D Train Passengers Panic As Woman Lets Live Crickets LooseIt was a crazy scene on the subway this week, when live crickets suddenly began jumping all over passengers and causing panic and chaos.
Trump, Clinton Exchange Barbed Accusations About Racial IssuesHarsh new attack lines were fired off Thursday on both sides of the presidential campaign trail.
More Than 65 Pounds Of Heroin Found Hidden Inside Truck AxleTwo men have been arrested after they were caught hiding more than 65 pounds of heroin in the axle of a tractor trailer, prosecutors said.
Long Island Family Survives After Fishing Boat Cut In Half In Boating AccidentA Long Island family is lucky to be alive after their fishing boat sank when it was rammed by a bigger boat, throwing them into choppy waters.
Parrotheads Party On Jones Beach Ahead Of Jimmy Buffett ConcertA party was under way at Jones Beach late Thursday afternoon, as Jimmy Buffett fans got ready for his concert.
Hundreds Of Thousands Of Dead Mussels Wash Up On Long IslandMussels are making a mess on Long Island as hundreds of thousands of them washed up on the beach.
Hillary Clinton Agrees To Not Campaign Or Run Ads On 9/11A campaign official has confirmed that Clinton will refrain from stumping on the 15th anniversary of the terror attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people.
CBS2 Demanding Answers After Bronx Homeowners Complain About Excessive Tickets From Sanitation DepartmentCBS2 is demanding answers from the city after Bronx residents raised a stink with the New York City Department of Sanitation.
Puppy Returned 3 Days After Being Stolen From Brooklyn LaundromatA beloved puppy was back home late Thursday, after being stolen from a Brooklyn laundromat.
Search On For Hit-And-Run Driver Who Struck 6-Year-Old In BrooklynThe boy was hit at around 4:15 p.m. Wednesday at 41st Street and Fort Hamilton Parkway.
Parents Opening Up Wallets For Required Back-To-School SuppliesThe costs are mounting up as parents open their wallets for required back-to-school supplies for their children.
Search Efforts Continue As Death Toll In Italy Quake Up To 250Civil protection officials released the revised numbers at a briefing Thursday afternoon in Rome. It says the number of injured stands at 365.