A fire just outside of Washington D.C. cut a field trip short and destroyed most of the belongings of about 100 Queens high school students.
Demonstrators on Sunday said NYPD Officer Peter Liang is an easy target, being prosecuted unfairly to quiet public anger.
Investigators say anonymous call reporting that two people were being held hostage in a northern New Jersey dry cleaning business and had bombs strapped to them turned out to be a hoax.
An aggressive coyote that was recently shot and wounded by police in northern New Jersey has been found dead in a trap.
Thousands of people are marching Sunday in support of March of Dimes’ quest to prevent premature births and help those children who are born prematurely.
A rally in Times Square is marking the centennial of the killings of as many 1.5 million Armenians under the Ottoman Empire — today’s Turkey.
Project Sunshine is a nonprofit group that helps children by organizing thousands of volunteers to bring them special programs while they undergo medical treatments.
He cited a recent report indicating that while traditional tobacco use is down among teens, the use of e-cigarettes is up.
In this edition of “Furry Friend Finder,” CBS2’s Diane Macedo and Andrea Grymes introduce us to Theo and Snowy, who are looking for homes.
April is National Stress Awareness Month, and Estelle and Dale Williams say they have a few smoothies that can actually help you manage your stress in different ways.
NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton says there’s “much less tension” between the police union and city officials now than there was in the aftermath of the chokehold death of a Staten Island man last year.
There are questions and concern over the death of a 20-year-old woman in the Parkside Houses on Arnow Avenue in the Bronx.
The driver, identified as 24-year-old Jonathan Long, was traveling south on Nostrand Avenue approaching Flushing Avenue in South Williamsburg as a taxi driver was on Flushing Avenue approaching Nostrand Avenue.
A 7.8 earthquake rocked Nepal on Saturday, killing at least 2,200 people.
Two police detectives were also injured, suffering lacerations to the head.