Police Searching For Suspect Following Attempted Sexual Assaults Of 3 Young Women In QueensPolice told CBS2 the victims called 911 within 10 minutes of each other, with each saying they had just fought off a man trying to sexually assault them.
Enormous Tree Finally Removed From On Top Of Car, But Woodhaven, Queens Neighborhood Still Has Many IssuesA giant, downed tree created a dangerous situation in a Queens neighborhood for days after last week's storm. Residents felt their calls for help were being ignored.
Queens Residents Still Struggling With Power Problems A Week After Storm; 'We're Living In A Third World Country Right Now'Tempers boiled over in the sweltering heat and sparks flew, quite literally, in Woodhaven on Tuesday.
As Oppressive Heat Takes Over, Some NYC Residents Remain Without Power Nearly A Week After IsaiasOne area hoping to get power back soon is Queens, specifically in Woodhaven.
Struggling Small Business Owners Doubt Mayor Bill De Blasio's Vow To Help: 'It's Not Going To Save Us'Some business owners say they feel abandoned by the city and they worry if nothing changes, many businesses will have to abandon their neighborhood.
Historic 190-Year-Old Neir's Tavern In Woodhaven Saved After Threat Of ClosureThanks to its past and present patrons, the bar is saved in the nick of time.
65-Year-Old Gas Station Attendant Slashed Across Face, Robbed In QueensDoctors treated the victim for a slash wound, a broken nose and a swollen face. All this and the suspect only walked away with $60.
Following Another Water Incident, Assemblymen Propose Law Making Disrespecting Police A FelonyThere has been at least four separate cases now of citizens showing contempt for officers, prompting some fed-up lawmakers to say enough is enough.
Police: Suspect Who Punched, Choked Queens Laundromat Worker ArrestedA laundromat employee was attacked on the job last week in Queens, and now police say they have arrested the man responsible.
Business Owners Fear City's Order To Take Down Signage Could Affect Their Bottom LineThe Department of Buildings has been giving out $5,000 fines to local businesses for not having a permit for their sign or awning. Some owners fear they may not be able to recover from the losses.
4-Year-Old Girl Falls From Second Floor Window In Woodhaven, QueensIt appears the girl was playing with other children inside a two-family house on 77th Street just before 3 p.m. Saturday when she dropped about 20 feet into the alleyway below.