SEE IT: 'Thanksgiving Eve: A Celebration' Takes You Behind The Scenes Of The Famous Macy's ParadeCBSN New York's Hazel Sanchez and Lonnie Quinn spoke with both Macy's officials and parade goers all gathering to see the giant balloons come to life Wednesday night.
Wrongly Convicted And Imprisoned For 20 Years, New Jersey Man Has Everything To Be Thankful For This YearA hard days' work under a clear blue sky might seem a simple thing many might take for granted, but not Ralph Lee.
Michael Bloomberg Officially Launches 2020 Democratic Presidential BidThe 77-year-old former Republican announced his candidacy Sunday in a written statement posted on a campaign website.
Westchester Youth Hockey Team Says Opponents Attacked Them With Anti-Semitic Comments During GameSteven Borenstein says his son and teammates learned a painful lesson about anti-Semitism during a home game at the Westchester Skating Academy is Elmsford.
Buckle Up! Highway Safety Report Shows Frightening Low Number Of People Wearing Seat Belts In Back SeatsFederal data shows in 2018 alone, 803 people were killed in crashes while sitting unrestrained in the back seat of a vehicle.
Unique Cafe In Newark Run By Deaf And Hard Of Hearing RobbedA special space for the deaf and hard of hearing was robbed before it could even open.
Community Leaders: Group Of Boys Threw Eggs At Jews In Borough Park, BrooklynAnother hate crime investigation is underway in Brooklyn. Once again, community leaders say Jewish people are being targeted in Borough Park.
Bail Reform: Mayor De Blasio Defends Giving Freed Prison Inmates Gifts For Appearing In Court As 'A Smart Policy'The incentive program would give accused criminals – being released from jail under the city’s new cashless bail policy – things like New York Mets tickets and gift cards for showing up to court.
Brooklyn Borough President Hopes To Improve Police-Youth Relations With 'Know Your Rights' ProgramPartnering with the Department of Education, the goal is to expand the program to serve all middle and high schools beginning in January.
National Weather Service Confirms Tornado Touched Down In New JerseyThey say at 12:23 a.m. Friday, an EF-1 tornado touched down in Harding Township along Pleasantville Road.
Many Parents Outraged Over Unannounced Active Shooter Drills In SchoolsWhile many schools send out notices to inform students and their parents, more and more are not.
City Official Critical Of NYPD Officer Punching Teen In Subway Station MeleeBrooklyn Borough President Eric Adams is calling for an NYPD officer to be taken off the street after cellphone video shows the officer punching at least two teenagers.
Council Speaker Corey Johnson Says He Supports Banning Cars From Busy Crosstown StreetsJohnson told WNYC the city should consider making 34th and 42nd streets open to only buses and trucks, like the 14th Street busway that took effect earlier this month.
Rutgers University Police Say Man Made Unwanted Sexual Contact With Sleeping Student In Dorm RoomRutgers University Police are investigating a criminal sexual contact incident that happened Sunday morning at the university's Livingston Campus in Piscataway.
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.