4 Men Charged After Witnesses Clash With Police Over Shooting On Upper West SideA 27-year-old man was shot around 4:30 p.m. outside the Amsterdam Houses at 63rd Street and West End Avenue, and several fights broke out as officers arrived on the scene.
DOT Worker Dies After Being Struck By Dump Truck On Upper East SidePolice say the 44-year-old man was part of a paving crew on the Upper East Side. He was hit by a DOT truck around 1 a.m. on East 88th Street between York and East End avenues.
Exclusive: Employee Beaten In Head With Skateboard In Washington Square Park Attack Speaks OutA city parks department employee assaulted on the job in Washington Square Park is talking about his terrifying ordeal as police seek his attacker.
Suspect Escapes NYPD Cruiser Before Being Tackled After Shooting On Upper West SideNYPD officers tackled and took into custody a suspect connected to a shooting on Manhattan's Upper West Side on Monday afternoon.
Museum Of Modern Art Reopens After $450 Million RenovationThe museum was closed for nearly five months while undergoing a $450 million renovation and expansion.
Victim Spends 2 Hours Trapped Inside Elevator At NYCHA BuildingThe victim was trapped for two hours. Crews had to break down a wall to save them.
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.
NYPD: Armed Robbers Targeting People With Pricey JewelryPolice say the men struck 10 times since Aug. 26 in Manhattan, Queens and the Bronx, stealing more than $92,000 worth of jewelry, watches and cash.
Living Large: Cloud City Penthouse On Manhattan's East SideIf you look up, all the way up, on East 57th Street, you may catch a glimpse of the 65th floor. Crowning this glass-walled skyscraper is an 8,100-square foot home, a full-floor penthouse.
Gas Leak In Flatiron District Forces Evacuations, Snarls TrafficThe Fire Department says the gas leak started after 10 a.m., and think it's underground in a vault. 
Parents Voice Safety Concerns Over Early Election Voting At Manhattan Public SchoolAs election season nears, there are growing concerns about strangers on school campuses.