New York City Marks 12 Years Since 'Miracle On The Hudson' Plane LandingWhen a flock of geese disabled the engines, Capt. Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger had to choose between trying to reach an airport or attempting a daring water landing.
COVID Vaccine: CBS2 Finds Nearly Empty Vaccination Centers Turning Eligible New Yorkers Away OvernightThe city would not answer how many overnight appointments were booked, nor how many doses were administered overnight.
Sen. Schumer: New York To Receive Additional $2 Billion In COVID ReliefFinancial relief is headed to New York City and the state.
New York City Sending Officers To Assist With Inauguration Day While Stepping Up Security Around Local Government BuildingsThe FBI is investigating coordination among attackers. Videos from last week show people acting together to breach the Capitol and attack police.
More Than 200 Firefighters Battle Intense Blaze In Williamsburg After Flames Spread To 3 Other BuildingsThe flames took over the third floor, burned through the roof and spread to three other buildings.
NYPD: Man In Custody After Father Stabbed To Death, Family Members Found Unresponsive At Queens ApartmentOfficers discovered a 72-year-old man stabbed to death on the floor of a bathroom. He is believed to be the suspect's father.
Caught On Camera: Man Throws Scooter At MTA Bus, Shatters WindshieldPolice say the 56-year-old bus driver was struck with debris when the windshield shattered and was taken to a local hospital with minor injuries to his eyes.
COVID Vaccine: Mass Vaccination Site Opens At Jones Beach, But Only 700 Doses AdministeredHundreds of people sat in their cars and were among the first to get their shots. But so many more were left behind frustrated and trying to navigate a system that is overwhelmed.
New Yorkers Line Up Outside Brooklyn Army Terminal After Confusion Over COVID Vaccine AvailabilityThere are reports a text message went out saying hundreds of doses needed to be given out before they expired.
Dramatic Video: Police Body Camera Footage Shows Rescuers Pull Woman From Hudson RiverTwo officers and a firefighter jumped into the water and used a harness to secure the woman.
COVID Vaccine: Drive-Thru Site Opens On Long Island, Clinics Planned At NYCHA DevelopmentsNew coronavirus vaccine sites opened Thursday on Long Island and in New York City.
State Of The State: Gov. Andrew Cuomo Details Plans For Major NYC Infrastructure ProjectsThe governor says increasing mass transit capacity around New York City is a priority.
COVID In New York: Restaurants In Orange Zones Allowed To Open Indoor Dining At 50% CapacityThis comes after the state Supreme Court ruled in favor of restaurants in Erie County.
Video Captures Savage Beating Of Deliveryman In Lower Manhattan; Victim's Wife: 'Most Ruthless, Disgusting People I Have Ever Seen'The incident started when he tried to take a picture of a car that apparently struck him. The NYPD said the group got out and went after him.
Citing Abuses By Officers During 'Black Lives Matter' Protests, New York Attorney General Calls For Monitor To Oversee NYPDThe lawsuit comes after James' office found widespread civil rights abuses by police against Black Lives Matter protesters over the summer.