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Woman Slashed And Robbed While Walking Home In Van Nest Section Of The BronxPaula Nicole De Los Santos, 20, was walking home around midnight when she was slashed at Morris Park and Holland Avenues.
Penn Station Experiences Rush Hour Delays On LIRR, NJ TRANSIT ServiceThe Long Island Rail Road says westbound service has been suspended between Jamaica and Penn Station Wednesday evening.
Officials Urge Caution As Arctic Air Blankets Tri-State AreaThe deep freeze is only going to get worse with the coldest conditions expected over the weekend.
CBS2 Exclusive: Long Island Middle Schooler Accused Of Lighting Classmate's Hair On FirePolice said the 13-year-old boy is being charged as a juvenile delinquent.
Attorney Denies ‘Bizarre’ Sex Abuse Allegations Against Long Island Substitute TeacherA Long Island substitute teacher has been accused of sexually abusing two girls in his classroom.
CAUGHT ON VIDEO: Man Repeatedly Punches MTA Bus Driver In BrooklynThe shocking video shows a man with dreadlocks throwing numerous punches at the driver, reaching around the security gate to attack him.
Family Attorney: New Autopsy Finds Shannan Gilbert's Death 'Consistent With Homicidal Strangulation'New independent autopsy results found that the death of a New Jersey prostitute, whose body was discovered on Long Island near 10 other victims of a suspected serial killer, is "consistent with homicidal strangulation," the family's lawyer says.
Akai Gurley's Family: 'Demands For Justice Will Not End' After Conviction Of Officer Peter LiangThe family of Akai Gurley says their "demands for justice will not end" following the conviction of an NYPD officer who shot the unarmed Gurley in a darkened public housing stairwell in 2014.
Coast Guard Deciding If Royal Caribbean’s Storm-Damaged Anthem Of The Seas Can SailThe Coast Guard is inspecting a cruise ship that was battered and damaged by an intense winter storm to determine if it can sail.
Schumer Says US Should Appoint 'Zika Czar' To Fight VirusSen. Charles Schumer wants the White House to appoint a "zika czar'' to coordinate the U.S. response to the mosquito-borne virus that is being blamed for serious birth defects.
NYC To Implement Higher Penalties For Safety Violations At Construction SitesPenalties for safety lapses will rise from $2,400 to $10,000 and if the site lacks a mandated construction superintendent, the fine will go from $5,000 to $25,000, the city said.
Family Demands Action After Woman Dies At Coney Island HospitalJorge Matos believes his wife, 47-year-old Grisel Soto, died because her condition was misdiagnosed at Coney Island Hospital.

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