Flash Flood Watch Into Sunday As Rain Drenches Tri-State AreaOriginally issued for parts of northern New Jersey, the warning was expanded to the Bronx, Queens, Manhattan, and parts of Brooklyn through 10:15 a.m.
8/7 Tuesday Morning CBS2 Weather HeadlinesWe are projected to hit our second official heat wave of the summer by this afternoon.
Video Game Coaches Now For-Hire To Help Players Of All Ages Improve Their SkillsThere are tutors and private instructors to help kids with everything from school work to mastering a musical instrument. Now, there's something totally new.
NAG ON: Pushy Parents Produce More Successful Children, Study SaysThe secret to success when it comes to raising kids is apparently nagging, especially when it comes to daughters.
Westchester Residents Say Rash Of Daytime Coyote Sightings Has Them SpookedThe typically nocturnal animals continued to be spotted during the day, making some people fear they could be rabid.
After The Storm: Funnel Cloud Spotted In New York Harbor As Severe Weather Pummels Tri-State AreaThe National Weather Service confirmed a funnel cloud formed over New York Harbor as the storm picked up. Viewers took to social media to record the rare sight.
Parents Fear Voice-Activated Devices May Do More Harm Than Good For KidsThe devices are popping up in more and more homes, and it's not just parents using Alexa or Siri.
Celebrating The History Of The Fourth Of July In Westchester CountyCBS2’s Elise Finch ventured to Westchseter County, where people were focusing on family and the history behind the Independence Day holiday.
Tips On Staying Safe & Cool At The Water Park This SummerWith summer in full swing and the Fourth of July rapidly approaching, people are certainly looking for ways to try and beat the heat. Sometimes it can lead to other health problems.
New Campaign Aims To Purge The Seas Of Plastic WasteAccording to National Geographic, 18 billion pounds of plastic waste blows into the world's oceans every year.
Watch: CBS2 At Sisters For The CureCBS2's Janelle Burrell, Elise Finch and Dana Tyler joined the Sisters for the Cure event Saturday, taking part in conversations about the importance of breast cancer screening and services.
New York City Parks Are In Desperate Need Of Repairs, Study FindsOld age and deferred maintenance have led to some serious problems at New York City parks.