Police: Man Seen On Video Punching Sanitation Worker In The BronxPolice said the suspect approached a cleaning crew and punched the supervisor in the head.
New Yorkers That Frequent Central Park On Alert Following Confirmed Coyote SightingVisitors to Central Park may be keeping an eye out for something wild, after the Parks Department confirmed that at least one coyote has been spending time there.
'It's A Christmas Miracle': Woman Thankful Entire Family Survived House Fire In Franklin SquareA fire ripped through a home early Monday morning, leaving eight members of the same family displaced just two days before Christmas.
Only On CBS2: New FDNY Tactical Training Facility Opens In RockawayNow, the 40 fire companies in the area can spend less time "out of service" commuting to training and more time using those skills.
Falling Ice Shuts Down Inbound GWB, Streets Around Broadway And Columbus CircleThe NYPD shut down Broadway near 58th Street, and 57th and 60th streets between Seventh and Eighth avenues.
Deadly Debris Fall Has Pedestrians On Edge As Lawmakers Scrutinize Inspection ProtocolsScaffolding now protects on 49th Street where Erica Tishman was killed Tuesday morning. 
Woman Killed When Debris Falls Onto Sidewalk In Times SquareA Manhattan woman was killed Tuesday morning while simply walking down the street in Times Square.
5 Hospitalized After Carbon Monoxide Incident On Lower East SideThe FDNY responded around 7:40 a.m. to a seven-story apartment building on Broome Street near Ludlow Street.
Families Outraged By Ramshackle State Of Loved Ones' Final Resting PlaceAfter an unexpected management change, Lake Nelson Memorial cemetery is in need of repair.
De Blasio Vows To Help Sewage-Impacted Homeowners In Queens 'Get Back On Their Feet'A Queens community is still trying to get rising sewer water out of residents' homes after a blockage caused a crisis over the weekend. Now, the mayor is vowing to visit with homeowners and provide real solutions
Sewage Flooding Nightmare Continues In South Ozone ParkHundreds of Queens residents are dealing with a sewage crisis the holiday weekend. City officials said a blocked 42-inch pipe near John F. Kennedy International Airport is to blame.