A family from Brooklyn is trying to raise more than $2 million to help their sons, who have a rare genetic disease. CBSN New York's Cindy Hsu reports.
Consumer Reports Finds Security Issues With Women's Health AppsAn estimated 50 million women around the world use health apps, but a new investigation shows users' information may not be as protected as they think.
Surgeries Postponed Because Of Surgical Gown ShortageSurgeries are reportedly being postponed across the country because of a shortage of surgical gowns.
U.S. Department Of Transportation Proposing New Rule Regarding Animals On PlanesFrom peacocks to miniature horses, airlines have seen it all, but changes could be coming; CBS2's Charlie Cooper reports.
Demanding Answers: Why Aren't Pedal Bike Riders Required To Wear Helmets In New York?Gov. Andrew Cuomo is out with new e-bike regulations, requiring some riders to wear helmets, but pedal biker riders are still free to ride without protection. Why is that? CBS2's Jessica Moore is demanding answers.
Window Washers Rescued From Dangling Scaffolding In MidtownTwo window washers were left dangling 28 stories high at a skyscraper in Midtown on Thursday.
Fotis Dulos On Strict House Arrest After Tampering With Memorial To Jennifer DulosThere are new restrictions put on the Connecticut man accused of killing his estranged wife after what the judge called a "stupid" move; CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Gayle King Talks To Grammy-Nominated SuperstarsOur very own Gayle King has a Grammy Awards special with some of the superstars who are nominated airing Thursday at 10 p.m. She stopped by to tell CBS2's Kristine Johnson about it.
Longtime 'PBS NewsHour' Co-Host Jim Lehrer Dies At 85Tributes are pouring in for Jim Lehrer, the longtime co-host and co-founder of "PBS NewsHour." On Thursday, PBS announced Lehrer died peacefully in his sleep at age 85.
Thieves Severely Damage Organ In Freehold, NJ Church Break-InA congregation in New Jersey is heartbroken after a treasured part of their church was vandalized.
Annabella Sciorra Faces Harvey Weinstein In CourtAn actress took the stand in Harvey Weinstein's rape and sexual assault trial Thursday. Annabella Sciorra is the first accuser to face Weinstein in court, but he isn't facing charges over her allegations; CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
Communities Calling For More Safety Measures Around Frozen Ponds After Teens' DeathsThere are calls for more safety measures around frozen ponds following the deaths of two teenagers who fell through the ice in New Jersey in two separate incidents on Wednesday night; CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
MTA President Andy Byford Stepping DownMTA President Andy Byford announced Thursday morning he's resigning, creating a big shake-up at the MTA; CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
House Impeachment Managers Go After 'Conspiracy Theories,' President Trump Continues TweetingThursday was day two of members of the House making their case at the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump. They made an effort to tear down the president's defense; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
1 Dead, 2 Hurt In Harlem Shooting, Suspect At LargeOne man has died and two others are hurt after a shooting in Harlem.
Shoplifting Suspect Dead After Leading Police On Chase In Passaic CountyA wild police chase in a small New Jersey town has left one man dead; CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Giants Quarterback Eli Manning Retiring After 16 SeasonsEli Manning, the Giants all-time great quarterback, has decided instead of being a back-up or signing on with another team, he'd rather retire at the age of 39; CBS2's Otis Livingston reports.
Police Chase Ends With Shootout, Shoplifting Suspect KilledA shoplifting suspect was shot and killed Thursday after he nearly ran over a police officer during a traffic stop and then led cops on a vehicle chase that ended in a residential area with several shots being fired into his SUV and a police cruiser, authorities said. Katie Johnston reports.
NJ Teacher Nicole Dufault Pleads Guilty To Having Sex With Multiple Teenage StudentsA New Jersey high school teacher facing a jury trial has changed her plea to guilty over an indictment originally alleging that she had sex with six male students in 2014. Katie Johnston reports.
300-Year-Old Roslyn Grist Mill Saved In Long IslandThe Grist Mill, once a water-powered flour mill built in 1715, is being saved, restored, and soon turned into a museum on the Main Street of Roslyn, Long Island. CBSN New York's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Tip Of The Day: Navel OrangeTony Tantillo reports.
New York Weather: 1/23 Thursday Afternoon ForecastCBS2's Elise Finch reports. Some more clouds will spill in tonight and make for a partly to mostly cloudy night. And it will still be a little chilly, but we’ll only manage to dip into the mid 30s or so.
Thieves Vandalize Church Organ Amid New Jersey RobberyFor over 50 years, the organ inside First United Methodist Church has been the soundtrack to weddings, baptisms, and ceremonies in Freehold, N.J. CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
Bishop Nelson Perez Named Ne Archbishop Of PhiladelphiaThe Vatican announced that Nelson Perez, who has been serving as the bishop of Cleveland, will take over in Philadelphia as the new leader of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, replacing the retiring 58-year-old Charles Chaput. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
Two Boys Die Falling Through Thin Ice In Separate NJ IncidentsThe boys fell through ice in different Middlesex County ponds. Both 13-year-old Yousef Khela and 15-year-old David Tillberg were killed. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reports.