2 Shot In Morris Heights Section Of The BronxOne of the victims was shot in the head and was rushed to the hospital in critical condition.
New York City Council Expected To Vote On Moped Share RegulationsThe bill would prohibit the operation of companies likes Revel without Department of Transportation approval, and require system operators to obtain a permit for each moped in their fleet.
New Haven Firefighter Killed, Another Critically Injured Battling Early Morning BlazeThe fire broke out around 1 a.m. on Valley Street, and crews managed to rescue a woman inside.
Police: 3 Teens Hurt After Stolen Car Hits Multiple Vehicles, Including Unmarked Police CarThree teenagers were hurt after the stolen car they were riding in was involved in three separate collisions, according to police.
New York Weather: CBS2's 5/12 Wednesday Afternoon Weather HeadlinesToday we'll see a mix of sun and clouds and just a stray shower or two. Temps will return to the mid and upper 60s.
Pro-Palestine, Pro-Israel Protesters Clash In Manhattan Over Escalating Crisis In The Middle EastPro-Palestinians protested outside the Israeli consulate Tuesday, but they were met by counter-protesters carrying the flag of Israel.
Caught On Camera: Man Attacks, Robs Father And Son After Fender Bender In QueensPolice say the suspect took the victims' cell phones and a wallet before speeding off.
Itching To Travel? Experts Offer Tips On Where To Go & How To Get ThereExperts suggest this is a great time to cash in those saved up miles.
New Observation Deck On 93rd Floor Of One Vanderbilt Opens In OctoberStaring out from the 93rd floor of One Vanderbilt, you'll be towering over the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building and the Statue of Liberty.
MTA Employee Recognized After Rescuing Dog From Subway Tracks: 'It's Remarkable She Was Able To Survive That Long'Lucy somehow ended up at the Chambers Street subway station, spending the next 10 hours running herself haggard up and down the 1 line.
Judge Dismisses National Rifle Association's Bankruptcy Case, Leaving Group Open To New York LawsuitThe decision leaves the group open to a New York lawsuit, which accuses the NRA of financial abuses and seeks to shut it down.
2 NYPD Officers, 1 Retired Officer Accused Of Taking Thousands Of Dollars In BribesAll three are charged with bribery and conspiracy.
COVID Vaccine Pop-Up Sites At Subway, Transit Hubs Target Commuters As FDA Approves Pfizer Vaccine For Children 12-15Officials are getting ready to target a new set of people: Commuters. It comes as vaccination rates in New York are on the decline.
Suffolk County Looking For Volunteers To Serve As Stewards Overseeing Local Small ParksThere's a new push on to keep public parks clean and safe on Long Island.
With Crime Soaring, Return Of 24-Hour Subway Service On Monday Has Many Begging NYC To Put More Cops UndergroundA war of words has erupted between the mayor and the head of the Transit Authority about the need for more cops to make people feel safe.