Opioid overdoses kill more than 130 people every day in the U.S., and as health care providers and scientists search for solutions to save lives, a Boston tech company may have found one way; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Weinstein Jury To Begin DeliberationsDeliberations in the Harvey Weinstein sexual assault case are set to begin on Tuesday. CBSN New York's Alice Gainer reports
Licensed Massage Businesses In Long Island Town Miffed At Proposed Law Targeting Spas Connected To Sex TradeA Long Island town wants stricter regulations on massage establishments. But some say the attempt at closing down spas that promote sex work is penalizing and discriminating against lawful, licensed businesses, CBS2’s Jennifer McLogan reported Monday.
Suspect Arrested In Slashing Of French Tourist In HarlemThe NYPD has made an arrest in a random slashing in Harlem. Police say the victim, from France, was walking with his girlfriend when he was attacked.
Motorcycles On Subways And Another Major Graffiti Incident Have Riders Saying 'There Should Be More Cops'There has been a stunning and shocking wave of lawlessness on the subways. A double whammy: Mini-motorcycles being ridden onto trains, and graffiti artists striking again. So what's going on? CBS2's Marcia Kramer reports.
Exclusive: Man, 2 Sisters Walk Away From Spectacular SUV Crash: ‘I Think God Love Me’The driver in a terrifying crash said he traveling with his two sister visiting from Korea, when they were hit by another car. The SUV they were riding in landed on it’s roof, setting off a frantic rescue mission. CBS2's John Dias has the exclusive story.
‘Buy Nothing Project’ Aims To Reduce, Reuse And Recycle While Bringing Neighbors TogetherThere’s a social movement called the “Buy Nothing Project.” The goal is to bring communities together through giving and helping people nearby. CBS2's Cindy Hsu reports.
New York Weather: 2/17 CBS2 Evening Weather HeadlinesCBS2's Lonnie Quinn has a look at the forecast.
Oh My Goodness: Tai Abrams Creates 'AdmissionSquad' To Help Get More Minority Students Into Elite High SchoolsTai Abrams wants to multiply the number of middle school students in underserved communities being accepted into New York City's 40 selective high schools.
Cocoa May Be Good For Peripheral Artery DiseaseIt affects millions of people and it can be debilitating. The same disease process that narrows and blocks arteries in the heart also happens in the legs. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Police: 8-Year-Old Stabbed By His Mother At Their Home In PeekskillA mother is accused of stabbing her son inside their home in Peekskill.
FBI Reopening 30-Year-Old Cold Case Involving Murder Of Suffolk County DetectiveThere is a renewed search for justice for the family of Det. Dennis Wustenhoff. The FBI is taking a fresh look at the case. CBS2’s Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Police Say They've Thwarted Scheme To Kidnap BabyPolice in Washington state say they've unraveled a baby kidnapping scheme. The woman and her teenage daughter are suspected of posing as baby photographers, and drugging a new mother with cupcakes. Carter Evans reports.
Coronavirus Update: Upstate New York Couple Back In U.S. After Quarantine In JapanMore than 300 Americans taken off a cruise ship in Japan have arrived in the U.S. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Judge Rules UWS High-Rise Must Tear Down 20 Stories Off Top Of BuildingCommunity groups are claiming a victory in a building battle on the Upper West Side, after a judge ordered developers to take down several floors from a nearly completed high rise on Amsterdam Avenue. CBS2's Kevin Rincon reports.
Peekskill Officer Charged With Sexually Abusing Woman; DA Gets Audio Recording Of IncidentThere are shocking charges against a police officer in the northern Westchester County city of Peekskill. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
NYPD Searching For Suspects After Video Shows People Riding Motorized Bikes Onto F TrainPolice are looking for three people who rode their motorized bikes right into the subway and onto a train, all while others were trying to continue their daily commute. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
1st Ever Black History Month Film Festival Coming To QueensThe 1st Ever International Black History Month Film Festival will be bringing features, shorts, music videos and web episodes to the Jamaica Performing Arts Center, all kicking off on Saturday. Adrienne Whaley, executive director of the festival, joined CBSN New York's Valerie Castro about how the show
Judge Rules Manhattan High-Rise Must Tear Down 20 Stories Off Top Of BuildingA judge has ordered developers to take down several floors from a nearly-completed high rise on Amsterdam Avenue. CBSN New York's Kevin Rincon reports.
Shocking Sexual Abuse Charges Against Westchester County Police OfficerThe Westchester County District Attorney's office says Peekskill police officer Michael Agovino stalked and sexually abused a woman while on duty. CBSN New York's Tony Aiello reports.
New York Weather: 2/17 Presidents' Day Monday ForecastWe’ll see temperatures rise to above normal levels again with the upper 40s in reach. Clouds increase tonight, especially overnight. It will be another chilly one, too, with temperatures dipping into the mid-30s. CBS2's Elise Finch reports.
Developers May Have To Remove Several Floors Of UWS BuildingA judge has ordered developers to take down several floors from a nearly completed high rise on Amsterdam Avenue. Opponents of the project argue the developer used a zoning loophole, cobbling together rights from several lots to create an oversized tower.
Westchester Police Officer Accused Of Using Authority To Commit Sexual Abuse Against WomanInvestigators say 33-year-old Peekskill officer Michael Agovino is charged with repeatedly sexually abusing a woman with a learning disability while in uniform and threatening to arrest her. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports.
Slain Bodega Worker Memorialized As Hunt For Killers Goes OnFlowers and candles sit outside B&A Gourmet Deli on Brook Avenue in the Bronx. Yahya Almunster was shot multiple times by a gunman who remains at large. CBS2's Reena Roy reports.
More Than 300 Americans From Quarantined Cruise Ship In Japan Back On U.S. SoilJapanese officials now say more than 450 people on a quarantined cruise ship off Japan have tested positive for coronavirus. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.