Long Island Mother, Son Deliver Goodie Bags To Elderly To Spread Kindness During PandemicA mother and son from Long Island are helping provide smiles for seniors - one goodie bag at a time.
NYPD Defends Use Of No-Knock Warrants After Criticism Of Recent IncidentsIn 2020, over 1,800 search warrants were executed. Of those 1,800 warrants, more than 1,400 were no-knock.
Momentum Builds Among Lawmakers To Repeal SALT CapThursday, New York lawmakers on both sides of the aisle stood together to launch an effort to reverse the tax change.
Long Island Community Raising Money To Buy Wheelchair Accessible Van For Family Of 2 Children With Rare Health ConditionsPaul Navarro Jr. and his sister Adryana have the same, rare brain condition. Combined, the Long Island siblings have been through nearly 100 surgeries.
State Assembly's Cuomo Impeachment Hotline Swamped With 'Well In Excess Of A Hundred' TipsCBS2 has learned the hotline set up as part of the State Assembly's impeachment process has been swamped with tips of possible wrongdoing by Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Flexibility Key For New York Schools Planning Graduation Ceremonies For Class Of 2021White Plains High School is planning an outdoor ceremony for 500 students and a thousand guests on its 70-acre campus.
New York Reps. Nadler, Jones Part Of Group Introducing Legislation To Expand US Supreme Court To 13 JusticesHouse Democrats, including members of New York's delegation, introduced a bill to add justices to the U.S. Supreme Court.
COVID Vaccine In New York: With Thousands Of Appointments Now Available, Some Local Leaders Voice Concerns About Vaccine HesitancyThe challenge to secure appointments is apparently easing up as thousands of spots become available.
New York Bars, Restaurants Allowed To Stay Open Later Starting Next WeekSome in the hospitality industry think it could help slow the spread of the virus.
Jennifer Lopez, Alex Rodriguez Announce Breakup After 2-Year EngagementLopez and Rodriguez were engaged in 2019 and had been dating for about four years. Their wedding was postponed because of the pandemic, and it was widely reported in March that they had called it off.
NYPD: Man Armed With Box Cutter Robbing Grocery Stores In QueensThe first incident happened on April 7 inside a store on Corona Avenue near 92nd Street in Elmhurst.
Man Spit On, Punched After Confronting Suspect About Smoking On Subway, Police SayIt happened around 11:40 p.m. on April 5 aboard an A train at the Broad Channel Station in Queens.
Police: Woman Stabs Man In Back After Argument At Queens ParkPolice said the woman got into a dispute with a 46-year-old man, then stabbed him with a knife once in the shoulder and once in the back.
'It's Just Tragic:' Lizbeth Mass Gunned Down On The Job At City Island Construction SiteWe're told this is the first murder on City Island in 25 years.
New York Philharmonic Performs At The Shed As Part Of New York PopsUp SeriesClose to 1,000 NY PopsUp events have been planned across New York State.