Lawmakers on Long Island are introducing legislation that targets price gougers during the coronavirus outbreak. TV 10/55's Dave Carlin reports
Coronavirus Update: Lawmakers Going After Price GougersLawmakers on Long Island are introducing legislation that targets price gougers during the coronavirus outbreak. TV 10/55's Dave Carlin reports
Coronavirus Update: Death Toll In U.S. Grows To 21There have been two more deaths attributed to coronavirus, both in hard-hit Washington state. TV 10/55's Nancy Chen reports
Coronavirus Update: Scarsdale Closes All Schools Through March 18The Scarsdale School District announced on Sunday night it is closing all of its schools out of precaution and to allow for extensive cleaning in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak. TV 10/55's Hazel Sanchez reports
Mixed Reaction Greets First Day Of Plastic Bag BanNew York state's ban on plastic bags is now in effect. So how are shoppers and businesses handling the new law? TV 10/55's Nick Caloway went to find out
Protests Lodged Against NYC Carriage Horse IndustryA disturbing video shows a carriage horse collapse in Central Park. It was later euthanized. TV 10/55's Lisa Rozner reports
Radio Signals From Space Intrigue ScientistsScientists have a mystery on their hands. Signals from outer space are being detected. But what's causing the unusual sounds and where exactly are they coming from? TV 10/55's Vanessa Murdock has more.
Search On For Suspect In Death Of Bronx Deli WorkerPolice are looking for a man walking with a cane seen on newly released video in connection to the killing of a Bronx bodega worker on Friday. CBSN New York's Jessica Moore reports
Teen Swimmer Completes Journey Around ManhattanTV10/55's Christina Fan has the latest on a teen swimmer competing in a 28-mile marathon around Manhattan for charity.
Fiery Plane Crash In Dutchess County Kills OneA small plane has crashed into a home in Dutchess County, killing one person. Another man is still unaccounted for.
WLNY Sports Desk: John Campbell On The Hambletonian StakesJohn Campbell, Hall of Fame harness driver and president of the Hambletonian Society, joins CBS2's Scott Rapoport to talk about the 94th running of the Hambletonian at the Meadowlands.
Firefighters Injured In Bronx BlazeTV 10/55's Reena Roy has the latest on the auto body shop fire in the Bronx that injured three members of the FDNY.
NYPD: Serial Bank Robber Strikes AgainTV 10/55's Marc Liverman has the latest on the hunt for a man accused of at least seven Manhattan bank robberies.
Bear Spotted In Rockland County TownPolice have spotted a hungry bear prowling in West Nyack.
Long Island Landlord Allegedly Attacks TenantA landlord on Long Island is accused of wrapping a cord around a tenant's neck and assaulting her.
Prosecutors Target El Chapo's $12 Billion FortuneFederal prosecutors are looking to seize the $12 billion fortune of convicted drug kingpin Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman.
Woman Loses Engagement Ring In Central ParkTV 10/55's Christina Fan has the latest on a woman's search for her missing engagement ring, lost in Central Park.
Water Main Break In EdisonA water main break in New Jersey leaves many residents without water on Saturday.
Pellet Gun Attack On Lower East SidePolice are looking for a suspect accused of shooting 2 people with a pellet gun.
WLNY Sports Desk: Adam Zagoria Analysis On The NBA DraftThis week the best rookies in the NBA were at the Barclays Center for the NBA Draft. Joining Steve Overmyer to break it down is a basketball writer for Forbes, Adam Zagoria. You can get his thoughts on zagsblog.com.
Investigation Into Gas Main Break In BrooklynAn investigation is underway into a gas main break along Scott Avenue in the East Williamsburg section of Brooklyn. WLNY's Jessica Moore reports.
More Than 20 Teams Compete In Hudson River Park GamesThe Hudson River Park Games were celebrated at Pier 40 on Manhattan's West Side. Teams of all ages and skill levels squared off in dodge ball, flag football, and other games. WLNY's Jessica Moore reports.
ASPCA To Offer More Low-Cost Services In Tri-State AreaThree new low-cost community veterinary centers will be opening in the Bronx, Brooklyn, and Manhattan. Separately, a Hudson Valley Facility will help animal-cruelty victims. WLNY's Jessica Moore reports.
Thousands Attend 37th Annual Mermaid Parade At Coney IslandThe annual Mermaid Parade made its way along Surf Avenue and onto the Coney Island boardwalk today. WLNY's Jessica Moore reports.
70 People Arrested At Climate Change Protest In ManhattanPolice say 70 climate change protesters were arrested after they blocked traffic outside the New York Times building.