Daunte Wright Shooting: Fmr. Brooklyn Center Officer Kim Potter Arrested, Will Be Charged With 2nd-Degree ManslaughterFormer Brooklyn Center, Minnesota police officer Kim Potter will be charged with second-degree manslaughter in the death of 20-year-old Daunte Wright.
Sam Metcalfe, Paralyzed By Stray Bullet In Brooklyn, Speaks Out: 'The Person Who Shot Me Was Hunting A Young Man'Sam Metcalfe's mind keeps taking him back to the shooting that paralyzed him from the waist down.
NYPD Enlists Volunteers For Citywide Graffiti Cleanup InitiativeLast summer, CBS2 reported the city's budget did not include funding to clean graffiti. So, the NYPD asked New Yorkers for help.
NYPD Encouraged By Biden's Executive Orders Addressing 'Ghost Guns'; NRA Vows To 'Stand And Fight' RegulationsPresident Joe Biden revealed new executive orders Thursday morning in the Rose Garden with families of gun violence victims, including those of some of the children killed in the Sandy Hook massacre.
New York City Actor Alex Weisman Back At Work After Suffering Serious Eye Injury In Random Subway AttackIt nearly cost him his sight, and the suspect who sucker-punched him for no apparent reason inside the 103rd Street station is on the loose.
Mayor Bill De Blasio Says City Will Stop Using Hotels As Homeless Shelters, 'A Little More Work' Needed Before Offering TimelineTuesday morning, Mayor Bill De Blasio conceded hotels do not make good shelters. He promised a return to higher capacity traditional shelters but without saying exactly when.
Road To Reopening: Savion Glover, Nathan Lane Wow Front-Line Health Care Workers During Pop-Up Show At St. James TheaterSaturday was a historic day on the road to reopening. The first performance on a Broadway stage was held, since the doors closed over a year ago because of the pandemic.
Road To Reopening: Legend Jerry Seinfeld Makes Surprise Appearance At Gotham Comedy ClubThere has been a major step on the road to reopening, allowing people to go for a night on the town.
New York State Lifts Domestic Travel Quarantine RequirementThe mandatory quarantine remains in effect for international travelers.
Feds: NYC Congestion Pricing Plan Can Move ForwardThe U.S. Department of Transportation is allowing New York to begin its federally required environmental assessment of congestion pricing.
New Yorkers Take To The Streets On National Day Of Action Calling For An End To Anti-Asian ViolenceDemands for broader curriculums in schools to foster more understanding were made outside City Hall Park in Manhattan, as well as in Suffolk County.
6 People Injured After 2 Cars Crash, Jump Curb In BrooklynThree people were seriously injured. Three others suffered minor injuries. All of the victims were taken to King's County Hospital.
Most Lawmakers, Residents Eager To See What Legalized Marijuana Does For New York's COVID-Stricken EconomyLawmakers could pass legislation as soon as next week, legalizing recreational marijuana.
Expert: Working From Home May Not End When Pandemic Does, Expect Hybrid Models To Be CommonWorking from home has become a way of life for countless people during the coronavirus pandemic.
New Jersey Senator Proposes Palisades Protection Legislation Setting Height Restrictions For New ConstructionThe steep cliffs of the Palisades are dotted with homes with breathtaking views of the Hudson River and Manhattan, but more and more new construction is popping up.