11/20 CBS2 Tuesday Morning Weather HeadlinesThere are a few passing rain and snow showers north of NYC this morning. Some drops might make there way down to the city very early, but do not let it ruin your day.
NYC Food Banks Becoming Overwhelmed During The HolidaysAccording to the findings, nearly 80 percent of food pantries and soup kitchens across the city have seen increased traffic over the last five years
Thanksgiving Travel To Be The Busiest In 13 Years, AAA SaysRobert Sinclair of AAA said Tuesday between 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. is likely the worst time to hit the road.
Queens Man Taking Matters Into His Own Hands To Catch Alleged PredatorsA Queens man has taken the law into his own hands; running a sting operation to expose alleged internet predators and shame them live on the internet.
Brooklyn Debate Team Looking For Help To Get To National ChampionshipThe debate team at MS-50 in Williamsburg has won the Middle School City Championships for the last three years.
Ousted Department Of Investigation Commissioner Responds To Firing By Mayor De BlasioPeters says he was given the heave-ho by de Blasio after he repeatedly refused to deep six investigations that exposed the dark underbelly of de Blasio's administration.
New Technique Helping Women Avoid Heart Problems During Breast Cancer TreatmentPatients wear a snorkel-like device during radiation. They take a deep breath and hold it; increasing the distance between the heart and the area of the breast getting the radiation.
Residents Fume As Downed Trees Linger Across NYC StreetsSince Thursday's storm, the Parks Department says it has received more than 3,000 calls for fallen trees and debris.
Case Against Karina Vetrano’s Alleged Killer In Jury's HandsClosing arguments got underway Monday in the murder trial of Chanel Lewis, the man accused of killing Queens jogger Karina Vetrano in 2016.
Human Remains Found In Bag Outside Yonkers BankAccording to authorities, police were called to a Wells Fargo bank on Odell Avenue just after noon over a report of a suspicious package in the area.
Proposed Housing Project In Lynbrook Met With Stiff Criticism From Many HomeownersThe Nassau County village of Lynbrook is home to 20,000 residents, but the population could soon get a boost if a new housing project is given the green light.
'Fill The Bag' Thanksgiving Tradition Still Going StrongA Thanksgiving tradition on Long Island is bigger than ever this year, and so is the need.