Ida Remnants Collapse Retaining Walls, Flood Homes With Sewage On Nassau County's North ShoreLong Island's highest rain total was in Glen Cove, where streets looked like rivers and a downtown garage was deluged.
Ida's Impact: LIRR Gets Back On Track; Select Service Resumes For Metro-North, NJ TRANSITIda's historic rainfall left a lot of commuters stranded Wednesday night throughout the Tri-State Area.
Eviction Moratorium In New York Extended Until January, Much To The Dismay Of LandlordsNew York now boasts the strongest tenant protections in the nation.
Ida On Long Island: 80-Foot Oak Falls On Lloyd Neck Home, Nearby Caumsett State Park DevastatedIda's deluge walloped the North Shore peninsulas of Long Island. Communities suffered severe damage when a possible tornado moved across water, toppling trees onto homes.
Suffolk County Issues Stern Warning To Motorists: Stop For School Buses Or You Could Be Hit With Hefty FineMost school buses in Suffolk County are now equipped with cameras on their stop sign arms, and hefty fines await those who ignore them.
Immunocompromised Hopeful Clinical Trial Of Third COVID-19 Vaccine Dose Will Yield Positive ResultsMany Americans with an autoimmune disease have had a poor response to COVID-19 vaccines, placing them at extremely high risk.
Tracking Ida: Tornado Watch In Effect Throughout Tri-State Area, Flash Flood Emergency Issued In NYCStick with CBS2, CBSN New York and CBSNewYork.com for the latest forecast and weather alerts. 
International Overdose Awareness Day Aims To Break Stigma And Back SurvivorsExperts say overdoses are linked to social isolation, financial anxieties and mental health challenges caused by the pandemic.
As Green Energy Industry Rebounds From Pandemic, Career Opportunities And Job Training Available On Long IslandCareers in green energy are on the rise, and now there are new opportunities to learn the ropes in order to join a booming workforce.
Gov. Hochul: Tens Of Millions Of Dollars Will Soon Be Available To Local Governments For COVID Booster Shot InfrastructureIn a stark departure from her predecessor, she said she's not going to issue open-ended mandates that leave no room for localities to determine what works best for them.
Restaurants Around Tri-State Area Pay Tribute To U.S. Service Members Recently Killed In AfghanistanMohammad Karimi of Queens showed photos of his family in Afghanistan, which they destroyed after sending him because of their fears of the Taliban.
Gov. Hochul Praised For Getting Out In Front Of NYC's Subway Snafu; Next, She's Expected To Tackle Eviction MoratoriumIt was the morning after a massive subway meltdown -- 7:15 a.m. -- and if New Yorkers wanted to know where their governor was, the answer was simple.
More Than A Dozen Long Island School Districts Are Developing Specific Classes To Teach About 9/11School districts across the Tri-State Area are making plans this week to commemorate the 20th anniversary of 9/11 and extend the history lesson all year.
Former Head Of FDA Says COVID-19 Vaccine Could Be Available For Kids By Early WinterDr. Scott Gottlieb, currently a member of Pfizer's board of directors, predicted Sunday that the drug company's COVID-19 vaccine could be available to children younger than 12 by early winter.
Long Island Parents Protest NYS School Mask MandateWith less than a week before many schools start, the debate over a mask mandate continues to take center stage.