Icy Conditions Expected To Worsen As Temperatures PlummetTemperatures were expected to plunge into the single digit late Sunday night, creating a concern for black ice on area roads, especially areas that saw snow on Saturday night.
1 Dead, 2 Hospitalized By Hammer-Wielding Attacker In Brooklyn RestaurantAuthorities tell CBS2 that a 34-year-old man entered the eatery on Emmons Avenue just after 5 p.m. and attacked three men with his weapon.
With Temps Plunging, Some NYCHA Residents Wake Up Without Heat Or Hot WaterSaturday's temperatures were especially tough for residents in the city's public housing system who are without heat.
'Like A War Zone': Most Residents Back After Neighboring Construction Debris Crashes Through RoofMost Upper East Side residents are back into their homes after being forced out when construction debris crashed through the roof of their six-story apartment building.
NYC Expected To Approve GPS Tracking For School BusesAfter decades of delay, the city council is poised to pass legislation that will mandate GPS tracking on all school buses, so parents can see exactly where their kids are.
Man Takes Ex, Grindr App To Court Over Hundreds Of Harassment IncidentsA man who says his ex used a popular dating app to get revenge blames Grindr for his being stalked and harassed by 1,400 strangers.
President Trump Threatens To Declare National Emergency If Democrats Don't Fund His WallSunday marked the 16th day of the government shutdown. Democrat and Republican lawmakers tried negotiating over the weekend, but there's still no deal.
NYPD Investigating Swastika Hate Crime In BrooklynPolice are looking for the person who scrawled swastikas on an elderly woman's door in the Midwood section of Brooklyn.
Angry Residents Charge Rockland County Officials With Causing Lake To Form In Their BackyardA swamp is growing in a Rockland County backyard, and the homeowners say government officials are to blame.
Christmas Balloons Bigger Than A House Light Up One New Jersey DisplayAll 30 feet of jolly St. Nick are perched on the back porch of Kevin Malinski's home on Macopin road in Bloomingdale.
Change In Alimony Tax Law Sparks Holiday Rush To Divorce In 2018Under new federal law, alimony will no longer be tax deductible come Jan. 1, and the change is sending divorce attorneys into overdrive.
Shoppers Flood NYC For One Final Push Before ChristmasThe holiday rush was on Sunday throughout the city.