Health Care Workers Offer Free Medical Care For Those In Need At Brooklyn ClinicThe organization Healthcare for the People says they'll be holding free clinic events every Saturday at different locations, primarily in Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx.
Man Killed In Another Brooklyn Shooting As Hundreds Gather To Protest Gun ViolenceAs of this week, citywide, shootings are up 82% compared to the same time last year with gun arrests down 8%.
Prospect Park Littered With Beer And Liquor Bottles, Containers Of Food, Other Garbage Following Illegal Party On Sunday NightOne of Brooklyn's largest green spaces looked like a wasteland on Monday.
Wind Storm Brings Down Trees, Power Lines Throughout New York AreaPSEG says at the height of the outages, the numbers on Long Island were over 13,000.
Passaic Valley Water Commission Asks NJ For $26 Million To Help Residents Replace Lead Service LinesReplacing the pipe that runs from the curb to the house can cost homeowners more than $4,000.
Toxic Algae Blooms Found In NYC's Central Park And Prospect Park, Children And Pets Warned To Avoid WaterThe toxic algae cyanobacteria has already shut down New Jersey beaches and lakes, including parts of Lake Hopatcong.
Dog Stolen From Owner In Brooklyn, Snatched Back Days LaterThe dog's owner says the dog-napper came out of nowhere.
Police Seek 5 Suspects In String Of Prospect Park RobberiesPolice are asking for help identifying one man who they say is connected to a series of robberies near Brooklyn’s Prospect Park in the past 10 days.
Swan Eggs Stolen From Prospect Park, City Officials SayA pair of swans living in the Brooklyn park are an unmistakable and majestic sight. They're the only ones there after seven others mysteriously disappeared last year.
Police: Man Wanted For Questioning After Women Attacked In Prospect ParkPolice released surveillance video of a man wanted for questioning in the case, along with a sketch.
Why Prospect Park Is The Perfect Place For A Love StoryFor some couples, every day is like Valentine's Day in Prospect Park. CBSN New York's John Dias shares their stories.