Bruce Springsteen's Son Sam Joins Jersey City's FirefightersA ceremony to welcome a new class of firefighters became a star-studded affair with "The Boss" Bruce Springsteen and wife Patti Scialfa in the audience.
Down Syndrome Group Partnering With L.I. College To Improve Google's Voice Recognition TechnologySome Long Islanders are helping to teach Google how to better understand them.
NYC School Working On Improving Chances Of Adults With Autism Finding Full-Time EmploymentThe number of people with autism is reaching record numbers. Experts say over the next decade half a million will enter adulthood, and face a number of issues, including finding a job.
Bound Brook Fire: Man Arrested, Faces Arson Charges After Multiple Buildings Burn Down New Jersey police have made an arrest related to a devastating fire in Bound Brook.
AG James Gives NYPD Until Feb. 10 To Turn Over Records On Subway Fare Evasion TacticsIt is a conundrum faced by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and the Police Department that has people who ride subways and buses in the crosshairs.
Living Large: The Grandeur That Is The LaureateThe Upper West Side has no shortage of grand prewar buildings with some stunning homes. But a newer building in the heart of this desired neighborhood offers an updated version of luxury.
Chris Christie Appears At 'Bridgegate' Convictions Case Before U.S. Supreme CourtFormer New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie made an unexpected visit to the United States Supreme Court on Tuesday as justices heard arguments in the "Bridegate" corruption case.
You Want To Talk Distraction? Try Keeping Beltran Around If You're The MetsWhat, if anything, should Carlos Beltran's involvement in the Houston Astros sign-stealing scheme mean for the Mets?
Forgotten Families: City Of Elizabeth Files Lawsuit Against New York City Over SOTA Homeless ProgramThe city of Elizabeth and Union County have filed a lawsuit against New York City seeking to stop the Special One Time assistance Program, also known as SOTA.
Scott Kologi, Now Adult, Indicted For Murder In Deaths Of Parents, Sister And Another Family MemberA New Jersey man accused of fatally shooting his parents, sister and a family friend when he was a teenager on New Year’s Eve 2017 has been indicted on five charges.
Tenant Under Arrest After Queens Landlord Pushed To His Death In Apparent Rent DisputeA dispute with a tenant turned violent in Queens over the weekend. A landlord looking for a late payment was allegedly shoved down stairs to his death.
NYPD Probed For Possible Racial Bias In Subway Fare PolicingNew York City's policing of subway fare beaters is drawing scrutiny from the state’s attorney general for possible racial bias.
Jersey City Shooting: Authorities Update On Investigation Into Pair's Deadly RampageLast month, the two shooters parked a stolen U-Haul van got out with rifles and began firing into a kosher market. Three people were killed inside the market.
Demanding Answers: CBS2 Gets Action On Illegal Truck Parking In South Ozone ParkCBS2 demanded answers and got action for frustrated residents in a Queens neighborhood. For months they have complained about illegally parked trucks along South Conduit Avenue.
Residents That Live Near LIRR's Third Track Project Dealing With A Lot Of Shake, Rattle And RollSome homeowners along the LIRR main line say their complaints to the MTA about intolerable noise and shaking homes have been falling on deaf ears.