Hispanic Heritage Month: Communities Come Together To Support Latino-Owned Businesses Struggling To Keep Up In PandemicFinancial experts project half of Hispanic and Black-owned businesses in the U.S. will close before the pandemic is over.
Brooklyn Theater Teacher Uses Improv To Bring NYPD, Community TogetherCBS2's Christina Fan takes you inside the story of a program created to have officers and community members go through an improv class together learning from each other.
Hispanic Heritage Month Gets Underway With Special Focus On RepresentationIt recognizes the contributions and cultures of Americans with origins in Mexico, Central and Southern America, the Caribbean and Spain.
'We Made A Promise To Those People 19 Years Ago That We Would Not Forget': NJ's Cedar Grove High School Honors Victims Of 9/11No matter rain or shine or global pandemic, every year at Cedar Grove High School, students meticulously place 2,977 flag in honor of the lives lost on September 11.
Schools: The New Normal | Parents Work To Keep Kids Focused While Virtually LearningAs thousands of students head back to school virtually this month, teachers and parents are grappling with how to keep kids focused and engaged.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy Proposes 'Baby Bonds' Plan For Families Making Less Than $131,000 AnnuallyThe bond would benefit three out of every four children born in New Jersey.
Bodega Owners Say NYPD's Response To Increase In Robberies Is LackingBodega and deli owners in the city told CBS2 crime has never before been this out of hand.
Weekend Wave Of Gun Violence In New York City Continues: Men Fatally Shot In Brooklyn, Queens, NYPD SaysNew York City's deadly and violent weekend continued Sunday morning when police said at least 12 more people were shot since late Saturday night.
More Subway Trains Vandalized On 7 Line Overnight, MTA Says As Investigation Into Window Smashing Crime Spree ContinuesMore than 400 windows have been smashed in recent months, especially on the 7, 2, and 3 subway lines.
Search On For Suspect Who Slashed Livery Cab Driver In The FaceRaymond Adjetey is a medical student who was working as a cabbie on August 5 when he was attacked.
Mayor De Blasio Hits Pause On Gyms Reopening After Gov. Cuomo Gives The Green LightSome owners are asking the mayor and governor to allow them to open now and give them more time to fulfill the mandatory health inspection.
NYPD Investigating Dozens Of Shootings During What Was An Extremely Violent WeekendFear is growing in neighborhoods across New York City as gun violence climbs.
Burglars Pull Off Daring ATM Heist At East Village Deli, Cause $10,000 In Damage, Store Owner SaysAuthorities said the criminals pulled the machine from a wall, leaving behind thousands of dollars in damage.
Bystander Dies After Getting Caught In Crossfire At Brooklyn Park; 'Get The Guns Off The Street', Victim's Wife SaysPolice said Christopher Ross, 53, was on the handball court at Lincoln Terrace Park in Crown Heights when he was shot in the head and died.
Thousands Still Without Power Across Tri-State; Con Edison Makes Significant Progress In NYC, WestchesterCon Edison was optimistic most customers in New York City would have power restored by 11 p.m. on Sunday.