, who is battling dementia.
NJ Gov. Phil Murphy On Legalization Of MarijuanaNew Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy held a news conference to discuss the decision to indefinitely delay a vote to legalize recreational marijuana in New Jersey.
Honoring A Special OlympianRecord-breaking Special Olympian Angel Athenas received a full hero's welcome in Old Bethpage. CBSN New York's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Turkey Troubles On Staten IslandAn unwelcome flock is more than a nuisance in one Staten Island neighborhood. The city was supposed to remove the wild turkeys, but residents say it's taking way too long. CBSN New York's Natalie Duddridge reports
You Can Win Free Rent For A Year!A suburb trying to revitalize its downtown is offering a major perk -- free rent for a year in a new luxury building. CBSN New York's Tony Aiello reports
Bill De Blasio Speaks At AIPACMayor Bill de Blasio went to Washington DC to make a progressive case for Israel at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee conference, the country’s leading pro-Israel group.
No Big Jackpot, But 2 New Yorkers Land $1 Million Powerball WinsThe Powerball jackpot continues to grow after no one won big in Saturday night’s drawing, though two $1 million winning tickets were sold in the New York area. CBSN New York's Cindy Hsu reports.
13-Year-Old Among Victims In Bronx ShootingPolice are looking for the gunman who shot and wounded two people in the Bronx, one of them a teenager.
Extended Interview: Public Advocate Jumaane Williams On His PrioritiesJumaane Williams has been a New York City councilman for the 45th district in Brooklyn, but will now finish out the term of public advocate for the remainder of the year.
After 130 Years, Rare Baseball Cards Up For AuctionOne family held on to a set of 1888 baseball cards that are now worth a small fortune at auction later this month.
A Look Around Macy's Flower ShowThings are blooming for spring around Macy's Herald Square department store. CBSN New York's Vanessa Murdock takes you on a tour of the annual Spring Flower Show.
Interview: Coalition for the Homeless Policy Director Giselle RouthierCoalition for the Homeless Policy Director Giselle Routhier joined CBSN New York's Dana Tyler about affordable housing planning and new construction which can help alleviate the city's shelter and street crisis.