Expecting A Tax Refund This Year? Expert Offers Advice To Avoid Major DelaysThe IRS is warning it could be a tough tax season thanks to the pandemic, from staffing issues to lack of funding and a huge backlog.
Answer The Call Foundation Pledges Financial Support For Family Of Slain NYPD Officer Jason RiveraThe organization was founded by family members of fallen police officers and firefighters.
Shop Local SaturdayCBS2 is celebrating small businesses! These shops have worked nonstop while spreading joy to the community.
NYC's Only Black-Owned Comedy Club Finds Success Amid SetbacksComedy in Harlem is fast becoming a hot spot for up and coming minority comics, but multiple pipe bursts during a recent cold snap is putting a freeze on profits.
Upper Manhattan Blood Drive Aims To Address Local ShortageThe Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity's New York Alumni Chapter is hosting a blood drive in partnership with the New York Blood Center to address a severe shortage in the local supply.
Residents Living In Multi-Family Homes Running Into Issues Getting Their Fed-Issued At-Home COVID Tests Through USPSThe federal government's plan to send rapid COVID-19 tests to homes through the U.S. Postal Service doesn't appear to be working for everyone.
Free COVID Tests Now Available Online Through USPSA day ahead of the scheduled rollou, some Americans are already placing orders through a form posted by the U.S. Postal Service.
'Rumors Of Our Death Are Wildly Exaggerated': Broadway League President Optimistic Despite Sales SlumpIt’s nothing new for ticket sales to dip in January and February, but the surge of the Omicron variant is making it worse this season.
New York City Restaurant Week Kicks Off TuesdayHundreds of restaurants are offering special pre-fix menus for both lunch and dinner.
Experts Say 'Blue Monday' Is A Good Reminder To Reach Out To Those Who May Be In Need Of Emotional SupportIt's the third Monday in January, and if you're feeling down, you're not alone.
Events Across NYC Commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. DayThere are events across our area to commemorate the civil rights activist.
Bronx High-Rise Fire: How To Help Victims And Their FamiliesCity officials and community leaders are working to provide shelter and other services to displaced residents.
American Red Cross Putting Out Plea For Blood Donations Amid National ShortageLow supplies are forcing doctors to make difficult decisions about who receives transfusions.
Catalytic Converters Ripped Out Of New Jersey Nonprofit's Vans For Adults With Disabilities: 'My Heart Just Sank'The group operates schools for children with special needs and an adult day program.
Families File Lawsuit Against New York Leaders, Departments Of Education Over Remote Learning StrugglesThe lawsuit aims to ensure access to these tools require instructions for parents navigating remote learning in their preferred language and develop, implement and fund a plan for remedying lost educational opportunities for students.