Ezras Nashim, First All Female Volunteer EMT Team, Wants An AmbulanceIt's a contentious issue in the orthodox Jewish community in Brooklyn.
Belleville, N.J. Mayor, Police Chief: Don't Fall Victim To Door-To-Door Water Testing ScamMayor Michael Melham and Police Chief Mark Minichini said since this past Thursday people have been knocking on doors and telling residents they were sent by the mayor to test the water.
Mayor De Blasio Sounds Off On School Board Member's Use Of Racial SlurThis comes while the schools chancellor remains silent on whether she should stay or go.
Brooklyn School Board Member Sparks Outrage, Community Demands She Resign After Using Racial Slur Against AsiansTuesday night, at a heated public meeting, more than 100 people rallied for her to resign – but what she did next angered them even more.
Woman Handcuffed For Selling Churros In Subway Tells Of Incident To CBS2Viral video shows who we now know as "Elsa" in handcuffs for illegally selling churros. On Monday, dozens showed up at the Broadway Junction Station in Bedford-Stuyvesant to support her.
Months Later, Some Forgotten Families Still Find Themselves In Unlivable ConditionsIt seems some of the forgotten families CBS2 told you about earlier this year are still being forgotten.
Exclusive: 6-Year-Old Allegedly Attacked By Homeless Man On The Road To RecoveryJeremy Portnoy was outside his grandfather's home waiting for a pizza when a stranger picked him up and threw him to the ground on his head.
Bail Reform: NYC To Offer Mets Tickets, Doughnut Gift Cards To Get Freed Inmates Back In CourtState judges will no longer require cash bail for most misdemeanors and nonviolent felonies like selling drugs or burglarizing a home, and now the state says nearly 900 in jail now will be released starting mid-December.
MTA To Inspect More Than 60 Miles Of Elevated Tracks After Latest Falling Debris IncidentThe inspection follows a number of dangerous incidents involving falling debris, including a close call for a livery cab driver yesterday in Queens.
City Officials Question Officer's Actions During Subway Fight With TeenagersVideo shows a cop punching a teenager, and seconds later, that same cop appears to swing at another teen.
Subway Menace Accused Of Shoving Woman Into Train, Several Other Crimes ArrestedAn alleged subway menace is now in custody after another violent attack in a Brooklyn subway station Wednesday night.
Exclusive: Mother And Son Charged With Selling Toxic Apricot Formula As Fake Cure For CancerInvestigators say drums of hazardous materials were found inside the woman's Bellerose Manor home in Queens. Their phony miracle formula is allegedly a toxic apricot seed concoction.
N.J. High School Student Accused Of Encouraging Elementary School Student To Kill HerselfThe male student, who is a juvenile, was arrested Monday night and accompanied by his parents. He has been charged with one count of cyber harassment.
Westchester Woman Suing NYC, Claims She Was Assaulted, Robbed As She Waited To Pay Son's BailA mother desperate to free her only child from a Manhattan jail believes she was set up by city workers.
Homeless Man Befriended By Manhattan Neighbors Shows CBS2 His New Life With EmploymentIn less than two weeks, Johnell Johnson went from a stoop on West 22nd Street to manning the sink at Gran Tivoli on Broome Street.