Dr. Anthony Fauci Says Life May Not Return To Normal Until Late 2021It could be another full year before life returns to normal. Six months into the pandemic, that's the warning from one of the nation's top doctors as cases in several states continue to surge.
Coronavirus Infection Rate Rises Above 1% For Third Straight Day In ConnecticutGov. Ned Lamont reported 233 new cases out of more than 21,500 tests Friday -- a 1.1% infection rate.
Komen Connection: 30th Race For The Cure Goes Virtual During Pandemic, Support Needed 'More Than Ever'The sounds of excitement, drive and dedication to finding a breast cancer cure may not be heard in Central Park this weekend, but they'll certainly be heard online.
School Year Gets Off To Rocky Start With Students, Teachers Testing Positive For COVID-19 Throughout Tri-State AreaTeachers call what happened in a short time a "dress rehearsal for disaster for our school communities."
MTA To Impose $50 Fines For Not Wearing Face Coverings On Mass TransitStarting Monday, Sept. 14, riders who are not wearing a face covering can be hit with a $50 fine, CBS2's Marcia Kramer reported.
Komen Connection: Doctors Urge Women To Get Breast Screenings Now, Don't Wait For Pandemic To EndIt's not just breast screenings that shouldn't be delayed; it's also colonoscopies, PSA test for prostate cancer, even skin cancer checks are all still important and should not be put off.
New York City May Pause Indoor Dining If Infection Rate Reaches 2%, Mayor SaysGov. Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday indoor dining can resume Sept. 30.
NYC Restaurants To Resume Indoor Dining At 25% Capacity As Of September 30There will be a host of requirements restaurants will have to meet. 
Trump Admitted To Woodward He Downplayed Coronavirus Threat In Early Days Of OutbreakWoodward interviewed the president for a total of nine hours for his new book, "Rage," and audio clips of the recorded interviews were published by news outlets on Wednesday.
Number Of Cases Of Rare Condition Linked To COVID-19 In Children Continues To RiseThe Centers for Disease Control reports 792 confirmed cases of multisystem inflammatory syndrome and 16 deaths in 42 states, New York City and Washington, D.C.
Road To Reopening: New Yorkers Eagerly Line Up Outside Malls And CasinosNew York City malls are opening at 50% capacity, and New York State casinos at 25% -- under the condition they have enhanced air filtration systems in place.
2 NYC Teachers Test Positive For COVID-19, Others Report Disgusting Conditions In Buildings, Walk OutAs staff returned this week to buildings, two Brooklyn teachers at two different schools have tested test positive for COVID-19.
Komen Connection: Caroline Plank On Life After Double MastectomyShe’s a woman on a mission to not just share her story, but show that even after undergoing a double mastectomy, living a healthy active life is possible.
Potential AstraZeneca-Oxford COVID-19 Vaccine Suffers Setback, Trial PausedA setback in the race to produce a COVID-19 vaccine has caused many to wonder when a vaccine will actually be available to the public. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has the latest on this story.
New York City School Buses Will Be Ready To Roll, But Teachers Still Concerned About BuildingsThe mayor said families will be notified about their bus routes by the end of the week.