Bronx High School Students Partner With DOT To Improve Local Street SafetyChanges will include building pedestrian islands and adding bike lanes, stop signs and angled parking across a 10-block radius between East 156th Street and East 166th.
CBS Announces Peter Dunn, David Friend Will Not Be Returning As Investigation ContinuesBack in January, they were placed on administrative leave after accusations of alleged racist, homophobic and sexist behavior.
New York Legalizes Adult-Use Marijuana: 'A Historic Day'New Yorkers 21 and older will be able to legally buy cannabis from authorized retail outlets, possess up to three ounces, and grow their own plants.
Investigators: Alarm System At Evergreen Court Home For Adults In Rockland County Was On Test Mode When Deadly Fire Broke OutThe fire chief also says they were not able to fight the fire as quickly as they could have because the water pressure on site was inadequate.
Advocates Calling For More Support For New York City's Asian Community Amid Spike In Hate CrimesIn New York, the NYPD commissioner says so far this year, there have been 10 suspected anti-Asian hate crimes, but he and the mayor believe that number is higher because many go unreported.
Psychiatrist Encourages Asian Americans Experiencing Extreme Levels Of Fear, Anxiety To 'Talk About The Feelings, Not Avoid Them'The recent spike in Asian hate crimes means millions of people are struggling to protect those they love. Many want to know how to help their children and elderly relatives.
From Beyoncé To Billie Eilish, Women Rule At 2021 GRAMMY AwardsMusic's biggest night was a bright spot after a dark year.
HBO Documentary 'COVID Diaries NYC' Highlights Experiences Of 5 Young Filmmakers During PandemicThey're all children of essential workers, watching their parents risk their lives every day to keep the city running while struggling to make ends meet at home.
COVID 1 Year: Daughter Looks To Carry On Father's Legacy At Arthur Avenue RestaurantJoseph Migliucci died at the age of 81 in April, leaving behind a storied Italian restaurant and a daughter determined to preserve his legacy.
CBS2 Speaks With New Yorkers Riding Out Deadly Winter Storm Disaster In TexasWidespread power outages, a statewide food shortage and millions of people without heat and water are fighting to survive in their homes as ice and snow blanket the state.
NYPD: Party Bus Pulled Over After Passengers Post Photos Of Guns On Social MediaPolice discovered eight loaded guns, 58 rounds of ammunition and arrested 14 people - including 11 adults and three juveniles.
Joseph Chase Oaks Of Alabama Accused Of Targeting Hundreds Of People In New York, Across Country In Cell Phone Number ScamThe suspect is charged with grand larceny and identity theft, accused of targeting 300 people in New York and across the country to steal identities and $150,000 in cryptocurrency like bitcoin.
Hundreds Evacuated Around Raging Manhole Fire In Harlem Where Power Crews Hit Gas LineHundreds of people were left standing out in the cold after a gas leak led to an explosive manhole fire in Harlem.
Heroic Rescue: Elmwood Park Police Chief Pulls Mother, 2-Year-Old Daughter Out Of Freezing Passaic RiverInvestigators are still trying to get to the bottom of why the mom and daughter were on the river.
COVID Vaccine: Johnson & Johnson Says Single Shot Vaccine Effective In TrialsThe New Jersey-based company is calling it's vaccine a "one-shot wonder."