CBS2 Learns Some Of The Heating Guidelines For Outdoor Dining In New York CityAndrew Rigie with the NYC Hospitality Alliance and New York City Councilman Justin Brannan told CBS2 they have been calling on City Hall for months to release outdoor heating guidance.
Commerce Department Bans Use Of TikTok And WeChat In U.S.The Commerce Department on Friday issued an order banning any transactions on TikTok and WeChat in the U.S., saying the Chinese-owned apps create "unacceptable risks to our national security."
Dining Pods So Close To Traffic In New York City Cause Concerns About Safely Eating OutsideOutdoor dining pods from Forest Hills to Brooklyn have increased business for restaurants, but they also come with some safety concerns after multiple accidents involving cars and diners.
LIRR Officials Warn Of 'Severe Cuts' To Service If Aid Doesn't Come From Federal GovernmentRoads clogged with cars. Trains that come once an hour. Those are some of the dire predictions in a new Metropolitan Transportation Authority report.
Virtual New York Fashion Week Featuring Designers With Life During The Pandemic On Their MindsOne show that COVID-19 is not canceling is New York Fashion Week. Some of the world’s top designers are showing virtually, but a few are still making it happen in-person.
Some Long Islanders Going Native, Replacing Lawns With Plants In Effort To Attract Wildlife And Cut Maintenance CostsThe suburban landscape is looking a little different in parts of Long Island.
Trump's Additional $300 Unemployment Benefits Could Now Last Up To Six WeeksUnemployed individuals who qualify for an additional $300 under Trump's Lost Wages Assistance program may receive up to six weeks worth of benefits.
Mail-In Ballots In N.J. To Include Amendment Question On Whether Or Not To Legalize Recreational MarijuanaThe presidential election is just 49 days away, but voters in New Jersey have something else on the ballot -- the legalization of recreational marijuana.
Multi-Billion Dollar Development Firm Comes To The Aid Of Mom And Pop Eatery In New RochelleIt's a recipe for small business success in a Westchester County city.
N.Y. Attorney General Annouces Settlement With Dunkin' Over Security BreachThe company was accused of failing to notify nearly 20,000 customers that their accounts had been compromised. 
Sen. Schumer, Seinfeld Combine Forces, Call On Feds To Help Save City Entertainment Venues Hurt By COVID-19An effort to save live entertainment venues in New York City is being pushed by a senator and a TV legend.