The Bronx District Attorney has dismissed 133 felony cases tied to a corrupt former NYPD detective.
Bronx DA Dismissed 133 Cases Tied To Corrupt Former CopThe Bronx District Attorney has dismissed 133 felony cases tied to a corrupt former NYPD detective.
Landlord Charged With Tenant's Murder In Norwalk, ConnecticutA dispute between a landlord and a tenant turned deadly in Connecticut on Thursday.
Armed Suspect Dies After Police-Involved Shooting, Chase In The BronxThere was gun violence in the Bronx for the third consecutive day Thursday. In the latest incident, a police-involved shooting and chase ended with an armed suspect dead; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
New York's Attorney General Releases New Video Evidence Of Chris Cuomo In Investigation Into Andrew CuomoAttorney General Letitia James released new evidence related to her investigation into former governor Andrew Cuomo. For the first time, we're seeing video testimony from his brother, Chris, who was ultimately fired from CNN for helping the disgraced governor.
Seward Park H.S. Cheerleaders Heading To National CompetitionThe Seward Park High School cheerleading squad on the Lower East Side is going to nationals.
Feasibility Study Completed For Interborough Express Connecting Queens, BrooklynA new transit plan to connect Queens and Brooklyn is one step closer to becoming a reality. The Interborough Express would cut the commute time for thousands of people; CBS2's Kevin Rincon reports.
New Poll Finds Most Long Island, NYC Residents Believe Government Is Failing At COVID TestingNew polling by a Long Island hospital found 80% of residents in our area say the government is failing when it comes to COVID-19 testing and more needs to be done. It also found the majority of people approve of mask mandates; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Dog Killed In Bear Attack In SpartaAnother dog has been killed in a bear attack in Sparta.
State Police Suspect Arson In Garden State Parkway FirePolice say a fire that shut down the Garden State Parkway for hours Wednesday night appears to have been intentionally set.
Working Mother Of 2 Says Family Is Sleeping In Car Because Bronx Building Has No HeatA working mom with two children says the city is literally leaving them out in the cold. She says her Bronx building hasn't had heat for more than a week, so they’re sleeping in their car; CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Gov. Kathy Hochul Vows To Use State Police To Stop Flow Of Guns Into NYCGov. Kathy Hochul is answering Mayor Eric Adams' call for help, vowing to use the state police to stop the flow of guns into New York City; CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer has the story.
Suspect Killed By Police After Shootout In The BronxPolice killed a burglary suspect in the Bronx on Thursday after he allegedly shot at officers; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Amy Schumer Opens Up About Getting Plastic SurgeryAmy Schumer is opening up about a health issue that led to her getting plastic surgery; Entertainment Tonight's Kevin Frazier reports.
Mayor Adams To Take 1st Paycheck In CryptocurrencyFriday is payday for New York City Mayor Eric Adams, and he's taking his first paycheck in cryptocurrency.
Some Families Frustrated While Trying To Request Free COVID Tests Through USPSPlans to send free COVID tests through the U.S. Postal Service have hit a snag, and it's creating plenty of frustration for some families waiting on the kits; CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
Ford Recalls 200,000 2014 & 2015 Fusion, Lincoln MKZ CarsFord is recalling 200,000 cars with brake lights that sometimes don't turn off.
Exclusive: Teens Who Climbed Down Pole To Escape Burning East Village Building Share StoryTwo teens who climbed down a pole to escape their burning building in the East Village are sharing the story of their daring escape; CBS2's Leah Mishkin reports.
ATF Joining Investigation Into Deadly High-Rise FireFederal authorities are now assisting in the investigation into the deadly high-rise fire in the Bronx that killed 17 people.
New Details Released About NYC Ties To Texas Synagogue Hostage SituationThere are new details about the New York City ties to the synagogue hostage situation that happened over the weekend in Texas. For the first time, the director of the FBI addressed the incident alongside the rabbi who escaped; CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Firefighters Rescue Children From Icy Pond In QueensThere was a rescue Thursday on an icy pond in Queens.
Police Searching For Suspect Afer Baby Girl Was Shot In Face In The BronxThe search is on for a gunman after a baby girl was shot in the face while sitting in a car in the Bronx; CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
Nassau County Executive Bruce Blakeman Says Bail Reform Is Leading To Uptick In Violent CrimeThe new Nassau County Executive is making it clear, he wants changes to the state's bail reform laws; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Federal Budget Allots Nearly $90 Million For Flood Mitigation Projects Desperately Needed In MamaroneckIt's the kind of flood the village of Mamaroneck has been hoping for -- a flood of money. Almost $90 million is finally in the federal budget to pay for flood mitigation projects; CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Community Rallies Against Chinatown Homeless ShelterSome in a Manhattan community say the rise in anti-Asian hate crimes has them living in fear and the city's plans to add more homeless services in the area will make matters worse.