Suspect Lionel Virgile Charged With Attempted Arson For Allegedly Throwing Molotov Cocktail At NYPD VehicleLionel Virgile is facing a federal charge of attempted arson after his arrest for allegedly throwing bleach and a Molotov cocktail at police.
Lionel Virgile, Accused Of Throwing Bleach And Molotov Cocktail At NYPD, Facing Federal ChargesCBS2 has obtained exclusive video of his arrest. Reporter Kiran Dhillon spoke with the man's family, who says he is mentally ill.
Lionel Virgile Accused Of Throwing Bleach In Officer's Face, Tossing Lit Molotov Cocktail At Other Officers In BrooklynThe incident started early Saturday morning when police pulled over a 44-year-old man for running a red light in the area of Claredon Road and East 45th Street.
East New York Residents Have Had Enough With Garbage Piling Up At Empty Lots, Streets: 'You're Not Supposed To Live Like This'Residents in East New York say there is so much garbage being dumped around city-owned lots, people can't even walk on the sidewalks.
Sikh Celebrate Vaisakhi New Year Festival, 'A Real Proud Moment For Us'The holiday is an opportunity for Sikhs everywhere to come together to celebrate their faith and history.
12-Year-Old Shot In Brooklyn Remains Hospitalized, Police Searching For GunmanThe boy remains hospitalized after he was shot while walking down a street in Bedford-Stuyvesant just before 10 p.m. Saturday.
New Jersey Family Finds Father's Missing Cell Phone Nearly 6 Years After Crash That Took His LifeThe 62-year-old West Milford father of four was driving down a hill after completing a job in the mountains as a well driller in July 2015 when he crashed.
Restaurant Manager Puts Speed Bumps In Bike Lane, Fed Up With Cyclists Traveling Too Fast Near Flor De Mayo's Outdoor Dining Setup"They don’t slow down for anybody that tries to walk across," Chu said. "When they see people they just do their honks, and it’s like 'beep beep beep' and it’s not just annoying, it’s dangerous."
NYPD Investigating Possible Hate Crime After Asian Employee Attacked Inside Manhattan 7-ElevenThe incident happened at around 5:30 a.m. on Saturday inside the business at the corner of West 39th Street and Eighth Avenue in Manhattan.
3 Firefighters Hurt Battling Blaze In Queens Village; 'The Flames Were So High, It Was An Inferno'Heavy smoke filled the air and hundreds of firefighters responded to the scene.
COVID Impact: Marriott Hotel Workers Enlist NYC Councilman To Help Get Their Jobs Back After Pandemic EndsSeveral hundred employees who were let go from a popular hotel in Times Square say they deserve their jobs back when the coronavirus pandemic is over.
COVID Impact: U.S. Added 900,000-Plus Jobs In March, The Third Straight Month Of GrowthIt's back to business for Bar Dough in Hell's Kitchen, where 50% of its employees are now back to work after COVID-19 restrictions forced the restaurant to shut down in January for two months.
Rising Through The Ranks: Queens 12-Year-Old Has Eyes On One Day Being Chess GrandmasterThere are many things Queens student Jessica loves about chess. Primarily, it's how the game forces her to think strategically.
New Jersey Woman Out To Make Sure Many Local Children Get Easter Baskets; 'I Just Want To See A Smile On Their Faces'The 76-year-old mother of six has been handing them out to kids in her church community on the Saturday before Easter for the past 20 years.
New York Lawmakers Reach Agreement To Legalize Recreational MarijuanaThe legislation would create an Office of Cannabis Management, expand New York's existing medical marijuana program and establish a licensing system.