Remembering Nina Kapur: CBS2 Pays Tribute To Our Colleague And FriendNina joined the station last year, blessing us with her light and love for telling stories.
Tips To Beat The Heat: Your Guide To Summer SafetyStaying cool and safe is of paramount importance in the summer heat. Here is our guide to preventing — and treating — some of the season’s health hazards.
Happy Anniversary, Dana Tyler! Celebrating Her 30 Years With CBS2 NewsIt takes a seasoned journalist to guide viewers through unprecedented times. to be a reassuring, informed presence, and that is CBS2's Dana Tyler.
What's Your COVID-19 Question For Dr. Max's Q&A?What are your coronavirus questions? Click here to submit your question on the CBS New York Facebook page, then Like and Follow for more.
Social Media's Role In The Racial Justice Movement: 'The Conversation Is Moving So Much More Quickly'Protests after the death of George Floyd—and hard conversations about race in America—are happening all across the country. Three people reveal how they've found a new role for social media in the movement for racial justice.
The Hard Conversation: Writer David Simon, Creator Of 'The Wire', Talks With CBS2's Maurice DuBois About Policing In America: 'Transform The Mission'Maurice DuBois talks with the David Simon, the creator of the hit TV Show "The Wire" about the state of the country and policing in America.
Social Distancing, Mask Rules In Effect For Beachgoers Eager To Celebrate July 4th In New York, New JerseyLots of folks were taking advantage of the good weather at Asbury Park in New Jersey.
As NYPD Mulls Budget Cuts, 100 Families In Far Rockaway Hope A Youth Mentorship Program Will Be SparedAs the NYPD decides how to cut more than a billion dollars in spending, there are more than 100 families and police officers in Far Rockaway, Queens who are hoping their mentorship program is not in danger.
The Dig Callback: At Ricas Pupusas & Mas, A Family's Resilience Shines Through AdversityThese days, the restaurant depends on pickup and delivery orders, especially those placed directly by phone—the commission charged by delivery apps is too steep.
Only On CBS2: Hell's Kitchen Residents, Business Owners Fed Up With Rising Crime In NeighborhoodMaintaining a constant police presence is what fearful and angry residents say they need in a Midtown South Precinct area.
Community Street Team, Deescalation Training Credited For Newark's Decreasing Homicide, Violent Crime RatesThe city says its homicide rate in 2019 was the lowest it's been since 1961, and since last year, violent crime and arrests are also down.
12-Year-Old Girl's Idea Saves Chatham, N.J.'s Fourth Of July ParadeThe Fourth of July parade down main street in Chatham, N.J. is a slice of Americana that locals look forward to every year - especially 12-year-old Emma Zapata.
Siena Poll Reveals Racial Divide, Sometimes Conflicting Views On Systemic Racism, Local PoliceOne thing that seems to get solid support in New York State is federal legislation to reform police organizations.
CBS2 Meets Members Of Man Up! Inc., 1 Of More Than 20 Groups That Are Out To Cure Violence In NYCAnother nine shootings happened Monday alone, the latest in a disturbing surge in gun violence across New York City.
The Dig Callback: Bronx Chef Millie Peartree Turns Hardship Into BlessingAfter the sudden closure of her beloved Fordham restaurant, chef Millie Peartree has found a new calling. CBS2's Elle McLogan reports.