Police Commissioner Dermot Shea Says NYPD Is Working To Assist Rikers Island Amid Staffing ShortagesEarlier this week, Mayor Bill de Blasio unveiled reforms at Rikers.
NYPD Offering $200 Prepaid Cards, iPads At Gun Exchange On Staten IslandPolice tweeted they'll pay cash for weapons, no questions asked, at a gun exchange on Staten Island this weekend.
Grand Jury Declines To Indict Former NYPD Officer David Afanador In 1st Case Under Chokehold BanCellphone video captured Afanador using the apparent chokehold while arresting Ricky Bellevue last June on the Far Rockaway boulevard.
Broadway Returns: CBS2 Talks To NYPD Mounted Unit Patrolling Times SquareThe NYPD was on hand to keep people safe as they returned to Broadway. CBS2's Dana Tyler to spoke to members of the Mounted Unit.
5 Hurt Including 4 Police Officers After Barricade Situation In QueensPolice say it started with a domestic abuse call around 8:30 a.m. Tuesday. 
Shanice Young Shot To Death Coming Home From Her Baby Shower In Harlem; Police Searching For Ex-BoyfriendPolice confirmed to CBS2 on Sunday night the victim's ex-boyfriend is the shooting suspect they are looking for.
NYPD: 3-Month-Old Killed, Parents Hurt On Sidewalk After Wrong-Way Driver Hit Another Car In Clinton HillThe family of three was out for a walk in Clinton Hill when a car slammed into their stroller.
NYPD: Woman Hospitalized Following Stabbing In BrooklynAn unidentified man is seen on video approaching a 36-year-old woman in front of a home on Underhill Avenue and Park Place on Friday afternoon.
Suspect Caught On Camera Accused Of Stealing Man's Electric Scooter At Gunpoint In Jackson HeightsInvestigators said the suspect had a gun when he approached the 28-year-old man and robbed him.
Remembering 9/11: Live Reading Of Names Returns To Lower Manhattan Ceremony Honoring Victims Of Terror Attacks 20 Years AgoThe names of the thousands of lives lost in the terror attacks were read out loud, a tradition that was put on pause last year because of the coronavirus pandemic.
9/11 20 Years Later: Muslim-Americans Say They Still Deal With Stigma Associated With Attacks, But Now Feel More EmpoweredOne group particularly impacted by the 9/11 terror attacks was Muslim-Americans. Many became the target of Islamophobia and racist attacks.