A woman and two children were found dead at a Staten Island home Saturday.
Family Announce Lawsuit Over Death Of Westfield High School Principal Derrick NelsonAn attorney speaking for the family of Westfield High School Principal Derrick Nelson announced Monday a lawsuit against Hackensack University Medical Center regarding his death while attempting to donate bone marrow on April 7, 2019.
Web Extra: Fire Officials Offer Update On Fatal Queens FireFire officials discuss a Queens fire that left at least one adult and one juvenile dead Sunday.
Hempstead, Bunkers In Baghdad To Donate Golf EquipmentSoldiers stationed overseas have been using golf as a way to deal with stresses of war. The Township of Hempstead is donating gear to Bunkers In Baghdad. CBS2's Maurice DuBois reports.
Court Appearance In Brooklyn For Accused TerroristProsecutors charged 42-year-old Ruslan Maratovich Asainov, a U.S. citizen who had a residence in Bay Ridge, after he was captured by Syrian authorities CBS2's Maurice DuBois reports.
Web Extra: Mayor Bill De Blasio, NY Officials Discuss Latest Updates On Heat EmergencyMayor Bill de Blasio and other New York City officials discuss the latest updates on the heat emergency.
Dangerous Heat Shuts Down NYC TriathlonOfficials held a news conference Friday to answer questions about their decision to cancel the 2019 Verizon New York City Triathlon due to the forecast heat wave affecting the Tri-State Area this weekend.
Things To Do: Neon Art Classes At Brooklyn GlassBrooklyn Glass co-founder David Ablon leads several eager students who have signed up to learn how to work with neon. CBS New York's Kim Bainbridge reports.
Mayor De Blasio News Conference On Hot WeatherMayor Bill de Blasio held a news conference about coping with the expected high temperatures set to settle in across our area.
Whale Surprises 14-Year-Old On Fishing TripJohn Scotto, 14, was fishing with his father and his dad's friend off Asbury Park when they got a surprise visit from a whale.
Web Extra: NYC DOT Announces 3rd Phase Of Citi Bike ExpansionDepartment of Transportation Commissioner Polly Trottenberg and transit advocates talk about the latest phase of Citi Bike expansion into the Bronx.
CBS News Special Reports: Apollo 11 Celebrating 50 YearsAmericans celebrated the 50th anniversary of the first manned trip to the moon, launched July 16, 1969, at 9:32 a.m.
Verdict Expected In Bronx High School Deadly Stabbing TrialA judge is expected to announce his verdict in the trial of a Bronx teenager accused of killing a classmate. Abel Cedeno is charged with first-degree manslaughter. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports.
Surveillance Video Show Bronx Shooting SuspectsThe NYPD has released startling surveillance video that shows two men enter a building on Grand Concourse in Fordham Heights.
Web Extra: Nassau County Announces 'Food Allergy Restaurant Safety Law'Nassau County lawmakers call for restaurants to improve food allergy safety by training employees and installing signage.
Web Extra: Advocates Call On Senate To Approve 9/11 Victim Compensation ActLawmakers and first responders call on the Senate to approve the 9/11 Victim Compensation Act following last week's House vote.
Web Extra: Mayor Bill de Blasio, Officials Addresses ICE RaidsAt a press conference Sunday, Mayor Bill de Blasio discussed the ICE raids.
Web Extra: Mayor Bill De Blasio, Officials Discuss NYC BlackoutMayor Bill de Blasio and other officials discussed Saturday night's massive blackout in New York at a press conference Sunday.
Web Extra: Sen. Chuck Schumer, Others Discuss GrubhubSen. Chuck Schumer and others spoke Sunday about local restaurant's problems with the online food delivery service Grubhub.
Police: Employees At 2 Queens Businesses Attacked By RobberA man allegedly attacked employees at two Queens businesses before robbing them Saturday. (Video Credit: NYPD Crime Stoppers)
Web Extra: Sen. Chuck Schumer Addresses ICE RaidsAt a press conference Sunday, Sen. Chuck Schumer spoke out against the ICE raids.
Web Extra: Sen. Chuck Schumer Addresses Massive Manhattan BlackoutAt a press conference Sunday, Sen. Chuck Schumer called on the federal Department of Energy's office of electricity to investigate Saturday's blackout.
Fanalysis: Fantasy Baseball TipsCBSN New York's Steve Overmyer presents Fanalysis, a look at the week's best fantasy baseball tips.
Web Extra: Cardinal Timothy Dolan Celebrates Mass At Washington Heights ChurchCardinal Timothy Dolan, Archbishop of New York, celebrated the noon mass on July 13, 2019 at the Saint Frances Cabrini Shrine in honor of her 169th birthday.
Police Seek Identity Of Alleged ShoplifterPolice are trying to find an accused shoplifter who allegedly assaulted a store employee on July 1, 2019. (Credit: NYPD Crime Stoppers)
Web Extra: Police Release Video Of Suspect In Shooting That Injured 76-Year-Old WomanA 76-year-old woman is recovering in the hospital Saturday morning after a shooting in Queens. (Video Credit: NYPD Crime Stoppers)
Web Extra: Advocates Seek Wellness Training For NYPD OfficersBrooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association and advocates seek meditation and mindfulness training for law enforcement officers in wake of recent NYPD suicides.
Web Extra: FDNY Update On Bronx Apartment BlazeFirefighters are battling a four-alarm blaze at an apartment building in the Soundview section of the Bronx.
Web Extra: Mother Who Lost Son Touts Speed CamerasNew York City officials are joined by Evelyn Cancel, who lost her son to a speeding driver, to announce the city's expansion of its speed camera program.
Jill Hennessy On 'City On A Hill'"City On A Hill" is a new, 10-episode crime drama series on Showtime. Jill Hennessy plays Jenny Rohr, the wife of a corrupt FBI veteran played by Kevin Bacon. She stopped by discuss the show with Chris Wragge.