U.S. Sets Single-Day Record With Over 83,000 New Coronavirus InfectionsThere are new signs that the nation's monthslong battle against the coronavirus is moving in a dangerous direction.
Bronx School Shifts To Remote Learning After Confirmed COVID Cases, While NYC Education Officials Say 100 Schools Ready To Reopen MondayAs some New York City schools in COVID-19 hot spots are about to reopen, a school in the Bronx is forced to close.
U.S. Reports Over 71,000 New Coronavirus Cases In One Day, Highest Since JulyMore than 71,600 new coronavirus cases were recorded in the U.S. on Thursday, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.
Population Booming In Connecticut As More People Relocate During PandemicA national survey ranked home sales in the Hartford metro area as the third highest in the country.
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
New York City Council Members Demand Student Attendance Records From Education Officials; 'This Is Not A Game'There were many questions, few answers and a whole lot of frustration at a New York City Council hearing.
Food Banks In Growing Need Of Donations As New Families Experience Food Insecurity During PandemicA growing number of families in the Tri-State Area are relying on food banks because of the coronavirus pandemic. Some are experiencing food insecurity for the first time.
Opening Day For Movie Theaters In New York - Except For The Big AppleAfter a seven month sour patch, it's a sweet day for New York moviegoers happy to have things popping once more at the multiplex. 
Sen. Booker, Rep. Gottheimer Announce Proposal To Protect Nursing Homes From Second Wave Of COVID-19The Nursing Home Pandemic Protection Act would require facilities to report potential outbreaks the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in real time and have a crisis plan in place.
Surging Coronavirus Cases Prompt Boonton, N.J. Schools To Go VirtualAs coronavirus numbers continue to rise in New Jersey, a Morris County school district was forced to make a tough decision Thursday.
In Year Of Unparalleled Anxiety, Experts Tell CBS2 No One Immune To Mental Health Struggles2020 will be remembered as a year marred by the coronavirus pandemic - the death toll, the shutdowns and job losses - but, perhaps most of all, for anxiety and fear.