Federal Bill Would Track, Help Protect People With Alzheimer's, DementiaPeople with Alzheimer’s and dementia are at great risk of wandering away, and their families are asking for help to protect them.
CBS2 Exclusive: Columbus Statue Will Stay In Place, But With CaveatsThe long debate about controversial monuments and statues in the city is finally over.
17 Alleged MS-13 Gang Members Indicted On Murder, Drug ChargesA grand jury indicted 17 alleged members and associates of the notoriously violent MS-13 gang on charges including murder and drug trafficking.
New Year's Eve Revelers Flock To Frigid Times Square Amid Heightened SecurityThe annual event is a massive security challenge for law enforcement, and this year's frigid temperatures are sure to make matters more demanding.
Community Holds Mournful Vigil For 12 People Killed In Bronx FireA solemn vigil was held late Friday near a burned out Bronx apartment building where 12 people died in a fire a night earlier.
Tri-State Towns Overwhelmed With Homeowners Making Early Tax PaymentsAround the New York area, homeowners were scrambling to pay property taxes before a new federal code takes effect next year.
12 Dead In Belmont, Bronx FireTwelve people were killed in an extra-alarm fire in an apartment building in the Belmont section of the Bronx, Mayor Bill de Blasio said late Thursday.
De Blasio: Many New Yorkers Will Be Adversely Affected By New Tax LawNew York City residents, like many others around the country, have been confused about how to handle deductions for property taxes in the wake of the new tax law.
Cold, Blasting Winds Cause Problems In Tri-State Area On Christmas DaySome New Yorkers did indeed get a white Christmas this Monday, but others were stuck with a very windy one.
3-Alarm Fire Breaks Out In Chelsea Apartment BuildingThe fire broke out on West 19th Street near 7th Avenue between shortly before 4 p.m. and quickly grew to three alarms.
New Hit-And-Run Alert System Takes Effect In New York CityThe system works similar to AMBER Alert, with notices being directly sent to cell phones with as description of who or what to be on the lookout for.
NY Lawmakers Push To Raise Federal Gas Tax By 1 Cent To Pay For Infrastructure ProjectsReps. Adriano Espaillat and Carolyn Maloney say the Investing In America Act would generate an additional $420 million in annual transit investments in New York.
First Storm Of The Season Leaves Tri-State Blanketed In SnowThe storm did not bring any major problems to the area, with no reported power outages or significant issues on the roads and rails.
Revelers Risk Joining The Naughty List As SantaCon Comes To TownThe annual booze-filled bar crawl kicked off on the steps of the Farley Post office across from Penn Station at 10 a.m.
DA Vance On Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act: 'It's Ridiculous'The bill, which has already passed the House of Representatives, would force all 50 states to honor concealed carry permits from other states.