The new maps were approved late Friday.
Police say an individual lit a book and a piece of cloth on fire, then threw it onto the grounds of a synagogue.
Police say an argument between the two men escalated, and the suspect kicked and punched the victim.
The CDC says 14 people in 12 states, including New York, have reported illnesses connected to the outbreak.
Police continue to look for 18-year-old Omar Bojang.
The maximum rebate is $250 for up to three children.
Company Mars Wrigley says there's a chance some of those items may have been contaminated with thin metal strands.
The pandemic relief fund passed by Democrats provides $350 billion directly to cities, counties and states.
Formula is more than 40 percent out of stock in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and 27 other states.
A typical year generates about 14 named storms. Experts are forecasting anywhere from 17-19 named storms this year.
Witnesses told CBS2 they saw people running and assumed it could be something much worse.
Authorities remind homeowners that bears are attracted by the smell of food.
Generations of students have heard Daniel Gill's story.
Toll evaders cost the agencies millions of dollars and officials are determined to go after drivers who break the law to avoid paying them.
Consumer advocates say millions of New York drivers pay more for auto insurance because of less-than-excellent credit.
Saturday could be downright dangerous with a combination of hot temperatures, ocean riptides and no lifeguards.
Lazar died two days after his 10th birthday, suffering an epileptic seizure during a Little League game.
It was an operation that closed 200 cases and executed 116 arrests, of which 69 involved gang members.
Another place in Deer Park was also raided. The investigation started after complaints over multiple code violations.
For 25 years, the nonprofit has splashed walls of burn units, treatment centers and special needs camps.
The new maps were approved late Friday.
The new map still leaves in place the new 12th District in Manhattan, which will result in longtime Reps. Jerry Nadler and Carolyn Maloney running against each other.
He said Friday he plans to run for Congress in the redrawn 10th District that includes his address in western Brooklyn and part of Manhattan.
CBS2's Marcia Kramer experienced firsthand Thursday how effective the scanning system can be.
"I am proud to assure them that they have the full, total, complete backing of the United States of America," the president said.
The New York City health department sent out an alert to all medical providers about monkeypox Friday after confirming one person tested positive for Orthopoxvirus, which is the family of viruses monkeypox belongs to.
New York City's health department says a patient is being treated for a presumptive positive case of monkeypox. The CDC still has to confirm the case with its own testing.
The World Health Organization says monkeypox has been reported in 11 countries that don't normally have the disease, including the United States. There are about 80 confirmed cases, and there's a possible case in New York City. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis has what you need to know.
According to health experts, it's not a goal most women are able to achieve.
The Support and Connection Center, the only mental health care center of its kind in the city, opened in East Harlem back in 2020 to address substance abuse and mental illness. CBS2's Jessi Mitchell shows us how the center is changing lives.
Dozens of music industry heavy hitters stepped out for Biggie Smalls.
When CBS2's Maurice DuBois got a call from comedy show "Desus & Mero" on Showtime to a guest on their show, he had no idea what he'd be walking into.
The cast of "MJ the Musical" paid tribute to another music legend in the audience Thursday night.
Brooklyn-born rapper Christopher Wallace was murdered at age 24. The case remains unsolved.
CBS2's Dana Tyler led the conversation with Daniel Craig and Tony nominee Ruth Negga at the Longacre Theatre.
The Rangers have managed one goal in the first two games.
The rainout buys the Yankees an extra day to sort out their banged-up bullpen.
The forecast calls for 3 to 5 inches of snow at Coors Field.
New York lost for just the second time in 11 games and is still a major-league best 28-10.
The slugger's two-run shot off Giovanny Gallagos gave the Amazins' a 7-6 victory on Thursday.
For hard-to-find flavors from faraway continents, professional chefs and home cooks flock to a specialty food store founded in 1944.
Multiple generations are working side-by-side to pursue a dream they didn't know they had.
"When you can say you've kept a customer, a loyal customer, for 60, 70, 80 years, through the generations, then you know that you've had a successful business," co-owner Lou Di Palo told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
"I walk in here every day, and I feel the legacy of my family," fourth-generation owner Alice Goldberg told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
"It doesn't really matter who you are. You're welcome here," co-owner Victorious De Costa told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
Ten people were killed and three were injured in a mass shooting at a Buffalo supermarket on May 14, 2022.
This year's theme is Gilded Glamour, and the stars are dripping in opulence.
The Mets unveiled the long-awaited Tom Seaver statue before their sold-out home opener at Citi Field on April 15, 2022.
Nearly two dozen people were injured in a shooting and smoke bomb attack aboard a Brooklyn subway Tuesday.
The Yankees opened the 2022 season with a walk-off win in extra innings against the Boston Red Sox.
CBS2's Vanessa Murdock has your First Alert Forecast for May 21 at 7 p.m.
Hundreds turned up Saturday for the Turkish-American Day Parade in Manhattan.
Some Jif peanut butter products are being recalled due to possible salmonella contamination.
Tens of thousands of pounds of baby formula have now been loaded onto an American military aircraft in Germany. It's part of an operation aimed at addressing the shortage in our country. Michael George reports for CBS2.
New York's new redistricting maps have been approved, and it's already triggering some changes.