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Topic - Cbs New York
A hunter shot and killed his friend after mistaking him for a deer while on a hunting trip in upstate New York, police said.
A series of unprovoked attacks on Jews in New York City could be part of a disturbing new game among inner-city youths called the "Knockout" game or "Get the Jew."
If at least one New York City lawmaker has her way, nobody in the city will be able to buy cigarettes without first proving they’re age 21.
Two 17-year-old girls were stopped for shoplifting at a Manhattan Victoria's Secret Thursday afternoon, but when the suspicious security guard checked their bags he found what appeared to be a human fetus inside.
A black man went on a rampage in New York City's Union Square on Wednesday, savagely attacking a 62-year-old white man and leaving him brain-dead, police said.
Fire teams throughout Rockland County, New York, are on the scene of a major gas explosion at Nyack College campus that occurred around noon today.
One of New York's most heavily traveled bridges is up and running again after a suspicious vehicle forced a holiday closing and snarled traffic for hours.
New York City Council Member Peter Vallone Jr. proposed a bill Tuesday that would either ban or tighten regulations on costumed characters in the city, CBS New York reports.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg will call for 20 percent more parking for electric cars and a ban on styrofoam in his State of the City address Thursday night.
A cancer-detecting bra is about to hit the market that could help save women's lives by detecting breast cancer in its early stages.