Great Jack-O-Lantern Blaze Lights Up WestchesterA fall tradition is underway in Westchester County. The Great Jack-o-Lantern Blaze is back and captivating trick-or-treaters.
East Hampton Moving Closer To Completion Of Solar FarmA large solar farm on Long Island's South Fork is close to completion. That means residents in one town are closer to their clean energy goals.
With Chill On The Way Tonight, Experts Offer Tips To Save Plants From FrostWhen temperatures drop low, it can seriously damage or kill plants, but there are a few simple steps you can take to prevent it.
Con Ed Unveils $100 Million Plan To Keep Power On This WinterThis past march, a series of storms resulted in power outages for thousands of Westchester County customers.
Bald Eagles Return To Long IslandThe iconic symbol of America was once near extinction, but now they’re returning to the New York area.
Study: Limiting Kids' Screen Time Key For Better Brain Function In SchoolCan less tech time lead to better grades for pre-teens? The answer is yes, according to one study.
After Rise In Lyme Disease Cases, New Jersey Aims To Curb Deer Tick PopulationThe blood-sucking critters are all too familiar for many people cross the Garden State.
New Jersey School District Experiments With Homework-Free Weekends To Reduce Students' StressIn Wayne public schools, educators think more downtime and less stress will equal better academic results for their students.
Thanks To Extremely Wet Summer, Mold Issues Keeping Local Environmental Cleaning Companies BusyThe sun was out on Wednesday, but overall it has been a pretty soggy summer. And that rain is leading to a growing mold problem.
Firefighters Host 'Lil' Bravest' Carnival For Hospitalized ChildrenThe kids are battling childhood diseases and the FDNY members in attendance also honored two of their fallen brothers Tuesday.
Expert Offers Tips On How To Rid Your Home Of Summer PestsSome people's homes are crawling with critters right now -- everything from ants to wasps and in larger-than-usual numbers.
Wet Weather May Mean Big Trouble For Trees During Hurricane SeasonThe Tri-State area has been inundated with rain this year. With the hurricane season underway, some homeowners fear the trees in their yard are one storm away from falling.
Experts: Food Is The Secret To Back-To-School SuccessWhen it comes to academic success, some experts say what children put in their bodies is far more important than what they put in their book bags.
Komen Connections: Expert Says African-American Women Must Remain Vigilant With Breast Cancer ScreeningBreast cancer is the most common cancer among African-American women, and when it comes to survival the numbers are bleak.
9/2 CBS2 Sunday Morning Weather HeadlinesGood Sunday morning everybody! The second day of our long holiday weekend will feature a bit more in the way of warmth, and the same sun & cloud mix we saw yesterday.