Remembering MLK: While Progress Has Been Made, Divides Civil Rights Giant Fought To End Still Exist TodayDr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy extends far beyond a day or a speech.
N.J. Nursing School Mandates Students Get COVID Vaccine Or They'll Be Forced To Withdraw From ProgramA nursing school in New Jersey has issued a controversial ultimatum.
New Jersey Man Transforms Unused Shipping Containers Into COVID Testing SitesPeople can get tested without having to mix with sick patients at urgent cares or hospital settings.
Remembering MLK: Jewish School, Catholic School In New Jersey Start Program Discussing Cultural DifferencesDr. Martin Luther King Jr. dreamed of a country where everyone came together.
MLK Day Of Service Takes On New Meaning As Communities Face Staggering Food InsecurityThe holiday challenges people to find ways to improve their communities, and this year many are finding that opportunity at their local food pantries.
CBS2 Weather Headlines: Expect Clear And Cold Conditions Sunday NightIt was a crisp and blustery finish to the weekend as temperatures on Sunday were in the mid 40s, though strong winds made it feel like the 20s and 30s.
Jets' Robert Saleh Makes History As NFL's First Muslim Head CoachThe Jets hired former San Francisco 49ers defensive coordinator Robert Saleh, who makes history as the NFL's first Muslim head coach.
New Jersey 5th Grader Raises Money For Those In Need With 'Flags Of Gratitude' Honoring Frontline Workers, Everyday HeroesA 5th grader from New Jersey is working hard to spread kindness throughout her community. She's doing it with thousands of flags of gratitude.
New Jersey State Employees Ordered To Work From Home On Inauguration Day Because Of Increased Security ConcernsThere is no specific threat in New Jersey, but state capitols in all 50 states are on alert for potential trouble.
New Jersey Rep. Mikie Sherrill Tells CBS2 About Concerns Over Capitol Tours Day Before Deadly Riot: 'It Seemed As If They Were Gathering Intelligence'Sherrill tells CBS2's Alice Gainer about sounding the alarm over tours that took place on Jan. 5.
Spared COVID-19's Wrath Last Spring, New Jersey Long-Term Care Facility Hit With Holidays-Infused OutbreakThe virus spread like wildfire. More than 90 residents and more than 60 staff members contracted it. So far, 29 residents have passed away.