Only On 2: Drivers Frustrated By Parking 'App-Palooza' Across Westchester CountyWestchester drivers who want the convenience of paying for parking with a smartphone app face the irritating task of downloading numerous apps to park in different parts of the county.
Exclusive: CBS2 Rides Along For NYPD's Chico Gang Takedown In HarlemThe NYPD has arrested 13 alleged gang members believed to be responsible for at least 20 shootings, and some of their victims are innocent bystanders.
Family Of CBS2 Reporter Nina Kapur Takes Legal Action Against Driver, Revel And New York City For Fatal Moped AccidentNina's uncle spoke with CBS2 on behalf of her parents. They are still too emotionally broken to express their pain, but are sending a powerful message through the legal system.
Exclusive: Brooklyn Residents Say Video Proves Sanitation Workers Issued False Tickets For Garbage On SidewalksThere's a situation in Brooklyn that some homeowners say doesn't smell right.
Caught On Video: Man Punches 82-Year-Old, Steals His Cane Inside Lower East Side BodegaSurveillance video shows the suspect raise his fist before striking 82-year-old Bernard Serlen and running off with his cane.
Exclusive: Whistleblower Alleges Queens Company Ordered Health Clinic Workers To Over Dilute Doses Of COVID VaccineA whistleblower has accused a company in New York City of administering over-diluted doses of COVID-19 vaccine.
Exclusive: New NYPD Chief Of Detectives James Essig Says Department Needs Help From Communities To Tackle Gun ViolenceThe NYPD says combating gun violence is a central focus as violent crime continues to rise citywide.
Only On 2: Hundreds Of NYCHA Apartments Undergoing Renovations To Change Stigma Of Affordable HousingMany public housing tenants have been plagued by rundown kitchens and bathrooms, mold, broken light fixtures, old flooring and peeling paint on ceilings and walls.
Exclusive: Newark Joins Other Major Cities To Establish First National Association Of Community-Based Violence Prevention ProgramsIn collaboration with cities like Chicago, Oakland and Los Angeles, Newark is making a push to change how communities are policed.
Students Send Letters Of Appreciation To ICU Nurse Sandra Lindsay, Who Was First In US To Receive COVID VaccineThe story of a nurse in Queens, who became the first person in the country to get the COVID vaccine, resonated with a group of students several states away.
Exclusive: CBS2 Goes Behind The Scenes At Queens Cannabis Dispensary As Medical Marijuana Use Increases During PandemicMedical cannabis dispensaries are preparing for the legalization of recreational marijuana for adults in New Jersey, and likely New York, too.
Demanding Answers: Homeowners In Roslyn In Tree Fight With PSEG Long Island Over High Voltage WiresFamilies say PSEG Long Island is responsible for maintaining safe easements in their back yards.
Exclusive: Nearly $800k Worth Of Food May Land In The Garbage Because Department Of Education Has No Plans For ItNearly $800,000 worth of food warehoused by the Department of Education when schools were closed could end up in the garbage because it will expire before the fall.
EXCLUSIVE: CBS2 Obtains Breakdown Of NYPD's Social Distancing EnforcementCBS2 is getting a first look that NYPD's actual record of enforcing social distancing amid emotional charges that communities of color have been unfairly targeted.
Exclusive: Intruder Breaks Into N.J. Home, Terrifying Mom And Her 2 DaughtersThe eerie home video is every homeowner's worst nightmare.