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CBS2's Jennifer McLogan has the latest on the mystery surrounding sinking properties in Seaford, Long Island.

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City Hall Takes On Unnecessarily Tall BuildingsCBS2's Andrea Grymes has the latest on New York's City Council tackling builders constructing extra tall high-rises by exploiting a architecture loophole.
Living Large: The Gem Of Central Park SouthCBS2's Natalie Duddridge tours one of the best views available in New York City.
Citizen Complaints Aim To Get New Jersey Town On Top Of Fixing SidewalksElie Jones showed off what he says are tripping hazards all over the Town of Teaneck, New Jersey. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
New Yorkers Stand Against Community JailsTV 10/55's Dave Carlin has the latest on a Queens rally standing against a proposed prison to be built in their neighborhood.
NJ Resident Causing Home Repair Headaches For TeaneckCBS2's Lisa Rozner has the latest on a Teaneck community under siege from complaints saying homeowners must complete pricey repairs to their sidewalks.
Westchester County Real Estate ReportSpring is a busy time for the housing market, and a new market report shows the renters market is getting tighter and sales in Westchester County are looking up. So what's behind all the changes? Here to break down their latest report is President and CEO of Douglas Elliman, New York City, Steven James.
Apartment Complex Demanding Dogs' DNA To ID When Owners Don't Pick Up MessManagers at The Reserve at the Boulevard on Long Island sent a letter to tenants demanding they provide their pet dog's DNA profile so piles of waste not cleaned up can be tested, leading to owners getting fined. CBSN New York's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Community Fights To Keep Popular Deli OpenCBS2's Jennifer McLogan has the latest on the fight to keep Tulip Caterers open on Long Island as Nassau officials look to push out the shop to build a 7-Eleven.
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Neighbors Rally To Save Pond Named For Comedy Genius Lucille BallTwo communities are fighting to keep a 20,000-year-old pond and stop developers that could be destroying it to make way for new homes. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
New Jersey Beaches Make In Shape After Superstorm Sandy DamageMore than six years after Superstorm Sandy, the replenishment project on the Jersey Shore is almost complete. CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
Turning Rat Island Into 'Yoga Island'CBS2's Alice Gainer has the latest on a developer's plan to turn an island near the Bronx into a yoga retreat.
Manhattan Real Estate Market TrendsDouglas Elliman Real Estate president says both mortgage rates and increased inventory favor buyers this season.
Living Large: The Woolworth BuildingCBS2's Natalie Duddridge takes you inside the lavish apartment available inside the historic Woolworth Building.
Long Island To See Flood Insurance Rates Soar As Fed Changes ProgramFlood insurance reform will soon impact hundreds of thousands of folks who live in low-lying parts our area. The Federal Emergency Management Agency is revamping its rate structure for flood premiums, it says, to make it more equitable. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Flood Insurance Rates May Soar On Long IslandPotential reforms to a national flood insurance program could cause some pain in the wallets of Long Islanders. CBSN New York's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
LI Residents Told To Elevate Homes Years After SandyCBS2's Carolyn Gusoff has the latest on the shocking news Long Island residents have received saying they have to elevate their homes, almost 7 years after Superstorm Sandy.
Homeowners Discover Homes Must Be Elevated, But Aide No Longer AvailableIt's been nearly seven years since Superstorm Sandy, and thousands of Long Island homeowners are just finding out they may have to elevate their homes. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
New Rochelle Offers Free Rent To 'Artists'CBS2's Tony Aiello has the latest on a contest that would award "artists" with a free apartment in New Rochelle for a year.
Mystery Water Keeps Flowing Into NJ HomeCBS2's Meg Baker has the latest on a New Jersey couple under siege from a mystery water source flowing into their home.
Vessel Photo Policy Sparks OutrageCBS2's Alice Gainer has the latest on the controversial privacy and photo policy imposed by the owners of Vessel at Hudson Yards.
What's Next As Hudson Yards Opens?CBS2's Kristine Johnson asks the developers "what's next?" as Hudson Yards opens to the public.
Hudson Yards OpensCBS2's Alice Gainer reports from the opening of Hudson Yards on Manhattan's west side.
Vessel In Middle Of Hudson Yards Expected To Be Star AttractionCBSN New York's Alice Gainer shows off the multi-tier architectural "Vessel" in the center of the newly opened Hudson Yards development.
Hudson Yards Development Opens Its DoorsIt took 10 years, but the much anticipated Hudson Yards development is now open to the public following a grand opening party. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Hudson Yards' 'The Vessel' Set To Become NYC's Newest LandmarkDevelopers hope it'll be the "it" destination for New York and tourists alike. CBS2's Kristine Johnson reports.
'Shops At Hudson Yards' To Feature 100 RetailersThe best part? You won't have to live there to enjoy the million square feet worth of new stores and restaurants. CBS2's Kristine Johnson reports.
Understanding Hudson Yards' ImpactHudson Yards is the largest, most expensive private development in U.S. history. Dan Geiger, real estate reporter for Crain's New York Business, stopped by CBSN New York to help explain its impact.
A Look Inside Hudson YardsCBS2's Kristine Johnson takes you inside the Hudson Yards project as it sets to open on Friday.

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