No Laughing Matter: Comedy Club Owners Annoyed They're Still Not Allowed To Reopen, Lawmakers Push 2 New BillsComedy club owners were set to hold a rally Tuesday with straight faces, asking why they're still closed?
U.S. Surpasses 200,000 Coronavirus Deaths 8 Months After First Reported CaseThe United States has surpassed 200,000 deaths from the coronavirus pandemic, according to Johns Hopkins University, just eight months after the first positive case was identified in a Washington traveler on January 21.
NYC Parents Weighing Remote Learning Options As More Positive Cases Reported In SchoolsA day after classes resumed for tens of thousands of New York City students, there are plenty of problems to address.
New Jersey Institute Of Technology Dorm Ordered To Quarantine After COVID-19 Found In SewageThe New Jersey Institute of Technology says a wastewater sample tested positive last week for Cypress Hall.
CDC: Trick-Or-Treating, Costume Parties Considered High-Risk This HalloweenFor Halloween, many traditional activities have been deemed "higher-risk" and should be avoided.
CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez Dispels Flu Shot Myths; Vaccine Critical To Prevent 'Twin-Demic' When Flu Overlaps With COVID-19Getting a flu shot is more important than ever this year, with the coronavirus pandemic still raging. Yet, misinformation about flu vaccines continues to spread.
Schools: The New Normal | New York City's Youngest Students Head Back To School, While Most Others Remain All-RemoteIt was supposed to be the first day of school for all students, but another delay was announced last week.
Youth Sports Eyed As Possible Source Of Spread Of COVID Cases In Middletown, N.J.Coronavirus cases are on the rise in one part of New Jersey.
CBS2 Learns Some Of The Heating Guidelines For Outdoor Dining In New York CityAndrew Rigie with the NYC Hospitality Alliance and New York City Councilman Justin Brannan told CBS2 they have been calling on City Hall for months to release outdoor heating guidance.
WATCH: President Trump Says There Will Be Enough COVID-19 Vaccine By AprilThe president's claim comes two days after he criticized CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield, who told Congress that a vaccine won't be widely available until next summer.
New York City Parents, Teachers Sound Off After In-Person Classes Postponed AgainThe mayor said the delay will help address a staffing shortage and to make sure buildings are safe, but some parents and teachers are not convinced.
Sen. Chuck Schumer Continues Call For $10 Billion Federal Stimulus To Support Theaters Hurt By PandemicBroadway shows closed March 12 due to the coronavirus pandemic. The shutdown is expected to last through January 3.
Without Help From Feds, Suffolk County Executive Bellone Warns Of Massive Cuts To Education, Police Department, MoreWithout federal disaster relief now, cuts, layoffs and furloughs could begin in January, Bellone warned.
New Report Says COVID Pandemic Is 'The Largest Mass Fatality Incident In Modern New York City History'The report from the mayor's office also said the number of deaths in the city skyrocketed in the last year, with more than 65,000 deaths reported in fiscal year 2020.
Longwood High School Closed Friday After Student Tests Positive For COVID-19Most other schools in the district will remain open, except for Charles E. Walters Elementary School.