El Chapo Trial Becomes NYC's Latest Tourist AttractionThe thrill of being able to see the man known as El Chapo up close — and live to tell the tale — has been drawing curious New Yorkers, fans of TV crime shows and even tourists to Brooklyn.
Trump Foundation To Dissolve Amid NY LawsuitPresident Donald Trump's charitable foundation has reached a deal to dissolve amid a legal battle with New York's attorney general.
Charter Settles Suit With NY, Will Pay $174.2 Million SettlementThe company will repay $62.5 million to more than 700,000 current customers, which works out to between $75 to $150 each.
Mayor De Blasio Meets With HUD Secretary Over Future Of NYCHAMayor Bill de Blasio will be in a closed door meeting with Housing Secretary Ben Carson on Tuesday to talk about both the current state and future of NYCHA.
Stony Brook Student Missing, May Be In NYCPolice are searching for missing Stony Brook University college student Michael McLaughlin.
Fire Injures 2 In Brooklyn NYCHA BuildingA fire broke out at a NYCHA building on Linden Boulevard in the East New York section of Brooklyn.
Taxi Crashes Into Hell's Kitchen RestaurantOne person was taken to Bellevue Hospital with serious injuries after a taxi slammed into a restaurant overnight in Hell's Kitchen.
Brooklyn Judge Rules New York's Ban On Nunchucks Is UnconstitutionalJudge Pamela Chen issued her ruling Friday in a Brooklyn federal court on the martial arts weapon made famous by Bruce Lee.
Police: Argument On Bronx Bus Ends With Woman Slashing Passenger's FacePolice sources told CBS2 the victim got into an argument with a woman on a BX 19 MTA bus along 149th Street near Morris Avenue when she reached out to pet the woman's service dog.
Good Boy! New York College Student's Service Dog Gets Honorary DiplomaWhenever Brittany Hawley went to class, her loyal service dog Griffin was there.
Selling Christmas Trees A Family And Neighborhood Tradition In The West VillageA family from Vermont has made a life out of selling trees on the streets of the city.
Demanding A Fix To Constant Flooding, Long Island Residents Suing TownRobert and Faye Anastasio and a dozen other families in Lindenhurst are uniting for a possible class action lawsuit against the south shore village they love.