New York, Connecticut Deploying Additional National Guard Members To Washington For Inauguration DayGov. Andrew Cuomo said in a statement Friday that the state is deploying 250 additional members at the request of the Secretary of the Army and the National Guard General.
Connecticut Reports 2 Cases Of New COVID Strain From UKThe governor announced Thursday that Connecticut has now passed 200,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases.
Police: 2 Norwalk Officers Facing Charges After Being Found In Hotel Room While On DutyScandal has hit the police department in Connecticut's sixth largest city.
Gov. Cuomo Calls Storming Of U.S. Capitol Building 'A Failed Attempt At A Coup' As Tri-State Leaders React To ProtestsLocal officials are sounding off about the demonstration in Washington that resulted in protesters storming the U.S. Capitol Building. 
Gov. Lamont Says It's Time To Legalize Marijuana, Sports Betting In Conn., Adds Partnerships With N.J., N.Y. Will GrowAcknowledging the tens of thousands of new families that fled small apartments and subway life for the state of Connecticut, the governor delivered the pre-recorded address from his office.
Esquire Magazine Names 20 Tri-State Restaurants 'America Can't Afford To Lose' During PandemicAccording to the New York City Hospitality Alliance. more than 1,000 restaurants have already closed in New York City. 
CBS2 Weather Headlines: Monday Shaping Up As A Nice DayGood Monday morning, everyone. After some snow, sleet, and rain on Sunday night, we'll have improving conditions throughout Monday.
New York State Passes 1 Million Confirmed COVID Cases, NYC's 7-Day Average Citywide Positivity Rate Hits 9.39%New York State reported more than 15,000 new cases Saturday and 128 more deaths. Of those 15,000 new cases, 3,600 are in New York City.
COVID In Connecticut: State's Positivity Rate Below 6%, But Governor Warns Residents To Keep Their Guard UpThe governor says the state's effort to vaccine residents is going well. Nearly 55,000 doses have been administered in Connecticut so far.
COVID-19 Cases Continue To Climb In Tri-State Area With Nearly 11,000 New Positive Cases Reported In New YorkThe coronavirus continues to take a toll around the Tri-State Area.
Thousands Across Tri-State Left Without Power After Christmas Storm; Utility Customers Frustrated With Recurring Power ProblemsTens of thousands of people in the Tri-State Area are still feeling the impact of the strong Christmas storm that swept through Thursday into Friday.