A Brooklyn community is mourning the death of a man killed in a hit-and-run. Neighbors say the street is known to be dangerous. CBS2's Reena Roy reports
NJ High School Students In Pumpkin Launch CompetitionMore than 100 students in northern New Jersey took part in the 4th Annual Pumpkin Launch Competition on Lake Picatinny.
Knitting Making A Comeback Among Young GenerationsKnitting is making a comeback and gaining popularity among younger generations.
New York State Officials: Price Of Electricity Expected To Be Below Average This WinterYou'll probably be paying less for your energy bill this winter.
New Jersey's Black Bear Hunt Wrapping UpNew Jersey's black bear hunt ends Saturday at sunset.
Police Seek Man Who Punched Stranger In Subway StationPolice are hunting for a man who punched a stranger in the subway, leaving his victim with a crack skull; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
1,645th Victim Of 9/11 Terrorist Attack IdentifiedAnother victim of the 9/11 terror attacks on the World Trade Center has been identified.
TransCore Picked To Operate Congestion Pricing Toll SystemThe MTA has named a company to design a new toll system for congestion pricing.
MTA Says Bus Service Improved, Ridership Increased After 14th Street Busway SwitchThe MTA says bus service has improved and ridership increased since the 14th Street Busway went into effect earlier this month and select bus service improvements was implemented in July.
De Blasio, Police Commissioner Disagree On Impact Of Smaller Jails In BoroughsPlans to close Rikers Island have Mayor Bill de Blasio and Police Commissioner James O'Neill on different sides. They disagree on how smaller jails in the boroughs will impact public safety; CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Car Crashes Into Home In Paterson, NJA car slammed into a home in Paterson, New Jersey, on Friday; CBS2's Dan Rice reports from Chopper 2.
Postal Service, Homeowner In Standoff Over Halloween DecorationsThe postal service and a Long Island homeowner are in a standoff over a Halloween decoration; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Firefighters Rescue Woman After She Fell Into Hole In MidtownThere was a dramatic rescue in Midtown on Friday afternoon after a woman fell into a hole on the sidewalk.
At Least 3 Dead In Apparent Murder-Suicide In HarlemThree people are dead after a murder-suicide and fire at an apartment building in Harlem; CBS2's Valerie Castro reports.
Volunteers Working Together To Spruce Up Bay Shore HomesVolunteers in Bay Shore, Long Island, are getting down and dirty to help beautify the area; CBS2's Cindy Hsu reports.
The Dig's Elle McLogan On Freeport's Backyard BarbequeThe Dig's Elle McLogan talks about her trip to Backyard Barbeque in Freeport, Long Island.
New York Weather: CBS2 10/18 Evening Forecast at 5PMCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for October 18 at 5 p.m.
College Fair Connects Thousands Of African-American Students With Potential UniversitiesResearch shows young men of color are underrepresented at colleges across the country, but a group is trying to change that; CBS2's Valerie Castro reports.
Police In New Jersey Find Man's Body In The RoadPolice are investigating a suspicious death in New Jersey.
Lawsuit Claims Lincoln Hospital Made Mistakes Leading To Mother's DeathA young mother went into Lincoln Hospital for a minor procedure and didn't come out alive; CBS2's Charlie Cooper reports.
3 Found Dead After Harlem Apartment FireThree people were found dead after a fire in a Harlem apartment building; CBS2's Valerie Castro reports.
Space Fans Witness Historic Moment At Garden City MuseumSpace fans of all ages watched in amazement as two female astronauts walked in space together for the first time ever; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Blood Donors Needed In New YorkThe New York Blood Center is issuing an urgent appeal for donors.
De Blasio Dismisses Police Commissioner's Concerns About Plans To Replace Rikers IslandMayor Bill de Blasio and Police Commissioner James O'Neill are in an unusual tug of war over plans to replace Rikers Island; CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer has the story.
Johnson & Johnson Recalling 33,000 Bottles Of Baby PowderJohnson & Johnson says 33,000 bottles of baby powder may contain asbestos.