CBSN New York

Latest News Stories

New York Schools Allowed To Reopen Statewide For In-Person Classes This Fall, Gov. Cuomo SaysIt's the decision many parents, students and teachers have been waiting months for. 
Queens Residents Exasperated As Power Outages Linger Days After Tropical Storm IsaiasThe destruction is widespread in Flushing. Trees knocked down power lines, landed on homes and crushed cars.
New Jersey Business Owner Discusses Decision To Close For Good, Workers Prepare For UnemploymentAnalysts said the country's latest jobs report was better than expected, but still cause for concern.
Long Islanders Running Out Of Patience While Waiting For Power To Return Days After Tropical Storm IsaiasCommunication glitches continued even days after the massive outages, and restoration estimates keep changing.
New Jersey Based DeCamp Bus Lines Shuts Down Due To Low Ridership; 'Lucky If We Get 400 Fares A Day'DeCamp announced it would be shutting down service effective Aug. 7, after the financial strain of the pandemic crushed its operating budget.
Customers Save Long Island Village's Historic Restaurant After Learning Building Was For SaleStepping through Hildebrant's doors is a journey back in time. The old fashioned soda shop has been in business for nearly 100 years.
'It's A True Blessing From God': Citymeals On Wheels Deliveryman Still On The Job After 30 YearsFive days a week over the past three decades, Warren Pizarro, now 51, has been hand-delivering pre-packaged meals to homebound seniors.
New Jersey Announces $25 Million Grant Program For Small Property Landlords To Forgive Back RentNew Jersey is taking steps to help low-income renters and small property landlords facing hardships due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Latest Videos