Power Outages, Lingering Debris Cause Mounting Frustration Across Tri-StateFrustration is mounting across the Tri-State Area between ongoing power outages and lingering debris from Tropical Storm Isaias.
Black Lives Matter Protester Turns Himself In To Police One Day After Six-Hour StandoffTwenty-eight-year-old Derrick Ingram is accused of shouting into a bullhorn that was aimed at a police officer's ear during a June protest.
Trump Signs Limited Executive Orders On Economic AidPresident Trump signed several executive orders pertaining to unemployment relief on Saturday, including extending enhanced unemployment relief benefits, but at $400 a week instead of $600.
Nonprofit Provides Hot Meals For Those In Need In Times SquareThe organization holds this event in Times Square every Saturday and says it will continue as long as needed.
MTV Video Music Awards Moving Performances From Barclays Center To Outdoor VenuesThe VMAs will be held Aug. 30 in front of limited or no audiences.
NYC Begins Stopping Drivers Entering City In Crackdown On Quarantine EnforcementPeople coming from nearly three dozen states are required to quarantine for 14 days.
Jericho Residents Say Plans To Turn Old Hotel Into Homeless Shelter Were Done In Secret: 'We Need The Transparency'A spokesperson for Nassau County says the shelter is needed “in order to provide these important services for our neighbors in need, especially during these difficult times.”
Police Looking For Man Caught On Camera Suspected In Armed Robbery At Brooklyn DeliThe man went up to the counter at Munchiez candy store on Lenox Road, pulled out a black firearm, pointed it at the clerk and demanded cigarettes, according to police.
Man Wanted For Reckless Endangerment Opened Fire In Queens Neighborhood, Police SayPolice said the man got out of a black four-door sedan, fired three rounds from a handgun, got back into the car through a passenger door and fled.
Police: Man Suffers Broken Ribs, Cracked Tooth After Being Attacked On Subway At Union Street StationThe incident happened around 9 a.m. on July 25.
Man Wanted In Connection To Violent Manhattan RobberyAccording to police, a 24-year-old man was sitting on a bench when someone approached him from behind and started punching him in the face repeatedly.
PSEG Long Island Says Customers Could Be Without Power Until MondayThe utility said most would have power back by Sunday, but it could take until Monday in areas that suffered the most damage.
Salmonella Outbreak Linked To Red Onions Expands To New Jersey, Connecticut; Hundreds Sickened In 43 StatesA salmonella outbreak caused by onions is expanding and has infected at least 640 people from 43 states.
Man With Knife Pepper Sprayed, Shot After Lunging At Jersey City Police Officers, Authorities SayThe Hudson County prosecutor's office is investigating a police-involved shooting in Jersey City.
97,000 Children Test Positive For Coronavirus In Two Week Span, Report SaysNearly 100,000 children tested positive for the coronavirus in the last two weeks of July, a new report from the American Academy of Pediatrics finds.
AG: Police In South Jersey Shot And Killed Man After He Advanced With Broken Glass BottleThe state attorney general's office says Ventnor and Atlantic City officers responded shortly before 4:30 p.m. Thursday to a 911 call about a man behaving erratically in Ventnor.
New York Extends Some Relief For Renters Hit Hard By PandemicThough evictions are still on hold in New York State, housing advocates are worried about the fate of an estimated 14,000 renters who faced eviction before the coronavirus pandemic.
Princeton University Announces All Undergraduate Classes Will Be Online During Fall SemesterChristopher Eisgruber, president of the university cited the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on New Jersey in a statement posted online Friday.
New York Weather: CBS2's 8/8 Saturday Afternoon ForecastJohn Elliott is tracking a cooler than normal Saturday with a spotty storm possible.
Police-Involved Shooting Under Investigation In Jersey CityIt happened on Hopkins Avenue in Jersey City Heights.
NYC Parents Face Deadline To Opt For Online-Only Schedule For Public School Students In FallIt's a difficult decision for some parents who must take more than just their children's safety into account.
Frustration Growing For New Jersey Residents, Businesses After More Than Three Days Without ElectricityThere were plenty of large trees falling and wreaking havoc across the state, but there were also a lot of small trees falling in the wrong spot, leaving residents wondering why they still don't have power days later.
Former Montclair State University Homecoming King & Queen Tie The Knot 28 Years Later After Reuniting Through Dating AppThe two were not dating at the time, but a right swipe on a dating app brought them together decades later.
New York City Columbus Day Parade Canceled Due To COVID PandemicA virtual event will be held on Oct. 12 instead.
Trump Claims He'll Extend Unemployment Benefits Through The End Of The YearPresident Trump forecasted his future executive actions after a failed week of negotiations on Capitol Hill.
New York Schools Allowed To Reopen Statewide For In-Person Classes This Fall, Gov. Cuomo SaysIt's the decision many parents, students and teachers have been waiting months for. 
Giants Player Deandre Baker Facing Robbery Charges In FloridaThe 22-year-old is accused of stealing cash and watches from four men at gunpoint.
Jersey City Public Schools Will Start School Year Without In-Person ClassesThe decision goes against state guidelines requiring that some form of in-person instruction be offered.
Queens Residents Exasperated As Power Outages Linger Days After Tropical Storm IsaiasThe destruction is widespread in Flushing. Trees knocked down power lines, landed on homes and crushed cars.
New Jersey Business Owner Discusses Decision To Close For Good, Workers Prepare For UnemploymentAnalysts said the country's latest jobs report was better than expected, but still cause for concern.

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Armed Man Steals Cigarettes From DeliPolice are looking for the man who robbed a Brooklyn deli at gunpoint Thursday.
NYPD Searching For Woodside GunmanThe NYPD is asking for help identifying a gunman who opened fire on the street in Queens on Aug. 1, 2020.
New York Weather: CBS2 8/8 Evening Forecast at 9PMCBS2's Vanessa Murdock has your weather forecast for August 8 at 9 p.m.
Plans For Homeless Shelter Face Opposition In JerichoTurning hotels into shelters is not only happening in Manhattan. As the idea extends out to Long Island, it's facing some of the same controversy and resistance; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Drivers Pulled Over As NYC Enforces Quarantine OrdersSome people traveling to New York City are getting stopped as the city cracks down on quarantine orders.
Many New Yorkers Still In The Dark After Tropical Storm IsaiasThere are lingering power problems for families across our area nearly five days after Tropical Storm Isaias. Power companies say they're making progress, but angry residents say it's not enough; CBS2's Cory James reports.
Gov. Phil Murphy Gives Update On Power Outages, Coronavirus and Reopening In New JerseyNJ Gov. Phil Murphy holds his daily briefing for August 7, 2020.
Mayor Bill de Blasio Holds Daily BriefingMayor Bill de Blasio discussed power outages, school reopenings, whether or not he'll own a car in the future and more during his daily briefing.
Westchester County Executive George Latimer Gives Update On Power Outages And CleanupCounty Executive George Latimer provides an update on the number of power outages that remain in Westchester and the cleanup effort after Tropical Storm Isaias.
Mayor De Blasio Discusses Eviction MoratoriumMayor Bill de Blasio says New York City will offer free legal support for residents facing eviction.
State Of Emergency Declared In Connecticut Due To Power OutagesA state of emergency is in effect in Connecticut in response to widespread power outages.
Gov. Murphy Gives Update On Tropical Storm IsaiasGov. Phil Murphy provides latest update on Tropical Storm Isaias and power outages across New Jersey.

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Saturday Sessions: Cordovas performs “Rain On The Rail”The band Cordovas is set to release their new collection, “Destiny Hotel,” in October. Frontman Joe Firstman started playing music at age 12 in his native North Carolina, and formed Cordovas after a solo career. They released “That Santa Fe Channel,” their breakthrough album, in 2018. The group joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” from Nashville’s Hutton Hotel to perform “Rain On The Rail.”
Saturday Sessions: Cordovas performs “This Town’s A Drag”The band Cordovas is set to release their new collection, “Destiny Hotel,” in October. Frontman Joe Firstman started playing music at age 12 in his native North Carolina, and formed Cordovas after a solo career. They released “That Santa Fe Channel,” their breakthrough album, in 2018. The group joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” from Nashville’s Hutton Hotel to perform “This Town’s A Drag.”
Saturday Sessions: Cordovas performs “High Feeling”The band Cordovas is set to release their new collection, “Destiny Hotel,” in October. Frontman Joe Firstman started playing music at age 12 in his native North Carolina, and formed Cordovas after a solo career. They released “That Santa Fe Channel,” their breakthrough album, in 2018. The group joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” from Nashville’s Hutton Hotel to perform “High Feeling.”
NFL player DeAndre Baker charged with armed robberyBaker, 22, is accused of stealing cash and watches from four men at a house party.