John Legend Donates To N.J. Fire Department’s FundraiserJohn Legend has some new fans in New Jersey.
Could PSEG Long Island Ratepayers Be Picking Up Tabs For Execs' Housing?Are the PSEG Long Island ratepayers picking up the tab for housing for executives for the company?
CBS2 Exclusive: Retiring Schools Chancellor Fariña On What's NextRetiring New York City schools chancellor Carmen Fariña sat down for a frank interview Tuesday to talk about what’s next, and some of the hot-button issues facing the agency.
Armed Security To Be Posted In All Secaucus, N.J. SchoolsThere will now be an armed presence in every school in Secaucus, New Jersey.
Supporters Rally For Queens Dreamer Detained By ICEA rally was held Tuesday outside New York immigration court, in support of a Queens man who was detained by immigration authorities.
Police: Girl, 8, Critical After Being Struck By Stray Bullet In Canarsie, BrooklynThe shooting happened during an argument outside a Popeyes restaurant near East 83rd Street and Flatlands Avenue.
Nassau County Exec Bans Gifts From Vendors For Some County EmployeesA strict no-gift policy has been put in place for some employees in Nassau County.
Time To Prepare The Garden For Spring, Experts SayMild temperatures have optimists thinking of spring, but the garden experts say now it is time to think about planting preps.
Councilmembers To NYPD: Minorities Are Overpoliced In Marijuana Enforcement EffortsAt a City Hall hearing Monday, a number of councilmembers told representatives of the NYPD that minorities are being arrested disproportionately to whites when it comes to marijuana law enforcement.
Nassau County Proposal Calls For New Sexual Harassment Training RequirementsA proposal in Nassau County would change how elected officials are trained to prevent sexual harassment.
NYC Health Department Offers Vouchers For Free Flu Shots To UninsuredThe New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene announced Monday that it will be offering vouchers for free flu shots directed at the poor and uninsured.
Schumer: Trump Admin. Budget Would Jeopardize Key Program That Fights Opioid CrisisSenate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-New York) said Monday that a Trump administration budget proposal would put a key resource combating the opioid scourge in jeopardy.