New York State May Pass Law Requiring Back Seat Passengers To Buckle UpA bill to make back-seat seat belt use mandatory passed the New York Senate in May. The Assembly is expected to vote on the bill.
Officials: Man Tries To Smuggle 34 Live Birds Into US In Carry-On LuggageThe man allegedly said he planned to sell the birds for about $3,000 each.
Sources: Governor Andrew Cuomo's Office, Senate & Assembly Meet To Discuss Marijuana LegalizationSources tell CBS2's Marcia Kramer three-way talks about legalized marijuana were conducted between Governor Andrew Cuomo's office, the Senate and the Assembly on Saturday.
NYPD Seek Identity Of Suspect In Power Tool BurglariesNew York police want to identify an individual suspected of stealing power tools.
Kids Celebrate The Outdoors At 'Adventures NYC' Free Event In Central ParkIt was a perfect day to be in Central Park as, for another year, the parks and recreation department hosted Adventures NYC to celebrate the outdoors.
New York Among America's Most Fun StatesNew York is one of the most fun places to live in America, according to WalletHub.
After Deadly Helicopter Crash, Many Wondering Who Protects New York City's Skies?Many New Yorkers thought the worst when they heard an aircraft crashed into a building, so who's protecting our skies in case next time it's not an accident?
NYC Council To Look Into Food Delivery App FeesThe New York City council will be looking into the fees charged by food delivery apps, like Grubhub, that let people order food from local restaurants.
Video Shows Driver Appearing To Purposefully Strike BicyclistA driver was caught on camera appearing to run down a bicyclist on purpose Thursday morning.
Free Service Helps Students Applying For College With Financial Aid ProcessIf your kids are applying for college and don't have the money to pay for their education, student loans are probably their best option.
Homeless Man Threatens A Train Passenger With Hammer In Latest Incident Involving Emotionally-Disturbed PersonA hammer attack on the A train Thursday is the most recent in a mounting number of incidents involving emotionally-disturbed individuals in New York.
Tony-Nominated Actress Struggles To Find Designer For Red Carpet, Says It's About SizeNot all designers are embracing plus sizes. One Tony-nominated actress says she couldn't find a designer who would dress her for Sunday's awards show.
Man Attacked, Robbed In Central Park; Police Seek Identity Of Person Wanted For QuestioningPolice are trying to identify someone wanted for questioning in connection to a Central Park attack and robbery.
De Blasio Names Replacement For Fired OEM Head Joe EspositoMayor Bill de Blasio has named a new head for the city’s Office of Emergency Management.
Gravity Knife Ban Lifted In New York, Police Say They're 'Still Concerned'The ban on gravity knives in New York has been lifted, and while it's good news for many workers and artisans, it's creating a new problem for some law enforcement officers.