Two Nassau County Police offiers who saved the life of a 15-year-old were honored by the Nassau County legislature.
11th Avenue Construction Begins In Midtown ManhattanConstruction resumes on 11th Avenue to change the traffic flow, but it could mean more gridlock. Crews are working to make the avenue one-way southbound between 57th and 52nd streets.
CBS News Special Report: Trump Announces Iran SanctionsPresident Trump has signed off on an order leveling new sanctions against Iran. Mr. Trump, calling reporters into the Oval Office Monday morning, described the sanctions order as "hard hitting" and said they will deny Iran's supreme leader and others access to financial instruments. CBS News' Maurice DuBois reports.
NYPD: 2 Shot By Suspect On CitiBike In BrooklynPolice say two people were shot by an individual riding a CitiBike in Brooklyn earlier this month. (Credit: NYPD Crime Stoppers)
Woman, 2 Young Children Found Dead At Staten Island HomeA woman and two children were found dead at a Staten Island home Saturday.
Special Graduation Ceremony Held For Student Joining US MarinesA student in Hackensack was supposed to miss his graduation day until school staff intervened; CBS2’s Nina Kapur reports.
Long Beach Officials Update On E. Coli Warning, Boil OrderOfficials in Long Beach, N.Y., give an update on strains of E. coli bacteria found in a distribution sample collected from the Long Beach water system, and the public health safety warnings which followed.
Sen. Chuck Schumer Talks About Efforts To Curb RobocallsSen. Chuck Schumer talks on legislative efforts to reduce and stop robocalls during a news conference at Hugh A. Doyle Sr Citizens Center in New Rochelle, N.Y.
Update On Stray Bullets That Hit 2 Bystanders In BrooklynOfficials give an update after a shooting left a man and an 11-year-old boy wounded in Brooklyn on Thursday night.
CBS2 Thanked For '37%' DocumentaryHon. Taylor Raynor of the N.Y. State Assembly thanked CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff and CBS2 for Gusoff's documentary "37%," which investigated the Hempstead school district.
Web Extra: News Conference On NY Climate BillNew York State lawmakers are poised to pass the nation's most aggressive and ambitious target for reducing carbon emissions.
Democratic Primary For Queens DA: Rory LancmanRory Lancman is 50 years old and is a councilman from Queens. He chairs the committee on the justice system. Lancman also served three terms in the New York State Assembly.
Democratic Primary For Queens DA: Tiffany CabanTiffany Caban is a 31-year-old career public defender who says she has represented over 1,000 clients in cases ranging from turnstile jumping to homicide. She is a self described “queer Latina” who lives in Astoria.
Democratic Primary For Queens DA: Greg LasakGreg Lasak is a 66-year-old former New York State Supreme Court justice. He was also a longtime assistant Queens district attorney holding a number of positions, including chief of the Homicide Bureau.
Democratic Primary For Queens DA: Melinda KatzMelinda Katz is the 53-year-old Queens borough president. She has also served as a New York City councilwoman and is a former member of the New York State assembly.
Democratic Primary For Queens DA: Jose NievesJose Nieves is 44 years old. He worked as a deputy chief in the special investigations and prosecutions unit for the New York State attorney general.
Democratic Primary For Queens DA: Mina MalikMina Malik is a 48-year-old former director of the New York City Civilian Complaint Review Board.
Democratic Primary For Queens DA: Betty LugoBetty Lugo is 60 years old. She's an attorney and says she is a founding member of the first Hispanic women-owned law firm in New York.
Web Extra: Clarkstown Street Renamed For U.S. Army Medic Killed In VietnamThe intersection of Badger Street and Colonial Drive in New York, New York was renamed Wednesday in memory of U.S. Army Medic James Anthony Margro, who was killed in action 50 years ago in Vietnam.
Hempstead School Officials Respond To Proposal For State-Appointed Monitoring BoardHempstead school officials held a press conference on June 18, 2019, responding to proposed New York state legislation that would create a monitoring board over the district's financial affairs.
Web Extra: Long Island Lawmakers Discuss Water ContaminationLong Island lawmakers share an update on water contamination and their calls for help from the EPA.
Police: Video Shows Peeping Tom Suspect Recording Through Bathroom WindowPolice are seeking a man caught on surveillance video apparently reaching up with a cell phone from a porch to record a woman through her bathroom window in Elmont, Long Island.
New Film About Baseball Player-Turned-Spy In WWIICBS2's Steve Overmyer sits down with director Aviva Kempner to talk about a new documentary on Moe Berg - a World War II spy who was also a Major League Baseball player.
Caught On Camera: MTA Worker Assaulted In SubwayPolice have released video on a suspect seen punching an MTA worker inside a Manhattan subway station.
Schumer Calls For Black Boxes In HelicoptersSen. Charles Schumer is calling on the FAA to require all helicopters to carry a black box after a deadly chopper crash in Midtown.
Police Seek Identity Of Accused Sexual AbuserPolice are trying to identify a man accused of sexually abusing a woman who fell asleep on the subway. (Credit: NYPD Crime Stoppers)
Web Extra: New Details On Long Island Fatal Stabbing ArrestPolice have made an arrest in the stabbing death of a man in Nassau County earlier this month. Det. Lt. Stephen Fitzpatrick, commanding officer of the Nassau County Homicide Squad, announces new details in the investigation.
CBSN New York Midtown Helicopter Crash CoverageHere's CBSN New York's coverage of a helicopter crash in Midtown on June 10, 2019.
Cuba Gooding, Jr.'s Attorney Mark Heller Speaks OutCuba Gooding, Jr.'s attorney Mark Heller held a news conference after the actor surrendered to the NYPD to face a forcible touching charge.
Web Extra: Cuba Gooding, Jr. Surrenders On Groping AllegationActor Cuba Gooding, Jr. surrendered to police to face a groping allegation.