Two Men Shot And Killed In Crown Heights, Brooklyn On Another Night Of Gun Violence In New York CitySeparate investigations are underway Saturday morning after two people were shot and killed on another night of gun violence in New York City.
Man Shot In Face, Killed In Crown HeightsIt happened around 5:30 p.m. Friday near President Street and Rogers Avenue in Crown Heights.
Police Release New Video Of Suspect In Deadly Crown Heights ShootingSix people were shot early Wednesday morning near the corner of President Street and Franklin Avenue.
Gunmen Open Fire On Crowd Outside Crown Heights Apartment Building; 1 Dead, 5 WoundedPolice said a large crowd was gathered outside an apartment building by the corner of President Street and Franklin Avenue around 2:15 a.m.
Demanding An End To Gun Violence, Protesters March In Crown HeightsResidents in one Brooklyn community are saying enough is enough when it comes to the troubling increase in shootings.
NYPD: Gun Violence Continues As 21-Year-Old Man Shot And Killed In Crown HeightsWitnesses said the victim was getting dropped off by a ride-share when he was shot. He then tried to run and was shot again.
Reimagining Education: Preschools Worry They Cannot Reopen Without Government FundingIn April, the city Health Department mandated a shutdown of all independent, education-based childcare centers and preschools.
NYPD: 1 Dead In Police-Involved Shooting In Crown HeightsThe NYPD said officers shot an armed man while responding to a call of shots fired in Crown Heights.
Young COVID-19 Survivor Told She Wasn't 'Sick Enough' During Coronavirus StruggleCBS2's Cindy Hsu recently spoke a woman from Brooklyn who is dedicated to educating children, and now wants to make sure we're all educated about coronavirus.
NYPD: Suspect In Shocking March Attack On 15-Year-Old Brooklyn Girl Gunned DownTyquan Howard, 16, was found in front of 1550 Sterling Place in Crown Heights just after 1 p.m. with a gunshot wound to the abdomen.
Coronavirus Deaths: Federal Government Stepping In To Track Nursing Home DeathsCalling nursing homes ground zero of the coronavirus crisis, federal officials said Monday they plan to start tracking and publicly sharing information on infections and deaths in such facilities.