COVID-19 In New Jersey: Irvington Mayor Considering Stay-At-Home Order, Working With Neighboring Cities On Shutdown PlanDr. Perry Halkitis, dean of Rutgers School of Public Health, says it is going to be difficult to change human behavior and family traditions for the holidays, but it is a must.
Smithsonian's National Zoo Asks Public To Name Giant Panda CubThe adorable male cub got his three-month checkup and is hitting all the milestones.
Barred Owl Becomes An Instant Celebrity After Taking Up Residence In Central ParkFirst spotted in early October, now whatever it does, it's like a model attracting paparazzi.
Charitable Groups Helping Santa With Gift Giving This YearThis is an exciting time of year for kids, writing their wish lists to Santa. But in a pandemic, he may not be able to deliver the same way he has before. 
Forgotten Families: CBS2 Has Latest On Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against New York City And NewarkIn 2019, CBS2 started uncovering some New York City families who were moved out of homeless shelters and into dilapidated homes in New Jersey. Now, a new class action lawsuit has been filed.
Christmas Tree Arrives At Rockefeller Center, Complete With Police EscortIt's starting to feel a lot like the holiday season in New York City.
Nadeem Waheed Of Daniel's Leather Donates Coats To Schoolkids Stuck In Cold Classrooms After Seeing CBS2's ReportCBS2 has reported on schools that don't have proper ventilation systems, so windows are left open to protect against coronavirus.
A Mother And Daughter Offer Comfort At Anoz Spa In Garden City SouthSharon and Jasmine Richards run a small business with a big purpose—to make people feel cared for. 
Coronavirus Impact: Record Turnout Expected As NYC Charities Prepare To Hand Out Food For ThanksgivingThe coronavirus pandemic has left many people struggling with food insecurity, resulting in many New York City charities gearing up for what's expected to be a record turnout this Thanksgiving.
Chef Mike Harrison And Alaina DeMauro Cook Up Recipe For Integrating People With Developmental Disabilities Into The CommunityThe COVID pandemic has been tough on everyone, especially those with developmental disabilities who may be feeling more secluded than ever.
Disabled Veterans Thinking About Nothing But Hockey When They Hit The Ice At Prudential CenterDisabled veterans are finding solace on the ice. A nonprofit hockey team isn't just an outlet for them to play, it's giving them purpose.
Election 2020: For First Time Voters, Casting Their Ballot Has Special MeaningFor some, Tuesday marked the very first time voting in an election. Their take on the experience? A privilege. 
With 2020 Being A Stressful Drag So Far, It's Not Too Early To Start Putting Up Christmas DecorationsMany people are holding out hope that Christmas will bring happier times. So much so, they are getting into the decorating spirit earlier than ever.
Snapshot NY: Amra Sabic El-Rayess Flees Muslim Genocide In Bosnia, Becomes Professor At Columbia 'Cultivating Mindsets, Cultivating Togetherness'Amra Sabic El-Rayess is an expert on "othering" - where people in one group are treated differently. 
NYC Health And Hospitals Preparing For Possible Second Wave Of COVID-19 HospitalizationsAs for ventilators and PPE, the Health and Hospitals system says it has more than a three months' supply based on what was needed during the height of the pandemic.