Arctic Experience Transports New Yorkers Into Alaskan WildsA new art exhibit in Brooklyn is giving people the complete arctic experience, transporting people to a national wildlife refuge.
New East River Sculpture Changes Colors Based On Water QualityMost of the data collected to decide which color the sculpture will glow is collected in the water around Manhattan.
SEE IT: New Tech Helps MTA Replace An Entire Bridge In One WeekendIt’s a modern day marvel of construction tech – called a Self-Propelled Modular Trailer or SPMT - and it's pivotal in keeping the LIRR expansion project riding along at the right pace.
Turkey Trouble Continues On Staten Island As Relocation Plans StallThe flock was supposed to be moved to And-Hof animal sanctuary in the Catskills using funding secured by City Council.
Autumn Guide: When & Where To Watch The 2019 Fall Leaves Change ColorWatch why so many leaves are underfoot this early in the season might not be ideal this year.
DOE Alerting Students Who Survived 9/11 Attacks About Available Health Benefits, CompensationA letter will be sent to students’ last known addresses. It will contain information on the World Trade Center Health Program, 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund and where to access more information.
Good Samaritans Save Woman After Her Car Crashes Into Long Island Swimming PoolCBS2's Vanessa Murdock speaks with the good Samaritan who helped a woman who crashed into a residential swimming pool.
Komen Connections: Mother Credits Survival Of Her Son To Her Support SystemA mother to be received devastating news: A cancer diagnosis while pregnant. Treatment was trying and at times terrifying, but she beat the disease.
New Yorkers Sound Off On Decision To Put Advertising On Iconic Pepsi-Cola Sign In LICThe famous Pepsi-Cola sign in Queens has a new look for the first time in its 80-year history, and some people are not pleased.
NJ Pilot Program To Weigh Pros, Cons Of Starting School LaterAccording to the American Academy of Pediatrics, early school start times are a key factor in students not getting enough sleep.
Double Murder In Maplewood Raises Questions And Concerns Over Hiring Child CaregiversAn au pair's boyfriend is now being accused of killing her and the owner of a popular comedy club in New York City.
Swimming Banned On Another NJ Lake Due To Toxic Algae BloomsWhile the hottest days of summer force involuntary sweating, a dip in Greenwood Lake is now off limits to cool off.
New York In Love With The Moon For Apollo 11's 50th AnniversaryFrom the long walk to the Saturn 5 rocket to stepping on the moon, the Apollo 11 mission captivated Americans and curated hope.
Pop-Up Planetarium Lets Visitors Interact With Out-Of-This World DiscoveriesThere’s a new attraction for space lovers both young and young at heart in Chelsea. CBS2’s Vanessa Murdock takes us inside the pop-up planetarium.
Pip's Island Captures Imagination Of Young Explorers In MidtownA new island has popped up in the middle of Manhattan. It’s called Pip’s Island, and it has an immersive experience for kids.