Louise Jean Signore turns 107 accompanied with over 100 friends and family. CBSN New York's Jessica Layton reports.
Transit Advocates Rally Outside MTA HeadquartersWith MTA fare hikes potentially off the table, transit advocates are pushing for funding and reforms.
Man Wanted In Subway AttackPolice are searching for a man they say attacked a 55-year-old woman and 21-year-old man at a subway station in Lower Manhattan.
Unprovoked Subway Attack Renews Calls For More Police, Mental Health ServicesPolice are searching for a man who slashed a passenger inside a Times Square subway station, reigniting demands from many riders who want to see more police presence and services for the mentally ill. CBS2's Christina Fan has more.
Fire Destroys New Jersey RestaurantA fire destroyed a LongHorn Steakhouse overnight in Morris County, New Jersey.
NYC On Track To Run Out Of VaccinesMayor Bill de Blasio says at the current rate, New York City will run out of the coronavirus vaccine by Thursday.
NYPD Commissioner Defends Handling Of Violent Confrontation With ProtestersWhat started as a peaceful march in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day turned into a tense standoff by City Hall. CBS2's John Dias has the police commissioner's response.
N.Y. Court Employee Brendan Hunt Accused Of Making ThreatsFederal authorities arrested a Queens man at his apartment Tuesday for allegedly making online threats against elected officials.
Report: National Guard Members Linked To Militia GroupsAccording to the Associated Press, two Army National Guard members are being removed from securing President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration because of alleged ties to fringe right-wing militia groups.
Mets Back On Hunt For General Manager After Porter FiredThe Mets are searching for a new general manager after Jared Porter was fired Tuesday morning. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez has the latest.
New York Mets Fire GM Jared PorterThe New York Mets have fired General Manager Jared Porter following an ESPN report that he sent sexually graphic, uninvited text messages to a female reporter in 2016.
Man Randomly Stabbed At Times Square Subway StationA 45-year-old man is recovering this morning after being stabbed in the back at a Times Square subway station.
Mets GM Admits To Sending Explicit MessagesNew York Mets newly hired General Manager Jared Porter is involved in a scandal this morning after he reportedly sent sexually graphic, uninvited text messages to a female reporter.
Dozens Of Protesters Arrested Following Violent Confrontation With PoliceThere was a violent confrontation between police and protesters Monday in Lower Manhattan after what started off as a peaceful march in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. As CBS2's John Dias reports, it then turned into a tense standoff by City Hall.
New York Weather: Sunny But ColdCBS2's John Elliott has the latest weather forecast.
New York Weather: CBS2 11 p.m. ForecastCBS2's Lonnie Quinn projects when we may see some more wintry weather.
After Spending Time In Jail, 3 Friends Unite To Form Food Delivery BusinessThe men are out to prove that they will not be defined by their respective pasts. CBS2's Nick Caloway has the story from Asbury Park, New Jersey.
Rocky COVID Vaccine Rollout Prompts Gov. Cuomo To Try Appealing To Pfizer DirectlyThe governor is fed up with the federal government, so he's trying to take matters into his own hands. CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
President Trump Expected To Announce 50-100 PardonsCBS2's Dick Brennan has the story.
NYPD: Unprovoked Subway Stabbing In Times SquareThe 45-year-old victim was said to be in stable condition. CBS2's Maurice DuBois reports.
Father Arrested After 8-Year-Old Accidentally Shoots HimselfPolice said the father was not home at the time of the incident. The young boy is expected to survive. CBS2's Kristine Johnson reports.
NYPD, Protesters Clash In Manhattan; 30 ArrestsPolice said 10 officers were injured in the melee. CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Remembering MLK: The Fight For Racial Justice ContinuesDr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s non-violent approach to racial and economic justice was considered a threat that lead to his assassination. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas has more on how how the divides he tried to address still linger today.
Victims Of Long Island Burglary Give Back To CommunityIs there a silver lining in everything? A family on Long Island says there is. They were victims of a home invasion, and responded, by giving back. CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Remembering MLK With A Day Of ServiceVolunteers tells CBS2's Christina Fan doing their part for their communities during these difficult times is absolutely worth it.