COVID Progress: NYS Legislature Considering Bill Allowing Pharmacies To Administer All Vaccines Recommended By CDCState lawmakers want pharmacies to play an even bigger role in vaccine distribution, long after the coronavirus pandemic is over.
Levittown Woman Assumed Dead By Nassau County Is Very Much Alive And Stuck In Bureaucratic Mess Over Tax AssessmentA 95-year-old Long Island woman is now trying to convince her tax assessor and her bank that she is very much alive.
Critics Not Happy With NYC Public Schools' Decision To Go With Italian-Heritage/Indigenous Peoples' Day On Holiday CalendarThe legacy of Christopher Columbus has drawn scrutiny in recent years. New York City Public Schools just wiped his name from the holiday calendar.
Woman Accusing NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer Of Sexual Abuse, Harassment Files Complaint With State AGJean Kim alleges Stringer assaulted her 20 years ago when he was a member of the state Assembly and running for New York City Public Advocate.
Hoboken Mulling Proposal That Would Outlaw City Elected Leaders Blocking People On Social MediaWith so much negativity on social media, it's natural to want to block the people who are nasty to you. But should elected leaders be able to do that?
Newark Closing In On Swift Completion Of Lead Water Service Line Replacement, A Feat The Feds Call RemarkableLead from the pipes was leaking into the water for years. Now, Newark city leaders say the worry is nearly over.
Road To Reopening: Gov. Cuomo Says Days Of No More Capacity Restrictions For Businesses Are Fast ApproachingWednesday, May 19. That's the day Gov. Andrew Cuomo says capacity restrictions for most types of businesses will be lifted in the state.
Sen. Schumer Calls On MTA To Restore 24-Hour Subway ServiceSubway ridership is the highest its been since the coronavirus pandemic began and there's a new push for the MTA to return to 24-hour subway service.
Woman Who Accused Mayoral Candidate Scott Stringer Of Groping Her Circulated Petitions To Nominate Democratic Front-Runner Andrew YangThe woman accusing New York City mayoral candidate Scott Stringer of sexually assaulting her circulated nominating petitions for one of his top opponents, CBS2's Marcia Kramer reports.
Congresswoman Malliotakis On Conversation With President Biden: 'I Urged Him To Go To The Border'CBS2's Chris Wragge speaks with the newly elected congresswoman to learn more about her conversation with the president and her own concerns for her district.
COVID Vaccine: Paterson, N.J. Starts Initiative To Get More Muslim Residents VaccinatedIn an effort to vaccinate 70% of it's population, Paterson is addressing COVID vaccine hesitancy amongst its Muslim population.
COVID Vaccine: Westchester County Starting Public Awareness Campaign Aimed At Hesitant Young PeopleGov. Andrew Cuomo said Thursday he wants as many young people ages 16 to 25 to get vaccinated as possible.
Healthy Terminals Act Signed Into Law In New Jersey, Providing Quality Health Care To Airport WorkersThe bill affects more than 10,000 employees, including baggage handlers, guards, cleaners, and food service workers, at Newark Liberty International Airport.
CBS News: Feds Execute Search Warrant At Rudy Giuliani's New York City HomeCBS2 has learned it was part of an ongoing investigation into Giuliani's dealings in Ukraine.
Report: Gov. Cuomo's Senior Aides Prevented Health Officials From Releasing Nursing Home Death Toll For MonthsThe full data on nursing home deaths wasn't released until late January of this year.