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.
Local Researchers On A Mission To Document All The Seals Living In The Waters Off New York CitySome creatures living in the waters around New York City seem to be making a comeback. Dozens of seals have been spotted along the shores near the Bronx and Staten Island.
Plans Underway For Public Beach In ManhattanManhattan is getting a public beach, sort of.
NYC Marks 10 Years Since Flight 1549's 'Miracle On The Hudson'Capt. Chesley B. "Sully" Sullenberger and the crew of US Airways Flight 1549 turned what could have been a fatal tragedy into the "Miracle."
Looking Back: TRIUMPH SNATCHED FROM JAWS OF TRAGEDYReposting the original report on US Airways 1549's ditch into the Hudson River as published by WCBS-TV on Jan. 15, 2009.
Are LED Boat Advertisements On The Hudson River Going A Step Too Far?Standing 20 feet tall by 60 feet wide, these two floating LED screens are brand new additions to New York’s waterway.
NYPD: Saudi Sisters Found Bound Together In Hudson River 'A Tragedy All The Way Around'It has been nine days since the bodies of 22-year-old Rotana Farea and 16-year-old Tala Farea washed up along Riverside Park and still no definitive answers on how they ended up there.
Man Rescued After Falling Into Hudson RiverInvestigators said he fell into the water from Pier 84 near 43rd Street and 12th Avenue shortly after 9 a.m.
Oyster Big As Shoe Found In Hudson RiverIt's the biggest oyster found in the Hudson in a century and researchers say it could mean the river is cleaner than we think.
Dazzle Disguise: Historic Fireboat Along Hudson River Turned Into Floating Work Of ArtThe boat is covered in a wild plant design that likely saved lives during World War One.