Schools: The New Normal | Brooklyn School For Teens At Risk Of Not Graduating Struggling To Connect To Students Through Remote LearningA school reliant on human connection is now limited by internet connectivity.
New Yorkers March Again To Protest Grand Jury Decision In Breonna Taylor Case: 'Our Lives Are Worth Something, Too'Many say they're filled with exhaustion from watching injustice repeat, but they're not giving up.
Thousands Across NYC Protest Outcome Of Breonna Taylor CaseProtesters marched for at least four hours Wednesday night, and many told CBS2's Ali Bauman they were angry and exhausted from watching injustices repeat.
Father Struck By Bullet While Shielding 3 Children From Gunfire In Bronx Car DealershipAccording to police, the three masked suspects ambushed the dealership, firing wildly at their intended target, who was inside, and then stole a customer's car outside the dealership to escape.
NYPD Officer Baimadajie Angwang Arrested For Allegedly Acting As Agent Of Chinese GovernmentAccording to prosecutors, Baimadajie Angwang, 33, was in regular contact with a member of the Chinese consulate, who authorities allege was his "handler."
Remote Learning A Struggle For Many NYC School Kids, But It's Even More Problematic For Homeless StudentsFor the thousands of children living in homeless shelters, internet service is unreliable and child care is often nonexistent.
FDNY Rescues 2 Workers Trapped On Upper West Side ScaffoldingThere was a heroic rescue on the Upper West Side on Tuesday afternoon, after a man and a woman got trapped on a window ledge when their scaffolding collapsed 10 stories up.
Greenwich Village Shop Trying To Keep Music Alive As Pandemic Continues Taking A Toll On BusinessesOne way shop owner Jeff Slatnick been able to pay the bills since reopening is by restoring people's old instruments that were collecting dust in their apartments.
Business Leaders Beg De Blasio To Take Action On Quality Of Life In NYC: 'There Is Widespread Anxiety Over Public Safety'They wrote people "will be slow to return unless their concerns about security and livability of our communities are addressed quickly."
'They're Shooting To Make A Name': CBS2 Rides Along With Top NYPD Detectives Combating Gang Violence In BrooklynThe tight geography of gang territories creates tension, which has a ripple effect citywide.
Exclusive: Inside The NYPD's Brooklyn North Violent Crimes Task Force As It Takes On The Spike In Gun ViolenceThe Violent Crimes squad is tasked with investigating gang violence and gang-motivated shootings.
Schools: The New Normal | CBS2 Gets Look At Safety Measures At Elementary School In Wayne, N.J.Several kids posed for pictures outside the school to capture the first day, which looked much different this year with kids wearing masks.
Schools: The New Normal | Long Island Students Set To Begin New Year Filled With All Kinds Of Safety MeasuresThe end of Labor Day Weekend means the start of the school year for many families on Long Island.
WATCH: Hundreds Of Young People Party In Washington Square Park, Many Not Practicing Coronavirus SafetyHealth officials are warning our behavior this Labor Day Weekend could impact how the coronavirus spreads for the coming months.
Coney Island Anti-Violence Collaborative Says Outreach Has Contributed To Decrease In Shootings Amid Citywide Spike In Gun ViolenceThe 60th Precinct has seen a 36% decrease in shootings this year, an anomaly in southern Brooklyn, where there's been a 340% increase.