CBS2 Weather Headlines: Autumn Chill Greets Tri-State Area Sunday MorningTemps will jump nicely in the afternoon into the upper 50s and low 60s under crystal blue skies, perhaps a perfect day to do some fall activities outdoors!
Ginsburg's Death Sets Up Tense Political Fight Over Supreme Court ReplacementGinsburg, who died Friday at age 87 after a battle with cancer, leaves behind an open seat on the Supreme Court where conservatives now outnumber the liberals.
WATCH: President Trump Says There Will Be Enough COVID-19 Vaccine By AprilThe president's claim comes two days after he criticized CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield, who told Congress that a vaccine won't be widely available until next summer.
Health Officials Warn Of Infections From LI Sound WaterFour patients in August and one in July were diagnosed with relatively rare Vibrio vulnificus infections, according the state Department of Public Health.
CBS2 Weather Headlines: Cloudy And Mild Sunday Night, Chance Of Showers OvernightA cold front moving through the region will bring just the slightest chance for showers, but we're not expecting a soggy evening.
Connecticut Health Officials Report Rise In Infections From Long Island Sound WaterThe cases reported this summer came in adults ages 49 and 85 years old from Fairfield, Middlesex and New Haven counties.
Connecticut Teen Helps Rescue Mother, 3 Children From Burning CarPolice in Waterbury say 18-year-old Justin Gavin was walking on West Main Street on Wednesday when he ran toward the danger before first responders got there.
Coronavirus Infection Rate Rises Above 1% For Third Straight Day In ConnecticutGov. Ned Lamont reported 233 new cases out of more than 21,500 tests Friday -- a 1.1% infection rate.
MTA To Impose $50 Fines For Not Wearing Face Coverings On Mass TransitStarting Monday, Sept. 14, riders who are not wearing a face covering can be hit with a $50 fine, CBS2's Marcia Kramer reported.
Trump Admitted To Woodward He Downplayed Coronavirus Threat In Early Days Of OutbreakWoodward interviewed the president for a total of nine hours for his new book, "Rage," and audio clips of the recorded interviews were published by news outlets on Wednesday.
Potential AstraZeneca-Oxford COVID-19 Vaccine Suffers Setback, Trial PausedA setback in the race to produce a COVID-19 vaccine has caused many to wonder when a vaccine will actually be available to the public. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has the latest on this story.