Elle McLogan, host of "The Dig," joined CBSN New York's Alice Gainer to talk about 969 NYC Coffee, offering Japanese snacks in Jackson Heights.
NYPD Briefing On Pride Parade SecurityOfficials with the NYPD held a briefing to discuss how the plan to keep the Pride Parade safe.
Living Large On Billionaires' RowCBSN New York's Natalie Duddridge gets a look inside the ultra-expensive 87th floor of 157 W. 57th St., in Manhattan on this week's edition of Living Large.
How To Save While Apartment Hunting In NYA recent study from the website Street Easy says 80% of neighborhoods in Manhattan and Brooklyn see peak demand from apartment renters in July, but there are ways to get creative to search and save. Georgia Kral, a writer for "Brick Underground," offers tips.
‘Fame’ Follow-Up: Principal Lisa Mars To Leave LaGuardia High School For DOE JobThe principal of the high school the 1980’s cult classic “Fame” was based on is resigning. Matt Yurus reports.
Woman Found Dead In Richmond Hill HomeA Queens woman was found dead in her home Tuesday morning. CBSN New York's Tara Jakeway reports.
Tip Of The Day: Yellow Sweet OnionsTony Tantillo reports.
New York Weather: 6/25 Tuesday Afternoon ForecastElise Finch reports. There is still a chance for a lingering shower or storm until the early afternoon, but after that expect gradual clearing as the day goes on.
President Teddy Roosevelt's Tree Removed At Sagamore HillA giant Copper Beech tree planted in the 1890s by President Theodore Roosevelt is being chopped down at the family estate in Sagamore Hill. Because of disease, tree experts started cutting down the limbs this morning. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports.
Michael Jackson Fans Mark 10 Years Since Singer's DeathFans have been marking the occasion by visiting the star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, but persistent allegations of sexual abuse have dimmed planned commemorations. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports.
Antique Firearm Found Inside Carry On Bag At Newark AirportThe TSA tweeted this picture of the firearm with a little cowboy on top, found in a traveler’s carry-on bag at Newark International Airport.
MTA Seeks To Ban Repeat Violent Criminals From Subways, BusesThe MTA is cracking down on criminals who target victims on subways and buses in an effort to make rides safer for commuters and transit workers. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reports.
Queens Democrats Choose Candidate For District AttorneyTuesday is primary day in New York City, with polls open until 9 p.m. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
Police Arrest Man Accused Of Trying To Pull 10-Year-Old Boy Away From ParentsPolice say 75-year-old Sang Lee tried to grad a 10-year-old boy's arm and pull him into a building near Roosevelt Avenue and 59th Street in Long Island City, Queens. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports.
Police Discover Woman Dead In Richmond Hills, QueensPolice responding to a 911 call at the 115th Street home Monday night found 26-year old Jannifer Richard in a bedroom unresponsive with trauma to her neck. She was pronounced dead at the scene. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
Fire Tears Through Homes In Paterson, New JerseyFirefighters battled flames, heat and heavy smoke as a five-alarm fire tore through four neighboring homes overnight in Paterson, New Jersey. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Police: Road Rage Suspect Pointed Gun At Driver's HeadSurveillance video shows a man shooting at a car, and one passengers was hit by bullets in the Sheepshead Bay section of Brooklyn. CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
Tuesday Morning Storms Make Messes Around Tri-StateElise Finch reports. There is still a chance for a lingering shower or storm until the early afternoon, but after that expect gradual clearing as the day goes on.
New Jersey Devils Introduce 18-Year-Old No. 1 Draft PickThe New Jersey Devils introduced Jack Hughes, the 18-year-old first pick of the NHL draft, in a press conference at the Prudential Center on Tuesday.
Sheepshead Bay Road Rage IncidentAn apparent road rage incident was caught on video in Brooklyn. Police want your help finding a gunman who opened fire in the middle of the street.
'Boudain Day' Marks Anthony Bourdain's 63rd BirthdaySome celebrity chefs are trying to turn tragedy into celebration in honor of their longtime friend and colleague, Anthony Bourdain.
Today Marks 10 Years Since Michael Jackson's DeathIt was 10 years ago today that the King of Pop, Michael Jackson, died of an overdose at the age of 50. Now, a decade later, after persistent claims of sexual abuse, many struggle with how to view his legacy. CBS News' Chris Martinez reports.
New Jersey Devils To Introduce No. 1 PickThe New Jersey Devils will officially introduce their No. 1 draft pick Jack Hughes during a press conference today.
Attempted Kidnapping In QueensPolice in Queens are looking for a suspect they say tried to kidnap a 10-year-old boy while he was walking with his parents.
Corpse Flower Set To Bloom At NYBGThey say you should stop and smell the flowers, but you might not want to stop to long with this one.
Cardi B Due In Court On Felony ChargesBronx rapper Cardi B is due back in court today on felony charges stemming from a strip club brawl in Queens.
Sen. McConnell To Meet With 9/11 First RespondersSenate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has agreed to meet with a group of first responders after days of emotional testimony on Capitol Hill.
Queens DA Race TodayDemocrats in Queens will cast their votes today to pick a candidate for district attorney.
Beyonce, Donald Glover Sing Lion King DuetThe live-action version of "The Lion King" roars into theaters July 19, and this morning we're hearing a new rendition of an iconic song.
MTA's Plan To Crack Down On CriminalsThe MTA is moving to ban those who continuously commit crimes against riders and workers on the city's subways and buses. CBSN New York's Jenna DeAngelis reports.