Cab Driver Who Was Pepper-Sprayed, Pulled From Vehicle Calls For More Enforcement In NYCThe New York State Federation of Taxi Drivers is calling on the city to step up police patrols to protect cabbies.
Illegal Warehouse Party Shut Down In Queens For Violating COVID-19 RestrictionsCBS2 has been told the organizers, security guards and DJs were also issued appearance tickets.
Police: Man Shot In Queens By Suspects Riding MopedsPolice say the man was with his girlfriend and 7-year-old child when two men on mopeds rode by and opened fire.
15-Year-Old Accused Of Pepper Spraying Uber Driver, Stealing Car, Crashing Into Parked Cars In QueensThe suspect then crashed into several parked cars before he was chased down by members of a nearby mosque who held the boy for police.
Richmond Hill Street Co-Named 'Punjab Avenue' To Honor Neighborhood's South Asian CultureThe stretch of 101st Avenue between 111th and 123rd streets is filled with Punjabi culture, earning the nickname "Little Punjab."
Good Samaritans Help Catch Robbery, Carjacking Suspect In QueensAccording to police, the suspect used pepper spray to assault a cab driver before pulling him from his vehicle and driving away.
Caught On Camera: Queens Bodega Held Up At GunpointSurveillance video shows the suspect point a gun at the clerk and demand money. 
Police Identify Suspect Wanted For Raping Woman In Queens AlleyPolice said the suspect forced the 36-year-old victim into an alley, pushed her to the ground, and then raped her.
Gov. Cuomo Redraws COVID-19 Hot Zones As Infection Rates ImproveThe governor announced Wednesday that restrictions in New York City will be narrowed to certain blocks instead of whole zip codes
5-Year-OId Queens Author Egypt Bush Tackles Coronavirus With Series Of Stories Featuring SuperheroesDuring the coronavirus pandemic we're all struggling to come up with constructive ways to spend time at home. Well, a 5-year-old from Queens decided to write a series of books.
Suspected Car Thieves Attack Owner In QueensThe victim told CBS2 that he pulled up to his construction site in Richmond Hill just before 7 a.m. He says he left the key in the ignition while dropping off items across the street.