Mayor de Blasio Responds To Anti-Police Graffiti Near City Hall; 'Graffiti Is Never Acceptable'There are messages like "Cancel Rent," and "No Justice, No Peace," but many others must be blurred for television.
Timothy Cardinal Dolan Throws Support Behind The NYPD, Calls For An End To 'Attacks And Taunting And Insulting'The cardinal says he does support peaceful protest.
11-Year-Old Boy Playing In The Street Is Latest Victim In Citywide Spike In ShootingsThis shooting is only one of the latest in a growing surge of gun violence, with children not immune.
CBS2 Meets Members Of Man Up! Inc., 1 Of More Than 20 Groups That Are Out To Cure Violence In NYCAnother nine shootings happened Monday alone, the latest in a disturbing surge in gun violence across New York City.
Push For Police Reform Leaves NYPD In Difficult Position As Gun Violence Grips City; 'We Need Some Clarity'The latest NYPD numbers show a whopping 142 percent increase in shootings last week, compared to the same time last year: 63 versus 26.
'Mom! I'm Bleeding!'; 7-Year Old Struck By Stray Bullet, Mother Speaks Out As Dangerous Trend Continues In New York CityThere were 53 shootings in the city last week, up from 12 the same time last year.
NYPD Officer Arrested, Charged For Alleged Chokehold Arrest On Rockaway BoardwalkAn NYPD officer accused of using an illegal chokehold on a man in Rockaway Beach was arrested and charged with strangulation Thursday.
NYPD Commissioner Testifies In AG Investigation Into Police Response To ProtestsNYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea says he took swift action this weekend against an officer who put a man in an apparent chokehold.
With Summer Starting Saturday, Local Power Companies Say They're ReadyWith the temperatures rising, many of us have already started cranking that air conditioner.
FDNY Captain Hugo Sosa Released From Hospital After Weeks Battling COVID-19There was a big round of applause for a man loved ones call a "walking miracle."
Westchester County Family Told Banner With MLK Quote Can Go Back Up After Town Ordered It Taken DownA family in Westchester County who claimed they were unfairly targeted when their town forced them to take down a banner with a quote by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is now being told the banner can go back up.
Westchester County Family Says They Were Unfairly Targeted After Being Forced To Take Down Banner With MLK QuoteIf they did not comply with taking it down, the letter threatened a $1,000 fine or jail time.
What Was The NYPD's Anti-Crime Unit And What Does It Being Disbanded Mean?Police Commissioner Dermot Shea calls it a "seismic shift" for the NYPD. So what was this unit, and what does this mean for policing in New York City?
Gov. Andrew Cuomo Says Protests Should Now To Pivot Towards Reconciliation, Enacting ChangesGov. Andrew Cuomo said that the time has come for protesters to begin thinking about reconciliation and to begin a dialogue with local governments about what the future of policing will look like.
N.Y. Gov. Cuomo Signs Sweeping Police Reforms Into Law, Says They're 'Long Overdue'New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Friday signed sweeping police reform bills into law, notably banning chokeholds and repealing a hotly contested state law known as "50A," which kept officers' disciplinary records confidential.