Lawmaker Proposes Lowering Speed Limit To 20 MPH In NYCThe legislation, introduced Thursday by Assemblyman Daniel O'Donnell, comes on the heels of a new safety push by Mayor Bill de Blasio, which includes stepped up traffic enforcement and fines from new speed cameras.
Mother Speaks Out After Woman Charged In Death of 4-Year-Old BoyMyls Dobson died Wednesday after police found him unconscious in a bathroom at the Ritz Plaza building on West 48th Street.
End Of An Era: Gray's Papaya In Greenwich Village Closes Its DoorsIf it's closed, that would leave just one Gray's Papaya in New York City -- the location on 72nd and Broadway. The midtown location closed in 2011 due to high rent.
Staten Island Students Rally Around Administrator After Flag StolenSome middle school students are proving you're never too young to take action.
Christmas Eve In New York Brings With It Diversity Of Traditions Living in a melting pot means a sampling of all the best from around the world, CBS 2's Amy Dardashtian reported.
Last-Minute Shoppers Take Advantage Of Round-The-Clock Store HoursShoppers leaving Macy's with bags in tow around 4 a.m. Monday said the early wake-up is worth it.
Police: Boy, 8, Struck And Killed By Tractor-Trailer In QueensNoshat Nahian, 8, was walking with his 11-year-old sister about a block from his school, P.S. 152, when he was struck by the tractor-trailer, police said.
PA: 'Significant Delays' This Weekend On George Washington BridgeThree of the four lanes on the George Washington Bridge will be closed in both directions this weekend so crews can replace steel deck panels as part of the upper-level deck replacement project.
NYC Council Approves Ban On Indoor E-Cigarette UseThe New York City Council approved legislation Thursday to ban the use of electronic cigarettes from indoor public spaces where smoking is already prohibited.
FDA Questions Effectiveness, Safety Of Anti-Bacterial SoapsThe U.S. Food and Drug Administration said Monday it has found no evidence that common anti-bacterial soaps prevent the spread of germs, and regulators want the makers of Dawn, Dial and other household staples to prove that their products do not pose health risks to consumers.
Shoppers Rush To Finish Gift Lists Following SnowstormStore owners in Westchester County and Hudson Valley said they are hurting from the lost day of holiday shopping that Saturday's storm caused.
Salvation Army Cadets Are On A Mission To Dance For The PoorIt's Christmas time in the city! The season is known for holiday staples like the tree at Rockefeller Center, and the Rockettes at Radio City Music Hall.
Brisk Sales Boost Mega Millions Jackpot To $425MIt is the second-largest Mega Millions jackpot ever, trailing only a $656 million jackpot won in March 2012, and the fifth largest lottery jackpot of any kind in U.S. history.
Booming Tourism Industry Could Ease Burden On City Tax PayersThe boom in tourism has been ten years in the making. It was spearheaded by Mayor Bloomberg.
Man Hailed As Hero For Helping Passengers In Metro-North DerailmentThe horror of the Metro-North train derailment in the Bronx Sunday was marked by some inspiring stories of bravery.