12-Year-Old Brooklyn Boy Dies After Complaining Of Head Pain, NYPD InvestigatingOfficers said the child was conscious when they arrived at the apartment Friday afternoon.
Stimulus Check Latest: Will You Get A Fourth Relief Payment?With the latest round of stimulus checks already distributed to most eligible Americans, many wonder if additional aid is coming.
Suspect Charged With Murder, Arson For Bronx Apartment Fire That Killed 2 In 2018Jordan Conde, 14, and Roberto Archeval Cortez, 41, were killed in the March 5, 2018 fire at a five-story apartment building in the Bronx.
COVID Restrictions: New York City Restaurants Can Increase Capacity, New Jersey Raises Gathering LimitsIt's the next step as businesses prepare for May 19, when New York, New Jersey and Connecticut will lift most capacity restrictions altogether.
COVID Vaccine In NYC: City Officials Modifying Outreach Efforts As Demand For Vaccines PlummetsOn April 8, a record 115,795 COVID vaccine doses were administered. The number has plummeted to nearly 32,500 on Thursday as supply, once scarce, now outpaces demand.
CBS2 Weather Headlines: Cloudy Saturday With On/Off Showers; Sunny Start On Mother's DayToday will be the cooler and cloudier half of the weekend. It's by no means a washout, but expect on/off showers throughout the day.
Missing Buffalo State Student Saniya Dennis Appears To Have Taken Her Own Life, DA SaysShe was last seen April 24 leaving her dorm at Buffalo State College. 
New York Population Declines By More Than 100K, Census Numbers ShowThat was a greater number than 2019 when population fell by about 60,000.
Hundreds Of Bodies Of COVID Victims Still Being Stored In Refrigerated Morgue In BrooklynThere are 750 bodies inside in what some City Council members call appalling and secret long-term storage, amounting to shocking neglect and mismanagement.
16-Year-Old Vlad Mosyuk Killed In New City Car CrashClarkstown Police charged the driver, 18-year-old Alan Mendoza, with driving while intoxicated, reckless driving and vehicular homicide.
'A Modern Miracle': New Jersey Mom Celebrating Mother's Day After Successfully Donating Kidney To 7-Year-Old SonPaul Kudowitz was born with a rare kidney condition that affects 1 in 5,000 people.
Help Wanted: Some New York Business Owners Say They're Struggling To Fill Job OpeningsThe hospitality industry showed the biggest gains in the April report, but demand for employees still outpaces supply.
New York City Communities Rally In Solidarity After Hundreds Reportedly Attacked, Dozens Killed During Anti-Government Protests In ColombiaThe images of protesters being attacked have shocked people in New York City and around the world.
Gennean Scott Named Broadway League's First Director Of Equity, Diversity And InclusionScott currently holds a similar position at Omaha Performing Arts.
Zeita Merchant Becomes First Woman In Charge Of Coast Guard Sector New YorkCaptain Zeita Merchant took over from outgoing Commander Jason Tama. Merchant previously served as the sector's deputy commander.
'Say Yes To Connecticut': State Launches New Summer Marketing Campaign On Road To ReopeningAfter a year of saying no to many things during the pandemic, the state is encouraging residents and visitors to "say yes" and come visit.
Recall Alert: Hershey's Chocolate Shell Topping Bottles Could Contain Heath Shell ToppingThose with an allergy or severe sensitivity to almonds are at risk if they consume the topping.
Thousands Of Smoke Detectors, Smoke/Carbon Monoxide Alarms RecalledAnyone who has one of these smoke alarms can contact the company for a free replacement.
Gail Madigan, 18-Year-Old Daughter Molly Identified As Victims Of Long Island House FireNeighbors say the third person who died was Madigan's husband and Molly's father, but police have not yet released his name.
Long Island Parents Racing Against Time To Find Cure For 2-Year-Old Son's Rare Genetic Disorder, FOXG1 SyndromeIn less than a year, they've launched “Believe in a Cure,” raising nearly $2 million. Their goal is $7 million to summon research on three fronts: drug repurposing, gene editing and gene replacement therapy.
New Yorkers Turn To City, State Leadership For Change Following Another Day Riddled With Gun ViolenceThere have already been 200 more shootings this year than at the same time in 2020.
Mother Survives COVID, Finally Hugs Daughter 4 Months After Giving Birth During Medically Induced ComaSerena Torres remembers the moment she got to hold her little girl Alessandra for the first time, nearly four months after giving birth while in a medically induced coma.
Rutgers University Cancels Commencement While Planning For Spring Football Game, Leaving Seniors 'Devastated'"The fact that they're willing to have the football game, and they're able to make concessions for that, that's really hurtful," one student said.
NYPD: Douglas Young Charged With Murder In Deadly Shooting Of DoorDash Worker Francisco Villalva VitinioFamily members said Francisco Villalva Vitinio had just finished his shift with DoorDash when he was gunned down at Poor Richard's Playground on March 29.
Mayor De Blasio Accuses Gov. Cuomo And MTA Of 'Fear Mongering,' Insists Subways Are SafeThe mayor says the city has already added about 600 officers underground, but the MTA says it needs about 1,500 more.
International Tuba Day: Local Players Discuss Instrument's Underserved ReputationIt was created in 1979 to honor all the hard-working musicians who handle the hassle of the mega-music maker.
Long Island Asks Homeowners To Install Smart Technology Systems To Help Conserve WaterLong Island has 48 water districts. Most will offer rebates or refunds for smart controller technology, which can cost $100-300 before installation.
What You Should Know About Filing Your 2020 TaxesProcrastinators who have waited to fill out those IRS forms should wait no longer.
New Jersey Artist Said Elatab Burns Paintings To Fight Depression, Express Grief; 'I Call Myself Tragedy Of Art'Every artist wants their work to be appreciated. But this artist from New Jersey takes a different approach.
NYC Parks Employee Slashed Across Face And Chest On The Job In The BronxPolice said the 41-year-old victim got into an argument with another man, who slashed him across the face and chest. 

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Long Island Family Searching For Cure For FOXG1 SyndromeA Long Island family is racing against time to help their 2-year-old baby with a rare brain disorder. They've rolled out an ambitious plan to find a cure and, in the process, hope to help millions of others; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
New Jersey, New York Continue To Ease COVID Restrictions On Road To ReopeningOn the road to reopening, bar seating is back in New Jersey, and in New York, more people can eat indoors at restaurants; CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
Web Extra: Mother And Daughter Make History Volunteering For Massapequa Fire DepartmentThis duo from Long Island volunteered for their local fire department and now the two are pioneering a lot of firsts. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
New Jersey Artist Burns Paintings To Fight Depression, Express Grief Amid TragedyEvery artist wants their work to be appreciated. But one frustrated artist from New Jersey takes a different approach. CBS2's Steve Overmyer reports.
Press Conference: Mayor De Blasio Gives COVID UpdateMayor Bill de Blasio's May 6, 2021 daily COVID update.
Charlotte St. Martin Discusses Broadway ReopeningIn this extended interview, Charlotte St. Martin, president of the Broadway League, discusses Broadway reopening this fall.
New York State Traffic Court Planning To Stay VirtualAs most courts transition back to in-person hearings this month, New York state's traffic court is planning to stay virtual. It's a cost-cutting measure for the state, and some say it's a money-grab from motorists; CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
CDC: COVID-19 Variant That First Emerged In NYC Is Not More Dangerous Than Other VariantsA new report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says a coronavirus variant that quickly spread in New York City does not appear to be more dangerous than other variants.
Gov. Cuomo Announces New Rules For Baseball FansYankee Stadium and Citi Field to ease restrictions for vaccinated fans and offer free tickets with shots, Gov. Cuomo says.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo Makes Broadway And Baseball AnnouncementGov. Andrew Cuomo gives latest update on COVID restrictions and reopening in New York.
Mayor De Blasio's Daily COVID BriefingMayor Bill de Blasio holds daily briefing on coronavirus recovery, vaccine rollout and more in New York City.
Funeral Held For NYPD Det. Anastasios Tsakos, Remembered As Loving Father And Giving FriendA funeral was held Tuesday for Det. Anastasios Tsakos, a 14-year veteran and father of two killed in the line of duty last week. CBSN New York's Jenna DeAngelis reports.

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Octavia Spencer on "The Shape of Water": "I knew it would be magical"Octavia Spencer won an Oscar for her portrayal of Minny Jackson in "The Help" and went on to appear in the critically-acclaimed movie, "Hidden Figures." The actress now stars in the new movie, "The Shape of Water," a fairytale set in the 1960s in which a mute woman falls in love with a creature held captive in a government lab. Spencer joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss what it was like to work with director Guillermo del Toro, how the film explores marginalized people of society, and why the actress finally feels she's coming into her own.
Saturday Sessions: Manchester Orchestra performs “Bed Head"Manchester Orchestra returns to Saturday Sessions after releasing their latest album, “The Million Masks of God.” The band formed in 2004, and since then, they have played the main stages at Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza and had hits on the alternative charts. The band joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to perform “Bed Head."
Netflix to move forward with "House of Cards" without Kevin SpaceyThe final season of "House of Cards" will focus on Robin Wright's character and start production in early 2018, Netflix announced Monday.
Saturday Sessions: Manchester Orchestra performs "Keel Timing”Saturday Sessions: Manchester Orchestra performs "Keel Timing”Manchester Orchestra returns to Saturday Sessions after releasing their latest album, “The Million Masks of God.” The band formed in 2004, and since then, they have played the main stages at Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza and had hits on the alternative charts. The band joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to perform "Keel Timing."