Man Wanted For Questioning Following Attempted Rape In Queens, Police SayPolice said the 37-year-old woman had returned home when someone followed her into her apartment building near Gates and Cypress avenues.
Protest Held In Schenectady After Video Shows Police Officer Appearing To Kneel On Man's NeckAccording to the Times Union, the newspaper that serves the greater Albany area, the incident happened as the man was taken into custody on Monday morning.
Powerful Thunderstorms Bring Hail, Winds And Rain To N.Y. And N.J.Monday's soaring heat gave way to intense storms in the afternoon.
Gun Violence Continues In New York City, But Officials Disagree On Root CauseFrom the Bronx to Brooklyn, Manhattan to Queens, and Staten Island, all five borough were far from free of gun violence over Independence Day weekend.
Phase 3 Begins In NYC; Salons, Dog Parks, Basketball Courts Among Those To Reopen, Indoor Dining Not AllowedIt will be another step toward normal life. People will finally be able to get their mani-pedi when salons open up.
Some NYC Residents Say They Sense Police Apathy To Stop Gun Violence Amid Calls For ReformPeople living in communities affected by the rise in gun violence are desperately hoping for it to end.
Amy Cooper, Woman In Viral Central Park Confrontation, Charged With Filing A False ReportAmy Cooper, the white woman who was seen on camera calling 911 and falsely accusing Chris Cooper, an African-American man, of threatening her in Central Park, is now facing charges.
Packed July 4th Parties On Fire Island Draw Ire Over Lack Of Social Distancing, Masks: 'Dumb' And 'Unacceptable'One attendee even boasted he had COVID-19 symptoms leading up to the weekend, but went anyway.
Salvation Army Of Greater New York Provides Kids With 'Camp In A Box'The Salvation Army of Greater New York is getting creative in providing kids across the state the opportunity to enjoy virtual camp after activities at Star Lake Camp were canceled for the summer.
Max Minute: World Health Organization Says Small Airborne Particles Can Infect People With COVID-19CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez examines a new statement from the World Health Organization about how small, airborne particles can infect people with coronavirus.
Broadway Star Nick Cordero, Who Died Sunday After Long Battle With Coronavirus, Remembered As A Force Of Nature On StageTributes are pouring in for Broadway star Nick Cordero, who died after a three-month battle with coronavirus.
Arrest Made In Shooting Death Of 17-Year-Old Basketball Star Brandon HendricksBrandon Hendricks was shot in the neck on June 28 outside an apartment building on Davidson Avenue near 176th Street in Morris Heights after some sort of argument. He died at the hospital.
Fire That Killed 12-Year-Old Boy, 69-Year-Old Man In Brooklyn Under InvestigationIt happened just before 2 a.m. on Linden Boulevard and Bedford Avenue in Flatbush. Firefighters battled flames that were burning on the top floor and attic.
De Blasio Says City Will 'Double Down' On Neighborhood Policing To Curb Gun ViolenceThe mayor said many factors are contributing to the rise in gun violence, including a court system that is not functioning, economic downturn and "people being cooped up for months."
Cuomo Touts Phased Reopening Approach, Says Decision On Schools This Fall Is Still PendingCuomo said the state's phased reopening approach has been working.