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.
CBS2 Exclusive: Victim Warns Other Drivers About 'Your Car Is Smoking' ScamIt can be an easy trap to fall into, even for drivers who swear they know better.
Exclusive: Family Angry With NYPD Response To Hit-And-Run IncidentTears streamed down the face of Akshita Bangay, who knows how lucky she is to even be alive after what happened on Sept. 15 around 6:30 p.m.
CBS2 Exclusive: An Inside Look At Harlem NYPD Homeless Outreach ProgramCritics say the de Blasio administration has struggled to respond. CBS2's Tony Aiello took an exclusive look at a new NYPD outreach program in Harlem aimed at a more personal approach to the problem.
CBS2 Exclusive: Man Talks About Crashing Motorcycle, Flying Into Passaic RiverJason Montoni, 29, was riding his motorcycle home from work on Route 3 in Rutherford at 7 p.m. when police said a car in front of him swerved and then hit him.
EXCLUSIVE: Woman Seeks Dog -- And Owner -- In Brutal Killing Of Her DogA routine trip to walk the dog turned into a nightmare for a Brooklyn woman. On Monday she tracked down surveillance video, showing the savage attack on her dog by another dog whose owner did nothing to help.
EXCLUSIVE: Conn. H.S. Coach Says He Was Fired Over Racy Movie RoleThe popular 6-foot-4 former basketball coach at Weston High School is now weeks into a battle to regain his old position after being forced out over a decade-old film he appeared in.