Third Accuser Reportedly Comes Forward, Says Gov. Cuomo Acted Inappropriately At 2019 WeddingCharlotte Bennett, a former aide who accused Gov. Cuomo of sexual harassment, is refusing to accept his apology. She's urging other women to come forward. Not long after, one did.
CBS2 Speaks To Mount Sinai Doctor Who Diagnosed First COVID-19 Case In New York CityOn March 2, 2020, as we were still learning about the concerning virus at our doorstep, Dr. Angela Chen was just a few hours removed from diagnosing the city's first positive patient.
Hottest New Trend On The Streets Is Sales Of Merchandise Representing New York CityThe newest street style in the Big Apple is supporting local businesses. From clothing to carrying branded bags, people are repping New York City with pride.
1 Injured In Construction Fence Collapse In Hamilton HeightsThe city's Department of Buildings said the six-story building on West 144th Street in Hamilton Heights is undergoing permitted renovations to repair damage from a 2017 fire.
COVID 1 Year: A Look Back On What's Been Lost And How Tri-State Has PerseveredWeeks turned into months. Face coverings became the mandatory accessory, keeping our distance an urgent safety measure, and long standing inequities could no longer be denied.
COVID 1 Year: Timeline Of Virus' Swift Impact Across The GlobeIt was New Year's Eve 2019 when word began to trickle out of a cluster of viral pneumonias of unknown origin in Wuhan, a city of 11 million people in central China.
COVID 1 Year: Essential Workers Risk Their Own Safety To Keep Supplies And Services RunningThousands put themselves at risk every day -- from first responders and transit workers, to grocery store employees.
COVID 1 Year: Area School Districts Continue To Make Best Of Tough Situation, Always With Eyes On The FutureMore students are returning to the classroom. But with masks, social distancing and random COVID-19 testing, school is now a very different experience.
COVID 1 Year: Daughter Looks To Carry On Father's Legacy At Arthur Avenue RestaurantJoseph Migliucci died at the age of 81 in April, leaving behind a storied Italian restaurant and a daughter determined to preserve his legacy.
COVID 1 Year: Unemployment Forced Many In Our Area To Reinvent Themselves, And Gain Perspective Along The WayThe pandemic-fueled economic crisis has forced many people to face tough new realities. Some industries have barely survived, but others have found a way to thrive.
COVID 1 Year: The Sports World Stopped, But Hope And Progress Are Beginning To Win The DaysThe coronavirus pandemic brought on the most significant disruption to the sporting calendar since World War II.
COVID 1 Year: Vaccines Offer Shot Of Hope, Despite Ongoing Distribution StrugglesMore than 70 million doses have been administered across the country, but the rollout has been plagued with issues, delaying vaccination goals.
Deadline Approaching For Small Businesses To Apply For Priority Paycheck Protection LoansSmall businesses have just over a week left to apply for another round of loans from the Paycheck Protection Program to keep their employees paid during the pandemic.
COVID Vaccine: CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez Has What You Need To Know About The Johnson & Johnson ShotDaily vaccinations are now at 1.7 million Americans, with the total now over 49 million who have gotten at least one shot.
Families Hopeful Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Will Make It Easier To Reach Homebound SeniorsThe Johnson & Johnson vaccine is a single shot and was 66% effective in a clinical trial.