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.
Cuomo: NYC Restaurants Can Only Reopen Indoor Dining Once A Local Enforcement Mechanism Is CreatedGov. Andrew Cuomo said Tuesday that indoor dining will only resume once local governments come up with an inspection and enforcement mechanism to make sure restaurants are in compliance with their maximum occupancy limits. 
Schools: The New Normal | CBS2 Gets Look At Safety Measures At Elementary School In Wayne, N.J.Several kids posed for pictures outside the school to capture the first day, which looked much different this year with kids wearing masks.
AstraZeneca Temporarily Pauses COVID-19 Vaccine Trial After Participant May Have Suffered Adverse ReactionAstraZeneca on Tuesday temporarily halted its phase three trial of a possible coronavirus vaccine after one participant may have suffered from a serious adverse reaction.
Komen Connection: Orisel Bejaran On The Importance Of Being Your Own Health AdvocateA surprise breast cancer diagnosis proved to be no match for a young Washington Heights woman.
Pharmaceutical Companies Developing Coronavirus Vaccine Sign Pledge That Protects Them From PoliticsAn unprecedented pledge was signed Tuesday by nine of the leading pharmaceutical companies racing to develop a COVID-19 vaccine.
Schools: The New Normal | Department Of Education Rolls Out New School Bus Protocols, Concerned Parents Still Waiting On More DetailsParents are waiting for more details from the district, but in a statement, the Department of Education said, “Students with [Individualized Education Programs] will be prioritized.”
Schools: The New Normal | NYC Releases Ventilation Results, Announces Free Child Care For Remote Learning DaysNew York City teachers returned to school Tuesday, but hundreds were instructed to stay home because their classrooms still need ventilation repairs.
Schools: The New Normal | Long Island Students Set To Begin New Year Filled With All Kinds Of Safety MeasuresThe end of Labor Day Weekend means the start of the school year for many families on Long Island.
Schools: The New Normal | NYC Says 10 Will Not Open For Teachers Tuesday Due To Need For Ventilation RepairsNew York City schools reopen for teachers Monday, but some are being told not to come in because their buildings need ventilation repairs.
New York Congressional Leaders Sound Alarm For Much Needed MTA FundingMillions of people typically flock to mass transit in the days after Labor Day Weekend, but the coronavirus pandemic has changed all of that.
Beach Goers Flock To Jersey Shore For Labor Day, Marking Unofficial End Of Unusual SummerFamilies flocked to the shore to soak up some final moments of sunshine as Labor Day marked the unofficial end of summer.
Paterson Says 'Thank You' To First Responders On Front Lines Of Coronavirus Pandemic With Labor Day LuncheonLive music, lunch and so much more were set up in the heart of the city as a "thank you" to those who got us through the worst of COVID-19.