Teenage Brooklyn Chess Champion Hoping To Become First Black Female Chess MasterJessica won the Daniel Feinberg Success in Chess Award, which comes with a $40,000 college scholarship.
Teaneck, N.J. Names Street Corner For Dre Perrin, Barber Shop Owner Credited With Bringing Community Closer TogetherA New Jersey barber is all the buzz. He's being honored not just for his haircuts and styles, but for weaving his diverse community together.
5-Year-OId Queens Author Egypt Bush Tackles Coronavirus With Series Of Stories Featuring SuperheroesDuring the coronavirus pandemic we're all struggling to come up with constructive ways to spend time at home. Well, a 5-year-old from Queens decided to write a series of books.
Museum Of Chinese In America Celebrates 40th Anniversary With Major ComebackIn January, fire destroyed 70 Mulberry Street, the building that housed the museum's archives and artifacts. 
Spirit Day: Please Wear Purple To Help Take Stand Against Bullying Of LGBTQ YouthAccording to the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network, 7 out of 10 LGBTQ students experience harassment while at school and more than half of them report feeling unsafe.
Group Of Young Musicians Puts Together New PSA To Help Get Out The Vote For Upcoming ElectionThe election is two and a half weeks away, so the push is on to get out the vote. A group of young musicians is hoping their new PSA will help.
Bergen County Woman Hopes To Combat Bullying Through 'Hat Not Hate' CampaignShira Blumenthal started "Hat Not Hate" after getting bullied as a child.
Child Psychologist Tells Parents Not To Be Too Involved With Kids During Remote Classes, Says Helicopter Parenting May Cause More ProblemsWith so many children learning from home - and adults trying to adjust to this crazy time - helicopter parenting is becoming a problem in some families.
Chinatown Mural Project Aims To Drum Up Local Business With 'Instagrammable' ArtA community activist and a local artist are teaming up to bring the life back into Chinatown, which has felt like a ghost town during the pandemic.
Schools: The New Normal | Health Expert Says Hand Washing, Social Distancing Are Most Important Protocols During In-Person ClassesQuestions are being raised about how to keep children safe from COVID-19 as many return to school for in-person classes.
'Am I Dying?!' CBS2's Cindy Hsu Discusses Anxiety, COVID-19 Symptoms With Authors Dr. Marc Eisenberg And Dr. Christopher KellyAnxiety is high with the pandemic on everyone's mind. CBS2's Cindy Hsu had a virtual chat with authors and hosts of the podcast "Am I Dying?!" to find out what our symptoms really mean.