New Jersey Business Owner Discusses Decision To Close For Good, Workers Prepare For UnemploymentAnalysts said the country's latest jobs report was better than expected, but still cause for concern.
Nassau County Police Investigating Deadly Freeport Creek Boat Crash; 1 Dead, 6 InjuredJorge Soto joined friends for a day of boating, but was killed when the boat he was on was ripped in two.
Exclusive: Woman Brutally Attacked While Trying To Film Couple Assaulting Passenger On Queens Subway TrainThe suspects were last seen running away from the Queensboro Plaza station.
Parents Express Uncertainty, Confusion Over New York City's Schools Reopening Plan: 'What Do I Do?'"I don’t see enough information for me to make a decision yet," parent Wilson Polanco, Sr. said.
New Yorkers At Risk Of Losing Unemployment Benefits Find Alternatives To Make Ends MeetA number of struggling New Yorkers are adjusting to changing financial realities with rising unemployment and a worsening economy
Homeless Individuals Moved Out Of Hell's Kitchen Hotel That Took Them In During Peak Of COVID-19 PandemicCBS2 learned from the city that the Project Renewal clients who left the Washington Jefferson Hotel are being housed in facilities uptown.
Families Pack NYC Pools Over Opening Weekend As Tri-State Area Faces Another Possible Heat WaveAs temperatures go up, so too will the number of people seeking relief from the heat, but in the age of the coronavirus, there are new rules.
Exclusive: Community Activists Work With NYPD On New Initiative To Confront Rising Crime In Chelsea, Hell's KitchenThe initiative started Monday.
MTA Warns Of 'Doomsday Scenario' Of Deep Service Cuts If Feds Don't Send Financial HelpThe agency warns riders and employees that without big help from the federal government, they may have to brace for workforce reductions, service cuts, more stalled improvements and higher tolls.
NYPD Officers Thankful For Show Of Support During Sunday Pro-Police Parade In Forest HillsA convoy of cars hit the streets in Queens on Sunday. The event was a show of support for police.
New York City Agencies, Residents Brace For First Heat Wave Of The YearStarting Sunday, 160 cooling centers citywide will open.