Shocking Scene: MTA Bus Crashes Through Barrier And Dangles Over Cross Bronx ExpresswayThe MTA said the BX-35 bus was headed to a stop at 178th and Broadway when it somehow veered off the road.
NYPD: Man In Custody After Father Stabbed To Death, Family Members Found Unresponsive At Queens ApartmentOfficers discovered a 72-year-old man stabbed to death on the floor of a bathroom. He is believed to be the suspect's father.
COVID Vaccine: Feds Say Eligible Age Should Now Be 65 And Older; Citi Field To Be Used As Vaccination SiteGov. Andrew Cuomo said Tuesday that New York state will follow that guidance. It opens eligibility to 7 million New Yorkers, but the state still only receives 300,000 doses a week.
Bronx Communities Fordham, Kingsbridge And University Heights Dealing With COVID Positivity Above 13%; Councilman: Give Vaccine To Anyone Who Wants ItCBS2 is continuing its look at the city's hardest hit neighborhoods when it comes to COVID-19.
High COVID-19 Positivity Rates In Richmond Hill, South Ozone Park And Corona Queens Have Officials Searching For AnswersZip code 11419, covering Richmond Hill and South Ozone Park has the highest positivity rate in all of Queens, at 15.81%.
City Officials Searching For Answers For High COVID-19 Positivity Rates In Manhattan's Washington Heights And InwoodCBS2 is taking a closer look at Manhattan's COVID-19 hotbed. Washington Heights and Inwood have the highest positivity rate in the borough.
Pandemic-Related Financial Struggles Have Many New Yorkers Hoping To Hit The JackpotThere's a double chance to make those million-dollar dreams come true. Tuesday's Mega Millions jackpot is nearly $450 million, and Wednesday's Powerball jackpot is also huge.
SoHo Hotel Confrontation: New Video Shows Woman Tackling Black Teenager Falsely Accused Of Stealing CellphoneThe clip starts by showing a woman in a white hat following 14-year-old Keyon Harrold Jr. She then grabs him from behind and tackles him to the ground.
Long Island Man Takes Search For Kidney Donor To Times SquareMarc Weiner was diagnosed with cancer in 2015 and lost both kidneys. He's now cancer-free but on dialysis three days a week.
New York City Looks To Dig Out Before Deep Freeze; Mayor Gives Outdoor Dining Green LightAs the last of the snow fell Thursday in New York City, shoveling was already well underway.
New York City Restaurants Close Outdoor Dining As Major Winter Storm HitsSnow isn't new to New York City, but things have changed during the pandemic. For the first time, city sanitation plows must account for outdoor dining structures.
NYC Under Snow Alert Starting Wednesday Afternoon As Winter Storm Heads Our WayThe storm is expected to roll in starting Wednesday afternoon and will continue dumping snow overnight into Thursday morning.
Staffer Delivering Food For Charity Shot On Upper West SideA staffer for the West Side Campaign Against Hunger was delivering food when shots were fired. He and another man were both struck.
Police: Multiple Protesters Struck By Vehicle In Murray HillOfficers were called to the scene near East 39th Street and Third Avenue just after 4 p.m. Friday.
COVID-19 Pandemic Driving Homelessness In NYC To Record Levels, Advocates SayThe Big Apple has hit a grim milestone when it comes to the homeless. A new report from homeless advocates says COVID-19 has helped propel the shelter population to record numbers.