Beloved Organist Retiring After Playing For 74 Years At New Jersey ChurchSince 1946, when he was just 14 years-old, Walter Miklas has been perched in front of an organ at the Zion Lutheran Church in Clark.
Teen May Have Saved Another Homeless Person From Being Killed By Suspect In Chinatown MurdersArgenys Vargas was on Manhattan's west side when he noticed a violent struggle here near the waterfront.
Police Sergeant Revives Alleged Robber Who Suffered Cardiac Episode While FleeingThe men saw each other again a few days later when the suspect came in for fingerprinting.
Several Injured In Chain-Reaction Crash In BrooklynIt happened around 2:30 p.m. Monday at 54th Street and Fourth Avenue in Sunset Park.
MUST WATCH: Woman Appears To Taunt Lion After Climbing Into Exhibit At Bronx ZooVideo shows the woman standing in the exhibit and dancing while a male lion stares at her.
Jewish Community Celebrates Rosh Hashanah With Singing, Dancing And ReflectionRosh Hashanah marks the start of the Jewish New Year.
New Body Cam Video Released Of 2016 Police Shootout With Chelsea Terror Bomber Ahmad Khan RahimiNew video released in court Friday from a Linden police officer's body camera captures the moment the officer was shot after he realized he was face to face with a terror suspect.
New Jersey Hispanic Chamber Of Commerce A Support 'Rolodex' For Start-UpsA program in New Jersey is giving it's Latino community members essential tools needed to help develop their own businesses.
Raucous Fight Breaks Out At Community Meeting Protesting Brooklyn Bike LanesThe town hall was organized by Myra Manning, a Park Slope resident who claims the new 9th Street bike lane is dangerous.
ONLY ON CBS2: Special Needs Student Repeatedly Bitten By Classmate On First Day Of School, Family SaysVideo documents the more than five bite marks and bruises eight-year-old Emily Montero allegedly endured during her first day at William F. Halloran School No. 22 in Elizabeth.
Hell's Kitchen Resident Turns Trash Into Treasured Neighborhood SanctuaryFor the past decade, one man in Manhattan has been using found objects to decorate an urban oasis for his community.