NJ Transit Full Service Returns, But Some Passengers Don't Follow Mask-Wearing DirectiveAs full service begins again on trains and buses, NJ Transit is beginning to deal with riders who aren't wearing masks or face coverings.
NYPD: 37 Shootings, 56 Victims Over Violent July 4th WeekendGun violence continues to grip the city. Dozens of people were shot over the July 4 holiday weekend.
Social Distancing, Mask Rules In Effect For Beachgoers Eager To Celebrate July 4th In New York, New JerseyLots of folks were taking advantage of the good weather at Asbury Park in New Jersey.
NYPD Reports Big Spike In Shootings, Including 17 On Saturday AloneAccording to the NYPD, there were 57 shooting incidents in the past week and 79 gunshot victims, increasing the totals this year to 503 and 605, respectively.
Multiple Weekend Shootings Continue Citywide Spike In Gun ViolenceCommissioner Dermot Shea says the amount of people shot so far this year has jumped 42% compared to the same period last year.
'She Died A Hero': Man Injured In Flatiron District Shooting Says Woman Who Was Killed Pushed Him Out Of The WayThe NYPD says she was shot in the chest just after midnight Friday near the corner of East 26th Street and Fifth Avenue, which is close to Madison Square Park.
Some Tri-State Area Residents Say They Feel Safe In Crowds Even As Coronavirus Cases Surge In Other StatesGov. Andrew Cuomo said Friday that he is reaching out to states with high infection rates to offer assistance.
Exclusive: Parents Recount Horrifying Encounter With Man Accused Of Trying To Abduct Children From Queens HomeSurveillance video shows an intruder walking right into the Flushing, Queens, home while the children were sleeping.
NYPD Internal Affairs Launches Probe After Video Of Arrest Shows Officer Possibly Using Illegal ChokeholdAn arrest in Queens is causing outrage.
At Least 19 Injured In Over A Dozen Shootings Across NYC In 24 HoursSix shootings happened in the Bronx, and four took place in Brooklyn. There were two more in Queens and one in Manhattan.
NY-Bred Tiz The Law Wins Barren Belmont StakesTiz the Law gave New York a hometown champion in its first major sporting event since the coronavirus pandemic seized the area.
As Country Celebrates Juneteenth, Protesters Hit The Streets For 23rd Day To Demand Change"The end of slavery happened when? In the 1800s, but we’re still out here in 2020. There’s a lot of work to do," one protester said.
New Jersey Enters Phase 2: Restaurants Allowed To Reopen For Outdoor DiningRestaurants can begin outdoor dining Monday, and non-essential retail stores can allow customers inside.
Woman Talks To CBS2 About Being Purposely Coughed On By Customer Inside Astoria Bagel StoreA woman seen on video getting coughed on inside a Queens coffee shop last Saturday has filed a report with NYPD.
NYC Officials Expect More Outrage At Protests After Deadly Police-Involved Shooting In AtlantaThe fight for change continued for a third straight week as thousands of demonstrators hit New York City streets.