Max Minute: Many Patients Remain Afraid To Go To An Emergency RoomAs COVID-19 cases have thankfully gone down significantly in the Tri-State Area over the past month, hospitals have begun to return to more or less normal operations.
Restaurants Ready For July 4th Weekend Crowds With Social Distancing, Other Coronavirus Safety GuidelinesMany are steering clear of their usual travel plans this year and looking to stay closer to home due to COVID-19.
Mets Hold First Summer Workouts At Citi Field With Shortened 2020 Season On DeckPlayers had to pass a series of tests just to get into the ballpark, and then wear masks when traveling between workout stations.
Violent Bronx Mugging Caught On Video: 'You See That And You Don't Believe It'The victim is recovering from his injuries, and working with police to find the attacker. 
Thousands Expected At City Beaches For July 4th WeekendWhether it's taking a stroll on the boardwalk, or hitting the beach, July 4th weekend kicked off on Coney Island. 
Former CBS2 Arts Editor Dennis Cunningham Passes AwayDennis Cunningham, a longtime member of the CBS2 family, has passed away.
Crowd Gathers In Harlem To Celebrate Launch Of 'Black Lives Matter' Street MuralLocal artists and members of community groups will paint the words "Black Lives Matter" on both sides of the median, so the phrase can be read by anyone heading north or south.
Stolen Car Slams Into Building In MidtownIt happened at around 10:15 a.m. at Fifth Avenue and West 57th Street. 
Suspect In Apparently Random Slashing Of 2-Year-Old In CustodyPolice Commissioner Dermot Shea announced a man was arrested Friday after a toddler was targeted in an attack while out with his babysitter earlier in the week.
Police: 67-Year-Old Woman Groped At Bronx LaundromatAccording to police, it happened on May 28 at 11:50 p.m. at the Burnside Laundromat at 253 East Burnside Avenue. 
NYPD: 11-Year-Old Boy Reported Missing In Queens Found SafePolice say Abdullah Alwakzeh is non-verbal and was last seen around 8:30 p.m. on July 2 near the corner of 188th Street and 53rd Avenue.