Early Voting Begins Saturday In New York City, New JerseyConnecticut will not have in-person early voting.
Suicide Prevention Walks Taking Place Across US This WeekendThey are part of the Out of the Darkness Movement, which began in 2004.
Peter Scolari Of 'Newhart,' 'Bosom Buddies,' Dies At 66Scolari died Friday morning in New York after fighting cancer for two years, according to Ellen Lubin Sanitsky, his manager.
Man Rescued After Falling On LIRR Tracks At Penn StationThe man had been on the platform when he and his bike somehow ended up on the LIRR tracks. A train conductor rushed to help him.
Manhattan, Brooklyn Residents Sue City To Stop Permanent Outdoor DiningNearly two dozen people in Manhattan and Brooklyn claim that outdoor dining is highly destructive, listing problems including crowds, vermin and garbage accumulation.
More College Food Pantries Providing For Students In Need: 'No Student Should Have To Endure That'College students across our area are skipping meals and going hungry, and to answer the need, on Friday, food pantries opened at one area university, joining a growing list.
Parents Demand Action After 5 Guns Confiscated At NYC Schools In 2 DaysParents say the combined shortage of safety agents and scanning equipment is endangering the lives of their kids.
Snapshot NY: Tourists Returning To New York As City Bounces Back From PandemicOne family gave CBS2's Steve Overmyer a chance to see New York through their eyes for this week's Snapshot New York.
Police Open Fire, Arrest Man Threatening People With Stolen Kitchen Knives In Lower ManhattanPolice said the man, 24, was carrying a knife in each hand and threatening people. They said he lunged at a person at least once, but did not hurt them.
National Pizza Month: More Chefs, Restaurants Pivoting To Pizza Due To The PandemicDuring lockdown, Wyllie Dufresne took an interest in making pizza for his family of eight, exploring every aspect - from the sauce, to the dough.
'Phantom Of The Opera,' Broadway's Longest Running Show, Resumes PerformancesCBS2's Alice Gainer sat down with composer Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber ahead of the show's opening.
NYPD: Suspect Grabbed 11-Year-Old Girl's Hair, Tried To Choke Her At Stuyvesant Square ParkPolice said the girl was playing with her classmates when the man started yelling at the kids and sprayed the girl the water before the violent assault.
Vice President Kamala Harris Promotes Biden's Infrastructure Plan In The BronxAs Harris left the brand new Northeast Bronx YMCA, she also left quite an impression on a group of young girls from the nearby One World Middle School at Edenwald.
Former Rudy Giuliani Associate Lev Parnas Convicted Of Making Illegal Campaign ContributionsOne part of the case alleged that Parnas and an associate made illegal donations through a corporate entity to Republican political committees in 2018, including a $325,000 donation to America First Action, a super PAC supporting former President Donald Trump.
Westfield Home Invasion, Sexual Assault Suspect In CustodyPeople who live in the area have been on edge as police searched for the suspect who hid in a woman's home and sexually assaulted her Tuesday.