MTA Officials: Subway On-Time Performance Hits Highest Level Since 2013Based on a glowing report released Monday, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority is boasting improved subway service and on-time performance.
'I Stay In My Own Positive Bubble': Lizzo Talks Body Image, Self-Love With CBSLizzo is responding to criticism over her revealing thong outfit at Sunday's Lakers-Timberwolves game in Los Angeles.
'A Longer, Deeper Look At What Happens Inside A Police Investigation': 'Break In The Case' Podcast Highlights Work Of NYPDIn the NYPD's new true crime podcast, stories are ripped straight from the department's cold case files and are told by the people who lived them. 
Hart Island, Final Resting Place Of 1 Million, On Verge Of Becoming NYC Parks PropertyThe country's largest public cemetery is a step closer to being turned into a public park.
Caught On Video: Burglar Breaks Through Wall To Rob Deli In PatersonPolice say the thief broke into a vacant store next to the Sweet Cheese Deli and punched his way through the wall, where he cleaned the place out. 
Only On 2: Special Needs School Bus Monitor Caught Sleeping On The JobA Westchester County mother says her special needs daughter is worried about going to school because her bus monitor is always asleep, and she has the pictures to prove it. 
'This Is My Life': Kahkow Chocolate Factory Brings Farm-To-Bar Experience To New YorkKahkow is a family run farm-to-bar chocolate factory located in Williamsburg.
Retired NYPD Sergeant: Recent Spike In Police-Involved Shootings Tied To City Policy ChangesThere have been four police-involved shootings in eight days. They have left some people wondering if there's a reason behind this spike in violence toward officers.
NYC Council Subcommittee Votes To Close Rikers Island, Open Borough-Based JailsRikers Island is another step closer to being closed. On Wednesday, a city council subcommittee voted 5-1 to close Rikers and open four smaller borough-based jails.
Newark Water Crisis: Murphy Seeks $500 Million Bond To Replace Lead Paint, PipesGov. Phil Murphy has laid out a strategy to tackle the state's ongoing lead crisis. On Thursday, he announced a multi-faceted plan to make the state's water system lead free within 10 years.
NYPD Suicides: Commissioner O'Neill Says Department Is Dealing With A 'Mental Health Crisis'NYPD Commissioner James O'Neill sat down with CBS2's Jessica Moore for one of his first interviews about officer suicide.