TV10/55's Christina Fan has the latest on a teen swimmer competing in a 28-mile marathon around Manhattan for charity.
Teen Swimmer Completes Journey Around ManhattanTV10/55's Christina Fan has the latest on a teen swimmer competing in a 28-mile marathon around Manhattan for charity.
Fiery Plane Crash In Dutchess County Kills OneA small plane has crashed into a home in Dutchess County, killing one person. Another man is still unaccounted for.
Police Seek Suspect Accused Of Stealing Phone, Threatening Employee With ScissorsPolice are trying to find a female suspect accused of stealing a cell phone from a Sprint store in the Bronx and threatening a store employee with scissors. (Credit: NYPD Crime Stoppers)
Teens Allegedly Threatened 72-Year-Old With Golf Club In Attempted RobberyPolice are investigating an attempted robbery that happened in Central Park late Wednesday night. (Credit: NYPD Crime Stoppers)
Yankees To Honor Newly Inducted Hall Of Famer Mariano RiveraThe Yankees will honor their newest Hall of Famer, Mariano Rivera, on Saturday.
Tree Falls Over Onto Two Parked Cars In The BronxA Parks Department crew will be on hand in the Bronx on Saturday to inspect a site where a massive tree came down on two parked cars.
Better Business Bureau Issues Smart Home Device Scam AlertThe Better Business Bureau wants smart home device users to be careful when looking up phone numbers.
Person Of Interest In Subway Rice Cooker Scare In CustodyA person of interest is now in police custody in connection to Friday's subway scare in lower Manhattan.
Police Investigate 6-Month-Old Baby Found Dead In The BronxPolice are investigating the death of an infant in the Bronx.
Three Men Wanted For Two Crimes Within An Hour In QueensPolice are searching for a trio of burglary suspects in Queens; CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
11 Cases Of Pulmonary Disease In New York Related To VapingThe New York State Department of Health is investigating 11 cases of pulmonary disease related to vaping.
Reward Money Offered In Case Of Peacock Killed In NJA South Jersey community is trying to find the person who shot a neighborhood's beloved peacock to death.
National Grid Wants To Raise Rates AgainLong Islanders who use National Gird for gas could get higher bills; CBS2's Tara Jakeway reports.
Brown Water Worries In Another New Jersey TownUpper Saddle River residents say their brown water problems are getting worse and they're concerned about contamination and their health; CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Judge Rules Andre Wallace As Mount Vernon MayorA state Supreme Court judge has ruled that Andre Wallace will serve as Mount Vernon's mayor until the end of the year.
Funeral Held For FDNY FirefighterHundreds of firefighters lined the street outside a Monroe church Friday to stay goodbye to an FDNY firefighter killed in the line of duty; CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Man Takes 89-Year-Old Grandma On Journey To See Every US National ParkA 89-year-old grandma is on an epic joy ride; Chip Reid reports for CBS2.
Vultures Invade Florida PoolsA Florida man's backyard pool is being overrun by some uninvited guests -- vultures; CBS2's Tara Jakeway reports.
Tyson Recalls 39,000 Pounds Of Weaver ChickenMore than 39,000 pounds of Weaver brand frozen chicken patties are being recalled.
Passengers Stuck On Plane At JFK For 8 HoursFrustrated passengers headed to Miami say they were stuck on the tarmac at JFK for eight hours; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Rep. Tlaib Declines Israel Visit, Citing ‘Oppressive Conditions’A Muslim congresswoman from Michigan says she won't visit Israel, even though Prime Minister Netanyahu reversed course and will allow her to enter to visit her grandmother; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
House Committee To End Recess Early To Work On Gun BillsThe Democratic-led House Judiciary Committee is cutting its summer recess short to consider legislation to combat gun violence.
Queens Woman Faces Charges After Deadly Silicone InjectionA Queens woman involved in a botched butt injection four years ago has just been arraigned in a Queens court.
NYPD Searching For 2 Robbery Suspects Posing As OfficersThe NYPD says two men have been impersonating officers in Hamilton Heights and breaking into apartments.
Sister Of NYPD Officer Who Died By Suicide: 'They're Responsible'The sister of an NYPD officer who took his own life says her brother never got the help he needed; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Hundreds Travel To PA To Cheer On NJ Little League World SeriesA Little League team from Elizabeth, New Jersey, has made it all the way to the Little League World Series, and they may have the largest cheer squad at the tournament; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
Work Begins To Transform 42nd Street Crosstown ShuttleConstruction work began Friday to transform the 42nd Street crosstown subway shuttle.
Study: Hoboken Waterfront Site Best For Ferry Refueling DepotAn NJ TRANSIT study says a spot on the Hudson River waterfront is the best for the refueling station.
Newark Residents Demand Bottled Water For All City ResidentsNewark residents and advocates are demanding city officials provide everyone with safe drinking water, not just some neighborhoods, after lead concerns prompted a water emergency; CBS2's Meg Baker reports.