FBI: Stolen Artwork Worth $700K May Be In New York AreaThe FBI is turning to the public for help in solving a 35-year-old art heist.
8/17 CBS2 Friday Afternoon Weather HeadlinesHang in there, it's almost the weekend! While this afternoon is starting off quiet, we expect that to change heading into the evening.
Commuter Alert: Route 495 Lane Closures At Lincoln Tunnel Start TonightBeginning at 9 p.m., two lanes – one in each direction -- on the 495 bridge will close for nearly three years.
Woman Killed In Brooklyn Fire, 3 Others Seriously HurtThe FDNY was called to a four-story building on Buffalo Avenue near Eastern Parkway in Crown Heights shortly before 6 a.m. Friday.
2 Men Sentenced To Prison In Death Of FDNY Battalion Chief Michael FahyTwo men who pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the 2016 death of FDNY Battalion Chief Michael Fahy received their prison sentence Friday morning.
Aretha Franklin Tributes From Hollywood To HarlemThe legendary songstress died at her Detroit home Thursday at the age of 76.
Dozens Sickened By Suspected Carbon Dioxide Leak At Iridium Jazz ClubEmergency crews were called to the basement club on 51st Street around 10:15 p.m. Thursday.
Nearly 100 People Treated For Apparent K2 Overdoses Around Connecticut ParkPolice said one of three people arrested in connection with the overdoses apparently gave K2 away for free in an effort to get people hooked.
New Yorkers Now Must Be 18 Or Older To Use Tanning BoothsThe state had already barred anyone 16 or younger from tanning booths, which expose users to ultraviolet radiation and can increase the risk of skin cancer.
Carbon Monoxide Leak Suspected At Iridium NightclubMultiple people were sickened from what appears to be a carbon monoxide leak at the Iridium club in Midtown Thursday night.
New Generic Alternative To Pricey EpiPens Wins FDA ApprovalThe FDA has approved the first independent generic version of the EpiPen, a welcome development against escalating drug prices.
NYU School Of Medicine To Pay Tuition For All StudentsNYU School of Medicine said Thursday current and future medical students will be awarded full tuition scholarships regardless of need or merit.