FDNY: Cause Of Fatal Manhattan High-Rise Fire Was ElectricalIt happened around 11 a.m. Sunday in an apartment on the 20th floor of a building at 43rd Street and 10th Avenue.
Murray Hill High-Rise Fire Leaves 1 Person InjuredOne person was injured early Saturday when a fire broke out in a 14-story building in Murray Hill.
Police Shoot Man After Standoff In Bronx High-RiseA man has been charged with multiple counts, after police shot and wounded him following a standoff in a Bronx apartment building.
37 Residents Injured In Bronx High-Rise FireAt least 10 people were injured Saturday morning in a fire in the Melrose section of the Bronx.
Upper East Side High-Rise Fire Leaves 19 InjuredThirteen people were injured early Saturday in an extra-alarm fire that broke out in an Upper East Side high-rise.
Fire Rips Through Floor Of Lower East Side High-RiseA fire broke out Friday evening in a high-rise on the Lower East Side, and the raging flames were captured on camera.
Living Large: A Brand New 5th Ave High-RiseIn this edition of Living Large CBS 2's Emily Smith takes you on a tour of a, $18-million apartment in a brand new high-rise on 5th Ave.
Limited Police Escorts Available For Residents, Hotel Guests Evacuated Near Midtown Dangling CraneThe New York City Department of Emergency Management announced Thursday afternoon that residents and hotel guests who were forced to evacuate due to the crane collapse will be escorted into the buildings by the NYPD to retrieve 'absolute necessities' such as medication.
Gingrich Calls New Yorkers Who Live In High Rises, Ride The Subway 'Elites'Many New Yorkers aren't happy with Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich after a comment he made about residents of the Big Apple earlier this week while stumping in Nevada.
Heavy Smoke From NYC High-Rise Roof Causes Brief Scare On Eve Of 9/11 AnniversaryNo injuries were reported in the blaze at 11 Madison Ave., near Madison Avenue Park Saturday afternoon. The cause has yet to be determined.
Several People Injured In Early Morning Fire On Upper West SideResidents of a high-rise that caught fire Friday said they were trapped inside the burning building because emergency doors were locked. They also claim smoke alarms and sprinklers weren't working.