Congressman Peter King and Islip officials were in Ronkonkoma on Wednesday to discuss plans at both local and federal levels to end teen vaping.
Metropolitan Correctional Center On Modified OperationsThe federal jail in lower Manhattan where Jeffrey Epstein took his life is on lockdown while authorities determine if a gun was smuggled inside.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo Says Federal Government Is Not Funding New Hudson River TunnelsCommuters are fed up with train delays and want a fix, but New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says the federal government is giving no financial support to build new Hudson River Tunnels; CBSN New York's Meg Baker reports.
Renewed Push For Safer Streets From New York State Senate After Deadly AccidentsThere's a renewed statewide push for safer streets following a series of deadly accidents in New York City.
Charity Team? NY Mets Fans Using Venmo To Donate For Improved RosterSome New York Mets fans are using a new strategy to try to get General Manager Brodie Van Wagenen to spend some cash on new players. CBSN New York's Dana Tyler reports.
'Oscars' Of Beauty Wellness Expo Returns To New York CityCompanies and innovators are competing for the Cosmetic Executive Women awards in New York. CBSN New York's Nina Kapur reports.
Black History Month: Harlem's Schomberg Center Brings Cultural Research Into FocusThere's a place in Harlem that's like no other to study black history - and it was actually founded by a man from Puerto Rico. The Schomburg Center holds the largest black history archive anywhere in the world. CBSN New Yorks' Elise Finch reports.
Black History Month: Anthony McGill, First African-American Principal Clarinet At New York PhilharmonicTo listen to the New York Philharmonic is to experience the pinnacle of the art form. Playing in the middle of it all is 40-year-old Anthony McGill.
Wild Turtles Clinging To LifeScientists at Turtle Back Zoo are treating 12 turtles found near New Jersey coast. CBS2's Dana Tyler reports.
WHO 'Reality Check' Says Coronavirus Global Risk Is Very HighThe World Health Organization says the coronovirus is bound to come to the United States, and officials and parents need to prepare. CBSN New York's Reena Roy reports.
Stockpiling Supplies Due To Coronavirus FearAs the coronavirus keeps spreading, some people worry that basic goods will be hard to find, so they're stockpiling foods and other supplies.
Safety Demands After Pedestrian DeathsThere’s a renewed push for safety legislation in New York City, following a string of pedestrian deaths this week, including two children. CBSN New York's Jenna DeAngelis has the details.
NYC Testing Possible Coronavirus PatientA New York City resident is being tested for the coronavirus after returning from a trip to Italy. CBSN New York's Reena Roy has the latest on the outbreak.
Bridgeport Police Officers Rescue Driver From Burning CarDramatic video shows police officers in Connecticut rescuing a driver trapped in a burning car.
Black History Month: Apollo Theater Marks 86th Year Of Amateur NightThe longest-running talent show in America has a long-standing tradition since 1934 to have every performer rub a cherished treasure for good luck. CBSN New York's Steve Overmyer reports.
Time Out New York Weekend: The Wild Film Festival, Sun Ra Concert, Pazole FestivalTime Out New York's Will Gleason joined CBSN New York's Hazel Sanchez to review what events are happening in NYC this weekend including the Wild Film Festival, a Sun Ra memorial show and a celebration of a beloved Mexican dish.
Brooklyn Catholic School Fighting Epidemic Of Teens' Toxic Use Of E-CigarettesStudents at Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School in Clinton Hill are applying science to real world scenarios including an experiment to help educate them to see the real dangers of vaping. CBSN New York's John Dias reports.
Family Of Slain Library Guard Come Face-To-Face With Man Accused Of Killing HerThursday morning for the first time the family of the Rockland County Library security guard stabbed to death on Feb. 18 confronted the homeless man charged with murder. CBSN New York's Tony Aiello reports.
New Plan To Halt Subway GraffitiThe MTA and NYPD are expected to announce details of a new plan to combat subway graffiti, which has become a growing problem in recent months. CBSN New York's Jenna DeAngelis has the details.
Coronavirus Has City, Country On EdgeOfficials around the Tri-State Area are beefing up their response to the coronavirus after the CDC sent out a national warning telling municipalities to be prepared. CBSN New York's Reena Roy has the latest.
Officers Caught On Camera Grabbing Man At Edge Of WindowIn a life-and-death situation, New York City cops were there just in time to prevent a tragedy, and it was all captured on the officer's body camera; CBSN New York's Valerie Castro reports.
Coronavirus Preparations: Local Health Departments Work Overtime To Plan For Potential CasesIn communities around the tri-state area, local health departments say they are working overtime to plan for the possibility of an outbreak; CBSN New York's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Court Says Trump Administration Can Withhold Law Enforcement Grants From Sanctuary States, CitiesA federal appeals court says the Trump administration can withhold law enforcement grants from so-called sanctuary states and cities.
Police Searching For Man Accused Of Pushing 64-Year-Old Onto Subway TracksPolice say a man is recovering after he was pushing onto the tracks at the Union Square station; CBSN New York's John Dias reports.
Mayor Bill de Blasio On NYC Coronavirus PreparationsMayor Bill de Blasio was joined by city health officials for a briefing about coronavirus preparations.