Protests Continue For 15th Consecutive Day, Demonstrators Say There's Still A Long Way To Go"We're in New York City, we pay three different taxes and we have to police the police. We're paying people to beat us up. That's not fair," one protester said.
Some Protesters Feeling Optimistic, Celebrating Wins As Demonstrations Continue For 14th Consecutive DayDemonstrators say they're feeling more optimistic this week because it seems their voices are starting to be heard.
George Floyd Protest Takes Masses Across Brooklyn Bridge And Culminates With Rally At City HallAs George Floyd was laid to rest in Houston on Tuesday, protesters in New York City marched for the 13th consecutive day.
Peaceful Demonstrations Held In Manhattan And Brooklyn On 12th Day Of George Floyd Protests In NYCAs it has been for the past week in the city, thousand of people were marching Monday in George Floyd demonstrations that were peaceful, united, and emotional.
Protesters Pay Tribute To Breonna Taylor While Demonstrations Continue For Ninth Day In NYCFriday was the most peaceful night we've seen in the city all week, CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
'All We Want Is Change And Our People To Stop Dying': Thousands March Through NYC For Eighth Day Of Protests Against Police BrutalityThe 8 p.m. curfew came and went once again with many continuing to march in peaceful defiance.
Thousands March Through NYC For Seventh Day Of Protests Over George Floyd's Death, Police BrutalitySome protesters say they have no intention of stopping until they see tangible change.
Thousands March Peacefully In New York City, But Many Ignore 8 p.m. CurfewOnce the curfew started, the NYPD was on the lookout for specific groups of younger people that have been taking away from the spirit of the Floyd protests.
Reports: Several Business Vandalized, Looted In Advance Of New York City's CurfewIt was another night of mayhem on the streets of the Big Apple.
Dozens Arrested, Officers Injured As Another Round Of Protests Over George Floyd's Death Takes Place In Manhattan, BrooklynProtesters shut down traffic in Lower Manhattan, despite hundreds of NYPD officers trying to keep them on the sidewalks.
At Least 40 Arrests Made At Union Square Protest Over George Floyd's DeathCharges include assault of a police officer, criminal possession of a weapon and civil disobedience.
Trees Crashes Down Onto Group Of Friends In Riverside Park, 4 InjuredThe four victims were taken to Saint Luke's Hospital, where they're being treated for head and arm injuries.
Family Urges UConn Murder Suspect Peter Manfredonia To Turn Himself InA lawyer for the suspect’s family says 23-year-old Peter Manfredonia has a history of mental illness, and they’re pleading for him to surrender.
N.Y. Senator Sponsoring Bill That Would Allow Takeout Liquor For 2 Years After Coronavirus Pandemic EndsWhile New York has been on pause, the state liquor laws have been temporarily changed, allowing restaurants and bars to sell liquor for takeout and delivery.
Study Finds Low-Income Communities Hit Hard By COVID-19 Are Also Suffering FinanciallyThe study found while more than half the jobs in those hard-hit industries are physically located in Manhattan, more than 80% of their workers live in the other four boroughs.