Pricey New Plan Aims To Put Buses First In NYC And Barely Speeds Up TrafficDe Blasio wants to give buses a push with a new $280 million city action plan designed to take the current average bus speed of 7 ½ mph and increase it by 25 percent.
NYC Ferry Popularity Rising, But Budget Deficit Continue To SinkThe council is floating a plan to give ferries a dedicated department and chief who can sort it all out its budget issues.
Astoria Family Hoping Missing Pet Cockatiel Will Be ReturnedThere's a mystery in Queens after a couple's bird went missing. The owners believe someone stole their pet -- and say they can prove it.
Queens Residents Rally To Block City's Plan To Build Prisons In Local CommunitiesThe Queens facility is one of four proposed borough based jails – the others in the Bronx, Brooklyn, and Manhattan – that would reportedly cost more than $10 billion.
Doctors Take On The Myths About Measles, VaccinationsHealth authorities say one big reason why measles is spreading is misinformation.
Police: Girl, 14, Mowed Down By Hit-And-Run Driver In Brooklyn CrosswalkSources told CBS2 the driver initially stopped to check on the girl, but then fled the scene.
Police: Video Shows Pair Robbing 4 Church Collection Boxes In QueensTwo people were caught on camera breaking into a Queens church and stealing hundreds of dollars from a donation box.
Due To Lack Of Funds, Revered Riverside Park Soldiers' And Sailors' Memorial Has Become An EyesoreIt's a monument large enough to define a neighborhood and provide voices for veterans. But the Soldiers' and Sailors Memorial has fallen in such disrepair that emergency action is needed.
Cuomo, Nassau County Officials Propose Permanent Tax CapGov. Andrew Cuomo joined Nassau County officials to push making a proposed property tax cap permanent after several homeowners saw huge reassessment increases at the local level.
Boiler Suspected For Carbon Monoxide Incident That Sickened 8 In The BronxSickening and thickening mix of soot and smoke invaded many of the 15 apartments at 1802 Lurting Avenue.
Not Valid Or Reliable? NYC Schools Chancellor Slams Test Needed To Enter City's Elite High SchoolsOn Wednesday, Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza answered questions at City Hall about the admissions testing standards to get into the city’s most elite high schools.
Husband, Wife, Infant Daughter Jump To Safety During Ronkonkoma FireA woman and her infant son were forced to jump from a fire early Sunday morning on Long Island.