Tsunami advisory issued for parts of CaliforniaAn undersea volcano off Tonga has triggered tsunami warnings as far east as California.
Saturday marks 13 years since ‘Miracle On The Hudson’ landedSaturday marks 13 years since the Miracle on the Hudson.
Hostage taking at the Texas Synagogue, the FBI on the spotA gunman took a rabbi and members of his congregation hostage at a Texas synagogue on Saturday.
Vigil held for Kristal Bayron-Nieves, victim of fatal armed robbery at East Harlem Burger KingAt a vigil in Harlem on Saturday, friends and family remembered Kristal Bayron-Nieves, who was fatally shot last week during a robbery while working at a Burger King; Reporting by CBS2’s Leah Mishkin.
Firefighters continue to fight the fire at the Passaic warehouseNearly 24 hours after it started, a massive fire at a chemical plant in Passaic is now under control, but with freezing conditions, firefighters still have a lot of work ahead of them; CBS2’s Thalia Perez reports.
A woman pushed in front of the subway and killed in Times SquarePolice say a man pushed an Asian woman in front of a moving train in Times Square, killing her, Saturday morning; Reporting by CBS2’s Kiran Dhillon.
Officials brief on deadly Times Square subway stampede incidentMayor Eric Adams, Police Commissioner Keechant Sewell and others held a press conference to discuss a fatal subway stampede incident at the Times Square subway station.
Extra Web: Passaic chemical warehouse fire drone videoDrone Force 2 was at the scene as firefighters continued to battle a massive fire at a chemical warehouse in Passaic, NJ
Shop Local Saturday: Market HouseCBS2’s John Elliott chats with Chelsea Bogart of Market House, which sells unique treasures in Westwood, NJ
Ship Local Saturday: Ginger N’CreamCBS2’s John Elliott chats with Sue Bahng, the owner of Ginger N’Cream, which could be described as a department store that occupies four homes in Westwood, NJ
Shop Local Saturday: Stack Creamery in Westwood, NJCBS2’s John Elliott checks out Stack Creamery, which opened just after the pandemic began.
Shop local on Saturday: sweet treats at Conrad ConfectioneryCBS2’s John Elliott visits Conrad’s Confectionary in Westwood, NJ, which has proudly served customers for three generations.
Shop local on Saturday: Music MerchantWhat are the advantages of buying in person rather than online? John Schlapak of Music Merchant in Westwood, NJ chats with CBS2’s John Elliott.
Shop Local Saturday: Celebrating National Bagel Day at Goldberg’s BagelHowie Goldberg of Goldberg’s Bagels in Westwood, NJ discusses the importance of small family businesses.
Weather in New York: 1/15 Saturday afternoon CBS2 Weather HeadlinesJohn Elliott takes a look at the forecast.
Police: Woman dies after being pushed onto subway, suspect in custodyA suspect is in custody after allegedly pushing a woman into the path of an oncoming train.
Firefighters continue to battle a massive fire at a chemical plant in Passaic, NJAuthorities say they contained a massive fire at a chemical warehouse in Passaic on Saturday morning. Firefighters remain at the scene of the blaze, which started Friday evening. CBS2’s Christina Fan reports.
Connecticut Residents Face Affordable Care Act Enrollment DeadlineHowever, some states, including New York and New Jersey, are extending their deadline until January 31.
Extra money starts Saturday for New York residents who receive SNAP benefitsEveryone who signs up for SNAP will get the maximum benefit level this month. That’s $835 for a family of four.
13 years since ‘Miracle on the Hudson’‘Miracle On The Hudson’ commemorated on its 13th anniversary
New York’s eviction moratorium expires SaturdayProtesters and tenant advocates gathered in Midtown on Friday. They asked Governor Kathy Hochul to extend the deadline until June.
Confined fire in the Passaic chemical warehouseThe mayor asks the inhabitants of Passaic to keep their windows closed as a precaution. CBS2’s Christina Fan reports.
New York Weather: CBS2 1/14 11:00 PM Nightly ForecastCBS2’s Lonnie Quinn has your weather forecast for Jan. 14 at 11 p.m.
Governor Kathy Hochul Says COVID Cases Are Declining in New York StateThere is finally some good news on the COVID front. Governor Kathy Hochul says cases are declining in New York state, but there’s still a fresh warning from Washington; Reporting by CBS2’s Dick Brennan.