Mina Malik is a 48-year-old former director of the New York City Civilian Complaint Review Board.
Officials Offer Details On Fatal Police-Involved Shooting In OceansideOfficials offer information on a fatal police-involved shooting in Oceanside.
Suspect Caught On Camera Burning American Flag Outside Greenwich Village BusinessPolice are trying to identify someone accused of setting an American flag on fire outside a Manhattan business. (Credit: NYPD Crime Stoppers)
Family Of Det. Luis Alvarez Awarded Key To The CityThe family of NYPD Det. Luis Alvarez was awarded the Key to the City in a ceremony at City Hall.
Come Join CBS2 For COFFEE WITH VETSWe want to invite America's veterans to come out and have coffee with us with Chris Wragge and Alex Denis! Join them Friday, Sept. 27, from 9:30 a.m. to noon, at BREW at Hudson Market, 601 West 57th St., New York. We want to hear your stories and say thank you!
City Council Speaker Calls For 'Streets Master Plan' Bill To Be PassedCity Council Speaker Corey Johnson was joined by advocates to call for passage of the "Streets Master Plan" bill, mandating the creation of 50 miles of protected bike lanes per year, 30 years of bus lanes and more.
Man Arrested In Connection To Uber Driver's Stabbing DeathA man has been arrested for allegedly stabbing an Uber driver to death earlier this year. (Credit: NYPD Crime Stoppers)
Gov. Andrew Cuomo Calls For Ban Of Flavored E-Cigarettes In Vaping CrackdownGov. Andrew Cuomo announced an emergency executive action to ban the sale of flavored e-cigarettes in New York State on Sunday.
Long Island Principal Shows Off Epic Dance MovesFranciscan friar, Brother David Migliorino, thrilled a Long Island football crowd with some fun dance moves during St. Anthony's game on Friday.
Gov. Cuomo Announces Oyster Restoration PlanGov. Andrew Cuomo made an announcement at Hudson River Park on Saturday.
Man Dragged While Trying To Stop Vehicle Theft In ManhattanPolice say a man was dragged and injured while trying to stop a vehicle theft in Manhattan on Sept. 2, 2019. (Credit: NYPD Crime Stoppers)
Police Seek 3 Suspects Accused Of Robbing Teenager In QueensPolice are trying to identify three individuals accused of robbing a teenager in Queens on Sept. 9, 2019. (Credit: NYPD Crime Stoppers)
New Jersey Announces Vaping Health Task ForceGov. Phil Murphy and other New Jersey officials announced a new task force that will look at the health risks associated with vaping.
NYPD Unveils New Crime Stoppers AppNYPD Chief of Detectives Dermont Shea unveils the department's new Crime Stoppers app.
MTA's Andy Byford Presents Latest Performance DataTransit Authority President Andy Byford presents the latest subway performance data, showing improvements in rider experience.
Gov. Murphy At Hackensack Medical Center GroundbreakingNew Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy speaks at the groundbreaking for Hackensack Medical Center's Second Street pavilion.
Lawmakers, Advocates Call For Triborough Bridge ImprovementsLawmakers and transportation advocates call on the MTA to improve pedestrian and cyclist safety on the Triborough Bridge.
Long Island Teenager Sings National Anthem In 9/11 Remembrance CeremonyKassidy Rieder turned 17 last week, and while she was born the year after the 9/11 attacks, her mother nancy collins was a New York City police officer. She helped search for bodies from September to January.
N.Y. Gov. Cuomo Signs Pension And Health Benefits To 9/11 First Responders, Volunteers, WorkersNew York Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed six bills at the annual 9/11 Motorcycle Ride in New York City, 18 years after the terror attacks on the World Trade Center.
'Bob ❤️s Abishola' Stars Talk About The New ComedyA new comedy is coming to CBS: "Bob ❤️s Abishola." Stars Billy Gardell and Folake Olowoyeku chatted with CBSN New York's Alex Denis about the show.
HEARTWARMING: Little Best Friends Greet Each Other On The StreetThis is how 2-year-old best friends Maxwell and Finnegan reacted after spotting each other on the street in Washington Heights. More: https://cbsloc.al/2UKHSvS
Paramus School Bus Safety TestingThe New Jersey Department of Transportation inspects school buses in Paramus, a year after the deadly crashed that killed a teacher and student.
Van Bramer Leads Rally To Make Thomson Ave SaferNew York City Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer and other advocates rally in front of LaGuardia Community College to call for safety improvements along Thomson Avenue.
Police: Man Steals Mother's NecklacePolice are searching for a man accused of robbing a woman and her 7-year-old daughter last week in the Bronx. (Credit: NYPD)
Gov. Cuomo Speaks At Labor Day ParadeNew York Gov. Andrew Cuomo speaks at the New York City Labor Day Parade for workers in Manhattan.
Web Extra: DCWP Announces Lawsuit Against T-MobileThe New York City Department of Consumer and Worker Protection announces a lawsuit against T-Mobile for allegedly violating the New York City consumer protection law.
Monthly Crime Statistics BriefingMayor Bill de Blasio and NYPD officials held their monthly crime statistics briefing.
Newark's Catholic Leaders Rally Against ICE Child DetentionNewark's Catholic leaders rally at St. Mary's Church to call on President Trump and Congress to "stop the inhumanity" of child and family detentions along the southern border.
Web Extra: Schumer, Long Island Lawmakers Talk Hurricane PreparednessSen. Chuck Schumer and Long Island lawmakers urge the U.S. Army Corps to complete its project to protect Nassau County's Back Bays from storm surges and flooding.
Sen. Bob Menendez Pushes Legislation Limiting Magazine SizeResponding to the recent wave of mass shootings, political leaders and gun safety advocates got together to call for Congress to act.