Maria Ambrocio Remembered As A 'Beloved, Cherished' Nurse Who 'Devoted Her Life To Helping Others'Ambrocio, 58, died after being knocked to the ground in Times Square Friday, allegedly by a man who was running away after mugging another woman.
Exclusive: Family Of Jermaine Foster, Suspect In Death Of Nurse Maria Ambrocio, Speaks Out; 'It's So Heartbreaking'Orett Montague remains in shock. His stepson, 26-year-old Jermaine Foster is charged with murder in connection with the death of 58-year-old Maria Ambrocio.
New Jersey Nurse Dies From Injuries Suffered After Being Knocked To Ground By Alleged Mugger In Times SquareMaria Ambrocio should have been working at Bayonne Medical Center on Saturday night. Instead, her brother said the 58-year-old was surrounded by her family when she was taken off life support.
Taxi Drivers Rally Against City's $65M Medallion Relief Program Outside Council HearingFor two weeks, cab drivers frustrated with the city's $65 million medallion relief program have been camping out in front of City Hall.
16-Year-Old Kyla-Simone Sobers-Batties Making Progress After Being Shot In Head In Brooklyn; NYPD Releases New Images Of People Wanted For QuestioningA vigil was held in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn on Monday afternoon for Kyla-Simone Sobers-Batties. While her condition is improving after being shot, her family said she's still not out of the woods.
16-Year-Old Kyla-Simone Sobers-Batties Fighting For Her Life After Being Shot In Head In Brooklyn, Search For Suspects ContinuesShe was taken to New York Presbyterian Methodist Hospital for surgery to remove bullet fragments from her head.
Police: Suspects Punch 3 People In Face In Series Of Unprovoked Attacks In BrooklynPolice said the attacks appear to be random, but all three victims are over 60 years old.
Paterson Says Grassroots Community Outreach Was Key To Achieving Highest Vaccination Rate In New JerseyOfficials attribute their success to the city's grassroots efforts to get out into the community and educate the public. 
Photos Of City Sanitation Crews Throwing Away Fresh Produce Confiscated From Bronx Street Vendor Spark OutrageA sanitation official told CBS2 that while the goal is always to donate confiscated food, the health department has to sign off on it as safe. Both agencies admit the Department of Health should have been called but was not.
Vaccine Mandate For NYC Teachers, Department Of Education Workers Put On Hold By Federal JudgeThe new case was filed by a group of teachers and is at least the second lawsuit against the city’s order.
NYC Moving Ahead With Plans To Build Affordable Housing On Site Of Little Italy Community GardenA lawsuit remains before the courts, but the city sent the group an eviction notice this week.