Police Probing 2 Anti-Semitic Hate Crimes In Brooklyn In Past WeekRachel Grinspan, of the Anti-Defamation League, tells CBS2 anti-Semitic hate crimes are not only becoming more common, but more extreme.
Another Brazen Assault On A Jewish Man Caught On VideoOfficials are worried as each seems more violent than the last. 
Hate Crimes Task Force Investigating Latest Anti-Semitic Attack In BrooklynThe 42-year-old victim was punched in the face by a person he did not know who was shouting anti-Jewish slurs at him.
Gov. Cuomo, ADL Condemn Apparent Anti-Semitic Attack In Williamsburg, BrooklynA 42-year-old man says he was punched in the face by a group of men yelling anti-Jewish slurs.
Brooklyn Artists Want To Spread Awareness About Furniture WasteYou may have heard of fast fashion, a term used to express the rapid turnover of clothing products. But what about fast furniture?
Multiple Cars Damaged In Wall Collapse At Brooklyn Construction SiteDepartment of Buildings workers told CBS2’s Scott Rapoport a piece of machinery hit the wall around 8:45 a.m. at a building demolition site on Wythe Avenue near North 13th Street in Williamsburg.
Winter Spa In Williamsburg Offers Hot And Cold Therapies High Atop HotelHigh atop the William Vale boutique hotel, CBS2’s Vanessa Murdock found something unusual against the backdrop of the Manhattan skyline – an encampment of glamping tents.
MTA Workers, Riders Want To Know: What Is Mysterious L Train Odor?While the investigation continues, state and city agencies stress the air is safe.
Several Cement Trucks Go Up In Flames Overnight In WilliamsburgThe fire started around 1:30 a.m. Wednesday in the parking lot of a construction business on Johnson Avenue in Williamsburg.
Borough Officials Seek Details On Plan To Keep 'L' Train Open Amid RepairsA new proposed plan that promised to keep the L train running during repairs needed after Superstorm Sandy damaged subway tunnels in 2012.
Cuomo On Canceling L Train Shutdown: 'We Needed An Idea Outside The Box'After years of telling subway riders the L train would be shutting down for more than a year for repairs, Gov. Andrew Cuomo now says never mind.