‘It’s Sad, But It’s Part Of Our Culture,’ Ocean County School Nurses Trained To Use NarcanOn Thursday, nurses at Ocean County schools were being taught to use Narcan spray -- the antidote to combat a heroin overdose even if a victim isn't breathing.
Country's Second-Largest Cuban Community In Union City, N.J. Reacts To Fidel Castro's DeathThe death of Cuban leader Fidel Castro prompted a wide range of reactions Saturday, with some world leaders, celebrities and many of the country's exiles in Miami weighing in on his legacy.
‘All I Wanna Do Is Go Home,’ Weary Shoppers Face Black Friday Traffic Leaving Area MallsDespite some stores opting to open Thanksgiving Day, some shoppers still chose to brave the Black Friday crowds in search of deals.
Main Break In Newton, N.J. Leaves Residents No Running Water On ThanksgivingA 15 inch water main broke near 86 Sparta Avenue around 7:15 a.m. Thursday. The town responded by supplying several other sources of drinkable and non-potable water.
E-Cigarette Explodes In Man's Pants Pocket At Grand Central TerminalTerrifying video Wednesday showed an e-cigarette exploding in a man’s pocket at Grand Central Terminal.
Suffolk County Residents, Leaders Work To Free Stranded WhaleEfforts to save a baby whale off the south shore of Long Island are being stymied by the very rules that are meant to protect it.
CBS2 Exclusive: ‘You’re Going To Pay For This:’ Hit-And-Run Victim Has Harsh Words For DriverA military veteran in a wheelchair was seriously hurt by a hit-and-run driver in New Jersey. The crash was so strong that the wheelchair was destroyed.
Officer Involved In Deadly Brownsville Confrontation Released From HospitalAn officer involved in a deadly confrontation in Brooklyn was released from the hospital Sunday.
NYPD Housing Officers Beaten With Baton In Brooklyn, Suspect Shot And KilledThe male and female uniformed officers were responding to a 911 call about a suspicious man at 362 Sutter Avenue in the Van Dyke housing development around 1:10 p.m.
Eat Like A King Without Breaking The Bank, Experts Offer Thanksgiving Shopping TipsThanksgiving is less than a week away, and if you're hosting the holiday you know the money you spend can add up.
MTA Proposes Another Fare, Toll IncreaseThe Metropolitan Transportation Authority has unveiled plans that could raise fares and tolls by four percent over the next two years.