Furry Friend Finder: Simba And Chip In Need Of Forever HomesChip is a 10-year-old, 16-pound, housebroken, Papillion mix, with beautiful silky hair. Simba is a 7-year-old, 7-pound, housebroken, Pekingese dog.
New York Weather: 1/3 Friday Morning Forecast, Rainy Weekend May End With Snow SundayAnother round of rain comes in today with the heaviest bouts arriving this morning. We can expect .5 - 1" of widespread rain through Saturday.
New York Weather: 12/25 CBS2 Christmas Morning ForecastWednesday will be a bright and beautiful Christmas with sunshine, light breezes, and temps in the mid 40s.
New York Weather: 11/30 CBS2 Saturday Forecast, Widespread Winter Storm Expected SundayIt's still quiet overnight as clouds build ahead of our first widespread winter storm. Snow, sleet, rain... it'll have it all!
New York Weather: 11/29 CBS2 Friday Morning Forecast, Will There Be A Weekend Snow Storm?If you'll be traveling on Sunday, that's when things may turn messy to finish the holiday weekend.
Thousands Help Raise Over $1 Million At Annual Walk To Cure LupusCBS2’s own Steve Overmyer and John Elliott joined the crowd at the annual Walk to Cure Lupus, which kicked off at the Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum.
JDRF One Walk Raises Over $125K For Type 1 Diabetes ResearchThe Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation hosted a fundraising walk on Staten Island to help the millions of people who suffer.
Back To School Advice From CBS2: How Do Your Kids Know You're Proud Of Them?Hear some tips from John Elliott, Jessica Layton and Alex Denis.
Back To School Advice From CBS2: How To Get Your Kids To Make The Most Of SchoolHow do you get your kids to make the most of school? Hear some tips from Dick Brennan, Alex Denis and John Elliott.
New York Weather: Slick Start To Be Followed By Major MeltingStreets, sidewalks and other surfaces will be slick to start the day Thursday, but we’re in for a major warm-up and melting this afternoon.
New York Weather: Snow Gives Way To Sleet, Freezing Rain As City Braces For Icy NightThe city expects to see 2 to 4 inches of accumulation, before the precipitation turns over to sleet and then heavy rain overnight.