Man Dragged While Trying To Stop Vehicle Theft In ManhattanThe victim was taken to a local hospital with several broken ribs.
Teen Struck By Taxi In Midtown, Triggering Melee Between Police And Students, 4 ArrestedThe 14-15 year-old was hit around 2:15 p.m. at 52nd Street and Eighth Avenue.
NYC DOT: Citi Bike Is Faster Than Taxi To Get Through Midtown TrafficA report by the city's transportation department found Citi Bike riders travel about 30% faster than people in taxis.
Paris Theatre, Last Single-Screen Movie Theater In Manhattan, ClosesThe 71-year-old venue opened in 1948.
Couple Aims To Balance Gender Representation In Art With Bronze Statues Of Inspiring WomenTen bronze statues of inspiring females were unveiled Monday on the Avenue of Americas between 51st and 52nd streets.
Patience And Fortitude, New York Public Library's Iconic Lions, Getting A CleanupThe kings of the concrete jungle are getting some much-needed spa time.
Police Seek Alleged Burglar Targeting Manhattan HotelsPolice say in each incident, the alleged burglar walked into the hotel, posing as a guest, and went to a floor where housekeepers were cleaning rooms.
Police: Man Wanted For Attempted Rape Of Masseuse At Manhattan SpaThe attack happened around 12 p.m. Tuesday near West 46th Street and Broadway in Midtown.
NYC Blackout: Con Ed Tracks Down Root Cause Of Weeknd Power OutageCon Ed had said the lights went out July 13 because of a problem at its 65th Street substation.
Dozens Arrested In Midtown Protest Against ICEProtesters blocked three of the four crosswalks, some holding banners and signs reading "Close The Camps" and "Abolish ICE."
NYC Blackout: Cause Of Massive Manhattan Outage Under InvestigationCon Ed and city officials are trying to figure out how this happened and how to prevent a night like this from happening again.
NYC Blackout: Many Manhattan Businesses Hurt, But Some Soften Blow With Quick ThinkingSaturday night's blackout in Manhattan impacted the bottom line for plenty of businesses. But as CBS2 found out, some made the best of it.
NYC Blackout: Carnegie Hall Choir And Orchestra Performers Shined Brightly On Dark Saturday Night In NYCThe blackout in Manhattan on Saturday night didn't dampen the spirits of a choir and orchestra that were supposed to perform at Carnegie Hall.
NYC Blackout: Subway Passengers Plunged Into Darkness During Manhattan Power OutagePassengers were forced to find other ways to get off some of the trains and out of the stations.
NYC Blackout: Performers Take Their Shows To The Streets After Outage Forces CancellationsImpromptu performances popped up throughout the Theater District after Saturday's blackout forced many concerts and Broadway shows to cancel.