NYPD Officers Rescue Woman Who Jumped Into Hudson RiverIn the choppy water just off Pier 62 near West 23rd Street, police rescued a 33-year-old woman who appeared to be struggling.
N.Y. Lawmakers Move To Outlaw Floating BillboardsIn addition to banning digital billboards or others with flashing or moving lights, other advertising signage would be prohibited on boats within 1,500 feet from shore.
Body Of Missing Swimmer Recovered From Hudson River, Sources SayDivers had been searching for Vanderhorst since he was last seen Friday near the George Washington Bridge.
Missing Swimmer Lost During Hudson River Marathon Identified, Search ContinuesThere's still no sign of a marathon swimmer who went missing in the Hudson River during Friday's leg of a week-long race.
Crews Search For Swimmer Missing Near The George Washington BridgeThe Coast Guard says the 67-year-old was part of an organized swim event in the Hudson River when he was reported missing by the group he was with. 
Pilot Talks With NTSB About Helicopter Crash Into Hudson RiverThe pilot of the helicopter that crashed into the Hudson River last Wednesday is sharing his perspective of what happened as he tried to land on one of the helipads near 30th Street off the West Side Highway.
Fleet Week Kicks Off With Parade Of ShipsNow in its 31st year, Fleet Week gives the public to meet Sailors, Marines and Coast Guardsmen, tour ships and watch special presentations. 
Helicopter Pilot Escapes With Minor Injuries After Crash Landing In Hudson RiverThe helicopter was on the way to pick up passengers when it plunged into the river near 30th Street and the Lincoln Tunnel.
Helicopter Goes Down Into Hudson River Near Lincoln TunnelA helicopter went into the water of the Hudson River around 1:20 p.m. on Wednesday, near 30th Street helipad.
Heroes On The Hudson: Ferry Crew Talks About Saving Helicopter Pilot From River CrashCBS2's Valerie Castro caught up with those heroes. The heroes were humble and said rescuing someone in distress is simply part of their job description.
Volunteers Mark Unusual Rite Of Spring: Counting Eels In Hudson RiverIt's springtime, which for many means baseball games, a picnic in the park or maybe catching some rays in the sun. But for some, this season is all about catching eels.