New York Giants Player Tests Positive For COVID-19, Team Orders Close Contacts To Stay HomeThe Giants did not identify the player, who is now self-isolating, or the close contacts.
Police: Woman Sexually Abused, Then Physically Assaulted At Manhattan Subway StationWhen the woman fought back, the suspect allegedly grabbed her by the hair, hit her in the face and threw her on the ground.
'When Will It End?' Neighbors Saddened Over Deadly Shooting Of 17-Year-Old In BrooklynPolice say 17-year-old Derek Tiucios and a 16-year-old got into a struggle with a suspect who was trying to rob them.
Gov. Cuomo Takes Steps To Hold Utility Companies Accountable For Storm ResponseThe governor said it comes in response to widespread failures to prepare and respond to frequent and extreme weather events, like Tropical Storm Isaias.
NYC Health And Hospitals Preparing For Possible Second Wave Of COVID-19 HospitalizationsAs for ventilators and PPE, the Health and Hospitals system says it has more than a three months' supply based on what was needed during the height of the pandemic.
17-Year-Old Shot Dead During Robbery In BrooklynPolice say the suspect tried to rob two teen boys, shooting them both in the process.
De Blasio Calls For Board Of Elections Overhaul After Waiting In Long Early Voting LineHe said the Board of Elections should be bipartisan and functional, and he wants a Constitutional amendment to fundamentally change it.
Suspect Shot By Federal Agents In Rockland County Hotel Parking LotThe DEA is saying very little about what went down or why the man was wanted.
101-Year-Old Queens Resident Anna Belfield Proud To Cast Her Vote In 2020 Election: 'I Changed The World'She believes not voting is disrespecting those who fought so hard to make days like this happen.
NYPD Officer Francisco Garcia Resigns Before Hearing For Violent Social Distancing Enforcement ArrestIn May, Francisco Garcia was seen aggressively enforcing social distancing in a video posted to social media.
Halloween Harvest Pop-Up Helps Hundreds Of Families In Need In BrooklynCatholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens hosted a Halloween harvest food pop-up at Our Lady of Angels in Bay Ridge.
Only On CBS2: Hell's Kitchen Residents Say Nothing Is Being Done About Homeless Encampments Despite Complaints Of Fighting, Drug UseThe city's health department is primarily responsible for getting help for the people who live on the sidewalks, but workers tell CBS2 it's too dangerous and challenging a job to do alone.
Suffolk County Cracking Down On Businesses, Homeowners Violating Social Gathering LimitsA wedding and a teen house party with hundreds of guests were among those cited Wednesday as potential superspreader events.
Clarkstown Voters To Decide Whether Palisades Mall Can Rent Out Unused Attic SpaceThe mall believes unfinished, high-ceiling space would appeal to a variety of possible tenants not interested in retro-fitting a former anchor store.
Hundreds Of Families In NYCHA Buildings Without Heat, Gas As Temperatures Start To DropTenant Association President Cynthia Tibbs says the same stretch of housing also went without gas for an entire year, starting on Thanksgiving Day in 2018.