Volunteers Band Together To Keep Community Safe With Racist Attacks Against Asian Americans On The RiseThere's been a rise in hate crimes against Asian Americans since the start of the coronavirus pandemic
Chinatown Community Organizes Neighborhood Cleanup To Keep Streets Clean For Curbside DiningChinatown has always been a hot spot for tourists and great food, but many have stopped coming to the area since December, when COVID-19 hit overseas. Now, the community is getting down and dirty to clean the streets.
Dramatic Video Shows NJ Transit Police Officers Revive Unresponsive Newborn At Newark Penn StationNJ Transit Police released body camera footage of the incident, which took place at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Newark Penn Station.
Governor Phil Murphy Unveils $115 Million Plan To Close Digital Divide For N.J. StudentsNew Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced a $115 million plan to address technological and digital disadvantages for students across New Jersey.
Long Island Man Helping Minorities Fight Stigma That Comes With Discussions About Mental HealthLong Island native and author Mike Veny is hoping his book, Transforming Stigma, will help change the way Black Americans view mental health and asking for help.
Experts Say Parents Should Be Mindful Of Stresses Kids May Face Getting Back To Normal After Months Of Social DistancingExperts say kids may experience separation anxiety and stress about school. They say older students could be dealing with, "FOMO," the fear of missing out.
Hacksensack Family Celebrates Multiple Graduations In COVID-19 WorldA Hackensack family had four member graduate this spring, but didn't get to have any big parties or ceremonies because of COVID-19.
International Students Dealing With Possibility Of Being Forced To Leave The Country If College Classes Go VirtualInternational college students are in limbo as they wait to see if their colleges will hold in-person classes and give them the opportunity to remain in the United States.
As NYPD Mulls Budget Cuts, 100 Families In Far Rockaway Hope A Youth Mentorship Program Will Be SparedAs the NYPD decides how to cut more than a billion dollars in spending, there are more than 100 families and police officers in Far Rockaway, Queens who are hoping their mentorship program is not in danger.
New York's Takeout Cocktail Law Extended For Third Time, Bringing Relief For Restaurant And Bar Owners"Takeout alcohol in conjunction with the delivery and outdoor seating, we’re getting about, I'd say about 20 percent of our business back," one restaurant owner said.
Eastchester Officials, Residents Stress Swimming Safety Guidelines During COVID-19 PandemicWith summer temperatures arriving, pools are quickly becoming a needed outlet for families who have been stuck indoors. But, families need to keep safety in mind.
Families Find Ways To Celebrate Memories Of Dad On Father's DayWhile Father's Day is a celebration for many, there are also families who have lost fathers. CBS2's Cindy Hsu reports on how those families are coping.
10-Year-Old Chef Shares Meals For Father's Day: 'Just Spending Time Is The Best Thing'Matthew Smith is only 10 year old and he is already a master chef, who has several tips for a great Father's Day for your dad.
Coronavirus Memoriam: Remembering 100-Year-Old World War II Veteran Frank Bua Of Long IslandReporter Cindy Hsu shares the story of a Long Island war veteran who leaves behind an incredible legacy.
Coronavirus Memoriam: Rosemarie Mancino Poured Everything Into Her Friends And FamilyCBS2 is continuing to pay tribute to those we've lost due to COVID-19.