Source To CBS2: Suspect Identified In Fight That Injured 3-Year-OldA 3-year-old boy was hit by a bottle thrown during an altercation after a fight inside a Brooklyn store spilled onto the sidewalk, police said.
Grief-Stricken Community Says Goodbye To Jogger Killed In QueensMourners have gathered for Karina Vetrano's funeral at St. Helen Church Saturday, about a mile from where she was killed in Howard
Transformer Fire Prompts Evacuation Of Courthouse At 100 Centre StreetAn underground transformer fire caused the lights and the air conditioning to go out Friday at the main Manhattan Criminal Court building.
Bay Ridge Residents Outraged Over New Paid Parking: 'Everything Is Taken Away From Us'A Brooklyn neighborhood is in uproar, saying the city is now demanding they pay to park.
Police Search For 2 Suspects In Violent Business Robbery In BrooklynIt happened around 5:30 p.m. Thursday at an accounting office on Roebling Street in Williamsburg.
MTA: L Train Tunnel To Shut Down For 18 Months In 2019 For Sandy RepairsThe L subway line's tunnel will be closed entirely for 18 months in 2019 to repair damage caused by Superstorm Sandy, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority announced Monday.
3 Injured After Car Crashes Into Long Island HomeThree people were injured after a car came crashing through a Long Island home.
Bar Owner Hurt In Bronx Shooting, Suspect May Have Shown Up With Weapon In The PastIt happened early Friday morning at the El Rey De Copas Bar on White Plains Road in the Allerton section.
100-Year-Old Badge Checker Has Been Working Spring Lake’s Beach For DecadesDottie Weierman is somewhat of a legend down the shore in Spring Lake. She has worked as a beach badge checker for more than 40 years. When her boss hired her, she was was the only woman.
No Injuries Reported As Minivan Goes Up In Flames In Borough ParkThere were terrifying moments in Brooklyn when a parked car suddenly caught fire. The flames are believed to have been sparked by a manhole at about 1:15 p.m.
Despite Surge In Sightings Some In Chappaqua Object To Use Of Coyote TrapsBeyond the hissing of summer lawns in Chappaqua, there has been much hissing between residents over what to do about the coyotes.
Nassau Police Overhauls Use-Of-Force Policy For OfficersThe Nassau County Police Department's refurbished use-of-force policy pushes de-escalation tactics and limits the use of the chokehold.
Police Search For Intruder In Staten Island Home InvasionA woman came face to face with an intruder during a frightening home invasion on Staten Island.
Huge Crowds, Increased Security And Tributes To Orlando Victims At NYC Pride ParadeCrowds of onlookers stood a dozen deep along Fifth Avenue, many waving rainbow flags. Some spectators held up orange "We are Orlando'' signs with armed officers standing by.
Police: Man Threatened Imam With Pipe In Hate Crime At Staten Island MosqueA Staten Island mosque has found itself targeted with chilling threats – all coming from a man armed with a metal pipe.