Program Aims To Level Playing Field For Testing Into NYC's Specialty High SchoolsThe multi-million dollar Education Equity Campaign is making sure minority students have the same opportunities as youth from other families.
Parents Voice Safety Concerns Over Early Election Voting At Manhattan Public SchoolAs election season nears, there are growing concerns about strangers on school campuses.
State Police, NYPD To Work Together To Keep Jewish Neighborhoods Safe During Yom KippurGov. Andrew Cuomo is calling for increased police presence in Jewish neighborhoods during Yom Kippur. This comes as hate crimes against those of Jewish faith have risen in recent months.
After 26 Years In Prison, Innocent Man Carlos Weeks Walks Free From Brooklyn CourtIn 1995, Weeks was convicted of murdering a man and a little girl in Bedford-Stuyvesant.
Cops: Stranger Slashes Woman's Neck In Fort Tryon ParkA shocking attack at a quiet park near the north tip of Manhattan has residents concerned.
CBS2 Demands Answers After Mother Gets Little Help From NYCHA Despite Repeated Flooding Issues"Obviously she'd be a priority," Mayor de Blasio claimed. Margie Beltran says she's not felt prioritized. NYCHA then denied her request to be reimbursed for property damage.
Riders In Brooklyn Bewildered By MTA Service 'Enhancements' Impacting B46 Select Bus LineNew Yorkers who ride a busy bus route in Brooklyn are feeling left behind by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
2-Year-Old Boy Dies After Plunging Out Window In BrooklynHeartbroken relatives comforted each other outside the East New York, Brooklyn apartment complex where a 2-year-old boy tumbled out a sixth-floor window to his death.
Rescue Workers Free Deer From Lacrosse Net On Long IslandThere was a dangerous rescue on Saturday in Suffolk County.
Firefighters Say Mayor's Vision Zero Initiative Slowed Down Emergency Response TimesIt is taking the New York City fire department longer to respond to fires and other emergencies.
Police Officer Shot In Wrist On Staten Island; Suspect KilledNYPD Commissioner James O’Neill said a woman called 911 around 8:15 a.m. to report a domestic assault.
Hip-Hop History: Looking Back At The NJ Roots Of 'Rapper's Delight' 40 Years LaterThe song was produced by the late Sylvia Robinson and released by her Englewood, New Jersey, label, Sugar Hill Records, on Sept. 16, 1979.
Victim Speaks Out After Brazen Gunman Points Weapon At 1-Year-OldShe's terrified to show her face, and asked CBS2 not to share her name after the gunpoint robbery with her 1-year-old niece in her arms.
New York Lawmakers Consider Letting Kids Take Mental Health Days From SchoolA recent study from the Pew Research Center found 70 percent of teens in the U.S. view anxiety and depression as a major problem among their peers.
Organizers: 10,000 Take Part In Komen Race For The CureSunday was a gorgeous day to be outside to support the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.