Crowd Gathers For Emotional Vigil Outside White Plains Hospital Where Rapper DMX Remains On Life SupportSimmons' longtime lawyer, Murray Richman, said he could not confirm reports that DMX overdosed on drugs and he was not sure what caused the heart attack.
Parents, Child Slashed Near Battery Park; Latest Random Crime Raising Concerns About Parole System And Homeless SheltersExperts tell CBS2 the revolving door between prison and the shelter system is getting worse and finding solutions would make all of us safer.
Female NYPD Officers Embrace Difficult Task Of Working In Families Of Homicide Victims Liaison UnitIt could be one of the hardest jobs in the NYPD and its among the first in the nation.
Asian Woman On Her Way To Church Brutally Attacked In Hell's Kitchen; Suspect Reportedly Told Her, 'You Don't Belong Here'Overnight, the management company of the building said it suspended the staff members who witnessed the attack, pending an investigation.
Teen Killed, 1 Other Victim Critically Injured In Shooting At Monsey Apartment ComplexPolice are still investigating what led up to the shooting.
Reinforcements Are Coming: NYPD Announces New Plan To Combat Hate Crimes Against Asian-AmericansThe NYPD is beefing up its efforts to combat a spike in anti-Asian hate crimes. The department is adding more resources -- and manpower.
Victim Of Anti-Asian Assault Turns Pain Into Art With Proceeds Benefitting Local NonprofitManhattan artist Linjie Deng created three pieces last week after he was assaulted on the subway platform at 86th Street.
Questions Raised About Safety Of Popular Seresto Flea CollarElanco, the parent company of Seresto, says "there is no established link between exposure to the active ingredients and death." 
Head Of NYPD's Anti-Asian Hate Crimes Task Force Urges Victims To Report Incidents: 'We Can Come Up With A Solution'The task force is made up of 25 Asian-American detectives who together speak over 11 different languages. Their job is not only to investigate hate crimes but also to help bridge the gap between victims and police.
Restaurants In NYC's Asian Communities Especially Hopeful Increased Indoor Dining Capacity Brings More BusinessThe pandemic has been hard on every restaurant. Some business owners say anti-Asian xenophobia made it especially difficult for restaurants in Chinatown.
Chef By Day, Nurse By Night: Manhattan Health Care Worker Launches Catering Company After Finding Relaxation In CookingAlexis Phillips says she now cooks for about 15 events per month, and that's on top of nursing and​ studying to become a nurse practitioner.