Staten Island Funeral Home Director A 'Godsend' For Families When New York's Coronavirus Death Toll SkyrocketedThe coronavirus pandemic has highlighted so many everyday heroes - doctors, nurses and first responders to name a few. Funeral directors have also risen to the occasion during this incredibly trying time
Coronavirus Progress: Owners Of 122-Year-Old Movie Theater On Long Island Excited To Finally Be Allowed To ReopenMovie theaters in most of New York state can finally reopen Friday, with restrictions.
Reforms Coming To Suffolk County Police Department After Independent Study Finds Bias In Traffic StopsThe Suffolk County Police Department admits its traffic stops are biased.
Small Property Owners, Landlords Beg NYC For Tax Relief While Struggling To Pay BillsMany small mom-and-pop property owners are barely scraping by with enough money to make building repairs or pay property taxes, which help fund the city.
COVID's Toll On The Elderly: Many Are Left Homebound And IsolatedThe coronavirus pandemic has taken a huge toll on the elderly, and not just those who suffered or died from COVID.
U.S. Attorney, NYPD, FBI, Other Agencies Combining Efforts To Thwart Gun Violence In New York CityThe federal government is ramping up efforts to prosecute gun crimes in New York City.
State Comptroller DiNapoli Urges Federal Government To Provide Emergency Funding To Struggling MTAAnother dire warning has been issued about the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's finances.
COVID Clusters In NYC: Churches, Small Businesses Hit Particularly Hard By Shutdown, Depending On ZoneThe COVID-19 shutdown plan is getting a lot of pushback from other New Yorkers, especially churches and businesses.
Catholic School Parents, Students Protest Decision To Shut Down Schools In Coronavirus Hot SpotsThe superintendent of schools for the Diocese of Brooklyn called the move "unconscionable" at a rally outside Good Shepherd Catholic Academy.
Queens Residents Fed Up With Tree Stumps, Downed Wires Lingering Since August Storm Turn To CBS2 For AnswersHomeowners said they got nowhere with the city in trying to get tree stumps removed and sidewalks fixed after a storm in August.
Seagram's Heir Clare Bronfman Sentenced To Nearly 7 Years Behind Bars In NXIVM Sex Cult CaseBronfman plead guilty last year, saying she harbored someone who was living in the U.S. illegally for unpaid “labor and services” and she committed credit card fraud on behalf of Raniere.
Police: 82-Year-Old Woman Suffers Critical Injuries After Being Struck By A Revel Scooter In ManhattanA food truck worker who saw the aftermath of the accident told CBS2 it was a very sad scene.
Man Wounded In Bronx Car Dealership Shooting Relieved His Young Sons Were Not Injured: 'I Thank The Man Upstairs'It was like a scene from the Wild West. Video shows a gunman open fire and shatter a glass door.
Bronx Man Charged After 3-Year-Old Jaylynn Evans Dies In His Care; Grandmother Pleads: 'I Just Need To Know What Happened'Sources say Anthony Richardson failed to call 911 and passed several closer hospitals between the Bronx and Queens.
Queens Boulevard Construction Goes Underground To Save Time And EyesoreDriving along Queens Boulevard, you'll notice the construction work on the side of the bus roadway, but you'll likely have no idea what's going on right below you.