Swimmer Dies After Water Rescue In Long BeachAround 7 p.m. Thursday, multiple 911 calls reported a swimmer in distress near Monroe Boulevard.
Study Reveals Devastating Impact Of Coronavirus On Long Island's EconomyA new report says the island lost a greater percentage of jobs than New York City, and could lose more than a quarter of its workforce by year's end. 
Long Island Couple Wanted In Connection With Brutal Beating Of Mystic, Connecticut Hotel Worker Caught On VideoIn addition to the vicious beating, the hotel worker claims there were racial slurs used.
Gov. Cuomo: Malls With Enhanced COVID-19 Filters Can Reopen In Phase 4 Regions On FridayPeople on Long Island will now have more choices for indoor fun and activities as the region entered a new phase Wednesday on the road to reopening.
Max Minute: If Kids Are Going Back To School In Fall, It's Time To Start Building Mask EnduranceEven though summer is just starting, the upcoming school year is on many parents' minds.
Consumers Participate In 'Blackout Day' To Support Black-Owned BusinessesHempstead is one of the many towns around the country observing "Blackout Day" to support black-owned businesses.
Colleges Plan To Hold Virtual And In Person Classes For Fall Semester: 'We Still Think Students Are Holding Back A Little To Make A Decision'Molloy College on Long Island prepares for a fall semester unlike any other with both virtual and in person classes on the docket.
Doctors To Women Needing Routine Mammograms But Worried About Coronavirus: Our Hospitals Are SafeThe coronavirus pandemic has caused a major drop off in routine cancer screenings like mammograms that are supposed to be performed annually for many women.
Packed July 4th Parties On Fire Island Draw Ire Over Lack Of Social Distancing, Masks: 'Dumb' And 'Unacceptable'One attendee even boasted he had COVID-19 symptoms leading up to the weekend, but went anyway.
CBS2 Weather Headlines: Hot, Hazy, Humid, With Chance Of Severe Storms MondayAfter a lovely July 4 and a sizzling Sunday, the area will experience a steamy start to the work week.
Former FDA Commissioner: U.S. 'Right Back Where We Were' At Earlier Peak Of Coronavirus OutbreakForty states have reported a surge in confirmed coronavirus cases as they began to lift restrictions on residents and proceeded to phased reopenings of their economies.