Bloomberg Likely To Make Up His Mind About 2020 Run By Early Next YearCBS2’s Political Reporter Marcia Kramer broke the news back in June that Bloomberg was laying the groundwork for a run at the White House.
E-Cigarette Maker Juul Pulling Flavored Pods From StoresE-cigarette maker Juul is taking steps to keep its products away from kids. The company said Tuesday it’s pulling its flavored pods from more than 90,000 stores nationwide, including convenience stores and tobacco shops.
NYPD Officer Praised For Helping Tourist Purchase ‘Hamilton’ TicketsThe officer came to the rescue when the tourist came up $20 short for “Hamilton” seats.
'It's Liberating In A Lot Of Ways:' Restaurants Encouraging Diners To Ditch Their DevicesSome restaurants are fed up with customers using their cellphones, so they’re serving up phone-free dining options.
Long Island City Community Pushes Back Against Amazon’s Plan For Second HeadquartersCommunity leaders will hold a rally Wednesday in Queens, protesting Amazon’s decision to bring part of its second headquarters to Long Island City. While the move could bring billions in investments and more than 25,000 jobs, many are worried about what it will mean for housing and the commute.
Harlem Powerball Winner To Finally Come ForwardThe Harlem man in possession of a Powerball ticket worth $343.9 million will come forward Wednesday to claim his prize.
Police: Man Suspected In Manhattan Violent Robbery SpreePolice are searching for a man they believe is behind three robberies in Manhattan, two of which turned violent.
The Hidden Danger Growing In New York's Fire EscapesCBS2 is demanding answers after a shocking tour revealed just how dangerous the city’s emergency escape routes have become.
After Early Delay, Opening Statements Heard In Trial Of Joaquin 'El Chapo' GuzmanA juror had to be excused for an unknown reason shortly before they were set to start.
Amazon Makes It Official: Long Island City Will Host Part Of Its 2nd HeadquartersThe tech giant says the move will bring more than 25,000 jobs to Queens, but not all New Yorkers are happy about the decision in an already crowded city.
New York Parents, Educators Fight Back Against Developer's Plan To Turn Public School Into High-End StoresVornado Realty Trust and Stellar Management told parents at a meeting last month that they won't be renewing the school's lease after decades in the neighborhood.
A Little History On Long Island CityLong Island City was created in 1870, when eight hamlets and the Village of Astoria merged.