Push For COVID Vaccinations Grows As Cases Climb AgainSome Biden administration health officials increasingly think vulnerable populations may need booster shots.
Infant Girl, Mother Injured When Car Crashes Into Yonkers StoreAs the car slammed through a storefront, the mother and her 8-month-old girl were violently pushed from the street and into the shop.
New York City Skyscrapers Going To High-Tech Lengths To Reduce Carbon EmissionsThey're lowering carbon emissions, while saving money in the process. 
Gov. Murphy Signs Law He Says Is Game Changer For New Jersey Small Businesses Impacted By COVIDOne hundred thirty five million dollars in federal funds will be available for those eligible. 
Yale University Study: NYC Has Saved Thousands Of Lives, Prevented Quarter Million Cases With COVID Vaccine RolloutAs coronavirus cases rise across the country, New York City officials are continuing the push to get more people vaccinated.
Advocates Rally Against NYC's Decision To Move Thousands Of Homeless Individuals From Hotels To SheltersJust as the city ramped up moving some 8,000 homeless people out of the hotels, a lawsuit brought by the Legal Aid Society brought the process to a standstill.
Brooklyn Mother Recovering After Being Shot In Face Inside ApartmentInvestigators say a bullet entered through an open apartment window and struck the face of the 32-year-old mom of three.
With Javits Closing, Where Does NYC Stand With COVID Vaccine And Variants?Mayor de Blasio says the way to get more vaccinations in to the arms of New Yorkers is to focus on in-home vaccinations, mobile units, pharmacies, doctor's offices and pop-up sites.
'They Had No Business Being There': Devastated Mother Speaks Out After 9-Year-Old Daughter Dies At Staten Island ReservoirSamara Mitchell’s daughter Kyemani died Tuesday afternoon in Staten Island’s Silver Lake Reservoir. A longtime family friend brought the group of kids here.
Victim In Brutal Late-June Attack In Chelsea Speaks Exclusively To CBS2: 'I Fought It As Well As I Could'Investigators say it was a crime of opportunity by a man the two women did not know. He went for a bag, but they weren't giving it up.
Tri-State Area Residents, Tourists Try To Make The Best Of A Soggy Start To The Fourth Of July WeekendAt Coney Island, lifeguards were in chairs, but no one was at the beach.