Coronavirus Memoriam: Remembering NYU Basketball Coach Levester Thompson Jr. And WWII Air Force Veteran Charles BirchCBS2 remembers two Staten Island men who cared deeply about their communities and families.
Young Martial Arts Students On Staten Island Helping Fight Pediatric Cancer One Judo Throw At A TimeDonors signed up to pledge money -- a quarter, $1, $10 per throw -- to buy toys, games, superhero pajamas and anything to make a sick kid happy.
84-Year-Old Rescued By NYPD After Sinking Neck-Deep Into Staten Island's SwampChopper 2 captured the dramatic rescue as the man was lifted into an NYPD helicopter by first responders.
Man Arrested In Connection With Death Of 1-Year-Old Girl On Staten IslandThe girl was found unconscious in her Midland Beach home on Monday. She had hit her head several days earlier, according to her mother.
Woman Sues Staten Island University Hospital Over Alleged Forced C-SectionRinat Dray said she felt her doctor was being impatient as he continued to pressure her to have a C-section right away, despite her insistence on a natural birth.
Man Killed, Woman Injured After Being Hit By Car On Staten IslandA 72-year-old man was killed, and a 64-year-old woman was injured, when a car slammed into them as they crossed a street in Staten Island this week.
Report: Staten Island Man Engulfed In Flames During Cooking MishapGloria was transported to Staten Island University Hospital in stable condition. His wife, who was home at the time, was also transported and was treated for shock.
Police: S.I. Robbery Suspect Stabbed Woman Before Taking Cellphone Authorities also released surveillance video of the suspect in the hope that someone will be able to identify him.
Head-On Collision Between SUV And Ambulance On S.I. Kills Driver, 9/11 First ResponderKilled in the accident were the driver of the SUV, who was ejected from the vehicle and pronounced dead at the scene, and the 58-year-old driver of the ambulance.
Officials: Good Samaritan Struck By Train While Helping Drunken Man Off S.I. Subway TracksOfficials said Steven Santiago saw a drunken man struggling to get off the tracks at the New Dorp station around 1:30 a.m. Sunday and sprung into action, jumping down to help him.
FDNY Battles Four Alarm Staten Island Brush Fire