Rocker Jon Bon Jovi Opens Kitchen At Rutgers University For Students In Need Of Healthy FoodYou've heard his lyrics, but on Wednesday morning a big New Jersey rock star shared his soulful side in a different way.
Gov. Murphy: Once Again, NJ TRANSIT Fares Will Not Go UpThe decision marks three straight years without a fare hike. But at the same time a budget gap is expected for things like hiring new employees and replacing old bus and train fleets.
Members Remember Fondly The Day MLK Jr. Spoke At Paterson's Community Baptist ChurchDr. Martin Luther King Jr. gave one of his last speeches at a church in Paterson. People who were there that day, almost 52 years ago, returned to the site Monday to show how it changed their lives.
Residents Furious Over Illegally Parked Trucks In Forest HillsTrucks are taking over another Queens neighborhood. CBS2 found around two dozen parked Sunday night in Forest Hills, some idling for hours.
Exclusive: Lawsuit Filed Against NYC Towing Company Accused Of Deceiving Thousands Of CustomersThe Brooklyn Queens Expressway is one of several highways where Runway Towing has the exclusive contract. The lawsuit claims that Runway took advantage of that.
NYC School Working On Improving Chances Of Adults With Autism Finding Full-Time EmploymentThe number of people with autism is reaching record numbers. Experts say over the next decade half a million will enter adulthood, and face a number of issues, including finding a job.
Forgotten Families: City Of Elizabeth Files Lawsuit Against New York City Over SOTA Homeless ProgramThe city of Elizabeth and Union County have filed a lawsuit against New York City seeking to stop the Special One Time assistance Program, also known as SOTA.
Demanding Answers: CBS2 Gets Action On Illegal Truck Parking In South Ozone ParkCBS2 demanded answers and got action for frustrated residents in a Queens neighborhood. For months they have complained about illegally parked trucks along South Conduit Avenue.
Residents In Queens Neighborhood Fume Over Big Trucks Parked IllegallyVehicles stay parked for days. And even worse, where they are parked is creating close calls for drivers.
Residents In Manhattan Building Still Dealing With Elevator Issues Months After Gruesome Accident Killed TenantATA Enterprises got a permit in November to install a rope gripper on the elevator – which would function like an emergency brake. Attorneys for tenants say nothing's been done.
Forgotten Families: In Major Change, DHS Will No Longer Pay Landlords 1 Year's Rent Up Front To House HomelessIt comes nearly a year after CBS2 first began demanding answers, finding some New Yorkers living in deplorable conditions. Now we've gotten action.
Harvey Weinstein Trial: Request To Sequester Jury Denied, Selection Will Start TuesdayJury selection is scheduled to start this week in New York City in a case involving allegations that Weinstein raped one woman in a Manhattan hotel room in 2013 and performed a forcible sex act on a different woman in 2006.
Queens Parents Demand A Say In City’s Plan To Diversify School DistrictFrustration is brewing as Queens parents attending a public meeting last month couldn't get in. Thursday night, leaders of Community Education Council 28 will convene again.
Once On Verge Of Being Evicted, N.J. Family Now Thriving Thanks To Nonprofit, Giants PlayerA single mom and her kids got saved from eviction by a member of the New York Giants.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo Plans To Introduce Legislation To Legalize Gestational SurrogacyThe legislation passed the Senate this last session but was never brought up for a vote in the Assembly.