Washington Heights Home With Underground Railroad Connection Faces Potential Demolition; Residents Want It LandmarkedThe two story home is located at 857 Riverside Drive and brings with it a big piece of history.
Actor Patrick Wilson, Theater Development Company Cinema Lab Hoping To Revive New Jersey Movie Theater Forced To Close Due To COVIDActor Patrick Wilson, who lives in New Jersey, wanted to be involved because he says movie theaters are the bedrock of smaller communities.
Army Veteran Recounts Deadly Encounter With Emotionally Disturbed Man Inside New York City Subway StationThe 55-year-old was at the station and saw the push. As bystanders screamed to stop the oncoming train, the Army veteran jumped onto the tracks to help the victim.
Police: Man Dies After Allegedly Attacking Stranger In Harlem Subway Station, Jumping Onto TracksCell phone video shows a naked man who appears to be emotionally disturbed inside the subway station. Police say that man approaches a stranger and, unprovoked, begins to attack him before pushing him onto the tracks.
SoHo Hotel Confrontation: Parents Of Keyon Harrold Jr. Speak Out Against Racism After Woman In Viral Video Charged; 'Racial Profiling... It's Real'The parents of Keyon Harrold, Jr., who was attacked and falsely accused of stealing a cellphone, say they want more done to combat racial injustice in the city and around the country.
7 Firefighters Hurt, Businesses Destroyed By Raging Fire In Flushing, QueensIt took more than 200 firefighters several hours to knock the flames down early Saturday morning. Several businesses were either damaged or destroyed and seven firefighters were hospitalized.
Only On CBS2: Illegal Parties Continue To Rage Across NYC In Violation Of COVID-19 RestrictionsThe New York City Sheriff's Office is primarily in charge of enforcement. When CBS2 asked why so many are going unpoliced, both the mayor and sheriff's offices say the city's resources are spread thin right now.
Interim MTA Pres. Sarah Feinberg Asks Mayor De Blasio To Boost NYPD Presence In Transit System Amid City's Growing Mental Health Crisis, Increasing Subway CrimeThe MTA is asking Mayor Bill de Blasio for more NYPD officers to patrol subways and buses. The transit agency cites a recent increase in crime and worsening mental health crisis in the city.
Water Main Break Causes Serious Damage At Midtown ChurchLeaders at Saint Peter's Church at the corner of East 54th and Lexington Avenue said the break was so intense, the majority of the church flooded.
90-Year-Old Man Falls 10 Feet Into Storm Drain On Long IslandEmergency crews spent more than an hour getting the elderly man out.
Family Devastated After Queens Couple Killed By Hit-And-Run Driver On Way To Work On New Year's DayPolice are still looking for the driver who they say ran from the scene, leaving two passengers behind.
Man Rushes To Help Residents Escape Fatal Yonkers Fire: 'I Would Hope That Somebody Would Do That For Me'Officials said dozens of people managed to escape as flames, but one man lost his life as flames engulfed the building on Bruce Avenue.
Disturbing Video: 92-Year-Old Woman Plowed Down Crossing Bronx Street, Driver Keeps GoingPolice said the incident happened around 1 p.m. Wednesday at the corner of East Tremont and Daly Avenue in the West Farms section.
Queens Residents Upset After City Relocates COVID-Positive Homeless Individuals Into Neighborhood HotelThe move is apparently part of a larger citywide push to help those who are sick properly isolate.
Mystery Surrounds Alleged Stabbing On Quiet N.J. StreetNeighbors on a quiet residential street in Edgewater awoke Sunday to a heavy police presence.