CBS2 Exclusive: Sneak Peek Inside Next Phase Of Moynihan Station ProjectThe station, named after the late New York Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan, will be at the landmark Farley Post Office Building and will accommodate both Long Island Rail Road and Amtrak passengers.
FBI Agent Injured When Flash Grenade Detonates At Federal PlazaEmergency crews were called to the heavily guarded plaza around 1 p.m. Wednesday.
Government Joins Food Fight Over NYC Menu Labeling RequirementsThe U.S. government has joined a food fight between New York City and a national group opposing new food labeling regulations for chain grocery and convenience stores.
Gov. Cuomo Considers Congestion Pricing Plan For ManhattanNew York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is putting together a proposal to charge motorists more for entering the most congested parts of Manhattan.
De Blasio Advises New Yorkers 'Don't Drive On 5th Avenue' During President's Stay At Trump TowerPresident Donald Trump is expected to come home to Trump Tower for a few days starting Sunday, the first time since his inauguration, and New York City police are planning a slight security clampdown in the area around the Midtown skyscraper for the duration of his visit.
Family Of Girl Who Died After Asthma Attack Says 'Briana’s Law' Will Save LivesThe family of a young girl who died after suffering a severe asthma attack is urging Gov. Cuomo Andrew to sign a law that they hope will save lives.
NYC Courts Dismiss Over 640,000 Warrants For Unpaid SummonsesDistrict attorneys in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan and Queens joined in Wednesday's effort.
Investigation Continues Into Police Shooting Death Of Brooklyn ManNeighbors and family of 32-year-old Dwayne Jeune gathered at a neighborhood church late Monday to console his distraught parents.
Local Lawmakers To Take To Subways, Hear New Yorkers' ConcernsNew York City lawmakers will be riding the rails this week to get firsthand feedback on the city’s subway system.
Cuomo, De Blasio Continue To Point Fingers Over Who Should Pay For Subway FixBoth traded barbs this week about the city’s failing subway system and, more importantly, who should foot the bill.
Groups Urge City To Adopt Their Agenda To Fix Transit SystemRepresentatives of eight advocacy groups gathered outside City Hall Thursday, urging all candidates for city office from the mayor on down to adopt their comprehensive transportation agenda to fix the city’s transit system.
Worker Hurt When Elevator Falls On Him In Lower ManhattanHe was rushed from the scene on Great Jones Street to NYC Health + Hospitals/Bellevue in critical condition.

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