He gets no respect! The mayor may as well change his name to Rodney Dangerfield for all the regard, or lack-thereof, his presidential ambitions are getting from the candidates for public advocate. CBS2 Political Reporter Marcia Kramer reports.
11 Cases Of Pulmonary Disease In New York Related To VapingThe New York State Department of Health is investigating 11 cases of pulmonary disease related to vaping.
Reward Money Offered In Case Of Peacock Killed In NJA South Jersey community is trying to find the person who shot a neighborhood's beloved peacock to death.
National Grid Wants To Raise Rates AgainLong Islanders who use National Gird for gas could get higher bills; CBS2's Tara Jakeway reports.
Brown Water Worries In Another New Jersey TownUpper Saddle River residents say their brown water problems are getting worse and they're concerned about contamination and their health; CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Judge Rules Andre Wallace As Mount Vernon MayorA state Supreme Court judge has ruled that Andre Wallace will serve as Mount Vernon's mayor until the end of the year.
Funeral Held For FDNY FirefighterHundreds of firefighters lined the street outside a Monroe church Friday to stay goodbye to an FDNY firefighter killed in the line of duty; CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Police Identify Suspect With Rice Cookers In SubwayThe NYPD says they have identified the suspect seen with suspicious packages at subway stations on Friday.
MTA Threatens Cuts After Overtime Abuse ReportCBS2's Marcia Kramer has the latest on a fiery MTA board meeting that threatened service cuts right after a scathing report detailed widespread overtime abuse by MTA employees went ignored by officials.
4 Arrested For Williamsburg Robberies, Suspected Hate CrimesThe NYPD has arrested four suspects accused of multiple robberies and hate crimes against Jewish residents in Brooklyn.
Pharmacy To Farm Program Looks To Help Low-Income ResidentsCBS2's Ali Bauman has the latest on a new 'pharmacy to farm' program in New York, helping low-income residents get access to fruits and vegetables.
5 Arrested For Shopping Fraud SchemeFive people have been arrested for allegedly carrying out a fraud scheme at Westchester stores.
Ridge Road Bridge Project Moving AgainCBS2's Meg Baker has the latest on a New Jersey bridge project that is finally moving again after being stalled.
Gov. Cuomo Proposes Mass Shooting Terrorism LawGov. Cuomo proposes a law charging another who carries out a mass shooting as a terrorist.
De Blasio, Thrive NYC Under Fire For Backing Out Of Pro-Cop EventCBS2's Marcia Kramer has the latest on the controversy over first lady Chirlane McCray's Thrive NYC pulling out of a mental health event that was sponsored by a pro-police group.
Algae Bloom Advisory Lifted For 6 Lake Hopatcong BeachesThe New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection has lifted a harmful algae bloom advisory for six beaches in the Lake Hopatcong area.
Horses Helping Chronically Ill Children In New JerseyA one-week day camp is putting smiles on children's faces and providing much needed therapy in New Jersey; CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
Man Arrested For Stealing Women's Purses, Credit CardsA man was caught red-handed reaching into a woman's purse at a supermarket in Rockaway Beach.
CCRB Chair To Police Commissioner: Fire PantaleoThe chairman of the city's Civilian Complaint Review Board is calling on NYPD Commissioner James O'Neill to fire police officer Daniel Pantaleo in the Eric Garner chokehold case.
Former Olympian Held Without Bail In NJ Horse Farm ShootingA former U.S. Olympian charged with two counts of attempted murder was ordered held without bail Wednesday.
Thousands Of Newark Residents Waiting For Answers About Lead In WaterThe thousands of Newark residents who are being told to drink bottled water because of a water emergency are still waiting for answers; CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Crimes Allegedly Committed By Juveniles On The Rise In NewarkPolice in Newark say a stunning arrest is pointing to an alarming number of crimes, allegedly committed by juveniles.
Bill To Bring Monitoring To Hempstead School District Remains UnsignedA bill that could help transform one of the most troubled school districts in New York state is still waiting for Gov. Andrew Cuomo's signature; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Multiple Philadelphia Police Officers Wounded In ShootoutMultiple police officers were shot during a shootout in Philadelphia on Wednesday; CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
NYC Warning Residents About Aggressive SquirrelsCBS2's Christina Fan has the latest on the warning from New York City's park department about feeding squirrels.
Rockaway Beach Community Asks For Help To Stop DrowningsCBS2's Lisa Rozner has the latest on the rise in drownings at one Queens beach and the call for more safety initiatives there.
Police: Suspect Arrested For Attacking 87-Year-OldCBS2's Marc Liverman has the latest on the man seen attacking an 87-year-old in Brooklyn.
Metro North Workers Leave Trash Pile Near TracksCBS2's Tony Aiello has the latest on the growing trash pile dangerously close to Metro North tracks that employees have not addressed.
NJ Students Tour Waste Management FacilitySome New Jersey students spent their summer training to be environmentalists, and as their program comes to a close, they got an up close look at how garbage can be used for energy; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Newark Liberty Airport Sees Record Number Of PassengersThe TSA says this has been the busiest summer on record for Newark Liberty Airport.