CBS2's Jessica Moore has the latest on the legalization of electric bikes and scooters across New York State.
EPA Banning Production Of R22 Gas Used In Air ConditionersSummer air conditioning bills can be costly, and a new federal regulation could make it even more expensive to stay cool.
NYC Bill Could Outlaw Selling Cellphone Customer Location DataA New York City bill could make it illegal for cellphone companies and apps to sell customer location data to marketers.
NYPD Looking For Man In Subway Slashing InvestigationPolice are looking for a man involved in a subway slashing in Midtown.
MTA Announces Plan To Keep People Safe From Falling MetalAnother car has been damaged by falling metal from elevated MTA subway tracks; CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
Former Pitcher Dwight Gooden Faces 2nd Arrest Since JuneFormer Mets and Yankees pitcher Dwight Gooden is in trouble with the law again for the second time in six weeks.
Report Claims Homeless Nonprofit Isn't Doing EnoughA scathing new report claims a homeless nonprofit isn't doing nearly enough to actually help the homeless; CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
Thousands Without Power In New Jersey After StormsThousands of people are without power in New Jersey after Monday night's storm toppled trees and knocked down power lines; CBS2's Marc Liverman reports.
Actions Of Officers Soaked By Civilians Being QuestionedThere's new outrage after videos surfaced showing water and even buckets being thrown at NYPD officers; CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Bill To Permanently Extend 9/11 Victim Fund ApprovedBy a vote of 97 to 2, the Senate approved the Never Forget the Heroes Act on Tuesday; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Jon Stewart Reacts To Senate Extending 9/11 Victim Compensation FundComedian and advocate Jon Stewart spoke out after the U.S. Senate passed an extension of the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund, essentially making it permanent.
NYPD Officials Discuss Fentanyl ArrestsSpecial Narcotics prosecutors are teaming up with the NYPD to change the law and include all ingredients of fentanyl illegal in any combination of forms and to lobby for federal funds to combat the problem.
Man Slashed Across Face At Penn Station Subway StationPolice are trying to find an individual accused of slashing a man across the face at a Midtown subway station. (Credit: NYPD Crime Stoppers)
Hindu Priest Attacked In Possible Hate CrimeA Hindu priest was attacked by a total stranger in a possible hate crime in Glen Oaks, Queens. CBSN New York's Hazel Sanchez reports.
The Gloria Crest Estate Screams Old School HollywoodOn this week's edition of Living Large, CBSN New York's Natalie Duddridge takes us to an aristocratic and Hollywood-style home in Englewood, New Jersey.
Urban Affairs Expert Discusses NYCHA ReportCBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer spoke with CBSN New York's urban affairs expert, Mark Peters, about a damning report on the state of NYCHA.
Taxi And Limousine Commission Holds Hearing On New Rideshare Service RulesThe Taxi and Limousine Commission is holding a hearing Tuesday afternoon on rules that would impact rideshare services in New York City; CBSN New York's Lisa Rozner reports.
Tip Of The Day: Galia MelonsDuring the summer months, you can find a variety of melons to choose from. Fresh grocer Tony Tantillo tells us more about one of his favorites.
New York Weather: CBS2 Noon ForecastCBS2's John Marshall has what you need to know about the forecast for the rest of the week.
NYPD Officers Doused With Water While Responding To CallsThere was outrage Tuesday after videos surfaced of New York City police officers being soaked with water while responding to calls in Brooklyn and upper Manhattan during the weekend heat wave. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports
White House, Congressional Dems Reach Budget DealThe White House and Congressional Democrats say they've reached agreement on a two-year plan that suspends the debt ceiling. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports
Senate Vote On 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund Expected TuesdaySept. 11 first responders and their supporters were in Washington D.C. on Tuesday for a Senate vote on extending their health benefits. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports
Thousands Without Power In Howell Township, N.J.Residents are dealing with downed trees and power lines in Howell Township, New Jersey. CBS2's Marc Liverman reports
NYCHA Federal Monitor Releases Scathing ReportA federal monitor issued a damning report on the state of New York City’s public housing system. The report says the city has not kept promises to fix a vast array of problems, from getting rid of rats and mold to lead paint abatement. CBS2's Marcia Kramer reports.
Storm Cleanup In Millstone Township, N.J.Severe storms caused a nightmare for some people across New Jersey. CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
Web Extra: NY AG, Officials Condemn Assault On Hindu PriestNew York State Attorney General Letitia James and other elected officials denounce a recent assault on a Hindu priest in Floral Park, Queens.
Flooding, Outages Take The Tri-State By StormA flash flood watch is in effect this morning after powerful storms pummeled the area overnight. CBSN New York's Jenna DeAngelis reports.
Officers Fired Over AOC PostTwo Louisiana police officers have been fired after allegedly posting a comment on Facebook suggesting Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez should be shot.
Flash Flood Watch Through NoonCBSN New York's John Marshall with the latest weather forecast.
Thomas Rhett Invites Cancer Survivor On StageCountry Singer Thomas Rhett made a young fan's wish come true during a concert in Darien Lake, New York.